I don’t have a printer

To send a parcel with Sendle, you’ll need to print a physical label to stick onto the parcel. This is so it can be scanned by the driver who’s picking it up.

If you don’t have access to a printer at home, we have a workaround for you: 

  • Use the printer at your office
  • Get it printed at the library
  • Print it at the local office supply store or printers’ shop
  • Ask a friend to borrow their printer

If you have placed an order and can’t print the label in time for pickup, you can cancel and rebook it for when you know you have a backup printer sorted. No biggie.


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