Ticket Ice

ticket ice

Ticket Ice is drop-in ice available to skaters outside of our regular session ice. Sessions are billed on a per hour-or-less basis. This means if skaters only skate 30 mins, the cost will still be the full 60 mins.
Please note when signing in: 1 check mark = 30 mins therefore 3 check marks means you will be billed for 2 hours.

Ticket Ice Etiquette

It is expected all users of Ticket Ice understand and will adhere to the Ticket Ice Etiquette Policy. Any TFSC coach, administrative staff or board member have the right to ask skaters to leave the ice if they are not adhering to our Ticket Ice Etiquette Policy. Repeated offenses will result in a loss of ticket ice usage privileges.
All ticket ice users (coaches and skaters) must be currently registered with Skate Canada.
Any TFSC coach, administrative staff or board member is permitted to request proof of payment, proof of registration with Skate Canada and/or proof of coaching membership with Skate Canada.
Only Skate Canada Certified coaches are to be teaching skaters. Parents are prohibited from coaching from rink-side or bleachers.
If skaters or parents have complaints regarding ticket ice, they are to direct it to the board of directors via email: thornhillfsc@gmail.com
Skater’s whose music is playing have right of way. Skaters are allowed a maximum of 2 run-throughs per session to make ice usage fair.
Absolutely no kicking of the boards or the ice, excessive yelling or swearing will be tolerated.
Coaches are not permitted to teach in the middle of the ice if the session is very busy.
Skaters are to practice spins in the middle of the ice.
CanSkaters or STAR 1 skaters must be taught by the boards and in a lesson with a coach.
The goal is to create a positive and hardworking training environment for athletes. Respect to all coaches and skaters is demanded.
Failure to adhere to Ticket Ice Etiquette by parents or skaters will result in a loss of ticket ice usage privileges.

 

Payment Options

Non-TFSC Members ($15 per hour or less): Must pay by cash or online through Amilia BEFORE stepping on the ice.
To pay cash:
1. Please fill out a ticket ice envelope, which can be found in the time keepers box in both the West and East Arena
2. Place exact change in envelope and place inside the Ticket Ice Box. The Ticket Ice Box is a brown, locked box also located inside the time keepers box
3. Please sign in on sign in sheet. This can be found on a clipboard beside the arena entrance.

 

To pay online:
1. Please go to our website www.tfsc.ca. On the top right hand corner you will see a button that says “Register”. Please click this button.
2. This will take you to our online registration system, Amilia. Please login and/or create an account by clicking “Login” in the top right hand corner.
3. Please click on the “Ticket Ice” program.
4. Please add the desired time/day to your cart for your skater. Please note: sessions are not available to register once the start of the session has passed (eg; if the session begins at 7:00 am, you cannot register at 7:01 am, it will be closed). Sessions are available to pre-purchase up to 2 weeks in advance.
5. Please click “Checkout”.
6. Follow the instructions. Please read and agree to our Ticket Ice Etiquette Policy, Ticket Ice Final Sale Policy and Privacy Policy.
7. Input payment information.
8. You will receive a payment confirmation and invoice in the email on your account. Keep this for your records.

 

Current TFSC Members ($12 per hour or less): Must pay cash, online through Amilia BEFORE stepping on the ice or pay via monthly billing.
To pay cash:
1. Please fill out a ticket ice envelope, which can be found in the time keepers box in both the West and East Arena
2. Place exact change in envelope and place inside the Ticket Ice Box. The Ticket Ice Box is a brown, locked box also located inside the time keepers box
3. Please sign in on sign in sheet. This can be found on a clipboard beside the arena entrance.
To pay online:
1. Please go to our website www.tfsc.ca. On the top right hand corner you will see a button that says “Register”. Please click this button.
2. This will take you to our online registration system, Amilia. Please login and/or create an account by clicking “Login” in the top right hand corner.
3. Please click on the “Ticket Ice” program.
4. Please add the desired time/day to your cart for your skater. Please note: sessions are not available to register once the start of the session has passed (eg; if the session begins at 7:00 am, you cannot register at 7:01 am, it will be closed). Sessions are available to pre-purchase up to 2 weeks in advance.
5. Please click “Checkout”. Sessions will automatically adjust to $12 per hour or less upon clicking “Checkout”.
6. Follow the instructions. Please read and agree to our Ticket Ice Etiquette Policy, Ticket Ice Final Sale Policy and Privacy Policy.
7. Input payment information.
8. You will receive a payment confirmation and invoice in the email on your account. Keep this for your records.

 

For monthly billing:
1. Please ensure you have purchased a TFSC Home Club membership by either registering for our regular evening sessions or purchasing a TFSC Home Club Skate Canada membership, all done online through Amilia.
2. Ensure you are signing in on the Ticket Ice sign in sheet every time your skater skates. Failure to do so will results in a loss of TFSC Ticket Ice usage privileges.
3. By the 5th of every month, you will receive an invoice from Amilia with your Ticket Ice usage. If there are any discrepancies, you must contact the office immediately at thornhillfsc@gmail.com. Payments must be made by the 15th of every month. Late payments are subject to a late fee and failure to pay ticket ice fees will result in a loss of Ticket Ice privileges