QSL cards and Awards
| This page is designed to
help you on sending and receiving QSL cards for receiving ARRL
WAS, WAC & DXCC awards.
Sending your QSL cards to foreign amateurs is very economical by sending them through the ARRL Outgoing QSL Service. Your ticket for using this service is proof of ARRL Membership and just $4.00 per 1/2 pound, approximately 75 cards. Or 10 cards or fewer for $1.00.
For sending your QSL cards via the bureau, go to;
ARRL's Outgoing QSL Service- http://www.arrl.org/qsl/qslout.html
For receiving QSL cards via the bureau, go to;
ARRL's Incoming QSL Bureau- http://www.arrl.org/qsl/qslin.html
Then go to your 'Call area bureau',
for instance the '5' area. Find your area bureau manager's
address and then send them several SASE addressed to yourself, and your callsign clearly marked in the upper left
hand corner, plus enough postage for return mail. One
stamp is good for 5 or 7 cards.
You can also send them money and they will make up envelopes for you. Cost- $.50 per envelope, $1 minimum. No more then $5.00 (10 cards) please. Along with your money, also send them your name and address labels, plus call sign labels.
The ARRL has a US Award Managers (Card Checkers) Search Page
For getting your QSL cards checked locally, contact;
Kevin Manzer AC5DK
ARRL HF & VHF Awards Manager
His E-mail address is- [email protected]
His HomePage is- http://www.qsl.net/ac5dk/
His Awards WebSite is- http://www.qsl.net/ac5dk/awards/awardmgr.html
If you need your cards checked, he tries to attend several HamFest's each year, like Russellville.
This is the much sought after W5GFC QSL card, hi hi
|For a quick turn-around|
|Please mail your cards with SASE to,|
|Greers Ferry ARC|
|James H. Moore|
|Greers Ferry, AR 72067|
Email - Ken
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