COF MEMBERS:  Please follow these steps to complete your no-charge registration for COF events.

Step 1:  be sure you are logged in to ( with your username and password.

Step 2:  go to and copy (or write down) the promocode.

Step 3:  click on the ‘Register for Condochat‘ link in the newsletter or event reminder email OR go to the ‘Events‘ tab on the COF website, locate the event you wish to register for and click on the ‘Register Here‘ link.


Step 4:  from the Eventbrite event, click on ‘Tickets‘.

Step 5:  click on the ‘Enter promocode‘ link on the left-hand side of the page above ‘Admission’. PLEASE NOTE: If you are using a tablet or mobile, scrolling within the ticketing window may cause the promocode link to disappear from view. To resolve, scroll back up and it will reappear.

Step 6paste (or type) the promocode into the promocode field.

Step 7:  click ‘apply‘.

A message will appear, indicating that a 100% discount has been applied AND the ticket price will have a line through it.

At this point, if you have encountered any issues applying the promocode, please email and we will manually add you to the event. Please DO NOT proceed further with the registration process.  

Step 8:  click on ‘checkout‘ to complete your no-charge registration.

To add the event to your calendar, click on the ‘Add to Calendar‘ link on the event page in Eventbrite.

Watch for the emails from Eventbrite confirming your registration and ENJOY THE EVENT!

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