Save money with ISIC in Dunedin | ISIC New Zealand

See how you can save in Dunedin with an ISIC card!

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Right in the deep south-east of the South Island, Dunedin is colloquially known as the 'Edinburgh of New Zealand', much to do from its past Scottish heritage. A fantastic spot for a surf or a view of fascinating fauna including the Northern Royal Albatross and plenty of penguin colonies, Dunedin is a city that might just take you by surprise.


Some of the below discounts are redeemed through our partnership with the Frequent Values benefit program.
If your card was issued outside of New Zealand or Australia, please contact us here with your card number and full name so that you can access the full range of our offers.

We've got so many discounts for you in Dunedin. Check them out!

Save 20% (up to $25) at heaps of restaurants, cafes and takeaways including:

  • Cafe Mokha
  • Classic Cafe
  • Governor's Cafe
  • Hong Kong Restaurant & Karaoke Bar
  • Sabayon Dessert Bar & Cafe
  • Sila Turkish Restaurant
  • Taste of Tandoor
  • The Reef Steak and Seafood Restaurant
  • Tokyo Garden

Save on attractions

Save on travel

  • Save up to 15% on selected services with InterCity
  • Up to 40% off international fares with STA Travel, plus other offers too
  • Up to 15% off Europcar rental cars
  • 5% off JUCY rentals

Save all over the country!

Auckland | Christchurch | Hamilton | QueenstownRotorua | Wellington

The cards can save you $$$ both in New Zealand and globally, so perfect for those travelling overseas as well as offering amazing discounts right here in New Zealand. Get your card today and start saving now!

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Discounts are correct as of 19 June 2018 and are subject to change without notice. Please check for the latest information.

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