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May/Jun 2011 Issue

Rewards add up with new Visa® card

Earn rewards points on everyday purchases with the new AAA Member Rewards Visa® credit card.

Receive triple points with qualifying AAA and travel purchases; double points for grocery, gas and drugstore purchases; single point per dollar on all other purchases. Combine points from multiple AAA Member Rewards cards for additional value.

You’ll never run out of ways to redeem points.

AAA Vouchers. Use these for purchases at AAA branches for travel, car rental and attraction tickets.

Gift cards. Redeem points for gift cards at more than 100 national retailers and restaurants, such as Olive Garden and Best Buy.

AAR vouchers. Redeem for repairs, bodywork, tires and more at AAA-Approved Auto Repair facilities.
Merchandise. Select from name brand products in the Member Rewards catalog.

Experiences. From Broadway shows to hotels to a helicopter tour of Maui, use points for exciting travel experiences.

Cash. You always have the option to convert points to cash starting at 5,000 points.

For information about the rates, fees, other costs and benefits associated with the use of this card, call 866-665-3581 or apply online at www.AAA.com/MemberRewards.

This credit card program is issued and administered by FIA Card Services, N.A. Visa is a registered trademark of Visa International Service Association, and is used by the issuer pursuant to license from Visa U.S.A. Inc.
© 2011 Bank of America Corporation

AAA Member Rewards Card

 

Is it time for an insurance tune-up?

Most of us review our insurance policies only when we buy a new car or move into a new home. But there are plenty of other reasons why you should take a look at your auto, life and homeowners’ policies. Here are some questions to consider.

Q: Do you have the right coverage?
A: Significant life changes–such as marriage, a baby or a new home–impact your insurance needs, but some changes are not as obvious.

For example, a home in a new neighborhood may also affect the cost of your auto insurance. If you move into an upgraded home, you might need to update your limits so you have enough coverage to repair or replace the home if it were damaged or destroyed.

Q: Does your policy offer all the services you need?
A: Do you have access to a car if yours has to stay in the shop for a week or more? If not, consider adding rental car coverage to your auto policy.

Q: Are you entitled to additional policy discounts?
A: Say you’re adding a new driver to your policy. Your premiums are likely to go up but you can mitigate the increase by taking advantage of available discounts. Young drivers who successfully complete a driver-training course and get good grades may be eligible to receive discounts. When the opportunity arises, review your policy with your agent.

If you have an insurance policy with AAA Insurance and would like to review your coverage, just contact your agent. Or, if you would like to see what you might save with AAA Insurance, visit a AAA agent at one of our branch offices, call (877) 222-3179 or go to AAA.com/insurance.

Car Shake Hands

A new baby and a new car create the opportunity for an insurance policy review. AAA file photo


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