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Old 02-25-2017, 09:46 AM   #1
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Does it pay to be a member of Good Sam's with a Class A 44' coach?

I also hear that you can get bombarded with junk mail or has the junk mail issue gone away?

How does Good Sam's differ from FMCA?
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Old 02-25-2017, 09:53 AM   #2
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I get very little from Good Sam's other than junk mail. That's not quite true...I do get a discount at many RV parks. FMCA is focused on Motorhomes, unlike GS which covers all RV vehicles. Good Sam doesn't offer anything that FMCA doesn't offer other than a discount at Camping World (which may or may not be a good deal )


If I were to only belong to one organization, I would choose FMCA over GS. I do belong to both. Someone else's mileage will, of course, vary.
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I recommend GS, I've had it for years. But I would call them and check about the length if you are worried about it. With a GS card you can stay in CW park lots at night.
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I would also recommend FMCA over GS. In fact if it weren't for the charter lifetime GS membership we bought years ago I wouldn't bother to belong now.
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I stay with Good Sam. Cost isn't much and I can save money in a number of ways.
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I am a member of both. I see and get discounts at camp grounds from GS all the time. What am I missing? Are there discounts at camp grounds for FMCA and how do you get them? Ask?
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I don't see any value in either
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GS membership required for a Pilot card. Cost is not much and since we stop at Pilot some that discount is nice also.

Still we are new to things and have both FMCA and GS.

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