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Utu reiti tōtika atu me te whakataetae īmēra 2020/2021

Rates direct debit and email competition 2020/2021

If you are an Auckland ratepayer, you have four chances to win $1250 from ASB bank.

How to be in to win

All you have to do is:

  • sign up to receive your rates bill by email (e-rates)
  • set up a rates direct debit.

If you have already signed up to one of these, just sign up for the other and you'll be in the draw to win.

If you already receive your rates bill by email and pay your rates by direct debit, you're automatically entered.

Sign up to receive rates notice by email

Sending your rates bills by email (e-rates) is the most cost-efficient way for us to process rates.

Plus you will receive your bill immediately, with no postage delays.

Sign up to e-rates.

Set up a rates direct debit

When you pay your rates by direct debit, you can choose weekly, fortnightly, monthly, quarterly or annual payments.

Set up a rates direct debit.

When to sign up by

The competition includes one draw for each quarterly instalment during the 2020/2021 rating year:

  • Instalment 1: Monday 31 August 2020
  • Instalment 2: Monday 30 November 2020
  • Instalment 3: Friday 26 February 2021
  • Instalment 4: Friday 28 May 2021

The sooner you sign up, the more chances you have to win.

For more information, see the competition terms and conditions.

​Previous winners

  • Instalment 1 2020/2021: D Moleta of Ellerslie

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