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Three Ways to Access Your Membership Card. 

You must be logged in to your online account to access your (or your household member) card for all options listed below.

Don’t have an online account yet? Create one here.

  1. Print your card at home.
  2. Request a card by mail.
  3. Digital wallet card. Android devices are not supported at this time.

If you or your household member lost your card or it's been stolen or damaged, we'll gladly replace it with a new one free of charge. Don’t worry; only your name and membership number are associated with your membership card. No financial or sensitive personal data is associated with your card.

Add Your Household Member

You can add a second household member to your AARP membership, for free, at any time. They will receive their own membership card, which we will automatically send after you add them to your account.

To add a secondary member:

  1. Log in to your AARP online account. If you don’t have an account, it’s free and easy to create one.
  2. Go to My Account and click on the Account Details tab.
  3. Scroll to Personal Information, look for Spouse/Partner, and click the Edit button.
  4. Fill in your secondary member’s information and click Save.
  5. To edit this information, your spouse/partner must register and log in with their AARP online account.

Contact Us

Rather talk to us or have questions about your membership, change of address or member services? Get help at aarp.org/help, call the AARP member contact center (Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET)  1-888-687-2277 or 202-434-3525 (international callers) or message us.

See All Of Your AARP Benefits

See all of your member benefits.

AARP meets the needs of people aged 50 and over. You’ll see this in the carefully chosen discounts, programs and services we offer. Each designed to offer real value in every area of your life — from travel, entertainment and insurance to fraud protection, health and advocating on your behalf for issues like Medicare and Social Security. If it has to do with enriching the lives of people 50+, this is what AARP is all about.