Omni ID Discounts for LP EXPRESS 24 Users

Oct 31, 2013

Starting from tomorrow, the holders of Omni ID cards will receive discounts for postage for their items sent via the self-service parcel terminals LP EXPRESS 24. The special discount of 12% will be granted to all holders of gold, silver, or bronze cards.

Domas Sabaitis, director of the company Baltic Post running the network of LP EXPRESS 24 terminals, said:

“We are constantly looking for solutions enabling to offer our customers not only the most convenient way of delivery, but the best service price as well. We are glad to be the first to give our customers a postage discount.”

“We are glad that Omnitel customers will receive more value with one of the leading courier companies having become a partner of Omni ID,” Darius Maikštėnas, vice president for marketing and services at Omnitel, said.

The holders of Omni ID cards can receive the discount after having registered on the website of LP EXPRESS at Using online tools, customers can also create shipping labels and pay for posting.

Once connected to the Internet site on, the visitor must choose the destination city and the box size (S, M, L, or XL), then enter the addressee’s contact details. After completing these actions, one should enter the number of OMNI ID card into the special field and pay the postage.

It should be noted that only those items bearing the label generated and postage paid online (not at the terminal) are subject to the Omni ID discount.

To post the item via the terminal, it must bear the item label printed at home or at the terminal. The respective doors of the terminal will open automatically when the item barcode is scanned at the terminal.

LP EXPRESS is the only in the country offering such a wide choice of delivery options. Items can be posted at any post office of AB Lietuvos paštas out of more than 700, via LP EXPRESS couriers, or the self-service parcel terminals LP EXPRESS 24 operational 24/7. Presently, 71 LP EXPRESS 24 terminals are operational in 41 cities and towns making the widest network of self-service parcel terminals in the country.