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9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month ago
Been an AA member since 1993 and I thought I would share this info I recently came across and was not aware of.

AA members can get discounted rates from a variety of providers including;

Disneyland Resort Paris
Eurocamp
Cottages4you
Legoland
P&O Ferries
Stena Line
Virgin Experience Days
Virgin Balloon Flights
Moto Service Stations (food 20% disc)

For a full listing of all benefits please go to above link


I hope this may save someone a few quid, just for showing/using their membership
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#1
Link on OP doesnt appear to redirect well so posted here too!

Hope this helps

http://www.aamembersclub.com/benefit-directory
#2
Used to be able to get discounts in a lot more places, including Halfords. Unfortunately some of these can be found cheaper by using discount codes etc. Some good ones though.
#3
I just cancelled my AA membership as the price for my package had gone up to £200! I got the same on the RAC website for £150 and £40 quidco!
Never used any of the discounts the AA gave anyway; as Babber said could always get better discounts from looking on here! :)
#4
I told the AA what the RAC were offering and they instantly matched it for me. Saved about £45.
Next year will go with even cheaper alternative offered by several providers.
#5
you might want to check how much your "automatic renewal" is, as like a previous user said when i checked mine it had gone up to £54 (from £30 3 yrs previously), went to RAC and got the same deal for £30 + £21 quidco = £9. The AA has gone straight down the drain since being bought out by a private equity firm, as shown in a recent panorama
#6
Have to agree with you all but there is another sector of drivers that this would benefit by default!

(Correct me if I'm wrong please) All Vauxhall owners with network Q warranties automatically get the full AA roadside and homestart. Presume the offers are open to those who bought recovery with their motor? :thumbsup:
#7
check out the RAC..you can save some serious cash
banned#8
Dont forget you can use Tesco clubcard vouchers at a rate of £4 to a £1 so a £150 RAC policy comes in at only £37.50 in tokens.
#9
All of you are correct. i would recommend playing one off against the other for the best deal. I get free cover with my car anyway...OP was really just advising i was unaware of all the other possible uses and possible discounts you could make use of just being a member.

Hope someone can benefit as i am just back from Disney Paris and hacked off I didnt realise I could have got extra 5% off just for being AA member!!
#10
If you are looking to insure ur car as well, Prudential offer free green flag breakdown cover and serious quidco cashback. Mine was £205 this year, with free breakdown cover and £105 quidco.
Also AA annoy me as was a member for 10 odd years and automatically renewed each year by Direct debit, when I came to cancel they suddenly offered me a much cheaper rate. Doesn't pay to be loyal to most companies these days!
Useful post if ur a member and unaware of discounts tho!
banned#11
I cancelled and got offered a 50% reduction from the AA. Still didnt take it as green flag are cheaper still.

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