What is an AARP Membership?
What are AARP Membership Benefits?
AARP provides a wealth of opportunities to save money, play, learn and volunteer. Choose from 15 Member Benefits categories, which include:
- Work & Jobs
- Health & Wellness
- Shopping & Groceries
- Gas & Auto Services
- Home & Real Estate
- Technology & Wireless
- Family Caregiving
- Magazines & Resources
Which AARP Benefits are the Most Popular?
The top 9 viewed AARP member benefits are AARP Travel, Delta Dental, AARP Hearing Center, AARP Job Board, Budget and Avis, BMI Calculator, AARP Auto Buying Program, EyeMed Vision Insurance and AARP Games. Read more about each member benefit below:
1. AARP Travel
Get an insider's view on great vacation ideas with the AARP Travel site. Whether you're just dreaming or ready to book now, you'll discover local hot spots, places to stay, eat and see, as well as curated content specifically for members.
2. Delta Dental
The AARP® Dental Insurance Plan, administered by Delta Dental Insurance Company, offers individual or family coverage for the most common dental procedures.
Learn how to maintain optimal hearing health and get advice for living well with hearing loss. Find information, tools and solutions, plus members can take an independent and scientifically validated phone-administered hearing test for free every year.
This job search tool focuses on experienced workers and helps you look for job openings that match your interests. Narrow your results with filters for part-time work, full-time work, work from home positions and more.
AARP members can save up to 30% on car rental base rates, plus access to upgrades on compact through full-size car class bookings (based on availability), add an additional driver at no cost and more. Discover even more car rental discounts with your AARP membership.
How healthy is your weight? This handy tool can help members measure body mass index and assess their health status or risks — all from the comfort of home.
Find the car you want with the safety features you need and get upfront dealer pricing information on new and used cars. On average, users have saved thousands off the MSRP on new car purchases.
AARP® MyVision Care provided through EyeMed includes three members-only vision plans starting at $4.38 per month. Members can take advantage of $10 maximum copays for comprehensive eye exams, with diabetic vision exams every six months, loss of sight benefits and more.
Whether you like to do a daily crossword puzzle or test your skills at solitaire, you can access tons of free online games (including ones created exclusively for members!)—and you can play them anytime, anywhere.
See a full list of benefits that come with your AARP membership.
What is AARP's Membership Age Requirement?
While AARP is dedicated to people over 50, there is no minimum age to join. People of all ages can get an AARP membership for as low as $12 per year with auto-renewal.
Anyone can become an AARP member and gain access to hundreds of discounts, programs and resources. Learn more about membership pricing and start saving today!
How Much Does an AARP Membership Cost?
A standard AARP membership costs $16 per year, whether you are joining or renewing. However, once you’re an AARP member, you can save on membership fees by signing up for Automatic Renewal, which costs $12 for the first year, or by choosing a longer term of membership.
As a bonus, your membership allows you to add a spouse or partner for free, so both of you get an AARP membership card and can take advantage of AARP’s benefits. That’s two for the price of one! Learn more about this AARP membership offer.
What is AARP Membership's Phone Number?
Have questions about AARP? Get help at aarp.org/help, call the AARP member contact center at 1-888-687-2277 (Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET).
Is AARP Worth It?
So, is it worth it? Don’t just take our word for it. See what others are saying about AARP membership. An AARP membership opens the door to hundreds of benefits designed to help members—including local AARP discounts on restaurants, shopping and entertainment, and a few other surprising extras. Besides all the benefits one may expect, members also get AARP’s trusted advocacy on issues that matter, like Social Security and Medicare. Plus, every member receives six issues of AARP The Magazine and ten issues of the AARP Bulletin. All for just $16 a year. So, is it worth it? Yes. Of course!
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AARP Membership — $12 for your first year when you sign up for Automatic Renewal
Get instant access to members-only products and hundreds of discounts, a free second membership, and a subscription to AARP the Magazine.