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There are two ways to pay at BHHC, you can pay yearly or you can pay weekly.
If you want to pay weekly you need to pay your yearly membership (subs) to do so. The subs fee covers the cost of coaching, insurance and general membership to the club, on top of this you’ll need to pay weekly for every game you play – this set-up is best for people who play only about half the games in the season. Match fees have been calculated to include the cost of pitch hire and teas (so you might as well go and hang out in the clubhouse after the match to hang out with your team and the opposition after the match)
The other option is a season ticket. A season ticket is inclusive of a player’s subs and all league matches, friendlies and cup games are not included in season tickets. Season tickets are calculated based on the number of games your team plays in the season, minus four games i.e. if you buy a season ticket you get four games for free. This is why some teams pay much more than other teams – they play many more matches in a season.
If you have an umpiring qualification, for every match you umpire you can get a match for free – speak to Di Tipping if you are interested in taking this option.
Payment stages on Pitchero
Stage 1: Go to the BHHC Homepage on Pitchero, select 'Payments'
Stage 2: Scroll down, down and down until you find the correct payment option (subs at the top, season tickets in the middle and match fees at the bottom.)
Stage 3: Check the amount, check the name and hit confirm
Stage 4: Enter your details and press continue
Suggestion – I would always pay via the site rather than the app, it’s more intuitive.
We use an intermediary called GoCardless, this is the name that will appear on your bill/bank statements. They ask for all your details as there they do provide an instalment option, please see above.
Please note – because some of the juniors pay the same prices as the adults there are question options and checkboxes that don’t apply to the adults – please either ignore them and/or tick ‘yes’ to them.
Updated 22:55 - 8 Oct 2017 by Atul Patel