August 28, 2016
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Are you a AAA member? If not, you should be. AAA not only offers auto insurance and roadside assistance, but also numerous discounts as well. Most of these discounts aren’t even auto-related. You can save on haircuts, dining, shopping, sports, attractions and more.
Check out our AAA coupon page for easy ways to save on your membership. For additional savings, click on the retailers in the list below to visit their coupon pages.
There are dozens of discounts that you didn’t know existed. Most AAA members probably don’t even know they exist. Membership prices vary from state to state, but it seems to average about $70 a year. Many members say they average more than $100 a year in discounts, so they actually make money by purchasing a membership. But it all depends on whether or not you’ll use the discounts. Is a membership right for your personal situation? Read on to learn more about the various AAA discounts and see how much you could save.
- 1-800 Flowers: 20% off
- FTD: 20% off
- Hard Rock Café: 10% off food and merchandise
- DirecTV: $10 off per month for two years
- Sprint: Waived activation fee and 10% monthly discount
- T-Mobile: $60 off for new customers, waived activation fee
- Papa John’s: 25% off regular price orders online or with the Papa John's app with promo code 25AAA
- 20% off select Cirque du Soleil shows in Las Vegas
- California’s Great America: $6.99 off admission
- Knott’s Berry Farm: Up to 30% off admission
- Disneyland: Up to 30% off admission
- Six Flags Discovery Kingdom: Up to 30% off admission
- Six Flags Magic Mountain: Up to 30% off admission
- California Academy of Sciences: $6.99 off admission
- Up to 40% off movie tickets for AMC Theatres, Regal Cinemas, and Cinemark
- Up to 30% on tickets to select Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey performances
- Reebok Outlet Stores: 20% off
- Payless ShoeSource: $10 off when you spend $40 or more
- Dell: Up to 30% off select systems
- HP: 15% off printer ink and 10% off other select items
- Office Depot OfficeMax: 5% off
- Dr. Scholl’s: 10% off
- UPS: 15% off services
- New York & Company: 25% off
- Brookstone: $5 off when you spend $99 or more
- NASCAR: 15% off
- GNC: 15% off
- Target: $10 off when you spend $100 or more
- PetSmart: 6% off
- Petco: 10% off
- Skechers: 20% off
- Kohl’s: 15% off when you spend $100 or more
- Zales: $10 off when you spend $100 or more
- SiriusXM: up to 40% off
- Ticketmaster: Up to 50% off tickets for select shows. Ticket deals include 2-for-1 tickets, Me+3 (4-packs), $40 below and more. New offers are available for AAA members daily.
- Bloomingdales: Up to 50% off select merchandise
- Dollar Rent A Car: 10% off rentals
- Hertz: Up to 20% off standard rate for car rental
- Thrifty Car Rental: 8% off car rentals in the United States and Canada when you book in advance.
- Vacation offers: AAA offers many travel discounts, special deals and offers. Here are just a few examples: Receive a $50 activity voucher when you book a Hawaiian vacation. Save 25% on select hotels. Save $100 on your next trip when you book a Disneyland package that includes a 3-Day Park Hopper Ticket. To learn more about AAA’s vacation offers, click here. Book your next vacation and save big!
This is just the tip of the iceberg. There are likely many more discounts than what’s listed here. Many discounts are based on location, so click here and type in your ZIP code and select a distance (10, 25, 50, 75, or 100 miles). You can also enter a keyword and select a category. Press the Search button and you’ll see what’s available based on your selections.
Roadside assistance through your existing auto insurance is much cheaper than an AAA membership, so if you do purchase one, do it for the discounts. However, be mindful that other services and programs you use may give you the same – or even better – discounts. If you work, your company may have an employee purchase program that offers discounts on various things. If you’re an AARP member, you may get similar discounts as well. The discounts are plentiful, but will you use them? Will it be worth a membership?