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We’re accepting what3words so you can get faster, more reliable deliveries

Postcodes and street addresses often don’t lead couriers to the right place. If you live in an apartment block with multiple entrances or in the countryside, where postcodes cover large areas, you’ve probably had difficulties receiving deliveries to your address. That’s why we’re using what3words – so that couriers always know exactly where to deliver. Every 3 metre square has been given a unique combination of three words. Learn how to find your what3words address here.

How do I use what3words?

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    1. Place an order & head to check out.

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    2. Find your what3words address.
    Go to to find the precise delivery location.

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    3. When you reach checkout, add your what3words address by clicking the 'Enter Manually' option.


You may find that there are a few different what3words addresses for your home. You can decide to use whichever what3words address appeals to you most, for aesthetic or practical reasons. People will often choose a combination of words that they particularly like, or the address of the 3m x 3m square covering a specific useful point, e.g. the front door, side gate or parking space.

what3words is the easiest way to describe any precise location. It has divided the world into 3m squares and given each one a unique identifier made from three words. what3words can be used via the free mobile app and the online map at There’s also an API that developers can use to integrate what3words into their own apps and platforms. Some examples of how people use what3words are: telling friends exactly where to meet, easily entering a precise destination into a ride-hailing app, and giving their precise location over the phone to emergency services. Businesses in travel, mobility and logistics, as well as some emergency response teams, use what3words to operate more efficiently and provide a better service.

A what3words address works for ground level, just like a street address. Simply give the what3words address for the building entrance, then add the floor and flat or office information. For example, what3words HQ is at ///filled.count.soap on the third floor, Studio 301.

Around 75% of the world suffers from inconsistent, complicated, poor or no addressing systems. In total 4 billion people around the world don’t have an address. But even in the countries in the world where addressing works okay, it’s far from perfect. For example: there are eight different Lonsdale Roads around London, a lot of houses don’t have numbers, an address can’t tell you the correct entrance to a large building, and in unfamiliar countries the addressing can be difficult to understand. what3words is perfect for these situations, and for the frequent moments when you need to talk about somewhere that doesn’t actually have a street address.