Which is correct:
"delivered to your place" or "delivered at your place"?

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delivered to your place

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English to indicate that something is being delivered to a specific location.

This phrase is used to indicate the action of delivering something to a particular place or location.

Examples:

  • The package will be delivered to your place tomorrow.
  • The food was delivered to your place within an hour.

Alternatives:

  • delivered to your address
  • delivered to your doorstep
  • delivered to your home
  • delivered to your location
  • delivered to your office

delivered at your place

This phrase is also correct and commonly used in English to indicate that something is being delivered at a specific location.

This phrase is used to indicate the action of delivering something at a particular place or location.

Examples:

  • The pizza will be delivered at your place at 7 p.m.
  • The furniture was delivered at your place last week.

Alternatives:

  • delivered at your address
  • delivered at your doorstep
  • delivered at your home
  • delivered at your location
  • delivered at your office
Both phrases are commonly used in English, but they may have slightly different nuances. 'Delivered to your place' implies the action of delivering something to a specific location, while 'delivered at your place' suggests the delivery occurs at the location specified. The choice between the two depends on the context and the emphasis you want to convey.

Last updated: March 20, 2024

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