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FOR You CARD

FOR You CARD

Our aim is to maintain a territory where fun and safety on trails are king and queen!
 

If you have enjoyed, enjoy daily or will enjoy all of what we have to offer, then you have to get the FOR YOU CARD, an innovative tool designed to collect resources for territory maintenance. This will be the best way for you to play a vital role in our project to protect and better develop the Finale Region.

 

You can use your FOR YOU CARD and earn points in all of the Region’s outdoor services. More down in the article!

The Card is valid for one calendar year, from January 1st to December 31st each year.

 

Keep reading!

WHY SHOULD YOU GET THE FOR YOU CARD?

The FOR You CARD is our local way to contribute to the maintenance, promotion and well-being of out stunning landscape, territory and network of trails.

Once you'll get the card, you won't have to pay anymore. Every single time you swipe it, the activity you purchased from will send a part of the income straight to Trail-building and you will only gather points that will grant coupons and discounts!

Every swipe on your side is support to trail maintenance on ours!

HOW DOES IT WORK?

  1. Buy the card from us (10€ once) and register;
     

  2. With the card you'll get:
    - our MTB TRAIL MAP
    - a 15-day Outdooractive PRO access
    - 500 points;
     

  3. Swipe your card on scan the QR Code on your card every time you buy a product or a service (ex.: a guided tour with us, a shuttle uplift, a meal at a restaurant or a beer in a pub) and start earning points;
     

  4. With every purchase you contribute towards maintaining trails!
     

  5. With every purchase you earn points you can use to retrieve coupons or discounts!

WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DO?

  • Buy the card and register

  • Buy products/services from us or FOR partners

  • Use the card and earn points

  • Check out the webapp to view your points balance

  • Get discounts and coupons

GET YOUR FOR You CARD:

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