Payment Options


We accept PayPal and POLi.


PayPal allows payment through credit cards, bank accounts, buyer credit, or PayPal account balances.


POLi is an online payment option that allows you to use your internet banking to securely pay for your Little BBQ online.


How secure is this store?

When you choose to use PayPal for payments, PayPal automatically encrypts your confidential information in transit from your computer to ours using the Secure Sockets Layer protocol (SSL) with an encryption key length of 128-bits (the highest level commercially available).

When you choose POLi the transaction is done within the protection of your internet banking facility. Your confidential information is not disclosed to any third party, including POLi. 

POLi does not capture usernames or passwords and their software is regularly reviewed by independent security companies.

POLi checks the bank website's SSL certificate and thumbprints to always ensure you are talking directly to your bank.


Do I need a PayPal account to make a purchase with PayPal? 

No. PayPal has optimised the checkout experience with an exciting improvement to their payment flow.

For new buyers, signing up for a PayPal account is now optional. This means Little BBQ customers can complete their payments first, and then decide whether to save their information in a PayPal account for future purchases.

Here’s how this easier checkout works:

Please note that PayPal’s fraud prevention measures remain in effect for buyers who use this checkout even though the customer hasn’t created an account.


Currency Information

All prices are in New Zealand dollars and Little BBQ charges your credit card in New Zealand dollars.  

If you live outside New Zealand, and have a foreign currency credit card, the New Zealand amount will be charged to your card using your provider's current exchange rates. Please remember that buy/sell exchange rates can be different depending on when your credit card provider processes the transaction, so the amount that appears on your credit card statement may be slightly different to the converted invoiced amount. Credit card companies may also charge international payment fees and/or commission for selling you foreign currency. Please contact your credit card provider directly for their terms and conditions.