The fastest and easiest way to contact AAA Travel Credit Card is online or through their mobile app. Apart from contacting customer service, you can also manage your account. For instance, you can set automatic payments, pay your credit card bill and monitor account activity, among other things.
If you’re looking for a similar credit card, you should consider getting the GM Rewards Card. This card offers 7 points per $1 spent with GM, as well as 4 points per $1 spent on all other purchases. Plus, it comes with a $0 annual fee.
An AAA Membership is unrelated to any credit card, so, unfortunately, no cards offer one. You have to submit an application separately if you wish to become an AAA member.
You can apply for membership at any local branch, or online.
That being said, many credit cards offer roadside assistance services similar to those of AAA. This benefit is driven by the card networks -- Visa, Mastercard, AmEx, Discover -- so before you apply for AAA membership, consult your Guide to Benefits to ensure you are not already covered.… read full answer
AAA’s payment options are credit cards, debit cards, and direct deposit from a checking account, though availability may vary by regional club. AAA customers might also be able to set up automatic payments via a bank account, debit card, or credit card. To learn about the auto-pay options for their policy, AAA customers can log in to their online account or contact their agent.… read full answer
Ways To Pay Your AAA Car Insurance Premium
Online using AAA's payment portal
By calling 1-844-579-3873
By mailing a check to your AAA office
Some of these payment options might not be available in all situations or all states, however. If you have further questions about paying your AAA premium, you can call 1-844-579-3873.
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