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I am expecting to receive a package. Can I request a Delivery Intercept before delivery is attempted the first time?

No. As the consignee (receiver), you cannot request that UPS reroute your package until one delivery attempt is made to the original shipping address. After the first attempt, you can change the delivery address using UPS.com and the InfoNotice number on the yellow UPS InfoNotice®, which your UPS driver will leave behind.

To receive your shipment on the first delivery attempt, track the shipment and leave a note for the driver on the scheduled delivery day. The note can instruct the driver to either leave the shipment, or, if a signature is required, deliver it to a nearby neighbor who is home during the day. Another option is to have shipments sent to an address where someone is available during the day.

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