To get a package from a parcel locker you go to the location where the parcel locker is.
If the parcel locker is a USPS parcel locker you would get a key in your mail box to access the parcel locker.
If you have a post office box the parcel locker will be in the post office and the number of the parcel locker will be on the key chain.
Then take the key to the parcel locker and unlock it and remove your package then the key will stay in the parcel locker lock.
If it's another parcel locker then you go to the location where the package is and then the parcel locker will be there.
If you get your mail at a cluster box the parcel locker will be located within the cluster mailbox and will be larger than other mailboxes.
A key to the parcel locker will be left in your mailbox to access the parcel locker.
A full parcel locker can mean that your USPS parcel locker is full and you need to go to the post office and get your packages.
A parcel locker is a large box with other doors on it with a key to access your package.
If you have a post office box then a key will be put in your post office box that goes to the parcel locker.
You then take the key, unlock the parcel locker, remove your package and the key stays in the parcel locker lock.
If you get your mail at a cluster box then the parcel locker will be somewhere near the cluster box or within the cluster box which is a larger size box with a key lock.
A key for that parcel locker should be in your box.
A parcel locker is a secure container that lets mailers receive large packages.
Parcel lockers are perfect for packages that don't fit into standard mailboxes.
Parcel lockers are usually located in common spaces to which couriers and USPS postal workers have easy access.