Can You Use Amazon Gift Cards in New Zealand?

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If you’re wondering if you can use Amazon gift cards in New Zealand, the answer is yes!

Amazon allows customers from New Zealand to use their gift cards, as long as they have a valid payment method on file. Depending on the currency of your gift card, you will need to shop with either,, or Shipping costs to New Zealand can be high so it’s best to compare all options.

So whether you currently live in New Zealand or want to buy something from Amazon for a New Zealand friend, you can use your Amazon gift card without any problems.

Using an Amazon gift card from New Zealand for my Kindle book obsession

Editor note: I earn Amazon gift cards from apps like Swagbucks and Honey. For more ideas on NZ apps that can earn you gift cards and cash, check out our guide: 13 of the Best Money-Making Apps in New Zealand

Using an Amazon Gift Card from New Zealand

1. Amazon’s global reach

Amazon’s global reach is expanding every year. The online retailer ships to New Zealand and plans to add more countries in the future.

This is good news for shoppers around the world, who can enjoy the convenience of Amazon’s huge selection and fast shipping.

Amazon’s global reach is growing, and shoppers everywhere will benefit from the company’s expansion.

2. How to use Amazon gift cards in New Zealand

If you have an Amazon gift card that you want to use in New Zealand, there are a few key steps that you should follow.

First and foremost, you will need to create an account on Amazon, using your gift card as your payment method.

You can enter your gift card balance under Your Account – Gift Card Balance, and the credit will be stored there until you are ready to use it.

Next, you can browse the wide selection of products or search for specific items based on your needs.

Once you have found what you are looking for, simply add it to your cart and proceed through the checkout process as usual.

You may be asked for additional details or proof of identity before making your purchase, but once you have completed your order, it will be shipped directly to your address in New Zealand – or to a Youshop address if you choose this method of shipping.

Overall, using Amazon gift cards in New Zealand is straightforward and convenient, and allows customers to take advantage of all that this online marketplace has to offer.

3. What can you buy with an Amazon gift card in NZ

There are a variety of things that you can purchase with an Amazon gift card in New Zealand.

Whether you want to stock up on books, buy the latest electronics, or treat yourself to some new clothes and accessories, Amazon has something for everyone.

With thousands of products available from top brands and sellers, this online marketplace makes it easy and convenient to get exactly what you need, no matter where you are located.

Due to the cost of shipping, some items will become prohibitively expensive to buy through Amazon for New Zealanders.

We highly recommend using Amazon gift cards to buy Kindle books or other digital media such as Audible, PrimeVideo or Amazon Music.

4. Other payment methods available to New Zealanders using Amazon

In New Zealand, there are a variety of different payment methods available to consumers when shopping on Amazon.

Some of the most popular options include credit and debit cards and e-wallets such as PayPal.

Regardless of the method you choose, New Zealanders can be sure that Amazon offers secure and reliable payment solutions that are easy and convenient to use.

So if you’re looking for a safe and seamless way to shop online, look no further than Amazon in New Zealand!

Final thoughts

Amazon’s global reach is expanding every year, and the online retailer now ships to New Zealand, meaning you can use an Amazon gift card from NZ.

This is good news for shoppers around the world, who can enjoy the convenience of Amazon’s huge selection and fast shipping.

Related: How to Use Amazon Australia in New Zealand

About Emma Healey

Emma is a recognised family finance and budgeting expert and founder of Mum's Money. Her advice has been featured in Stuff, NZHerald, Readers Digest, Yahoo Finance, Lifehacker, The Simple Dollar, MSN Money and more.