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Longtime AAA Member Janice Griffin was never a fan of using credit cards.

“I was always raised not to have debt, so I never got one,” she explains.

That was, until a conversation with Morgan Graybill, AAA Travel Agent in the Greenville office, gave her a new perspective. The Griffins are frequent travelers and work with Morgan on all their vacations — including two big trips each year.

“We were planning a trip with Morgan and she told us about the AAA Visa card,” shares Griffin. “I was skeptical at first, but when she explained how well we’re rewarded for our purchases, it made so much sense!”

After signing up for the AAA Visa card, Griffin used it to pay for one of their vacations. She was impressed with how quickly the perks added up.

“It’s just amazing,” she says. “I get money back for everything! When I do, I save it and use is as my spending money for the trip. Right now I have $380 to use!”

AAA Members receive three times the points on travel purchases booked through AAA Travel (and paid for with their AAA Visa card). Also, throughout the year, members can earn five times the points during promotional periods with our select tour and cruise partners.

        — Sarah Henshall, Senior VP of Travel & Branch Operations

Start earning rewards today! For more information, or to apply online, go to AAA.com/CreditCard.

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