ARNO Membership


Rewards & Benefits

The Association aims to provide all members with benefits both in the form of our own services and by offering discounts via our affinity partners.

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£24 A YEAR!

BENEFITS OF JOINING ARNO

As a Full, Life or Associate Member of ARNO, you’ll have access to a range of excellent benefits – and all included in your £24.00 yearly membership.

PLUS YOU’LL ALSO RECEIVE...

  • ARNO YEARBOOK

    Our widely respected Year Book, distributed in March. First produced in 1967, this modern publication keeps readers abreast of ARNO activities and includes a wide range of articles to assist members in meeting a key objective of active support for today's naval service.
  • UNIFORM LISTS

    Where you can buy and sell uniforms including Naval swords.
  • SOCIAL LIFE

    We run a range of social events throughout the year – and as a member you can book online too.
  • DISCOUNTED NAVAL CLUB MEMBERSHIP

    Temporary discounted membership of the Naval Club in Mayfair.
  • ONLINE ACCESS

    Your ARNO membership number, plus the password we’ll send you, gives you access to members-only areas of the website, such as uniform sales, member searches and online event bookings.
  • REGULAR UPDATES

    You’ll receive our ARNO Newsletter twice a year plus a copy of our Yearbook every March.
  • PORT

    If you’d like us to sponsor a round of port at your next mess dinner or other formal occasion, we’re always happy to oblige. In a typical year, we supply around 2,000 glasses in response to members’ requests; all you need to do is contact us.

JOIN TODAY FOR JUST £24 PER YEAR

EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNTS AT 3000+ RETAILERS...

Become an ARNO member and get exclusive discounts and deals via our benefits provider
Xexec. Simply use your membership number to log in.
**Correct as of 01/2018. Subject to change.**

1% Off

10% Off Booking

4% off top up card

Up to 10% Off

5% off booking

5% off

50% Discount

5% Off Total Order

40% Discount

10% Discount

Free 7" Tablet

10% Off

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