Here’s the best part

You’ll get free access to any bank-owned ATMin New Zealand (not just ours), and using Eftpos is free too.

How your TSB Eftpos card works with Online Banking

You’ll use your TSB Eftpos card number (along with a personal security password) to log in to Online Banking, and Phone Banking, giving you instant access to your accounts.

Feel secure

Your TSB Eftpos card is protected by your own Personal Identification Number (PIN).

See more about security

Lost & Stolen cards
If your card is lost or stolen within New Zealand, please let us know straight away by calling 0800 406 406

Overseas? Phone +64 6 968 3700.

Disputing a transaction

If you find a transaction on your TSB credit card statement or TSB debit account that you don’t believe you made, you can dispute it - you have up to 60 days from the transaction date to submit your dispute.



What card suits you?

TSB Eftpos card TSB Debit Mastercard
EFTPOS purchases in NZ
ATM withdrawals (NZ)
ATM withdrawals (overseas)
Purchases overseas
Online purchases
Phone purchases
Mail order purchases
Recurring purchases
payWave technology


  • Don’t forget to read this bit

    1. If you choose to use an ATM not owned by a bank in New Zealand, this may incur a service fee (in addition to any standard account transaction fee) for which TSB receives a commission. 

    Take a look at our Disclosure Statement or grab a copy from your local branch. Use of our accounts and services are subject to TSB’s General Banking Information