You can now earn Airpoints Dollars on storage unit hire with Storage King.
Earning Airpoints Dollars with Storage King
Storage King is the largest self storage organisation in New Zealand and Australia.
The company has 25 storage unit locations across the country, including in these cities:
Full details of the Airpoints partnership can be found here.
How much will I earn?
New customers will earn 25 Airpoints Dollars when they move into a storage unit for a minimum of 2 months.
Quotes on storage solutions are variable, so be sure to check with your nearest store.
Your Airpoints earn should hit your account within 3 months of your purchase.
How do I earn?
You will need to quote your Airpoints membership number when completing a new storage agreement.
If you forgot to quote your number, you can make a retrospective claim with 90 days.
Key things to know
You will not earn Airpoints Dollars in the following circumstances:
- Where the storage agreement is terminated within the first 2 months
- Where you have already earned Airpoints Dollars for another rental at the same store – but not a different store
- Where you are an existing customer changing units or signing a new agreement at the same store – but not a different store
- Where the unit rented is a locker unit, no larger than 1m x 1m (which is an excluded product)
- Where you have not actually paid for your unit (goes without saying)
Using a credit card to use to maximise points earn
Storage King accepted Visa, Mastercard and American Express with no transaction fees, which provides a good opportunity to double dip and earn points through card spend too.
The highest earning Airpoints card that you can use on purchases with Storage King is the American Express Airpoints Platinum, where you’ll earn 1 Airpoints Dollar for every $59 spent.
New points-earning opportunities are always positive. While storage solutions are a little niche—it is not a place you will making a purchase at every day— they are still a service that some may use when moving houses, or downsizing and no longer having enough room on site to store all your household items.
It would have been better though to see a partnership based off the price of the storage solution, especially given the availability of numerous options at varying cost.
Remember that the cost of points can often be reflected in the price that you pay – so still be sure to compare prices and shop around to make sure you’re getting the best value out of your storage solution.