Limited edition Movember EFTPOS cards now available (+ Competition)

Ryan Boyd
Limited edition Movember EFTPOS cards now available (+ Competition)

Movember is celebrating their 10th year in NZ, helping raise funds and awareness for men’s health. Each year they do great work encouraging men all around the country to grow their mo, turning them into a walking, talking billboard for men's health.

Support Movember here.

This year Westpac is helping them get the message out even further with a unique new EFTPOS card.


Movember EFTPOS card

To help spread the word, Westpac has produced a limited edition transparent Movember EFTPOS card which will be available in all branches from early November.


The cards are available on a first come, first served basis. So if you want one, you’d better be quick.

For current Westpac customers: You can visit a Westpac branch and link the card to a Westpac transaction account. You’ll need to bring photo ID (you can find accepted forms of ID at

For new customers: You can visit their nearest Westpac branch to open a transaction account and we’ll link the card for you for free. You’ll need to bring photo ID and proof of address (you can find accepted forms of ID and proof of address at

Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply to Westpac products and services. Westpac Card Conditions of Use apply.


Get your card and win

Once you’ve got your limited edition Movember EFTPOS card, take a selfie with it and post on either Twitter or Instagram and tag it with @WestpacNZ and #Movember during the month of November. The best pic judged by the Movember team will win this:


Entries will be judged on originality, energy, personality, and how well they embody the Movember spirit.

Entries close 11.59pm 30 November. You can enter as many times as you like. The judging will take place on 1 December to find our winner.

Please read the competition terms and conditions before entering. 


Support Movember

The Movember Foundation is a global charity committed to men living happier, healthier, longer lives. Since 2003, millions have joined the men’s health movement, raising $825 million and funding over 1,000 programmes focusing on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, poor mental health and physical inactivity.

There’s a few ways you can get involved.


Grow your mo (or support someone who is)

A moustache is nature's billboard. Grow your mo for 30 days in November and use it to start a conversation about men's health this Movember.

Sign up today.


Take the MOVE Challenge

For mo sistas or anyone else not able (or allowed) to grow a mo, a new way to fundraise for men's health is to commit to ‘MOVE’ 30 minutes each day.

Take a 30 minute walk to work, play a game of ping pong or go on an epic bike ride – no MOVE is too big or small.

Sign up to MOVE today.

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