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AA Rewards Expands To Include Travel Partners

13 October 2004

AA Rewards Expands To Include Travel Partners

The AA Rewards programme has expanded to now include new travel and leisure partners.

The growth of the AA Rewards programme means that AA Members can now earn AA Rewards Points when they travel and enjoy adventure pursuits all over New Zealand. 1 AA Rewards Point is earned for every complete $10 spent.

Over 100 accommodation and leisure activity providers across the country have joined as foundation partners in this new component of AA Rewards, including Kelly Tarlton's, RedBalloon Days, Waitomo Glowworm Caves, Aoraki Balloon Safaris, and Milford Sounds Red Boat Cruises to name a few. Accommodation providers consist of a range of hotels and motels in both North and South Islands, including the Mainstay and Golden Chain groups.

"This is a great way for kiwis to get out there and discover there own backyard in New Zealand, enjoying some travel and leisure while earning their AA Rewards Points - just in time for summer," said Annabel Lush, Marketing Manager for AA Tourism.

"We are extremely excited about the rapid growth in new Travel Partners joining the AA Rewards programme. We expect many more travel and leisure operators will want to join the programme."

AA Members can automatically go into the draw to win 5,000 AA Rewards Points and a variety of other prizes, simply by swiping their AA Membership card at any of the new Travel Partners. Ten lucky winners are drawn every three months.

AA Members can then convert their winning 5,000 AA Rewards Points into $500 worth of AA Rewards Discount Coupons.

Check out www.aatravelco.nz for more information and a comprehensive directory of all the new AA Rewards Travel Partners.

ENDS

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