As part of our continuing relentless quest for modernization, and making things easier for you, our customers, to purchase all our choice goodies, we now accept payment via the brilliant online payment system that is PayPal. All you need is a bank account or credit card and an email address to send payment from anywhere in the world. Our PayPal email payment address is (unremarkably): firstname.lastname@example.org
You can order though Netsounds, GEMM or MusicStack, or you may send us CC details directly, please split between 2 emails for your security (eg 1234 5678 XXXX XXXX, then another with XXXX XXXX 9876 5432), and include your mailing address and card expiry.
Alternatively you may mail cash by registered mail (at your own risk!), international money order or bank check to:
Slow Boat Records
PO Box 11522
Phone/ fax: +64 4 385 1330
Please note that we can also now accept personal cheques, in which case we do not ship until the cheque has cleared. We do not however accept postal money orders or Western Union Money Orders.
If you have any queries about any titles you find in our listings, we are happy to help you find the music you seek. We are also happy to receive wants lists and enquiries about the availability of titles you are seeking. We have a mountain of vinyl we are constantly working through, so feel free to drop us a line!
We use, almost exclusively, the services provided by NZ Post to send music within New Zealand and throughout the world. We have found their services to be reliable, cost effective and very efficient.
To mail goods within New Zealand, the following will give you some idea of postage prices:
LP – in secure mailer and bubble wrap = $7.50 North Island, $10.50 South Island
CD/ DVD = $3.00
Additional titles ordered within NZ will generally incur no extra charge, please contact us for any further info.
Please also contact us for overseas mailing info – as items are charged for by weight, it is generally difficult to offer an accurate scale of pricing for international postage – suffice to say, it is rarely very much more expensive (with the New Zealand dollar) than having something sent within the US, UK, Asia or Europe. In this way we can give you the most accurate postage price possible.