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Mandarin Summer Student Membership

Discussion in 'Mandarin Badminton' started by headphones, Apr 25, 2008.

  1. headphones

    headphones Regular Member

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    Hello,

    Just wondering if anyone ever bought this summer student membership before, and if they can share their experience with it, as I'm considering joining.

    Thanks
     
  2. deadman85

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    im thinking of getting the full junior membership fee...because it's gonna be alot cheaper than the summer membership fee since im hoping to play more often now...

    i called them this morning and planning to go in as a first time guest to check the place out...said it'll cost $12.50 and we get to play for 3 hrs, and if u buy membership, they'll waive the guest fee for the day...
    planning to go sometime this weekday w/ my friend...
     
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    what does the summer student membership include? what will the pricing be? any coaching involved or just purly court time and/or discounts on club stuff?
     
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    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Memberships valid only from May 1st to Sept 15th. Monday to Saturday 3:30 – close & full day on Sunday

    Members must currently enrol in High School or Post-Secondary School

    $5 court fee per visit applies

    as for discounts, dun think they give any more summer students membership...
    only discount would be for dining and golfing, but u need full membership, i even asked if they would have discounts at pro-shop and they said no...

    and it should be just court time to play, even for regular membership, it's just court time, coaching is extra
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  5. deadman85

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    so any body recently joined or planning to join?
    cause i am looking for people to play there...
    i don't like walking in there alone
     
  6. TonyWdq

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    me and a friend might join, but schedule might conflict as we both are taking summer courses for university and if we can find cheaper alternatives soon it might not happen at all
     
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    So its 60$ for membership and an additional 5$ everytime u decide to go play?
     
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    TonyWdq Regular Member

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    if its your first time then yes

    if you've gotten membership there before its $30 for the 4 months left of this summer and $5 for each drop in

    not bad really, but drop in fees adds up
     
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    i think the drop in fees is ok, $5 per visit, same as if you were going to centennial or armadale, but this $5 allows you to play anytime (after 3pm) and as long as you want.
    so unlike the other places, you can go any day of the week rather than just that just specific days...
     
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    anyone know what their beginner-intermediate summer camps are like?
     

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