TNYA’s Common Workout Fee Structure

There are three ways to pay for swimming, diving, and some polo workouts: pay at the door, buy a Splash Card, or buy a weekly subscription. In addition to that, there are two small annual fees. Members in financial need can apply for Paul Fortoul Fellowships.

Walk-In

What is it?
Walk into the pool and pay for one practice at a time.

How much does it cost?
$20 per practice.

How do I pay?
By check made out to TNYA or cash (exact bills only, please) on the pool deck.

Splash Card

What is it?
6 or 12 pre-paid swimming and/or diving practices. Also good for some, but not all, water polo practices. Cards do not expire and are transferable.

How much does it cost?
$15 per practice ($90 for 6 practices, $180 for 12).

How do I pay?
By debit/credit card through your online member account or by check on the pool deck.

Subscription

What is it?
A monthly commitment to pay for a chosen number of weekly swimming and/or diving practices. (But not water polo.)

How much does it cost?
About $10 per practice. The more practices you commit to pay for, the cheaper each practice is: $46 a month for a once-a-week subscription, $89 for twice, $124 for thrice a week and $145 per month for unlimited swimming.

If I swim less than the number of my subscribed practices in one week, can I make up the next week?
No. Subscriptions are “use it (within the week) or lose it.” A week begins Monday and ends Sunday.

How do I pay?
Create an online member account. Your card will be charged monthly until you cancel.

How do I change or cancel my subscription?
Email our team administrator.

What if some weeks I want to swim more than what I subscribed for?
You can pay for extra practices with splash-card punches or the walk-in fee.

I’m joining the team in the middle of a subscription period. Will you pro-rate my subscription fees?
Absolutely.

And Bear In Mind

TNYA annual dues
The yearly membership fee for TNYA is $75. It’s renewed automatically every January, so be sure to let us know if you decide to leave the team.

National membership
You need to be a member of the national body for your sport — US Masters Swimming, USA Diving, or USA Water Polo — in order to practice with us. The annual fees for these organizations are about $40, less if you join late in the year.

If you need help
Swimmers in circumstances of financial hardship are invited to apply for a Paul Fortoul Fellowship.

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