November 11, 2019– On this Veterans Day, AAA is announcing a new AAA military membership designed to thank military members and veterans for their service. The new military membership will provide those eligible with special member benefits, including travel and merchandise discounts. AAA created the new category as a way to better serve those who have served.
“As a sign of respect and thanks, AAA is proud to announce new membership benefits for our veterans and military personnel,” said Leslie Gamble, AAA Oklahoma public and government affairs manager. “We thank our veterans and military members for all they’ve done, and continue to do, to protect our great country. Now we can better protect them and their families on the road.”
Serving military service members and their families
Applying for the new AAA military membership is quick and easy. Active duty service members, as well as veterans and those serving in the National Guard and Reserves, can sign up online at aaa.com/military, where they will be able to verify their military status with the online identity network ID.me. Those signing up for the new AAA military membership will receive:
- A $50 primary membership
- Ability to add the first additional household member for free
- Waived enrollment fee (a $15 value)
- Up to a $300 gift card for new cruise or tour bookings made with select AAA suppliers
- 20 percent off regularly priced merchandise purchased at your local AAA retail store or online at AAA.com/shop
- An extra $5 off when signing up for automatic renewal
- 10 percent off any membership level for the primary member and all additional household members every year after you join AAA
- A personalized AAA military card
ID.me verifies the military status of customers across the military community, including active duty service members, reserves, veterans, spouses, and families, including those serving in the National Guard. Existing AAA members who are eligible can begin taking advantage of the special benefits at renewal by verifying their military status through ID.me and converting to the new AAA military membership.