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Premium is awesome you can request what time your packages are delivered and get surepost upgrades!
Get FREE UPS My Choice PREMIUM Membership -Become a Member Get delivery that fits your life! Get alerts before packages arrive, Electronically authorize packages for drop-of, re-route to other locations and many other options.
How to Get 2 months premium!
- After you log in or sign up…. click here.
- click ‘Upgrade to Premium’ for the address you wish to upgrade
- Complete form and enter promotion code CTJTO3DX6 in the space provided, then click ‘Apply’
- Your 2 month My Choice Premium membership will be Free
Be sure to turn off auto renew after you sign up (if you have a payment method on file and do not wish to continue after your free membership period expires).
Premium membership normally costs $40/year and benefits include:
- Unlimited free UPS SurePost upgrades to UPS Ground. SurePost are those packages that take forever to arrive because they are shipped via UPS and are then handed off to the post office. With this benefit they’ll arrive with UPS Ground every time.
- Two free 2-hour confirmed delivery window requests annually.
- Have packages delivered to another address or on another day.
- Sign for a package online when you won’t be home to sign in person.
- Send your packages to The UPS Store® or a UPS Access Point™ location for convenient pickup.
- Use the Set a Vacation feature to hold your packages at a UPS Access Point location up to seven days while you’re traveling. Or choose to have packages delivered to your home after vacations of up to 14 days.
To turn off auto renew:
- Click here and login to your account
- Under the ‘Addresses’ column, click ‘Update My Addresses’
- Select the subscribed address(es), then click ‘Edit’
- Under ‘Premium Membership Renewal’, uncheck the ‘I want UPS to automatically renew my Premium membership’ box, then click ‘Save Changes’