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Pilot Flying J - Official Info

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#81 parmm


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Posted 04 December 2013 - 12:22 AM

FMCA has contacted Pilot Flying J and they confirmed that the My Rewards RV cards are being discontinued.  Any active My Rewards RV cards can still be using until January, 2015.  Pilot Flying J is partnered with the Good Sam Club for fuel discounts so FMCA has discontinued promoting this benefit.


The FMCAssist medical evacuation coverage is available to all FMCA members for assistance services.  By purchasing the yearly coverage through FMCAssist and Seven Corners, you receive a plan that covers costs associated with the services.  The yearly fee is $85 for one person or $105 for two people or family.  The coverage is available worldwide and you can travel in any type vehicle so it is not limited to motorhome travel only.


We feel that we have many other benefits that make the membership worthwhile such as the monthly magazine, campground discounts, Michelin tire discount, Fantasy RV Tours and Caravans discount, advocacy, etc.  We feel the most important benefit is the camaraderie and fellowship of the association members.



I don't think it has a thing to do with FMCA.  I think we can thank certain Flying J / Pilot ex-employees who scammed many trucking companies and their own company.  The $85 million dollar settlement really hurt Flying J / Pilot, not just in the pocket book, but  their integrity too. 

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#82 StellersJay


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Posted 05 December 2013 - 07:29 AM

Flying J, in the past, was my "go to" fuel stop.  Since joining Pilot, it is now my station of last resort.  I stopped at one this past Monday in Oak Grove, Kentucky and followed the notice on the pump to use my rewards card.  The pump didn't prompt me to enter my Flying J Rewards card, and after pumping, the pump didn't print a receipt.  I hate it when a receipt is not printed at the pump, but this seems to be common now at Flying J.  I went inside, waited in the always long line, and got my discount and receipt from a clerk.


Since my rig is gas, I now use Sams Club as my "go to" fuel stop. 



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