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Any word yet on where this meeting will be held or has it been cancelled?
 
Posts: 924 | Location: WESTWOOD NJ | Registered: May 22, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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This will definitely be one and details are being worked on. Should be posted soon so keep an eye out here for the sign-up details.
 
Posts: 12934 | Location: Harrisburg, PA, USA | Registered: November 29, 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I just got the email going out to anyone who signed up for the Philly Show mailing list, do I guess details will be posted here soon!
Au Res.,
Paul

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Posts: 7200 | Location: Basildon, Essex, United Kingdom | Registered: November 30, 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I received the email, and I have registered for the meeting.
 
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Glad you all found it. Just a reminder to everyone that there is a fee this time around. Since we have had to move the meeting from the Hilton Garden Inn to Chess N Checkers and now have to pay more fees, there is a small fee of $6.00 per person entry. Some folks read this in their emails and I'm guessing others did not read that far down. If you've signed up but haven't paid the fee, please do so. The info is in your email as well as on the Eventbrite event page.

Thanks and see you at the show.

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Just in case the link in Harris' post above takes you to a login page (which it did when I clicked on it!), here is the link I posted to Facebook this morning:

Philly Card Talk Meeting

Au Res.,
Paul

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Signed up and paid. See everybody there
 
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I received the email, and I have registered for the meeting.


Have you Paid??
 
Posts: 11866 | Location: England | Registered: September 16, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Eventbrite lists the event as free. Is there a way to change that to avoid confusion? I am one of the ones who didn't read the fine print and just clicked away.

If someone doesn't have paypal then is there an alternate form of payment accepted and if so what would be the deadline?

If someone pays for a guest then would their guest be eligible for any door prize drawings (if there is any)?

If someone doesn't want any food or giveaways would they still be welcome without paying for the event?

Just some questions posed to me by two different customers and posting them here in case others had the same questions....
 
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Eventbrite lists the event as free. Is there a way to change that to avoid confusion? I am one of the ones who didn't read the fine print and just clicked away.

If someone doesn't have paypal then is there an alternate form of payment accepted and if so what would be the deadline?

If someone pays for a guest then would their guest be eligible for any door prize drawings (if there is any)?

If someone doesn't want any food or giveaways would they still be welcome without paying for the event?

Just some questions posed to me by two different customers and posting them here in case others had the same questions....


Unfortunately, if you want to come to the meeting, you must pay regardless of whether you eat, drink, or win prizes, or not. We have more expenses then we had previously since we have to hold this offsite and so everyone must pay. Sorry. I will consider you signed up once we receive payment and your Eventbrite sign-up.

I figure nearly everyone has PayPal but if not, get in touch with me and we'll figure out something else. The deadline to sign up (regardless of how payment is made) is Wednesday, May 4.

Assuming we have prizes, everyone will be eligible to win.

Hope this helps with the questions.
 
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Payment sent for me and Freddy!
 
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See y'all there.
 
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Outstanding! Smile Thumb Up

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Signed up and paid!
 
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See y'all there.


Agreed!!! Very cool and very happy to hear. If NL can make it from San Diego (and Hammer and Quaint1 from the UK), then surely other card collectors from PA, NJ, NY, etc. can make it as well. Really looking forward to seeing you there NL.
 
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If NL can make it from San Diego (and Hammer and Quaint1 from the UK), then surely other card collectors from PA, NJ, NY, etc. can make it as well.



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Or dust off your pounds!

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Yes, I have paid! I did that right after I registered. Smile
 
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Nice Curler! Tilted Kilt at least twice! Big Grin

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I don't think I've been to the Tilted Kilt...
Au Res.,
Paul (who is, obviously, going to the Card Talk meeting!

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