AARP - How to Join AARP

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  • Travel planning tools for flights, hotels and restaurants

  • Subscription to AARP The Magazine

  • Free membership for your spouse or partner

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Member Benefits

Anyone 50 and over can get all the great member benefits. Plus membership includes your
spouse or partner free! Joining online is fast and secure, and once you've signed up and received
your membership number, you can start enjoying benefits right away!

Discounts & Benefits
Information for Living Well
Community & Advocacy
Award-Winning Publications
  • Discounts

    Get discounts on entertainment such as movies and event
    tickets, grocery stores, dining, everyday shopping, car rentals
    and so much more with your AARP membership card. There
    are several discount tools and resources such as the
    smartphone application and the member benefits guide.

    Benefits

    Get benefits on health products such as eye wear and dental
    insurance, benefit when buying a car with AARP’s auto buying
    program, and save on insurance by choosing the right
    program for you.

    Member Benefits Guide.PDF - Download

  • Travel

    Get information on where you should stay, what you should do, and how to
    get to your next destination. Plan your next journey with our destination
    guide so you can get exactly what you want, at the best price possible!

    Healthy Living

    Read up on how to stay healthy through daily lifestyle tips and tricks
    including information on diet, exercise, and sleep. In addition, keep your
    brain sharp through brain games and quizzes so that you can be the best
    version of yourself every single day.

    Staying safe

    Steer clear of fraud, scams, and identity theft by taking the right steps to
    ensure that you are a protected consumer. Subscribe to the newsletter and
    stay up to date on the best ways to keep your personal information,
    personal.

  • Representation

    AARP stands for principle, not for politics. We advocate
    through our state offices and in Washington for Medicare,
    Medicaid and other government health bills and programs.

    Commitment

    We are committed to advocating for issues we believe in. We
    firmly stand by social security, push for bills to stop ageism in
    our society, and ensure that our veterans feel safe. We actively
    fight for these issues and invite you to be active with us!

  • Magazine

    Stay up to date with the latest happenings in health, travel, and lifestyle to
    help you stay at your best! The magazine offers up to date information on
    topics that suit you, so you never skip a beat.

    AARP.org

    Check out the AARP website to see what we can do for you! Learn about
    how we advocate for you, help you boost your well being, find ways to help
    improve your community, and read articles that are up to date on issues
    relevant to you and your life.

Our Publications

  • AARP Magazine
  • The Magazine

    As a member you'll get our bi-monthly publication that
    addresses the needs and concerns of people ages 50
    and over, including the 76 million strong Baby Boomer
    generation. The magazine covers a broad range of
    topics, including health, finance and travel.

  • The Bulletin

    Members also receive the AARP Bulletin, published 11
    times a year, with news and practical information. The
    AARP Bulletin carries reports about national and state
    legislation and programs affecting people ages 50+. An
    online version is also available.

  • AARP Bulletin
  • Why Medicare Matters
  • AARP.ORG

    Our award-winning website provides information on a
    broad range of topics, including AARP's public policies,
    answers to financial planning questions, guidance 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 Us

AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to helping people ages 50 and older
to improve their quality of life as they age. With over 38 million members and growing, we
lead positive social change through our extensive product offerings and services.