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Ask for travel & other discounts--you probably already qualify for some!
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Travel, auto, shopping, and many other discounts are often available to students, seniors, AAA members, military, government employees, corporate partners, union members and veterans. If you fit in to any of those categories – and most people do, particularly if you work for a big company – ask the travel supplier or employee benefits coordinator if they have a discount for you. Remember to bring proof of your eligibility when you check in. It costs nothing to ask!
Some discount programs require paid memberships, so you need to estimate whether you will get enough value out of the discounts they offer. For example:
In some cases however, even if the discounts are greater than the membership cost, it still might not be worthwhile. Many of the partners that offer discounts through these programs will offer the same discounts through other programs as well (e.g., both AAA and AARP), and might offer the same discount to qualifying individuals without any program membership. If you are considering joining a paid program mostly for one particular company's discount, then reach out to that company directly to see if you already qualify. In that case it might not be worth the extra expense.
If you have more than one person in your family who can make use of the benefits, consider a family memberships which offers a big discount on a per-person basis. You'll all get the discounts at a relative fraction of the joining cost.