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Frequently Asked Questions

Who do I contact if I fail to receive my membership card or magazine?
Please contact the Montana Historical Society at mhsmembership@mt.gov or
1-800-243-9900.

How long is my membership valid?
Memberships are valid for one year.

I don't want to pay online. Can I still become a member?
Yes - please print out our mail-in form, fill it in, and send it to us along with your payment. Contact the Montana Historical Society at mhsmembership@mt.gov or call toll-free
1-800-243-9900 for more information.

Is my membership tax deductible?
Yes, a portion of the donation is tax deductible. The letter you receive with your membership card specifies the amount you may deduct.

If I'm a subscriber, do I still receive membership benefits?
No, but you can upgrade your subscription to a membership category starting at only $45.

Will I receive free admission to Montana's Museum if I'm a subscriber?
No, but you can upgrade your subscription to a membership category starting at only $45.

What is my membership donation used for?
Your donation supports the traveling educational programs and other outreach activities.

When will I receive my membership card and magazine?
Your membership card will be mailed to you in 10-14 business days. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of your first issue of Montana The Magazine of Western History.

What should I do if I lose my membership card?
Please contact the Montana Historical Society at mhsmembership@mt.gov or call toll-free
1-800-243-9900 at your earliest convenience. The replacement cost is $3 per card. You will not be able to use some benefits - such as free admission to Montana's Museum and Montana Historical Society Store discounts - without your card.

How do I change or update my address and phone number?
You may contact the Montana Historical Society at mhsmembership@mt.gov, call toll-free
1-800-243-9900 or send us a change of address card from your local post office.
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