I received my new AA card this week and glancing through the letter that accompanied it, I notice that they now offer to recycle your old AA card, if you post it to them. What a brilliant idea, waste an envelope, stamp, transportation and processing time, all to recycle a credit card sized piece of plastic. Very green, I don't think.
would be not to send you a new card in the first place. Wrote FE Good thinking This is not a 'Money Card', it is Membership Card and so long as the m ember is paid up to date and on the data base that is all that is required. Whether the member phones in or the Patrol checks it out- the status is checked out before any action takes place. 'Greenitus' strikes again
I have a plethora of plastic cards and Tesco recently sent us (so not just the AA) replacement clubcards with new designs. The old ones still work as my sister is generous enough to give me her points and uses it regularly :)
1000 points, I suppose that was a gesture of good will for being a loyal customer. Wish the AA was like that. After being with them for over 30 years I found it was cheaper and much better to go elsewhere. When I mentioned this to them, they wasn't a bit interested. In my case loyalty definately didn't pay :O(