Prezzy Card Activate with 4 Digit Lock Code

Prezzy Card Activate with 4 Digit Lock Code

If you received your Prezzy Card by mail or courier it’s probably locked and to be activated. Please contact the person who purchased this card for the 4 digit lock code and then activate your card via our web portal.

Each card can be loaded with any amount between $25 and $1,000. Your order can’t exceed more than $5,000, this excludes the value loaded on the card(s), the card fee, GST and postage and handling.

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Will I need to unlock my card?

If you received your Prezzy card in the mail, it probably hasn’t been unlocked. You must unlock your card before you can use it. To do this, you will need the four digit number selected when the card was purchased by the person who gave it to you.

Why should I register my card?

By registering your card we’ll have a record of you and your card details. This will also give you access to two key benefits: you will be able to lock the card and apply for a replacement if it is lost and you will be able to see a full transaction history.

How do I check the unused value on my Prezzy card?

There are two ways you can check your balance, either online at or by calling +64 9 888 6792. Please note, each call to the automated phone service costs 50c plus $1.50 if you choose to talk to a Customer Service Representative.

Where can I use my Prezzy card?

You can use your card at selected merchants for in-store purchases, online, over the phone and via mail order, at nearly anywhere that accepts Visa electronically. Your card works overseas as well as all around New Zealand.

What are card authorisations?

The way that certain merchants charge or process payments can sometimes result in a charge on the card which exceeds the unused value, without the card declining. Common examples are hotels, motels and car rental agencies. You can guard against this by checking your available value regularly, and confirming with merchants (before you authorise a transaction) what they can charge on the card. You must not authorise or allow any transaction on the card where you know, or have reasonable grounds to expect, that it will exceed the unused value on the card.