Duty Free Stores - Christchurch Airport
Save up to 20% on goods with Duty Free Stores New Zealand when you travel internationally through Christchurch. Whether you're departing or arriving at Christchurch airport, save time at the airport and make your purchases online at Duty Free Stores New Zealand. All goods can be collected from Christchurch airport pick up spot. Choose from a range of alcohol, cameras, watches, confectionery, souvenirs and more, and spend over $100 for free delivery to the airport collection point.
Are you a member of Duty Free Stores New Zealand's Frequent Buyer Club
? Use your member number when shopping online or over the phone, and save up to 20% on your duty free purchase.
Duty Free Stores Christchurch Airport collection point
is located in the international arrivals and departures terminals. For both spots, you'll see a collection point marked Duty Free & Tax Free Shopping. For departures, this is right after immigration, and for arrivals this is before you reach baggage claim or customs.
Arrivals Collection Point
Departures Collection Point
Duty free allowances in New Zealand are among the most generous in the world. Adults are allowed up to 3 x 1125 mL bottles of spirits or liqueurs and 6 x 750 mL bottles of wine or port, without paying any additional duty costs or taxes (some conditions may apply.)
For more details, see Duty Free Stores Allowances
page and ensure your purchases fall within your arrival country's restrictions. Please note that alcohol allowances are individual limits and cannot be shared between travellers.
Visiting Christchurch, New Zealand
Christchurch is the south island of New Zealand's busiest travel hub, seeing millions of passengers pass through Christchurch airport each year, 12 km northwest of the city centre.
Known in equal measure for its rich past and community efforts rebuilding towards the future, Christchurch is brimming with eclectic attractions. A reborn city following the earthquakes of 2012, Christchurch has so much to see and do - from cultural exhibits and museums, to great cheap eats and modern alfresco dining, and a thriving shopping scene.