We want to make this as easy as possible for you so we’ve arranged 3 options:

1 – Visa, Mastercard, or Amex

Instant and easy!

We process all Visa, Mastercard, and Amex payments using the Stripe platform (this is the same platform used by Amazon, Lyft, Booking.com, and thousands of other companies around the world). We like Stripe as it’s fully encrypted for your security with compliance guaranteed.

Stripe charges a 3.7% fee which is added at the time of payment if you choose this method. That’s for international card transactions, for local (NZ in other words) it’s 2.7%.

If you do choose to pay us for your campervan booking using your Visa, Mastercard, or Amex just look for the online payment link on the Tax Invoice we send to you (it looks like this).

2 – Wise.com

Almost instant and tiny fees!

Banks charge a lot for overseas transfers. Wise.com doesn’t. You’ll need to set up a Wise account but once that’s done it’s cheap and easy to send money to our account.

These are our Wise details so you can send us NZD but if you let us know you want to pay by Wise.com we can send you a link that’s all prepopulated and easy to use.

Account Holder: YOURKINDOFCAMPER LIMITED
Account Number: 02-1291-0819124-000

If you choose to pay using Wise you’ll incur a small (in fact – tiny) fee from them at your end.

3 – Bank transfer

Slow with fees at both ends

It’s the ‘old fashioned way’ and by far the slowest but if you love your bank then we’re happy to receive your payment this way. Bank transfers can take 5 – 10 business days to get to our account so we recommend you only use this option for final balance payments and make arrangements at least 10 days in advance of the due date.

These are our New Zealand bank account details so you can send us NZD

Account Holder: YOURKINDOFCAMPER LIMITED
Bank: ASB Bank
Account Number: 12-3026-0108670-00
IBAN: 12 3026 0108670 00
SWIFT Code: ASBBNZ2A
Our address: 20 Esther Place, Red Beach, Auckland 0932, NZ

Your bank will charge you a transfer fee and their currency exchange rates are usually unfavourable as well. Our bank charges us a fee to receive the money as well ($35) and we pass this on to you.