Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

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Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by thrdeye » Mon Feb 18, 2013 1:58 pm

If you do not show your SCCA Membership card when checking in for registration at the trailer, you will not qualify for the member registration fee. This policy has always been in place, but due to some unfortunate incidents, we are going to have to be very strict with it.

"I forgot it." is not a valid excuse.

Also, we cannot track funds from event to event, so "Can I get my money back if I show it next time?" = No.

Additionally, the registration team does not have time to go online to verify your membership. If you can do this via your smartphone, fine, but it's not the responsibility of the registration team.

Again, no card = you will be charged the non-member (weekend membership) fee.

Thank you for your understanding. Please put your membership card in your car/wallet NOW!
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Re: Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by flier129 » Mon Feb 18, 2013 6:14 pm

I'm glad they sent mine as a plastic card this year :)
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Re: Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by oldmuscle69 » Tue Feb 19, 2013 9:34 pm

Should have always been as such,Show or pay.
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Re: Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by Reddawg » Fri Mar 08, 2013 4:06 pm

i just recently joined the scca this week. im registered to drive on sunday but my card hasnt came in the mail yet. Can i bring a printed verification email from the scca?

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Post by thrdeye » Fri Mar 08, 2013 4:19 pm

Reddawg wrote:i just recently joined the scca this week. im registered to drive on sunday but my card hasnt came in the mail yet. Can i bring a printed verification email from the scca?
Yes this is perfect.
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Re: Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by Reddawg » Fri Mar 08, 2013 4:38 pm

Great!!! Thanks for the info

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Re: Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by That_one_guy » Sun Mar 13, 2016 3:19 pm

I'm new so if my question has already been asked I'm sorry but if you register and pay online how do you prove that and do you still need the card?

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Post by Teufelshund » Sun Mar 13, 2016 8:54 pm

That_one_guy wrote:I'm new so if my question has already been asked I'm sorry but if you register and pay online how do you prove that and do you still need the card?
It will show up on our computer. We can tell who has payed online and who hasn't. Generally speaking, you won't need to show your card unless you don't pay online.
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Post by thrdeye » Mon Mar 14, 2016 7:51 am

When you register on MSR as a member, it calls out to the SCCA member database. If your membership will not be active on the event date, you can't register as a member. But, we reserve the right to ask for a card at any time. I've caught a few people trying to pull one over on us throughout the years.
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Re: Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by 14freedom » Tue Mar 22, 2016 8:49 am

Attempting to join SCCA but it won't accept my Gmail as a valid email address. Any suggestions?

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Re: Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by Gen52SS » Tue Mar 22, 2016 9:05 am

14freedom wrote:Attempting to join SCCA but it won't accept my Gmail as a valid email address. Any suggestions?
I just tested joining SCCA with a Gmail account works for me. Contact them they will help you.


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Post by Pewter Sonoma » Mon Feb 13, 2017 9:41 am

I want to do a few events this year and knock off some rust - it's been a while since I have been out. Please clarify the following:

The SCCA fee is $70/year?
An ETR event as a SCCA member is $45?
An ERT event as a nonmember is $65?
Are these values correct?

I ask because I don't remember paying anywhere near $50 an event in the past, even as a SCCA member, and just want to confirm those fees are correct. The thought of dropping $130 for 12 passes (2 events, 6 passes per event) seems higher than I recall. I do not plan to do anymore than 2-3 events this year, so I am weighing the pros/cons of a SCCA membership. If memory serves me correctly, the difference between a member and non-member was $5/event, not $20.

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by thrdeye » Mon Feb 13, 2017 9:59 am

The prices above are correct, with perhaps the SCCA Memebership fee. I believe that's either $75 or $85 (which will include your $15 regional dues).

The delta from member to weekend (non) members has been $15 for quite a few years now. It went up to $20 this year because national office increased the cost.
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Re: Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by Gen52SS » Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:03 am

Pewter Sonoma wrote:I want to do a few events this year and knock off some rust - it's been a while since I have been out. Please clarify the following:

The SCCA fee is $70/year?
An ETR event as a SCCA member is $45?
An ERT event as a nonmember is $65?
Are these values correct?

I ask because I don't remember paying anywhere near $50 an event in the past, even as a SCCA member, and just want to confirm those fees are correct. The thought of dropping $130 for 12 passes (2 events, 6 passes per event) seems higher than I recall. I do not plan to do anymore than 2-3 events this year, so I am weighing the pros/cons of a SCCA membership. If memory serves me correctly, the difference between a member and non-member was $5/event, not $20.

Thanks in advance!
The SCCA member fee right now is $65 plus $15 ETR dues this will go up $5 March 1st.

Member $45
Weekend $65
Yes they are correct

All sites have raised fees for 2017 Pellissippi had us spoiled with low site costs.

If you plan on 3 it's better to become a member I can send you a discount packet email me teametr@charter.net
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Re: Registration - Bring your SCCA Membership Card!

Post by Pewter Sonoma » Mon Feb 13, 2017 3:23 pm

Thanks for the feedback. Will all sites be the $45/$65 fee?

Also, I think I have participated in only 1 event in 5 years - is 5-6 runs still pretty standard?
2011 ETR SCCA never made it to an event Champion
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