Sprint Members: Get Free AAA Membership Renewals

If you have Sprint service, you can get free AAA membership renewals for as long as you’re a Sprint customer when linking your accounts.

Sprint AAA

The Deal

  • Get free Classic or Basic AAA membership renewals for as long as you’re a Sprint customer. This includes you and other family members who are also on Sprint.
  • Register here.
  • Also get:
    • Exclusive member-only pricing.
    • Free Safe & Found on up to 5 phones.
    • 25% off eligible accessories.

Key Terms

  • Requires 1 active phone line of service and registration within 30 days for each AAA member number. (See below for more on this.)
  • Full terms here.

Quick Thoughts

Thanks to Win in the Frequent Miler Insiders group on Facebook for highlighting this offer. This will save you at least $58 per year on AAA membership renewal fees, so it has the potential to be a good deal if you have/want AAA coverage and are a Sprint customer.

A few things to be aware of with this offer:

1) Member-Only Pricing

This partnership will apparently give you a 10% discount on your Sprint service. That sounds good, but it’ll remove any other potential discounts (such as employer discounts) which might offer higher savings. Depending on the size of that discount and your monthly bill, registering for this AAA promo might cost you money.

2) For New Customers Only (Or Not)

One of the listed terms is that you have to register within 30 days of becoming a Sprint customer. Needless to say, that makes it sound like this promotion is only for new Sprint customers. However, this SlickDeals thread suggests that it’s open to existing customers too.

3) Renewals Only

The offer is only for AAA membership renewals, so you’ll have to pay the first year’s fees if you’re not already a AAA member.

4) Stack For 20,000+ American Airlines AAdvantage Miles?

This one may or may not work. The American Airlines portal has Sprint listed as a partner offering up to 25,000 miles (see Nick’s post from last year for more details about a very similar offer).

From what I can tell, you should be able to register for the American Airlines offer, get the initial 20,000 AAdvantage miles and subsequently register for the free AAA renewals. If anyone’s already done this and knows whether it works or not, let us know in the comments below.

This one is only for new customers though.

5) Use Ebates For Cashback

Rather than going the American Airlines route, Ebates is currently offering up to $187.50 for new Sprint customers.

Other Options?

Are there any other stacking opportunities not listed here? Have you taken advantage of this AAA deal already and have advice for other readers? Please share your ideas in the comments below.

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Stephen Pepper is on a 5 year, 50 state road trip with his wife Shae and their dog Truffles. Finding opportunities to earn miles and points is one of the ways they can afford to do this, so he'll try to help you do the same for your own travels.

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Would also like to know if you can stack this with AA offer which gives 417 miles every month for as long as the account is open. Afraid to do this AAA offer only to have AA miles from accumulating.

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Ah that’s a good point, I don’t want to risk losing my 5,004 miles per year. As an FYI, if you’re looking to join AAA for the discounts, join AARP instead. The discounts are almost identical, you can join at any age and it’s only $12 per year.

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I’m still on a SERO plan. Will this work?

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