Many savings available
Substantial savings are available through Farmlands.
Examples include the savings on Telecom landline and mobile accounts. Numerous rate plans are available.
If you have an existing Telecom mobile call plan, you can change over without penalty or additional costs and take advantage of the saving that Farmlands call plans offer. Farmlands shareholders. These partners include main street and trade shopping outlets, fuel on and off farm, health and general insurance, telecommunications, fertilisers and power.
Farmlands Card is accepted at all BP, Caltex and Challenge service stations and associated truckstops for all purchases nationwide. Farmlands Card holders will: pay either the national price, the advertised pump price or discounted fuel price offered by Farmlands – whichever is the lowest rate.
You also enjoy up to 50 days free credit and the convenience of each transaction being detailed on your shareholder Farmlands Account.
No accounting problems, no extra or hidden costs.
Caltex Star Cards, BP Fuelcards and Shellcard are also available and can be obtained by contacting the fuel administration department at Farmlands.
Farmlands has a charge facility for bulk farm deliveries of petrol and diesel from the oil company of your choice.
Paying your Telecom and power accounts with Farmlands Card means you can have all your farm costs on one card for ease of accounting.
Amazing discounts from some of New Zealand’s leading retail chains such as Resene, Noel Leeming, Bunnings and Repco and many more. million to $5.3 million.
Turnover increased by 22 per cent or $123 million to $683 million.
Rebates to members increased by 23 per cent or $8.1 million to $44.2 million.
Pre tax profits before loyalty rebates increased by 63 per cent or $2.2 million to $5.8 million.
Shareholder numbers increased by five per cent or 1300 to 27,000.
Farmlands has paid more than $40 million dollars in loyalty payments over the past 18 years. The loyalty payment is based on the individual shareholder’s purchases over the year.
Everyone is welcome at Farmlands.
Leading: Farmlands chief executive Peter Ellis.