Land & Sea offer a range of different ways that you can pay for your order, just choose which suits you best in the L&S Checkout.
Credit Card Online
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Q Card, American Express and debit cards. This is our most popular payment method, it also means we can dispatch your good straight away as it comes to us as cleared funds the moment you place your order.
Interest Free Short Term Payment Options
Purchasing using Short Term Payments lets your buy online and spread the cost of your purchase over easy payments, interest free!
We offer the following:
- 4 fortnightly payments with Afterpay
Bank Deposit via Internet Banking
To pay by online banking select Bank Deposit during the check out and you will be directed to DPS Account2Account to perform transaction from your bank account to ours at time of purchase. This means the funds will clear at time of purchase and we can pick and pack your order and get it out on the next courier pick up with no delays!
Call our friendly customer support team on 0508 5263 732 during business hours and we can take your order straight over the phone.
Entering a Promotional Discount Code
At Land & Sea we love to run promotions. Our promotions normally require that you enter a promotional discount code to receive a special offer such as a discount or gift with purchase.
You enter the promotional discount code in the allocated box in the L&S Checkout. Please note that promo codes won't apply to items marked as Sale and you can only use one promo code per order.
Land & Sea Secure Online Experience
Land & Sea is SSL certified with GeoTrust. SSL ensures your credit card details, data transfer, logins are safe and secure from prying eyes. Direct Payment Solutions provides the secure gateway for all online credit card transactions. Direct Payment Solutions is a Paymark Certified Solutions provider and meets the high security standards required by New Zealand banks. DPS supports VISA, Mastercard and Amex credit and debit card payments from all major New Zealand banks - ANZ, ASB, Bank of New Zealand, Kiwibank and Westpac.