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14 years 10 months ago #19232 by Simkin
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Does anyone know how they work:confused:

We used to get a $20 petrol voucher every now and then plus free AA membership but this year we got a total of $13.50 for the whole year which was deducted from the AA membership fee.

Does the petrol station not put it through? Or have they reduced the eligibility to almost nothing? We spend about $4000 on petrol per year.

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14 years 10 months ago #285613 by Xartep
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I would ring them and question that. We just bought new tyres for the car and what with fuel and the health shop I was hoping that the membership would be paid in full next year.
hmmm.

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14 years 10 months ago #285618 by DiDi
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I am totally peed off with your thread as being an over ten year member I have never had free AA membership! What are you talking about? Have I been screwed or what?

My problem with the AA is that I don't use 90% of their Rewards Point businesses and so rack up very few points. They recently in the AA magazine said that you could get Rewards points from Vodafone so I rang up - being a major user of Vodafone and said I wanted to register. Dah! Stupid me - it is only on your Mobile and I use pre paid so did not qualify. How pathetic! I spend far more than most mobile users having home phone and internet with them so why mobile account only.

Where I live, I would not use their choice of providers as I can do a far better deal with other businesses so no rewards. I'm a bit over them actually and wonder why I pay, is it $60 a year to them when I have used them twice in 10 years. Good point - cancel AA tomorrow.

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14 years 10 months ago #285620 by kate
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If you buy your fuel from BP you can get rewards...I used to get $20 vouchers too and sometimes money off membership. We're buying way less fuel now so I can't tell if the system has changed.

Here is the webpage www.aa.co.nz/rewards/Pages/default.aspx

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14 years 10 months ago #285637 by Hasbeen
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Well being old & daft I have them running after me all over the place.
One had to do 96k just to jump my flat battery.
Door on Toyota not quite closed.
When you travel places like the Buller Gorge, you don't want to be without them.
I get a few rewards with the petrol & the Health Food shop but compared to Fly Buys they don't add up to much.
Still would not be without AA though.

Recovering Lifestyler


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14 years 10 months ago #285639 by AdoubleJ
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Kate;267364 wrote: If you buy your fuel from BP you can get rewards..
Here is the webpage www.aa.co.nz/rewards/Pages/default.aspx


I used to use BP for these but then BP became the last ones to lower petrol prices and the first one to put the price up!!! So..............I don't go there now and so lose the points........... :(

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14 years 10 months ago #285654 by Simkin
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Hi DiDi,

we're a 10+ year member, too, and once upon a time when the petrol prices were much lower we spent enough to get vouchers and nothing to pay for membership fee.

I just checked the web site and I assume that the petrol station does not put through the points[}:)]

I'll have to keep track of the points, fill up, check afterwards to find out which of the two stations we are using does not pass on the points[}:)][}:)][}:)]

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14 years 10 months ago #285657 by Xartep
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When you get them to swipe your card they should give you a receipt. I get one from health2000 when I shop there.

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14 years 10 months ago #285661 by DiDi
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I only use Caltex as they are my local station. There is a BP but I can't stand going there given that you have to wait ages to even get out of the place on to the main road. The staff are off hand and besides - I have a 20 year relationship with the local Caltex and appreciate the staff (long term) and reception I get there. I can pull up to the pumps and wave my hand to get the pump released whereas so many are now pre paid. For those out of Auckland - the driveoffs are so bad that this is our lot.

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14 years 10 months ago #285673 by Simkin
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Xartep;267408 wrote: When you get them to swipe your card they should give you a receipt. I get one from health2000 when I shop there.

One of the BPs never gives me a receipt, the other offers but I don't take it. I should change my behaviour then, shouldn't I. Does it say on the receipt whether drive points have been given?

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14 years 10 months ago #285684 by sod
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Hasbeen me too, we have only used them few times but pouring with rain n wind wife gets flaty on ute one ring they come out you dont get wet :D also late at night lonely dark road she have car stop no go same out come well worth it,dont know anything about rewards been with them 20years

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14 years 10 months ago #285686 by sod
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We also use Caltex as its over the road from us almost :) plus we get 5cent a litre or something with our farmlands card, just checked that is same as BP LOL

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14 years 10 months ago #285729 by Toast
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Farmlands card - Caltex is now the better deal. BP reduced their amount they take off the national card rate & it's now lower than Caltex. The notice is in my car. If I remember to bring it in later I'll put the details on here. Notice came with June Farmlands a/c, I think.

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14 years 10 months ago #285731 by Cinsara
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I have a shell card so don't use BP and most of the local BP's have changed to GAS now anyway. I wouldn't be without AA as is with all insurances, you pay for the protection not necessarily the service. Being a woman on her own I wouldn't be without them. It's only $60 odd bucks for a whole years protection and peace of mind - worth every penny even if I don't use them much.

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14 years 10 months ago #285744 by sod
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Toast thanks for that must read things instead of just looking at a/c and............

Cinsara have to agree AA is cheap really,we got it for our three children as they got their licenses ( still do) saved us getting calls in the night and knew they were safe if they broke down :)

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