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  #2493448 28-May-2020 10:44
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hi there

 

would love to share, but the club is in the process of building and migrating from existing solution - apologies just reread my original post and it was not clear. they went through this selection process earlier in the year as waterpolo nz (https://www.waterpolo.org.nz/home/) use them and made sense to follow suit.

 

This is a good example https://www.revolutionise.com.au/cysm/home/ of the capability and https://www.cronullawaterpolo.com.au/home/

 

here is pricing which is hard to find on their site https://www.revolutionise.com.au/pricing/

 

I have a webinar that I can post, if you are interested...


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  #2493452 28-May-2020 10:50
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This is another good site https://www.portmacquariehockey.com.au/home/ we looked at and "played" around on - shop works without sign up and you can go through the registration too


 
 
 
 


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  #2493743 28-May-2020 15:42
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And actually thinking about it further, Patreon would be another possible option. Don't know why I didn't think of it earlier.




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  #2493768 28-May-2020 16:11
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Thanks for these suggestions. I am struggling to see where the benefit would be though, when compared to something like Stripe or PayPal where we add a simple button/link on our existing site which takes the user to the payment portal and they can enter their details and credit card etc. From what I understand both these portals can do automatic recurring or one-off payments. I just need to ensure we can get the list of names/emails of those that have made payments, which I am sure isn't hard.

 

The fees aren't too bad, for Stripe it is 2.9% + $0.30 per txn. PayPal a little more. This would potentially take away most of the current headaches for $1.03 per $25 membership.


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