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Got this in the mail. Not sure if it is recepient specific or one time use, but it doesn't appear to be. Click here. to go to special registration page.

Use code DY3Q

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Wow, so quick OP got crapped.

It's also funny that regular membership is $48 / year. Maybe this is for the RV membership?

AAA Hoosier Motor Club is 67/year for 1st year then 57 each additional with 33 for "associate members"

It has to be region-specific. In my region, that's actually more expensive than the normal price.

AAA membership has many regional areas that have there own pricing plans and specials. OP that code you used is probably just a special for that region. I have AAA and have it just for the hotel discounts. I frequently use Marriott hotels and it pays for it membership in about three stays.

I pay $75 a year.

Same deal in Phoenix....$15.00 + signup fee waved and membership is for two people on basic plan.

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AAA is a farce. You can get a much better deal with
your auto insurance company for road Hazard insurance.
If you pay a little extra you can get travel maps, books, etc.

Cajun


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LocalDeals said: [Q]I pay $75 a year.
Same here for plus which is up to 100 miles towing one way..They used to give me 1 free extra service per year but they ended that and now Its 3 or 4 services max I think..
Well worth It for me with piece of mind towing..Im rarely 100 miles away doing jobs unless I go to melbourne on occasion so Its nice knowing a quick call & a long wait will still get me homeward..

Paying nearly $200 for towing once hooked me..AAA RULES...Trip tic maps are nice also and other benefits make it well worthwhile..

I signed up one year. I didn't read the fine print. They automatically billed my credit card to renew a year later. I emailed them to cancel. No response. Had to spend 45 mins on phone to get rid of it. Very sneaky. Never again.

I've never seen a AAA hotel discount cheaper than what I could get elsewhere. Seems like a waste to me.

The AAA Plus is a great service with 100 mile towing.
It's been a godsend with my aging behemoth. Well worth the extra cost.

When the transmission went on my Expedition in rural Ohio a few years back, I made one call to AAA and their CSR was able to arrange towing to a Ford dealer, made reservations for a motel near the dealer, and got us a car service since the tow driver couldn't take all of my family. I don't know what I'd have done otherwise.

That day sold me on cell phones and AAA forever. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border=0>

Keep in mind the benefits travel with the holder. So...if you're in a friend's car when it breaks down, your AAA membership can be used to get service, etc.

Cajun said: [Q].



AAA is a farce. You can get a much better deal with
your auto insurance company for road Hazard insurance.
If you pay a little extra you can get travel maps, books, etc.

Cajun.

I beg to differ here. I travel a lot and have been stranded 3 times because I couldn't get someone to come out to where I was stuck. State Farm is slightly cheaper if you have 3 or less cars. With insurance you have to cover each seperate vehicle. With AAA they cover all of your vehicles, or any car that you are riding in for that matter.

Also, with insurance you have to pay for the services up-front and then file a claim. With AAA, you just call them. They find a provider and pay them directly. I once had a tow truck driver in TX drive 40+ miles, only to refuse to hook up because I didn't have $100 in cash and he refused to take a credit card or check. I ended up hitching a ride, renting a U-haul and tow dolly, and towing it myself. Hardly a bargain if you ask me.

If that's not enough, add in the extra perks of AAA membership that the insurance company roadside assistance doesn't have and I don't see how you can compare the two.



I'm in Arizona and the code worked. Thank you, OP!

I paid $52 in the Mid-Atlantic region last month.

postcrapper said: [Q]Wow, so quick OP got crapped.
CAn someone please tell me how I can get a AAA membership for around $50. I am getting a membership rate of $70.

Does anybody have a promotional code for CA to get the enrollment fee waived? I looked everywhere and tried calling them a few times but with no luck... Would really appreciate it!

I will also appreciate a code for CA. I need to sign up immediately for our cross country trip.
Thanks!



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