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I haven’t heard yet.

It must mean that they’re printing my tickets even as we speak!   :dance:

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10 minutes ago, David in FL said:

I haven’t heard yet.

You can log in to see. I was rejected, but that doesn't matter much anymore. If I want to go I can go.

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47 minutes ago, iacas said:

You can log in to see. I was rejected, but that doesn't matter much anymore. If I want to go I can go.

Ugh I wish I could say that. Been trying like crazy to go for last 20 years and just have been getting crap luck. The gold gods hate me.

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Are people getting an email that they weren't selected?  I never get an email saying I wasn't selected, I always have to log in to find out.

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Add me to the list of rejection.

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I have been rejected in my first attempt. I feel like I am part of an exclusive club. I am a complete golfer now. :-P

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19 hours ago, boogielicious said:

I have been rejected in my first attempt. I feel like I am part of an exclusive club. I am a complete golfer now. :-P

Same. Rejected. First time trying. Top bucket list trip though. Will try every year til the end. 

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On 7/8/2019 at 9:52 PM, David in FL said:

I haven’t heard yet.

It must mean that they’re printing my tickets even as we speak!   :dance:

Well, apparently they weren’t printing my tickets...  :-(

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