Discussion in 'Adult League & Tournament Talk' started by Ruuzo, Jan 18, 2007.
anyone have a promo code for usta membership?
I just got one in the mail but can't locate it. I'm sure if you call the USTA and tell them you lost your promo they will honor the discount. I think it was $25 which is better than $40.
Bummer, since I paid mine for 5 years last month.
I told them that and they said no way jose. I'm like you don't want a new usta member to join? NOPE. Wow...way to promote your sport.
no offense, but do you think they're really bummed that you didn't join because you missed the promo?
you need them, more then they need you if you are truly serious about tennis and playing tournaments and leagues.
My Section said the promo was good through Dec. 31 only.
Seeing $$ signs?
If you're down to your last fifteen bucks, I suggest you buy groceries. Tennis is kind of an expensive sport...
OK, here is a promo code: L107 Membership is $25 dollars and good through 2/28/07 and besides the Tennis magazine you get a free XL long-sleeve t-shirt.
You can click here: http://www.usta.com/misc_pages/custom.sps?iType=1927&icustompageid=15308 or call 800-447-1700
Here is another one I posted on my website. I just joined today and got the $25 one year rate.
Depends on the level of seriousness, your NTRP level and the where you are located. In my area you could play nonUSTA tourneys and leagues up to 4.5. Obviously there are no nationals. If you are 5.0 and over you probably need to join USTA for tourneys. as there no 5.0 leagues here.
hey man thanks for the code. i just signed up with it. nice site by the way. i love the domain name.
Upgrade Your Commitment to the Game
Upgrade to a 5-year membership now and receive:
One year FREE, plus a FREE US Open Sports Bag!
Click here or call 800-990-8782 and use code 904 for this offer*.
Get a free sports bag PROMO Code 904
USe it but you have to do a five year with one year free....
4506 worked for me today.
I am still trying to find a discounted 2009 USTA promo code.
The best I know of is only a free US Open hat code. Posted on website:
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