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1-Year AAA Plus Membership + $10 Bonus Gift Card EXPIRED

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Groupon.com is offering a 1-Year AAA Plus Membership + $10 Bonus Gift Card for $61 - 20% off w/ promo code 20NOW = $48.80. Thanks Cric8

Note, AAA membership is restricted to certain areas. Click here and enter your zip code to see if it is served in your area.

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  • Complimentary Towing for up to 100 Miles
  • Out of Fuel Service w/ Free Gas and Delivery
  • Automotive Lockout Services up to $100
  • Trip-Interruption Expense Reimbursement up to $1000
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Offer valid for new AAA members only. Limit 1 per household. Promotional value expires 60 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must activate by expiration date on your Groupon and membership expires 1-year from activation date. - Randy71

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Update: try code 20NOW to get it for $49


One-Year AAA Plus Membership with Benefits Such as Towing Up to 100 Miles & a Free $10 Gift Card - $61 @Groupon (areas​:
Greater Hartford, CT Area, Cincinnati Tri-State Area, Miami County, OH, Greater Dayton, OH Area, Northwest Ohio, AAA Blue Grass & Bluefield Regions, Southern West Virginia, Kansas, Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC, and parts of Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey)


https://www.groupon.com/deals/aaa-kansas-2017

areas served:

https://midatlantic.aaa.com/about/areas-served

One-year AAA Plus membership and a $10 gift card of your choice

AAA Plus membership provides expanded roadside assistance coverage to include towing up to 100 miles, complementary trip-planning tools, and AAA exclusive discounts for one member. Customers choose their favorite gift card from a wide variety of popular retailers. AAA membership is restricted to certain areas. Some of the plan's highlights include:

Complimentary towing for up to 100 milesOut of Fuel Service with free gas and deliveryAutomotive lockout services up to $100Trip-interruption expense reimbursement up to $1,000

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 60 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. New members only. Must activate by expiration date on your Groupon, membership expires 1-year from activation date. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per household. Online activation required. Must be a resident of Auto Club Alliance territory. Offer is for first year only, normal dues will apply at renewal. There is an initial 7-day waiting period for some Plus services. Gift card fulfillment instructions will be sent to the email address on file within 7-10 business days. Please allow 6-8 weeks for gift card delivery. Cannot be combined with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
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Roadside assistance obtained through your insurance company will be filed as a claim. I'd rather not have any unnecessary claims on my insurance no matter how trivial.
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That may or may not be true, depending on the company. I was a licensed representative of one of the major players for over three years and roadside assistance use was not considered a "claim". Use of it was not a factor in rate increases. Excessive use would likely have resulted in that individual coverage being removed by the underwriters but I never witnessed it.
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It says Kansas in the item name. AAA memberships, while they work nationwide, I believe they are regional accounts. And promotions are typically regional as well.

Has anyone gotten this to work outside of the Kansas area?

On edit: I guess its not just Kansas, but anyone in the mid atlantic region. Which seems to be pretty big.
I used to have a NC AAA membership, and I believe their sales were specific to just the carolinas. Midatlantic is clearly a much bigger area.
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It says Kansas in the item name. AAA memberships, while they work nationwide, I believe they are regional accounts. And promotions are typically regional as well.

Has anyone gotten this to work outside of the Kansas area?

On edit: I guess its not just Kansas, but anyone in the mid atlantic region. Which seems to be pretty big.
I used to have a NC AAA membership, and I believe their sales were specific to just the carolinas. Midatlantic is clearly a much bigger area.
AAA Carolinas traditionally had the best/cheapest Plus membership(with family) deals. When I lived there, I was always able to get 3 people on the same Plus membership for as little as $79 per year. (primary member + 2 family members)

My current AAA, in another part of the county, never had such low membership rates.... so guess what I'm doing? I sign up for membership and have it sent to my mother-in-law's house in NC. AAA cards works nationwide(plus Canada).... Yes, I know that's a little devious...
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Even though it says New Jersey, the link is not loading.

Anyone tried to NJ ?
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20NOW code to save $6.10 and the cash back site starting with e but sounding like rebates is 6% back.
total for one membership $48.80

as for renewal, as painful as it is, i just get a new membership each year. i have a lot of AAA thermoses, which i love! and hopefully the $10 gift card will be useful. and PLUS, in california is the way to go... now i have to figure out an address of someone i know in kansas....
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doesnt most insurance companies have an option for 'roadside/rental car' add-on rider?
mine's costs me $17 every billing cycle (6months).

so in addition to roadside assistance, if my car is damaged in an accident, my rental car is free till it's repaired. doesnt matter whose fault it is.
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I live in Cali, can I buy it to use in CA?
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If I purchase membership, will it apply for any region? I don't care about gift card...
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I don't live in mid-atlantic. If I buy through this groupon deal, will it allow me to sign up for other region?
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Never understood this, when roadside is on your insurance. I could see it if you drove a piece of shit and expected to break down all the time
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doesnt most insurance companies have an option for 'roadside/rental car' add-on rider?
mine's costs me $17 every billing cycle (6months).

so in addition to roadside assistance, if my car is damaged in an accident, my rental car is free till it's repaired. doesnt matter whose fault it is.
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Never understood this, when roadside is on your insurance. I could see it if you drove a piece of shit and expected to break down all the time
Roadside assistance obtained through your insurance company will be filed as a claim. I'd rather not have any unnecessary claims on my insurance no matter how trivial.
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Roadside assistance obtained through your insurance company will be filed as a claim. I'd rather not have any unnecessary claims on my insurance no matter how trivial.
that is not correct. i have used insurance tows 10 times in past couple of years. nothing is changed for me. the only benefit with aaa is they provide more towing miles than insurance and are quick. i once waited 4 hrs for tow truck. thank god I was at home
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Roadside assistance obtained through your insurance company will be filed as a claim. I'd rather not have any unnecessary claims on my insurance no matter how trivial.
That may or may not be true, depending on the company. I was a licensed representative of one of the major players for over three years and roadside assistance use was not considered a "claim". Use of it was not a factor in rate increases. Excessive use would likely have resulted in that individual coverage being removed by the underwriters but I never witnessed it.
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