KiwiStamp postage stamp

Use KiwiStamp postage stamps to send letters and documents by Standard Post within New Zealand.

You can use multiple KiwiStamps on a range of Standard Post letter sizes.

Required postage Medium letter Large letter Oversize letter
Max height x length 130 x 235mm 165 x 235mm 260 x 385mm
Max thickness 6mm 10mm 20mm
Max weight
(includes envelope)
500g 500g 1kg
Standard Post 1 x KiwiStamp 2 x KiwiStamps 3 x KiwiStamps

The KiwiStamp gives you ease and convenience. Each stamp will always be worth the required postage of a Standard Post medium domestic letter.

Using KiwiStamps on other items

The KiwiStamp has been designed for easy use on Standard Post letters, but is also valid postage on all domestic parcels and most international items. If you're using KiwiStamps in this instance, it's likely you'll need to use a combination of KiwiStamps and denominated stamps to make up the total required postage for the item.

Terms and conditions

The standard terms and conditions of the products and services offered by New Zealand Post Limited, including information on the extent of our liability, are set out in the Public Contract and the Postal Users' Guide. They are also available for reference at PostShop stores and selected New Zealand Post retail outlets.

Delivery targets

Delivery targets are a guide only and we do not guarantee your item will reach its destination within the delivery target. Delivery to and from rural or remote areas may take longer.

Required postage

The required postage is the value of postage required for New Zealand Post to carry the item. Actual price paid may vary instore. The required postage and specifications are subject to change.

Cover for loss or damage, prohibited & restricted items

Before sending mail items, make sure your item is safe to send and will be covered if it goes missing or is damaged. Make sure you read about cover for loss or damage and prohibited & restricted items.

Standard Post, PostShop and KiwiStamp are trade marks of New Zealand Post Limited.

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