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Found hotel deal On NRA website by mistake

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Please help me out because it's late and I am not sure if this deal is legit. I was researching the NRA because of how they have been in the news lately. I wanted to see what benefits NRA members have. I went here https://benefits.nra.org and scrolled down to NRA travel center. I was then asked to enter my member number. I entered a random six digit number and it let me proceed. The hotel deals for the most part were better than those on Expedia. I did this a few times before deciding to post here. I also entered five digit numbers and they all worked. Either there is a glitch in the system or there are that many members of the NRA that the numbers I enter match theirs, Not sure. Please tell me what you think even if you want to thumb me down.Smilie

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Why why why??
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who knows but this is the direct URL https://nra.hotelplanner.com
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1st mistake was the word mistake in your title
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OP trolling for reactions. Ignore troll.
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So you are telling me you dont need to be a member to get NRA savings?
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Here comes the horde!
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I did a search for a hotel I use near Disneyland. Price was $14 cheaper on Priceline. So might be best to shop around still.
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Please keep politics and other related topics out of Hot Deals. If you would like to discuss these matters, please do so in The Podium subforum.
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1st mistake was the word mistake in your title
Did this one trigger you price mistake alert? It did not trigger mine....
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interesting.. nice find!
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Why don't you just join the NRA to legitimately receive the benefits?
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I compared prices on a few sites. Some sites offered savings but depending on hotel and dates the NRA website did offer savings. And yes, it appears you don't need to be a "true" member to enjoy these savings. Which makes me question the NRA and its policies even more!
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So you are telling me you dont need to be a member to get NRA savings?
99% of people who join NRA aren't doing it for the discounts.
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