MEDIA RELEASE: Kiwi Access Card launches on 14 January, replacing the 18+ Card

10 Jan 2019

MEDIA RELEASE


14 January 2019


Kiwi Access Card launches on 14 January, replacing the 18+ Card


The new Kiwi Access Card launches nationwide on 14 January, and will replace the current 18+ Card. Launched by Hospitality New Zealand, the Kiwi Access Card has been created to better facilitate access to goods and services for everyone, across all sections of society in New Zealand.


Like the 18+ Card, the new Kiwi Access Card is a secure and reliable way of proving your age and identity and is therefore a valuable resource for everyone in New Zealand. Like the 18+ Card, applicants must be 18 years or older to be entitled to apply for a Kiwi Access Card. Proof of age is required as part of the application process.


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