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Book-A-Rate is the place to reserve your next great Kiwibank Term Deposit deal. With rates likes this we can’t hold them for long so register for Book-A-Rate alerts to be the first to hear about new rates.
How to book a rate
You don’t have to be a Kiwibank customer to Book-A-Rate. All we need is your name, email address, and the amount you plan to invest, then you’ve got five business days to open a Kiwibank Term Deposit at the rate you booked.
1 Book it!
- Select ‘Book my rate’ and fill in your details (maximum of one of each rate per person).
- Once you've read the Term Deposit section of Kiwibank’s Investment Terms and Conditions (PDF 315 KB) and completed the application form, we can open the Term Deposit with your special rate.
3 Open your Term Deposit
- New to Kiwibank?
If you don’t have any Kiwibank accounts, complete the application form then take it into your local Kiwibank, together with the required ID and a cheque payable to yourself (for the amount you intend to invest) within five business days of booking your rate. The application form includes a special quote number, which we need to set up your Term Deposit.
- You can either…
Take your completed application form to your local Kiwibank within five business days of booking your rate. The application form has a special quote number, which we need to set up your Term Deposit.
Call us on 0800 22 33 10 between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday, with your special quote number and we’ll set up your Book-A-Rate Term Deposit over the phone. You can use your booked rate when reinvesting as long as your current term matures within five business days of booking the rate.
For now you can’t open a Book-A-Rate Term Deposit using internet banking.
Book-A-Rate specials are for the advertised standard Kiwibank Term Deposits only and are only available until sold out.
Download Kiwibank’s Investment Terms and Conditions (PDF 315 KB) or pick up a copy from your local Kiwibank.
This communication contains general information only and not investment or tax advice, and as such you should not rely on it as the sole basis for any financial decision. Potential investors should seek professional advice as to whether an investment is right for them, including the taxation implications of investing in an investment.