Stamp Rewards 2004

Stamp Rewards are our way of rewarding you with access to exclusive collectable products, through your everyday spending on stamps and coins. Here’s the rewards you could get in 2005!

Issue information

Every dollar you spent on stamps and coins earned you one Stamp Reward point, and as soon as you hit 100 points, you were eligible for our special reward products.

Your points were totalled at the end of 2004, and we sent you a reward selection form with your 2004 points total in the first mailing of 2005 which included a form for you to claim your rewards.

Product Listing for Stamp Rewards 2004

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Image Title Description Value
Se-tenant Set Cancelled se-tenant set of five stamps from the 2004 World of WearableArt stamp issue. 50 points
Se-tenant Set Mint se-tenant set of five stamps from the 2004 World of WearableArt stamp issue. 100 points
Miniature Sheet One Stamp Reward miniature sheet incorporating three stamps from our 2004 stamp programme (one sheet, three different stamps). 200 points
Set of Miniature Sheets Two Stamp Reward miniature sheets incorporating three stamps from our 2004 stamp programme (two sheets, six different stamps). 400 points
Set of Miniature Sheets Three Stamp Reward miniature sheets incorporating three stamps from our 2004 stamp programme (three sheets, nine different stamps). 600 points
Set of Souvenir Covers Three souvenir covers with Stamp Reward miniature sheets affixed. 850 points
Set of Imperforate Sheets One set of imperforate stamp sheets of each denomination from the 2004 World of WearableArt stamp issue. 2,000 points

Technical information

Issue date: 1 January 2005
Stamp issues featured:
  • 2004 Year of the Monkey – New Zealand Zoo Animals
  • Rugby Sevens
  • 150 Years of Parliament
  • 2004 Scenic Definitives – Historic Farm Equipment
  • World of WearableArt
  • 2004 Garden Flowers
  • The Lord of the Rings – New Zealand Home of Middle-earth
  • Extreme Sports
  • Christmas 2004 – Christmas Fare
Period of sale: These reward points remained available until 31 December 2005.