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From the AARP Bulletin Print Edition, November 1, 2010
Chances are, you've recently received a new AARP membership card. Keep it handy in your purse or wallet, because the new scannable card makes it easier to take advantage of all the services and programs that AARP offers.
The hard plastic card has a magnetic strip and bar code. You can scan it at participating retailers or AARP events, then track your savings and activities online.
For a current list of retailers — or to review your entire AARP member benefits package — visit aarp.org/mycard.
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