Being at home for your deliveries doesn't always work out. We get it. That's why our UPS Access Point™ network includes independently owned and operated businesses that offer you a safe place to pick up your shipments--at your convenience.
Redirect your packages to your preferred UPS Access Point location before we make a first delivery attempt to your home with a UPS My Choice® Membership. You can even choose a default location to send your packages for free.
You can also ask your favorite retailers to include UPS Access Point locations as part of their shipping options, if they're not already. Once a retailer has incorporated our network into its delivery options, you can choose to ship to a location near you at checkout.
If you're expecting a package, but you've missed the first attempt at delivery, you have options.
The UPS InfoNotice® lets you know we tried but were unable to deliver your package.
Using your UPS InfoNotice, you can reschedule the delivery of your package. Just log into ups.com and enter your UPS InfoNotice number in the Tracking field on the ups.com home page or the Tracking page.
With either of these options, you can request one of the following:
Pick up your packages from secure and convenient local businesses that work with your schedule.Display the videoOpen the link in a new window
We've expanded our UPS Access Point® locations to make it easier for you to drop off pre-labled shipments or pick up your holiday packages.
Let The UPS Store experts help you with all your holiday packing and shipping needs.
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Send your packages to The UPS Store, one of our operating facilities, or other UPS Access Point locations.
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