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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How much does it cost to order the plate?
A. For Pennsylvania, the Flyers license plate fee is $50 or $150 (personalized plate), payable to Flyers Charities.
A: For New Jersey, the Flyers license plate fee ranges from $60 to $110 (personalized plate). Please visit www.njmvc.gov/sports for exact pricing and information about the state’s annual fees.
A. For Delaware, the Flyers license plate fee is $50 or $100 (personalized plate), payable to Flyers Charities.
Q. I ordered my license plate. How long until I receive it?
A. For Pennsylvania: Overall, it typically takes approximately 10-12 weeks for your plate to arrive. Once we receive your completed application and payment, we send applications in batches to the PA Dept. of Transportation in Harrisburg, PA approximately every 2-4 weeks. Once your application has been received in Harrisburg, you should receive your plate in approximately 8-10 weeks.
A. For New Jersey: Please visit www.njmvc.gov/sports for information.
A. For Delaware: It takes 8-10 weeks for processing from the time your application and payment is received by Flyers Charities.
Q. Will the License Plate come directly to my home or will it go to Flyers Charities?
A. All plates will be mailed directly to your home regardless of your state.
Q. Can I make a special request for a number?
A. For Pennsylvania: Specific numbers can be requested for an additional $100 fee ($150 total). You can request up to three choices on the application and your first choice will be used as long as it hasn't been previously issued.
A. For New Jersey: New Jersey plates may be personalized for an additional fee. Please visit www.njmvc.gov/sports for information.
A. For Delaware: Specific numbers can be requested for an additional $50 ($100 total). Numbers can be no more than 4 digits and may not include alpha characters. We will contact you in the event your requested number has been previously issued.
Q. Can I get a Flyers license plate for my motorcycle or trailer?
A. For Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, the license plate programs are available to residents with a valid driver's license, and for currently registered non-commercial passenger vehicles, motor homes and trucks 9,000 pounds and under. Unfortunately, motorcycles and trailers are not eligible to participate in this program.
Q. I have a Person with a Disability/Handicapped plate. Can I still get a Flyers license plate?
A. For both Pennsylvania and New Jersey: Specialty license plates are not issued as Person with a Disability/Handicapped plates; however, you may order your Flyers license plate, and then apply for a Person with a Disability placard through your state DMV/MVC.
Q. What do I do if my annual registration is about to expire?
A. For Pennsylvania: Please be sure that your annual registration will not expire within 60 days of your application. To renew early, visit www.dmv.state.pa.us. The annual registration is required to be updated to prevent the possibility of your application being rejected during the Specialty Plate process. Your new plate will arrive with a new sticker as well.
A. For New Jersey: Please visit www.njmvc.gov/sports for information.
Q. What charities does Flyers Charities support?
A. Fundraising initiatives such as the license plate program and other events throughout the year help Flyers Charities support various local charities aimed at helping youth organizations and various healthcare initiatives. Organizations such as the Living Beyond Breast Cancer, March of Dimes, Minding Your Mind Foundation, and the Police Athletic League are among a list of past beneficiaries of Flyers Charities.
All information is as of 10/20/2014
Drive For A Cause with the Flyers Charities License Plate! These limited edition plates are now available for Pennsylvania drivers. Your donation helps support local charities!
*Please add $1.50 for each duplicate registration.
Submit state form, a copy of your drivers license and registration, along with your payment of either $50 or $150 to:
c/o License Plates
3601 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
If paying by credit card, you may also fax all items to: 215-389-9507
Mail your payment, completed state form and a copy of your drivers license and vehicle registration to:
**Please disregard additional fees on DE applications. They will be paid through Flyers Charities.
Any person, family, or business can throw a partner event for Comcast-Spectacor Charities (Flyers Charities, Global Spectrum Charities). These can range from donating a portion of sales from your business to simply collecting donations at an event. Here are some examples of partner events to benefit our cause:
Classic Cake in Cherry Hill, NJ has named Comcast-Spectacor Charities as their "charity of the month" for September 2012. A community celebration was held, highlighted by a visit from Flyers GM Paul Holmgren and his wife Doreen, an integral part of the Flyers Wives organization. Special Comcast-Spectacor cupcakes and a Flyers cake were created for the event. A portion of Classic Cake's sales from the charity cupcake (pictured on the right) for the entire month of September will be donated to Comcast-Spectacor Charities. Make sure to go pay them a visit at their Cherry Hill location (480 East Evesham Road) to support a great cause and get some delicious cupcakes too!
(left) Barry and Donna Kratchman with Doreen and Paul Holmgren
On February 25, 2012 the Fouracre family held a partner event in memory of their son, Danny, to benefit Flyers Charities. Avid Flyers fan Danny Fouracre was only 22 when he died in a car accident on June 30, 2011. Danny’s parents, Karen and Bruce Fouracre, along with Danny’s brother Devin, decided to do something to honor the memory of their son and brother. Danny’s love of the Philadelphia Flyers led the family to accept the invitation from John Lupo to have his annual Benefit Party be in Danny’s memory with all proceeds going to the Flyers Charities, a division of Comcast-Spectacor Charities.
The event in Danny’s memory was held at the Grog and Grill in Oaklyn, NJ (February 25). More than 400 people attended the benefit which featured exclusive raffle and auction items from friends and family, including autographed Flyers memorabilia. The event raised an astonishing $13,000 for Flyers Charities in memory of Danny. The Fouracre family was invited to the Flyers-Lightning game (March 26) where they presented Flyers Charities with the donation.
“All of these wonderful things were in Danny's memory and shows how many lives he touched the short time that he was with us,” said Danny’s mother, Karen. "He was truly a very special spirit and I believe he still is. Our son and brother's legacy continues in so many different ways which helps us get through each day since he was taken from us.”
“We were overwhelmed when Karen and Bruce told us how much they raised at the benefit,” said Mary Ann Saleski, Senior Vice President of Comcast-Spectacor Charities. "It’s a true testament to how much he was loved, and we are truly humbled by the generosity of their friends and family in his memory.”