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Renew Your AARP Membership Today

  • Instant access to member benefits
  • Free sporty tote included with membership
  • Second membership for spouse included

            
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How to Renew Your AARP Membership

Renewing your AARP membership online is fast and simple:

  1. Click the “Renew Today” link on this page
  2. Fill out the renewal form, select your membership duration and provide a valid form of payment
  3. Submit and receive your digital AARP member number
  4. Enjoy immediate access to your member benefits 

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  Free Sporty Tote Bag

  • Your FREE Sporty Tote is the perfect carry-all for park picnics
  • Dual diamond-mesh pockets are ideal for water bottles 
  • The durable, water-resistant fabric holds up to wear and tear
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AARP The Magazine

  • AARP The Magazine-the world's largest-circulation magazine, with more than 47 million readers-helps people 50+ live their most fulfilling lives
  • Read celebrity interviews, health and tech features, recipes, and book and movie reviews
AARP Rewards

AARP Rewards

  • Learn, prepare and get ahead of whatever life has ahead with the AARP Rewards program.
  • From fitness quizzes to finance calculators, score 50% more points every time you tackle an activity.
  • Reward yourself with members-only offers, sweepstakes entries, local deals, discounted gift cards, charitable donations and more.

 

 

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Free Second Membership

After enrollment, you can add your spouse or an adult living at your address to your account as a secondary member for free. Secondary members enjoy the same discounts and benefits as the primary. 
 

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AARP NOW App

  • Stay up to date on the latest news tailored for you and save money with AARP Member Benefits — Download Now
  • Specifically designed to utilize the features and navigation of the iPhone, iPad and Android handsets, you can now read the latest AARP content directly on your mobile device! Questions? Visit Mobile App FAQs

 

 

 

AARP Bulletin

Members also receive the AARP Bulletin, published 10 times a year, with news and practical information. The AARP Bulletin carries reports about national and state legislation and programs affecting people ages 50+. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Staying Sharp

  • Staying Sharp is a program that provides evidence-based information and actions you can take to maintain and improve your brain health as you age. 
  • Choose from articles, recipes, activities, videos and fun brain games designed to fit into your daily routine. 
  • Create your own plan by saving the actions that inspire you.
  • Track your progress by checking off the items you complete.

 

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