Joining the SCA as a Member could save you money simply by showing your membership card in store or using one of the discount options available. It’s easy to make back the cost of your membership - if not more!
For example, getting a 15% discount on purchases totalling £260 over a year would save you the cost of your annual individual membership.
No matter what kit you are looking to stock up on you could save a few pounds and with a number of large companies on the list covering a real mix of outdoor activities there is something for everyone!
5 ways we can save you money:
1. Discount at the SCA Campsite - Our campsite is at the Old Station Yard, Grandtully near Aberfeldy. The site is just a short walk with easy access the River Tay and canoe slalom site at Grandtully rapids.
2. The Civil Liability Insurance - This includes up to £10 million in cover as part of your membership. This policy covers the cost of defending yourself against a claim in the event that you are held responsible for an injury to someone else or damage to their property.
3. Boat Insurance Canoe and Kayak Insurance - This provided by Towergate. Prices are competitive against other providers and you are covered for both competitive and recreational paddles and for all types of water whether flat or white water. It also includes cover for your paddle.
4. Member Discounts - With companies including Cotswold Outdoor, Reed Chillcheater and Karitek offering discount on purchases. Plus hundreds of others discounts through Membership Advantages (Full Membership only). To see the full list of companies please see Scottish Paddler Magazine or the Website here.
5. Discounts and Access to Courses and Events - including Star Awards, Safety Training, Coaching Updates and Paddle Scotland Tours. Members save money on the fees for many of these courses and events.
When you think Full SCA Membership is the equivalent of £3.25 a month or 75p a week, you get a lot for your money!
It is the best time to join with Red Week coming next week!: seven days of red hot savings, which kicks off on Monday.