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Nov. 3, 2008
DMac
Men's 60
185 posts
I.D.Fees
Moving up to sixties. Just went to print out the application for a new I.D.card. Fifty dollars? Tell me this is a misprint, please.
Nov. 3, 2008
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2667 posts
I too am eligable to move to the 60's and saw the $50 this weekend. SPA is also charging $50. SSUSA, however, does give the option to buy your card yearly.
Nov. 3, 2008
Ken
Men's 55
462 posts
Dennis, looks like we can expect you to play 55's next year.
Nov. 3, 2008
mad dog
Men's 60
3939 posts
you've got to be kidding me $50 for a card.what do they plan on giving ya for it.that would mean $100 for the 2 of them,looks like i'll start playing golf or just fish.
Nov. 4, 2008
DMac
Men's 60
185 posts
Ken: The thought crossed my mind, but they are too slick for me. The expiration date on all three of my cards is 12/31/08. I wonder if my wife could get a partial refund if I die before 12/31/13.
Nov. 4, 2008
DesertGuy
Men's 60
224 posts
DMac- The $50 is for a 5 yr. card. Ten bucks a year also includes the newspaper for the year too and seems pretty reasonable. The single year fee is $15.
Nov. 4, 2008
DMac
Men's 60
185 posts
It's a soak D.G. I would save a lot of money each year if I wasn't eligible to play tournament ball. Considering that of the five games I played last Saturday in Phoenix, three of those games were against teams from my neighborhood, so maybe I will stay home.
Nov. 4, 2008
Dirty
Men's 50
1375 posts
As I have been saying. These tournaments are a great idea in theory, but with the current state of senior softball just not always much bang for the buck.
Nov. 4, 2008
DesertGuy
Men's 60
224 posts
DMac- I guess times really are tough. $10 a year for the Sr. Softball newspaper and the right to play ssusa seems like a pretty good deal to me. Your $2 a game last month is about the same as you play for each DAY at Victory Lane or Big League Dreams. I hope things get better economically, or at least you find a better topic to complain about! Makes you look really, really cheap and makes me wonder how many $300 bats you have in your bag! (No, Gary, that wasn't an invitation to ask again why he needs them in the first place.) :)
Nov. 4, 2008
DMac
Men's 60
185 posts
We all have our own stories and situations. It takes a very small person , indeed, to presume to know mine.
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