• Membership Benefits

    We aim to offer members communication, value for money, a insight into your regional meetings, exclusive discounts + deals and a sense of being a part of something special!

    Club GTI is dedicated to bringing its members real discount in order that your membership pays for itself. We have a number of discount schemes in place with national retailers to ensure that you, the members, get the best out of your Club GTI membership!

    Start saving with Club GTI

    We arrange some of the nation's biggest and best retailers and suppliers of VAG related parts and styling, including GSF Car Parts. We also arrange group buys and some of our members are sufficiently innovative that they even produce their own products!

    • Your Club GTI Membership card and your coveted and universally recognnised Club GTI windscreen sticker (normally £3.50).
    • Discounted Club GTI stickers exclusive Club GTI merchandise.
    • Access to forum advice from dealer technicians and parts staff.
    • Discounts on parts and servicing with many VAG related suppliers and companies, including:
    GSF Car Parts - 10% discount over the counter, over 10% via mail order
    Euro Car Parts (Leeds branch only) 5 to 10% discount (Contact Stuart on 0113 394 5000).
    AA Membership 25% discount first year, 10% thereafter.
    RAC Membership discount.
    Used Car Checks - £5 discount on 140 Point Check service (08700 46 86 02).
    Footman James Insurance discount.
    Flowed cylinder heads - access to trade supplier discount.
    Frost Autorestoration Techniques - 12% Discount Scheme for Club GTI members
    Auto Silicone Hoses (ASH) - discount
    Dealer discounts - where available.
    Monthly regional meets local to you.
    • Member only competitions and preferential access to group buys
    • Preferential access to group buys and products
    • Discounted entry & track time at the Club's Trackday Tour events

    These are exclusive offers for Club GTI Paid Members only.

    If you wish to make use of the offers, please have your membership details ready before contacting any of the the suppliers.

    Your forum membership benefits:

    • Paid Members forum section access
    • Seller rights within the Entrepreneurs section
    • Increased private message capacity
    • Avatar feature and other forum feature privileges
    • Signature classifieds advertising
    • Access to back issues of Rabbit magazine
    • Ability to upload and attach pictures directly to the forum instead of third party hosting

    And that's all on top of the wealth of information in the Club GTI forum, and the worldwide contributors it attracts.

    Membership feedback:

    • "The forum's saved me more money than I could add up on VW related stuff, repairs, etc."
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