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Radioddity 10th Anniversary Giveaway


Enter for a chance to get your FCC Application Fee covered!


$1 Raffle has been one of the most popular events in the previous years at radioddity.com. In the past, we donated the remaining raffle profit to the ARRL for various funds to benefit the Amateur Radio community. This time we want to try something new - to help cover your FCC Application Fee in 2022.

The $35 application fee applies to new, renewal, rule waiver, and modification applications that request a new vanity call sign. The fee will be per application.

Who can enter?
Anyone who paid the FCC Application Fee in 2022.

In what method does Radioddity cover the fee?
According to our financial system condition, Radioddity provides two options to you
1. Transfer the fee to customer’s PayPal account ($35)
2. Send a radioddity.com gift card ($35)

How many members will be draw?
It depends on the quantity of the 10th Anniversary Raffle sold. Therefore, join with us to help more radio operators!

When will I know the result?
Members will be announced on this page on August 24th.

How to enter?
Just submit a form below to help us confirm your information.




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Related Information

1. New Amateur Radio Application Fees Effective
FCC $35 Amateur Application Fees Effective April 19, 2022

2. Individuals
$35 FEE: new, renewal, rule waiver, and modification applications that request a new vanity call sign. The fee will be per application.
NO FEE: administrative updates, such as a change of name, mailing or email address, modification applications to upgrade an amateur radio licensee’s operator class or to request a sequentially issued call sign and license cancellation.

3. Amateur Radio Clubs
$35 FEE: new, renewal, rule waiver, and modification applications that request a new vanity call sign. The fee will be per application.
NO FEE: administrative updates, such as a change of name, change of trustee, mailing or email address, modification applications to request a sequentially issued call sign and license cancellation.
 


3 comments

  • mark k fishler

    Nice contest. I like how Radioditty does business. Thanks for the opportunity to get my $35 back from the fcc9dt

  • Tommy E Hyde

    After I entered my email, the rest of the form disappeared. I had an FCC GMRS Application for callsign WRTG989.

  • Lloyd LaCross

    My last payment to the FCC was for my grms license

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