Post Offices provide essential postal, social and financial services within local communities across the country.

Postal Services

Post Offices provide a full offering of postal services. They sell stamps and parcel postage with a lot of options to suit your needs including Standard, Registered, Courier and Express Post, as well as secure international postage services. We also have a Redirection service, MailMinder for when you are on holidays, PO boxes and Ceadúndas licences. For more information click here.

Social Services

Post Offices pay out Social Protection payments to 800,000 people every week. Customers can pay motor fines, TV licences and renew of their Passport. Users can purchase a wide array of gift cards (including One4All), top up their mobile phone or car toll tag or purchase Prize Bonds. For more information click here.

Financial Services

Customers can avail of BillPay for over 100 different types of household bills. Post Offices provide State savings (NTMA), local banking for AIB, Danske Bank and Ulster Bank customers, (Bank of Ireland services coming soon in some communities) insurance products (Post Insurance), life assurance, foreign exchange and Western Union money transfer. For more information click here.

Community Role

Though unquantifiable – it is widely acknowledged that using the Post Office helps people to manage their incomes and that an active Post Office has a positive influence on business in the community. Post Offices also provide a social centrepoint within their localities, contributing to community cohesion.