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Paymark Archives

Easter spending rebounds in 2021: Paymark

Customer spending between Easter Thursday to Tuesday hit a total of $720 million – 130 per cent up on the same period of...

Short lockdown takes toll on tills

Despite only Auckland seeing lockdown hit Level 3, the rest of New Zealand still saw sales suffer.

Paymark spending data shows a year of two quarters

Paymark spending recorded growth during the last quarter after experiencing downtrend earlier of the year.

Boxing Day sales fell short of last year: Paymark

Boxing Day sales ended up 2.2 per cent short of last year’s figures, according to Paymark.
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Tourism restrictions affect Otago, Southland retail spending in August

Retail spending in Auckland fell 42 per cent in the week to August 30, the last week of Level 3 restrictions.

NZ businesses now confident of surviving after June spending sees uplift

Nearly three quarters of retailers are confident their business will survive the next 12 months, according to a new Reta...
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Spending through Paymark drops 72 per cent on the first day of lockdown

Pre-spending splurge not enough to offset losses due to coronavirus.

Retailers see dramatic spike in spending pre-lockdown: Paymark

Spending at supermarkets rose 157 per cent on Monday.

Paymark names new chief executive officer

New Zealand payment service Paymark has appointed Maxine Elliott as its new chief executive.

Some retailers to see sales double this week: Paymark

Only around 15 per cent of Kiwis have finished their shopping.

Easter spending up 4.6 per cent on 2018

Grocery, fuel and hospitality providers drove spending increase.

Valentine’s Day leads to spending bump

Total spending for the day reached $204 million.

Black Friday saw 8.8 per cent increase in spending in 2018

Inaugural report reveals consumer spending trends.

Card spending solid during 2016

Paymark has released data from 1.2 billion transactions last year.

Eftpos terminal provider increases dividend

Retail NZ concerned about the scale of fees being charged to retailers.

NZ’s card of choice

Paymark on Christmas spending peaks.

Spirited start to Christmas spending

Strongest growth seen across smaller regions.

NZ spends up

Kiwi shoppers splurge in January.

December spending headed by Otago and Nelson

South Island leads NZ spending in December.

Kiwis spend up

Paymark releases total spend figures through its network for December 2014.

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