Delivery options

Card Delivery
All gift card orders are delivered directly to one nominated recipient and address. Once an order is delivered, it is the nominated contact’s responsibility to ensure that the gift cards are activated and distributed appropriately. Gift cards are delivered by secure courier throughout Australia.

Gift cards can only be delivered to a nominated business address. As your delivery must be signed for, PO boxes are not accepted.

As gift cards can only be used within Australia we only deliver to Australian business or residential addresses.

Delivery Cost
All deliveries are made by courier. There is a delivery fee of $14.85 per order (GST inclusive) for all deliveries throughout Australia.

Delivery Timeframe
Your gift cards will be delivered to the nominated address within 3 to 5 business days from receipt of payment.

Is the Delivery Process Secure?
For security reasons, all gift card orders are delivered to a recipient inactive. This means that they cannot be used until the gift card order is activated using the confidential bulk activation code that is sent to the person who placed the order.

Enhanced Security Processes
As the nominated contact placing the order, you will receive a confidential activation code. Orders are activated by using the Coles Group & Myer Gift Card telephone activation service or online at Or, for security purposes you may choose our partial activation service. Gift Cards cannot be used until they are activated.

Activate As You Need
For security reasons, all Corporate Gift Cards are delivered ‘inactive’ and are activated by the recipient. You may choose to either bulk activate your Gift Cards, or activate them in smaller groups as you require. This can be done either online or via telephone. Activate gift cards now

Partial Activation
You also have the option of activating part of your order at different times depending on your needs. For example, you can activate half on receipt, with the remainder at a later date. This is particularly beneficial from a security perspective.