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Income Eco Run 2020 [CANCELLED]

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Website: https://incomeecorun.sg 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IncomeEcoRun/
Race Registration Link: https://ecorun.events-sign-up.com/cgi-bin/registration/2020/prereg.cgi

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Race Entitlements

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[COMMENT] $5 fee inflation over 2019 fee but still one of the cheapest HM on the race calendar especially for Income policyholder. One of my few remaining streak races so will definitely be signing up. 

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My streak event too, except this year gave a miss, even I already have book a slot, due to injury. Signing up now.

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On 11/20/2019 at 1:01 AM, Ender said:

My streak event too, except this year gave a miss, even I already have book a slot, due to injury. Signing up now.

Can sign up already?

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2 hours ago, AutumnRunner said:

Can sign up already?

 I went i that day, cannot sign up. Sorry didn't report back. 😅😅

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Race registration has opened. Link, fee and entitlements updated in the first post.

Income ran the promo for the 1st 50 sign ups to sign up for any race category at 50c, $50 for first 50 buddies and 50% off for first 5 mixed team. (Income is celebrating their 50th anniversary next year)

Of cos the registration server promptly clashed and by the time I managed to get to the registration link at 1238, all slots were fully taken up. 

Anyone hear managed to snag the 50c race slot? :crazysmile:

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Managed to signed for the the 50 cents promo race. I wasn't easy, the server crashes several times. Finally made it thru,

 

 

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11 minutes ago, lonewolf said:

Race registration has opened. Link, fee and entitlements updated in the first post.

Income ran the promo for the 1st 50 sign ups to sign up for any race category at 50c, $50 for first 50 buddies and 50% off for first 5 mixed team. (Income is celebrating their 50th anniversary next year)

Of cos the registration server promptly clashed and by the time I managed to get to the registration link at 1238, all slots were fully taken up. 

Anyone hear managed to snag the 50c race slot? :crazysmile:

I got it 50 cents at around 1:30pm. I guess you didn't enter the promo code, like I did at first. 

⭐ 50CENTS ⭐ 

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24 minutes ago, Ender said:

I got it 50 cents at around 1:30pm. I guess you didn't enter the promo code, like I did at first. 

⭐ 50CENTS ⭐ 

Alamak! How stupid of me! :fool:

Congrats for snagging the 50c race slot! :goodjob:

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57 minutes ago, lonewolf said:

Alamak! How stupid of me! :fool:

Congrats for snagging the 50c race slot! :goodjob:

I also gong gong at first. Went thru two times to payment and it reflect $42. 

Then reread the facebook announcement, and realise the promo code there. It wasn't obvious. I guess many have missed that too. 

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Stupid server and I tried from 1230 till 1.30pm still cannot get the 50cents... ends up I get the buddy promo... $25 

 

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After keeping trying, luckily I got one 50CENTS slot, at around 1:45PM.

Just need to concentrate on the web page, regardless of the errors on the top of web page being thrown out, then still need to wait for a while until the page is fully loaded. If it's not working, then refresh the web page and repeat it. (Do not check face book and see other people's complaint, while you are doing this... 😅). It's the same feeling when you grab the tickets from sistic web site... "Patience" is the key word. 

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18 hours ago, activerun said:

Missed the TS50cfull.jpg.1d6f8c11c4bf11f82fe714444046514b.jpgregistration fees!

Paid Full Marathon ($42) price for Half Marathon (21.1Km) race ! :phew:

wah liew..never see my post?

 

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2 hours ago, stalky79 said:

wah liew..never see my post?

 i have a 21.1km slot to let go at $25

No time to browse all the posts! It's ok stalky79 !

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On 12/4/2019 at 11:05 PM, AutumnRunner said:

Still better than me... totally forgot about the registration date ....

AutumnRunner, this is one of my favorite run (well organized) since Run 350!

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On 12/6/2019 at 1:44 PM, activerun said:

AutumnRunner, this is one of my favorite run (well organized) since Run 350!

yah man.... i have been running this race since.... 2010 i think.....

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