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Earn and Save With AARP's Rewards for Good Program Skip to content

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Be Inspired to Live Your Best Life Every Day With Rewards for Good!

STEP 1: GET STARTED

Register or Log In to AARP.org to see how quickly you can earn and redeem points in our catalog. Keep track of your points with our counter, located at the top of each page. Learn more by watching our video

STEP 2: EARN POINTS

Earn points by completing informative quizzes and using helpful tools. There are hundreds of ways to earn. Just look for the Rewards for Good badges. AARP Members earn 50% more points!

STEP 3: TREAT YOURSELF!

Instantly redeem the points you've earned to enter sweepstakes or unlock savings on gift cards and more in our catalog

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SWEEPSTAKES RULES: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. Open to AARP account holders who are enrolled in the Rewards for Good Program and who are a 50 U.S. states and D.C. resident, 18+ years of age at time of entry. See full Official Rules for complete entry details, participating states, deadlines, prizes, and how to enter without obligation. Odds of winning depend upon total number of eligible entries received for each Sweepstakes. Void where prohibited. Sponsor: AARP, 601 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20049