Participant Notice:

If you are an AIST participant making your first payment, please make sure you have registered at All participants including Players, Friends and Family joining an AIST tour will need to have a registration completed. Players don’t be confused, this registration is a different from your confirmed position form!

Below are three options for you to make a payment for your AIST experience. Each tab is a separate payment option.

  • Pay by check online, or by phone. This is a free service provided by AIST. You can try to reach us by phone at 816.256.3828 to pay by check over the phone. Make sure you have your checking account number and routing number available. Just remember we are in the travel business so we are often not in the office and unable to process checks by phone.


  • Paypal – If you need to pay by credit card there is a processing fee of approximately 2.5% charged by paypal. The 2.5% is added automatically.  For our Canadian credit card users, the fee is 3.5%.  You will have to add 1% to your amount due to cover the additional fees for processing international cards.  All of the credit card fees are approximated.  The actual amount credited will appear on your invoice. 


  • Send a wire transfer, check or Money order to our main office – Mailing address provided in the Pay by Mail tab. For wire transfers contact AIST for banking information.


eCheck On-line Payment Option:
Pay on-line from your checking account

If you would like to pay by check online, please fill out the form below and we will process the payment.
Please note,if you are using a Yahoo email account we will not receive a notification that your payment has been made. Please email us directly to or contact us by phone to confirm your echeck payment form as been submitted.

Please Note: If you enter the incorrect payment details, there will be a bank service fee of $20 added to your invoice. Please make sure you are paying from a checking account with a routing number and account number that are active and working.

Making an additional payment from the same account?

If you are making a second payment or additional payment from the same account, you do not need to fill out the form again. Just email and confirm the last four digits of the account number and the amount you would like to pay.

Are you paying for more than one passengers in the same invoice?

If you are paying for more than one tour package and you are billed in the same invoice, you can combine your payments into 1 so you only need to fill out the form 1 time. Just indicate in the comments field how the payments are to be applied.

eCheck Payment Option

By using the form below AIST can process your echeck payments for free. AIST will cover the processing for bank transfers using this form or you can contact us by phone to make the payment. If you wish to make the payment from your checking account please have your check routing number and account number available. Contact Chad Wilkinson at 816.256.3828 if you have any questions regarding your account.

  • Provide your email to receive confirmation of payment.

    If you are using AOL or YAHOO email accounts to make this payment, please send an email after you complete your payment. We are experiencing issues with these two email accounts with our notification system. Email to confirm you have sent a payment to AIST. Thank you.
  • Phone number of person making the payment that is associated with the bank account.
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Please provide the name of the group or team you are traveling with. You can also provide the destination and sport to help us locate the participant and apply the payment.
  • Please enter the name of the participant receiving the payment. All payments are going to AIST but we need to know who the payment is for so we can apply it to the correct account.
  • Please use the following format to enter the USD amount you would like to pay. Example: $1,000.00
  • Please make sure to enter the correct information. Returned e-checks will be charged a $20 service fee by the bank. The routing number should be the first 9 digit number on the bottom of your check.