TripleA Membership worth it for discount?

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by Wenlitz, Aug 26, 2003.

  1. Wenlitz

    Wenlitz <font color=6699FF>The Tag Fairy has been known to

    Aug 22, 2000
    I am planning a trip for 10 of us, 3 familys at the world. I have been trying to find out what carribean beach is going for in the sept. oct time frame. I have called Disney and got rack rates only.
    I was told no discounted rates at this time for this year. We wont be going till next year. I was offered the AAA rate of 118.00 including taxes. Is this the best I can hope for? Thanks for your help. My family is very anxious to at least know where they are staying!! :Pinkbounc :bounce: :Pinkbounc :bounce: :Pinkbounc
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  3. safetymom

    safetymom Super Moderator

    Aug 13, 2001
    Having AAA is a great deal. Besides all that membership offers you for your car they have lots of great discounts that I more than save the cost of membership. At this point AAA discounts seem to be all that is available.
  4. pooh6890

    pooh6890 DIS Veteran

    Sep 9, 2000
    I think $118 is a great rate for the Mods. When we stayed at CBR we paid $154 rack for a waterview (which is really a pool view). Rack rate for regular is $133 so at least the $118 is a discount. I got $61.60 for Allstar Sports in November and if they release AP or Fla discount it would drop to $49, and you can't beat that. I love the AAA discounts and their car service is terrific. It's worth the $45 a year we pay and you also get 10% discount at Universal if interested too.
  5. Tigger Fans!

    Tigger Fans! <font color=green>We've all learned tons!<br><font

    Feb 7, 2003

    You could always book at the AAA rate and then wait to see if better rates become available. I can purchase an AAA membership at Costco for about $50. You just need your membership card at check-in to qualify for the discount.

  6. vicb

    vicb DIS Veteran

    Jun 8, 2001
    Beware: I had to provide my AAA # and expiration date when I made my ressie, was told to have valid card at check in too!

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