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#1 Post by DavePSB » Thu 01 Dec 2005, 10:05 pm

I'm very impressed with how quick the renewal was. I had my renewal slip from Literally 28 but hadn't bothered to renew until I knew #29 was being posted.
I sent off my form last Monday and received the new edition today, plus the PSB 'Release' tour scarf and keyring. The fan club are apparently out of t-shirts that are sent on renewal...
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#2 Post by StevePSB » Thu 01 Dec 2005, 10:36 pm

I forgot for a while and when I did renew exactly the same as happened to me. I'd have rather the t-shirt, but was happy with the alternative.

I have very little to complain about with the fan club. In fact, only one thing springs to mind. Last year I didn't get the Christmas card/DVD, although I was promised it was sent, so if that's the case it's the Post Offices fault.


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#3 Post by Vicki » Fri 02 Dec 2005, 1:32 pm

When I entered the club 2 years ago (I was trying to do it earlier but failed) I was sent a few cards and a poster from the Bilingual era. I didn't know then how to renew so a few months ago sent to the club the application form with money again and got 3 badges and a keyring and a few words from Neil and Chris with this wonderful phrase: "We won't be giving you a membership card or badges for we think that you as a Pet Shop Boys fan don't want to receive such meaningless rubbish" :lol: :lol: :lol:

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#4 Post by Paulo » Fri 02 Dec 2005, 1:49 pm

I've just had to renew after #29 and the renewal gift is now a "rip wallet"

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#5 Post by 13thJoerg » Fri 02 Dec 2005, 3:10 pm

Actually I didn't get my Literally. Neither did I get a renewal form with the last Literally. So while I am not sure if I am still member of the Club or not, I was thinking about sending a new membership form. Now I see that the membership form on the official homepage says it costs 17 euro for europeans. Someones else mentioned here it is 28 euro. So what info is right? And where do I get a correct form? Or should I still wait if a Literally arrives yet?

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#6 Post by Vicki » Fri 02 Dec 2005, 5:55 pm

13thJoerg wrote:Actually I didn't get my Literally. Neither did I get a renewal form with the last Literally. So while I am not sure if I am still member of the Club or not, I was thinking about sending a new membership form. Now I see that the membership form on the official homepage says it costs 17 euro for europeans. Someones else mentioned here it is 28 euro. So what info is right? And where do I get a correct form? Or should I still wait if a Literally arrives yet?
I think you should wait a while - I haven't got my renewal form yet too and if there's still no anything from the club download the application form from the official site again and pay the price written in it.

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#7 Post by Chrispsb » Sat 03 Dec 2005, 11:43 am

13thJoerg wrote:Actually I didn't get my Literally. Neither did I get a renewal form with the last Literally. So while I am not sure if I am still member of the Club or not, I was thinking about sending a new membership form. Now I see that the membership form on the official homepage says it costs 17 euro for europeans. Someones else mentioned here it is 28 euro. So what info is right? And where do I get a correct form? Or should I still wait if a Literally arrives yet?
17 Euros: new entry
28 Euros: renewal

or should there be another silly poll on it?

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#8 Post by Flaffer » Sat 03 Dec 2005, 12:12 pm

Chrispsb wrote:17 Euros: new entry
28 Euros: renewal

or should there be another silly poll on it?
:? am I being thick or is that absolutely stupid, just keep on sending off a new renewal form, or get a friend to do it, thereby saving yourself 11 Euros
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#9 Post by psb-freak » Sat 03 Dec 2005, 1:43 pm

I´ll get the wallet as soon as hey get my payment and manage to send one. :D Can´t wait. My friend who used to be member is now dead jealous. :lol:
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#10 Post by Joemoz » Sat 03 Dec 2005, 3:03 pm

It's £17 or €28 to join or renew membership. Of course it isn't more expensive to renew.
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#11 Post by 13thJoerg » Sat 03 Dec 2005, 4:55 pm

...but why is the print form on the official homepage saying 11,50 pound or 17 euro, then?

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#12 Post by StevePSB » Sat 03 Dec 2005, 5:58 pm

Probably due to the costs of taking the stated currencies and the £ to Euro difference.


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#13 Post by Chrispsb » Sat 03 Dec 2005, 11:02 pm

-CONFUSION-

is it 28 eu to renew now or what?

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#14 Post by Vicki » Tue 06 Dec 2005, 9:06 am

It's written in my renewal form they will send the 'ripper' wallet.

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