If you're the sort of person who is forever missing deliveries, or can't be at the location where your parcels are getting delivered then this could be the news you've been waiting to here.
Online everything seller Amazon have joined forces with UK postal service Royal Mail to offer more delivery options for your purchased goods.
You will now have the option to send your parcel to one of Royal Mails 10,500 post office branches and then pick it up whenever suits you best.
This means there are now around 16,000 locations in Amazon's Pass My Parcel scheme which already includes a number of newsagents, Collect+ stores and Amazon lockers across the UK.
In order to get your parcel sent to a post office all you need to do is once you are at the Amazon's checkout page, choose the post office you want your parcel delivered too, and when you want to collect it make sure you have a valid form of ID with you.
Customers who are signed up fro Amazon Prime won't have to pay any extra for the service, but those who do not will have to pay first class shipping.
This is quite good news for customers as unsurprisingly Christmas is the online giant's busiest time of the year for orders and nobody wants to be waiting around in miserable postal or courier depots for their missed parcel.