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AARP Membership Renewal FAQs

Get answers to most frequently asked questions

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When you sign up for AARP Membership you will be prompted to add your spouse or any secondary household member.  You can update this information and any other any time. 

Sign-up online and you will immediately receive a digital copy of your membership card, which can be used right away! You will receive a physical copy of your membership card within 3-4 weeks at your mailing address.

Your free gift will be shipped separately from your membership card and will also arrive within 3-4 weeks.

The publications are both monthly (AARP Bulletin) and bi-monthly (AARP The Magazine). So when you will receive your first publication depends on when you joined. Give AARP a call at 1-888-687-2277 to request a publication sooner, at no cost, if you’d like!

Yes. You will receive a reminder 30-60 days in advance of your billing date.

AARP eligibility age begins at 50 and comes with a second membership for free



Free Second Household Membership Included


Share the benefits of membership with a member of your household at no additional cost!  They're also able to receive their own membership card, which we will automatically send once you add them to your account.

Continue Using Your AARP Benefits and Discounts

Continued access to your hundreds of discounts, programs, and services. Your benefits will continue uninterrupted.

 

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Members Only Content

Enjoy access to unique AARP articles, health guides, podcasts and special reports selected just for AARP members. Play exclusive member-only games like Atari’s Breakout and Pong.

 

Continued Subscription to AARP The Magazine

The award-winning publication is included in your membership. Stay up to date with celebrity interviews, features on health and tech, plus tips, recipes, book and movie reviews, and more, available to AARP members only.  Your free subscription to the AARP Bulletin will also continue when you renew your membership.

Members Earn 50% More Points With AARP’s Loyalty Program

Did you know AARP has a loyalty program? As an AARP member, you earn 50% more points on activities and access to members-only offers as an AARP member.

 

About AARP

AARP is the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people to choose how they live as they age. With nearly 38 million members and offices in every state, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, AARP works to strengthen communities and advocate for what matters most to families—with a focus on health security, financial stability, and personal fulfillment. We also work for individuals in the marketplace by sparking new solutions and allowing carefully chosen products and services to carry the AARP Name.

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 nearly 37 million members and growing, we lead positive social change through our extensive product offerings and services.