AARP - How to Join AARP

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Only $12 for your first year with auto-renew

Anyone 50 or over can get all the great benefits of membership in AARP
and pay just $12 for your first year with auto-renew. And membership includes your spouse or partner, free!

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Your Membership Includes

  • Discounts & Benefits

    Access to healthcare products and
    automobile and homeowners insurance.
    Plus, discounts on travel, dining, tech and
    much more.

  • Award-winning Publications

    AARP The Magazine is packed with exciting
    features, the latest news and information
    each month.

  • Information for Living Well

    Learn more about healthy living, financial
    planning, consumer protection, and caring
    for aging parents.

  • Advocacy Information

    An ally on the issues that matter most to
    you, like Medicare, Social Security, and
    consumer safety.

  • Community Services

    Local chapters, driver safety courses, and a
    nationwide volunteer network.

Discounts & Benefits


Be represented on issues that
impact your future like Social

Food & Fun

Enjoy savings when you dine out,
grab coffee & treats or catch a


Strengthen your ability to care for
a loved one with our information,
tools and tips.


Receive access to travel planning
information and savings on
airfare, cruises, and hotels.

More Information on AARP Benefits

Members receive a bimonthly magazine. AARP The Magazine addresses the needs and concerns of the
50+ population, including the 76-million-strong Baby Boomer generation. The magazine covers a broad range
of topics, including health, finance and travel.

Members also receive the AARP Bulletin, published 11 times a year, with news and practical
The AARP Bulletin carries reports about national and state legislation and programs affecting
the 50+. An online version is also available. provides online information, services and tools to help the 50+ get the most out of life.
has information on a broad range of topics, including AARP's public policies, answers to financial planning,
aquestions on health and wellness, tips for coping with difficult life transitions, as well as opportunities to
contact government officials and participate in discussion groups and online courses.

About AARP

AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership
for people age 50 and over.

AARP is dedicated to enhancing quality of life for all as we
We lead positive social change and deliver value to
members through information, advocacy and service.

AARP also provides a wide range of unique benefits, special
products, and services
for our members.