This is how you cancel a AAA membership when someone dies
AAA (American Automobile Association) are the reliable folks that offer roadside assistance, and travel discounts. They have regional clubs in all 50 states, and cancelling this membership will ensure their annual fee doesn’t keep getting charged. This page gives information on not only cancelling a memberhsip, but also how to redeem AAA rewards if the deceased person had a AAA Mastercard credit card.
- Membership number
- Club code (See "this helpful link" below)
How to cancel a AAA membership
We brought up those 50 clubs in 50 states because laws vary for each one. Use this helpful link and provide your zip code to find the club in your state. However, you will not be able to cancel the membership online. AAA recommends calling, and following the below instructions:
- Call 1-866-968-7222
- Select the "member services" option
- Select the "membership questions" option to speak with a representative
How to transfer AAA Mastercard Reward Points
AAA will require zip code information for the AAA Mastercard, but whatever variance there is in policy, it does not effect this process.
- Login in to the AAA membership with id and password
- Click on Rewards page and find Rewards Center
- Choose from getting AAA reward dollars, visas cards for other business, event tickets but no cash
What if I don't have required information?
- Call 1-800-328-4850
- Provide name, and be ready with a copy of a death certificate
Official website: www.aaa.com
Atticus' Legacy Review of AAA's membership cancellation process after someone dies = 8 / 10 stars
AAA gets high marks for it's cancelling a membership process when someone dies, as they don't require a heavy amount of information. They seem well set up for the process, however, they do lose a point because they don't have a webpage that states a clear policy on the matter. Hopefully, after receiving this less than perfect mark they'll write one for their clients.