The Ten QSL Bureaus
QSL Bureaus can route your QSL Cards both outbound and inbound. It may take longer than direct requests but they do arrive.
|Welcome to the W1 Incoming QSL Bureau, sponsored by the Yankee Clipper Contest Club and staffed by over fifty dedicated New England radio amateurs who volunteer their time to distribute DX QSL cards to you.|
|We are a group of amateur radio operators who are dedicated to upholding the traditions established by our founders in 1957. That was the year the North Jersey DX Association was established and in that same year, the management of the QSL Bureau was taken over.|
|The National Capitol DX Association, NCDXA serves as the administrator of the ARRL Third Call Area Incoming QSL Bureau.|
|The 4th Call Area has two ARRL Incoming QSL Bureaus. One bureau processes incoming DX cards for call signs having a 2-letter prefix such as AA4NN while the other bureau processes incoming DX cards for call signs having a single letter prefix, such as K4SQR. All other call areas have only one incoming QSL bureau. (VA and NC)|
|The ARRL W5 Incoming QSL bureau is operated by the Oklahoma DX Association. The bureau consist of volunteers who provide this valuable service to their fellow hams|
|The Sixth District Incoming QSL Bureau is staffed by over two dozen dedicated California radio amateurs who volunteer their time to distribute DX QSL cards to you. Many have donated their time for more than a decade!|
|Volunteers from the Willamette Valley DX Club Inc. of Portland, Oregon handle the
ARRL Incoming QSL Bureau for the 7th call area. The WVDXC has handled the
QSL Bureau since 1962.
|The 8th call area incoming QSL bureau operates as part of the ARRL’s volunteer QSL bureau system. The 8th Call Area is comprised of 3 states, Michigan, Ohio and West Virginia and serves ALL amateurs, regardless of what state you may live in.|
|The Ninth District Incoming QSL Bureau is sponsored by the Northern Illinois DX Association and staffed by dedicated radio amateurs who volunteer their time to distribute DX QSL cards to you.|