trip to yellowstone

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      BiggerPiggyBank

      Re: Budget101.com : trip to yellowstone

      ooh! AAA is perfect and usually have deals if you sign-up for two or
      three years at one time and pay all at once. I would get
      an ‘invitation’ at least once a month and I knew the value from my
      parents’ membership.

      when they offered me two years for $29.95 I
      jumped. last year I had free road-side service and trips planned that
      I didn’t get to take;- but, they provided all sorts of information
      that i didn’t ask for and was included. if it was on the ‘planned’
      path, they listed it as points of interests with the cost if there was
      one.

      in addition, they pointed out the best places to stay and eat
      and their costs…of course, those places are probably paying aaa to
      be included in their listings, but who cares. the
      hotels/motels/campgrounds/resorts/restaurants, etc. usually offer
      discounts to aaa members.

      noo, i don’t work for them;-) the road-
      side service that i received last year at no additional charge more
      than paid for the two year membership. so i think it’s a good bang
      for the buck and recommend them.
      mos

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