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Hotels & Resorts Join AA Member Rates Progress

2 August 2005

Rydges Hotels & Resorts Join AA Member Rates Programme

AA Tourism proudly welcomes the New Zealand Rydges Hotels and Resorts group to the recently launched AA Member Rates programme.

Rydges Hotels & Resorts have five properties around New Zealand and add to the fast growing range of accommodation providers offering the new Member Rates benefit to AA Members. Another recent addition to the AA Member Rates programme is the Millennium, Copthorne, Kingsgate (MCK) Hotel group.

Rydges Hotels & Resorts is one of the leading hotel and resort groups in the country, consistently delivering a high quality accommodation experience.

Bevan Dale, National Sales Manager, AA Tourism, says the AA is excited to bring on board a well-respected partner that shares the same vision of providing a quality travel experience to AA Members.

"The acquisition of Rydges Hotels & Resorts into the AA Member Rates programme means that the successful AA Rewards Travel Programme has expanded to a new level, bringing one of New Zealand's leading hotel groups into the fold," he says.

"The addition of Rydges Hotels & Resorts to the AA Member Rates programme means increased benefits to AA Members. They can now choose from a comprehensive range of accommodation providers and still utilise the AA Member Rates programme to receive substantial discounts on their travel, whether it be for a holiday, short break or business trip"

AA Member Rates offers AA Members at least 5% off the standard rate at a range of accommodation providers nationwide. Members still continue to get AA Rewards Points (one for every complete $10 spent) at AA Rewards travel locations.

When planning travel around New Zealand, look to the AA first for a range of options and great discounts.

AA Members can find out more about Rydges Hotels & Resorts throughout New Zealand by visiting or by calling 0800 500 543 for a directory of AA Member Rate partners.


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