Using your NSW Seniors Card interstate and in New Zealand


Each Australian state and territory has their own Seniors Card scheme and some reciprocal arrangements are in place for using your NSW Seniors Card in other states.

Businesses in one state will generally recognise cards from another, however, it is best to ask the business if it provides a discount for interstate Seniors Card or Senior Savers Card before making a purchase.

To find out more about participating businesses and available discounts in other states, you will need to contact the relevant interstate Seniors Card office.

Interstate Seniors Card websites:

New Zealand

A reciprocal agreement between Seniors Card and the New Zealand Super Gold Card gives NSW Seniors Card and Senior Savers Card holders access to discounts and special offers on goods and services from thousands of businesses participating in the New Zealand SuperGold Card program. Please note that this does not include transport concessions.

Search the SuperGold online discount directory or look for the “SuperGold Cards Welcome” stickers when travelling in New Zealand, and ask the salesperson if they also accept the NSW Seniors Card or Senior Savers Card. If a business does not offer discounts for Australian seniors, this will be noted on their website under ‘exclusions’.

Look for the “SuperGold Cards Welcome” sticker in New Zealand businesses and ask if they also accept the NSW Seniors Card and Senior Savers Card.

Visiting NSW from interstate and overseas

If you hold a New Zealand SuperGold Card or a Seniors Card issued by another Australian state or territory and are travelling to NSW, you can search the online discount directory to find the businesses discounts currently available. Note that not all businesses extend their offers to interstate and overseas cards so ask at the counter if they accept your card.