Sponsored By:   Twin Cities Orthopedics
Eden Prairie, MN
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What is SCRIP?
SCRIP is a vendor rebate program used by schools, sport clubs, churches and other non-profit organizations to raise money using merchant certificates. SCRIP offers your family the opportunity to purchase gift cards for things you use every day like gas, clothing, groceries and dining. Retailers that participate in the SCRIP program reward your loyalty to their stores by providing a rebate to your organization per their defined agreement. 

There is a detailed user guide available that provided detailed instructions on using the site (Family User Guide: link). 

A short YouTube video about SCRIP Fundraising can be viewed here.

Who can buy SCRIP?
All EP Fastpitch families are welcome to purchase SCRIP. Please don't be offended if we call to verify your identity. SCRIP programs are subject to fraud and we need to be careful.

Is there a cost to participate?
No. There are absolutely no costs to participate. Participation in the SCRIP program is completely voluntary and simply requires preplanning to purchase the gift cards you need.

How do I enroll in the EP Fastpitch SCRIP Program?
There are three main steps that must be completed prior to your first order:

  1. You must first create an online account with the shopwithscrip website.
    • Start at this webpage to enroll: link.
      • Enter EP Fastpitch’s enrollment code: 98C2942955836
    • Create a username and add profile information. ​
  2. All payments must be made through Great Lakes Scrip Center's PrestoPay feature. The PrestoPay registration process is a multi-step process that takes 2-3 days to complete, so be sure to get registered several days before you wish to participate. 

    PrestoPay setup must be fully completed before placing an order. If the PrestoPay option is not available to them at the time they are placing their order, they need to cancel out and wait. Any orders placed before PrestoPay setup is complete will be cancelled as there is no way to change the payment type after the order is placed.

    A short YouTubevideo about PrestoPay can be viewed here.
  3. Upon enrollment, EP Fastpitch requires that each scrip account or card issued have a completed Scrip Program Agreement (download here) and Program Pick-Up Waiver Form (download here) on file.

    ​If you have enrollment questions or have completed Scrip Program Agreement and PickUp Waiver forms ready, they may be submitted via email to the fundraising coordinator at  . Failure to submit these documents will result in exclusion from the scrip program. 

How can I buy something from SCRIP?
SCRIP may be purchased Online at www.shopwithscrip.com.

Can I pay for SCRIP with a credit card?
Unfortunately, the EP Fastpitch cannot accept credit card payments for SCRIP orders. The only acceptable form of payment is direct debit from your checking account (PrestoPay - $0.15 charge per order regardless of the number of cards being purchased via www.shopwithscrip.com).

What if my order is returned due to insufficient funds?
A $30 charge will be assessed to any order that is returned due to insufficient funds. This fee is in addition to any fee your bank may charge. In addition, the order in question will be held until the $30 insufficient funds fee is paid and the order total is paid. Upon a second insufficient funds, the board may revoke your Scrip purchasing.

Do I have to order every week?
No. There are no requirements for ordering. You can order as frequently or infrequently as you like.

What are the delivery options for my order?
We have a few options for pickup and delivery of Scrip physical cards. If you wish to have someone other than yourself transport your SCRIP order, you must specify your agent on the Program Pickup Waiver Form. If you deem it to be your child, you will need to evaluate if your child is responsible enough to carry your order. The EP Fastpitch cannot be responsible for SCRIP orders once they have been given to your designated individual.

What if the gift cards get lost?
SCRIP is considered cash and should be treated as such. Unfortunately, the EP Fastpitch Association cannot be responsible if gift cards are lost while in your possession.

ScripNow! allows you to buy and print gift cards from home. This convenient option is available only to families signed up at www.shopwithscrip.com and enrolled in PrestoPay. There are currently 383 vendors (as of 9/7/2017) participating in ScripNow! A list of these vendors can be acquired on this webpage; on the left, set the Card Type  to "ScripNow"

A short YouTube video about ScripNow! can be viewed here.

Are the gift cards reloadable?
Many of the gift cards are reloadable. The original card must be purchased through SCRIP program and then reloaded online at 
www.shopwithscrip.com. There are currently 123 vendors (as of 9/7/2017) who allow you to reload their gift cards. A list of these vendors can be acquired on this webpage; on the left, set the Card Type to "Reload".

A short YouTube video about Reload & ReloadNow! can be viewed here.

Where can I see a complete list of SCRIP offerings?
Use this link to acquire a complete, alphabetical list of participating vendors. Use this link to acquire to see a list of participating vendors by category.

Who do I contact with questions about SCRIP?
Email any questions concerning the SCRIP program to  . The volunteer coordinator(s) will respond promptly to your requests.

How often can I order?
With "Shop With Scrip", you can order ScripNow (using Presto Pay) and get gift cards immediately, any time! Due to the popularity of the ScripNow program, we will only be placing orders for "plastic" or traditional gift cards approximately twice a month on the first and third Friday of every month.

Orders for plastic cards will be placed every once a month during the off season (August-April). 

A short YouTube video about MyScripWallet can be viewed here.

What happens to the SCRIP program during the off-season?
During off-season you can still utilize the Scrip program and continue to accumulate rebates. EP Fastpitch will continue keep a record of these accumulating funds during this time and apply them for the ensuing season as per your agreement.

What if I have accumulated SCRIP but am no longer a participant?
If 60 days after tryouts you have not contacted the EP Fastpitch Association with your intentions regarding continuation in the program, the EP Fastpitch Association will consume any funds remaining from your family account.

How will SCRIP funds be applied?
EP Fastpitch will apply SCRIP funds per the signed agreement that will be kept on file.

How can I keep track of what I have raised so far?
The nice thing about using ShopWithScrip is that they keep track of all of this for us! You can log into your account at any time and obtain information regarding your account, such as an order history and account activity. Or, your coordinator can run a report for you at any time that summarizes what you have raised so far with the program. You will also receive a statement with your gift cards each time you order.