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Memorial Day brings AAA discounts to military members, veterans

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Thu, May 21st 2020 10:10 am

AAA Western and Central New York offers discount on new memberships for 5 days this month

By AAA of Western and Central New York

Memorial Day is recognized on Monday, May 25, and AAA Western and Central New York would like to say “thank you” to military personnel by offering a discount on their new memberships.

For five days only, May 21-26, current U.S. military members and veterans can save 20% on new membership. Visit AAA.com and use code MILITARY at checkout to apply the 20% discount.

The military discount applies to new memberships only, not renewals. Now is the perfect time to invest in the many services AAA membership offers including emergency road service, travel agency, insurance, retail discounts and more.

AAA has three membership levels (basic, plus, and premier) with affordable annual fees. No matter the level, all members have access to services such as travel benefits, TripTiks, TourBooks and maps, Sprint's free membership renewal program, vehicle lockout, bicycle service and more. In addition to our most known service, roadside assistance, AAA Discounts offer members plenty of ways to save.

AAA Discounts are exclusive savings that members receive from participating retailers for simply joining. Including valuable discounts such as movie tickets, car rental, gasoline, hotel, and moving companies, members have access to numerous discounts through the program. Members can visit the discounts page for more details on all the savings available to them and visit AAA.com to utilize the Memorial Day discount.

As upstate New York’s largest member services organization, AAA Western and Central New York provides more than 887,000 members with travel, insurance, financial and automotive-related services. Since its founding in 1902, AAA has been a leading advocate for the safety and security of all travelers. Visit AAA at www.AAA.com.

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