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AAA Member Discount

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by Car1181, Dec 17, 2007.

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  1. Josh125

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    Just signed up today and got this deal:

    18 off per month for 12 months
    10 off for 5 months for referral
    10 off for 24 months for AAA
    Free upgrade to HD reciever
    3 months starz and 12 of showtime if I remember right
    HD DVR for 99 (not really a deal)

    Overall I think I did OK, install is on Saturday.
     
  2. Brian Hanasky

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    Name, address, phone number. that sort of stuff. They didn't even ask for my whole AAA membership number.
     
  3. iotp

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    Tried this yesterday and was refused. Tried all sorts of 800 numbers including the 9114 one.

    DTV longtime customer, since 2000. "Arizona" AAA.

    Only certain regions or AAA plans are allowed. Ohio was one of the areas she was still available for "discounts".

    Has nothing to do with "current" vs. "first time or new" subscribers.

    By the way, my AAA first six begin with: 429 002.
     
  4. jacmyoung

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    Yes it has. The AAA deal for a new sub will not expire until the end of 2008. Check the link I provided above if you are a new or first time DirecTV sub.
     
  5. iotp

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    They told me "some" existing customers can still get AAA discounts. Just not us in my marketed area.
     
  6. su_A_ve

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    Well, no problem in central NJ. And it was advertised in their last issue of the AAA mag.

    After a month, the $50 discount did show. However, checking with the rep about another issue last week, I discover they did in fact pad an extra year towards the end of the existing commitment date. So now I'm up to Sep 2010.

    When I 'questioned' it, CSR tried to pull a new one... That regular receivers now incur an 18 month commitment, but advanced one a 36 month commitment. When I pushed the fact that that wasn't the case back in Sept. she said it's new, but she could not say why it was like that on my account and it might be a fluke.

    I got 3 months of Starz out of it... oh well...
     
  7. sjv*

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    Bellsouth Ultra DSL 6.0 $42.95/month firm.
     
  8. newsposter

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    i snooozed, i loozed. they said it was over march 5 in my area...to just watch AAA mag again...that will teach me to be lazy :)
     
  9. 10david2

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    I'm not sure where you live, but I used the Philly zipcode on aaa.com and it says the offer is good until 12/31/08. You just have to call the number below. (not the main number) I copied the text from the aaa website.



    DIRECTV
    Satellite Television Provider

    Call (800) 242-9114

    Member Benefits Include:

    AAA Members who subscribe as new customers to DIRECTV receive a $10 bill credit on their monthly bill for 24 months, a free HD Receiver or DVR upgrade (qualifying programming, DVR and or HD Access fee commitments required.) and free standard installation. That totals $240 in savings—much more than a year’s AAA Membership! Call AAA’s exclusive DIRECTV toll free number, (800) 242-9114 and provide your AAA membership number. Join the over 16 million people who have already made the switch to DIRECTV! For more information visit AAA.com/DIRECTV.

    Restrictions:

    Bill credit offer ends 12/31/08 and is based on approved credit; credit card required except in MA & PA. New DIRECTV customers only (lease required). Lease fee $4.99/ mo. for second and each additional receiver. Other conditions apply. Programming, pricing, terms and conditions subject to change at any time. Pricing residential. Taxes not included. Receipt of DIRECTV programming subject to DIRECTV Customer Agreement; copy provided at directv.com/legal and in first bill. ©2008 DIRECTV, Inc. DIRECTV and the Cyclone Design logo are registered trademarks of DIRECTV, Inc. All other trademarks and service marks are the property of their respective owners.

    Not sure why they are telling you it expired.
     
  10. mcaldero

    mcaldero AllStar

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    I called on 2/20/2008 and took advantage of the two $50 credits for existing subscribers. I was told that I'd have a $50 credit on my account the next month and then again in 12 months. Well, it's 4/21/2008 and I still have received nothing. How long has it taken for everyone else? Thanks.
     
  11. JeffBowser

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    I asked for my credit on 12/19/07, and received the first $50 on 1/28/08

     
  12. newsposter

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    i called that number and gave them my club code...i guess that's what killed me? If you give a philly club code though, and i give them the rest of the member number, wont it come up as invalid?

    he was curious as to the 1st 6 digits on the card
     
  13. darrencp22

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    Anyone know if there is a deal for existing subs here in New York State?
     
  14. or270

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    Check your local AAA website, look under savings.

    Looks like they have the new customer deal $10.00 off for 24 months.
    New customers: No prior service with DIRECTV or have no active service for 2 years and are in good customer standing.
     
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