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Last Edited by mlacey3 December 3, 2014 at 02:33 PM
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Redeem Your Complimentary 1 Year AARP Membership
In these uncertain economic times, we know that many people 50 and over may be experiencing financial difficulties and some may have even recently lost their jobs.


If you are one of the many people who have been impacted by an unexpected job loss, AARP would like to offer you a complimentary 1-year membership, or for current members, a complimentary 1-year membership extension.


Step 1
Please enter your Date of Birth to the right to verify your eligibility to receive your gift.


Already an AARP member? Completing the form extends your membership for an additional year past your existing expiration date.
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Last Edited by qwe1234 November 23, 2012 at 06:55 PM
WARNING - Got my "FREE" AARP card in the mail today -- they want $16 -- I called the number and said that i had signed up for the FREE card BUT that the letter said that I needed to pay $16 -- they told me that they were NOT doing the FREE card any longer ... talk about Bait and Switch at its finest... NOW I WILL BE SPAMMED FOR LIFE..


I didn't see this posted, so just FYI - these are the prices on their website right now.

5 years for $44.10 ($8.82/yr)
3 years for $30.10 ($10.04/yr)
1 year for $11.20 ($11.20/yr)


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free for non-Americans too? I think that letter A stands for Anyone now Smilie Will they auto renew the membership end of next year?
I'll look into residency status. She still needs insurance in the US after all. Spending my money in this country was easy, gaining residency was hard fought lol.

I'm just leery about her getting junk mail. I don't want that piling up - have you guys found that by signing on with AARP?
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i see the list of discount benefits.
but
could someone tell me some examples of % of discount on what insurance/products please?
Their discounted rates on auto insurance were 30% higher than the rates I
have now. The homeowners was almost double.
But go ahead and get a quote it might be different depending on what state you are in.
BZ
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Quote from Mariss716 View Post :
Will my mother kill me if I get her one of these for her 60th bday? She's a snowbird Canadian who spends her winters in AZ. I'm in NY and I started getting AARP mailers at 30, sigh.
She might if this is the ONLY thing you get her.. just sayin'. nod
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#34
I wonder...........What if the Husband is 58 and the Wife is 40 or something. She can have an AARP card?
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drooldrool

I wish I could be a parasite. But someone has to pay for the SS/Medicare tapeworm club members.
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Quote from microkelvin View Post :
free for non-Americans too? I think that letter A stands for Anyone now Smilie Will they auto renew the membership end of next year?
North Americans and South Americans are Americans, no?

Quote from Mariss716 View Post :
Will my mother kill me if I get her one of these for her 60th bday? She's a snowbird Canadian who spends her winters in AZ. I'm in NY and I started getting AARP mailers at 30, sigh.
As long as you're Retired, I don't see why not. Those older than 50 and NOT retired probably qualify to join, but seems that if that's what they wanted, they should have just named themselves AFOP [eurageurope.org], AOP [olderpeople.ie]or OFC [facebook.com].
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Quote from notebookreunion View Post :
North Americans and South Americans are Americans, no?
No. If you travel out of your states, just call yourself an American. They will know who you are. If you say you are from the United States of American, they dont now what you are saying.
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Quote from bizeeshopper View Post :
Their discounted rates on auto insurance were 30% higher than the rates I
have now. The homeowners was almost double.
But go ahead and get a quote it might be different depending on what state you are in.
BZ
Good. I will look into that. I need more discounts for life insurance and homeowners insurance badly. i dont think i can find any better rate than geicos for my case. i've been with them for more than 15 years. and none of any cheap (or expensive) car insurance agency can honor that rate, even with their best discount codes.
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#39
It definitely is based on age, not employed or retired.

Joining AARP will generate a HUGE amount of paper junk mail.
First thing I do is call in and block that.
I found calling in is needed as opposed to trying to do this on website, etc.
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Link [aarpmembership.org]

Redeem Your Complimentary 1 Year AARP Membership
In these uncertain economic times, we know that many people 50 and over may be experiencing financial difficulties and some may have even recently lost their jobs.


If you are one of the many people who have been impacted by an unexpected job loss, AARP would like to offer you a complimentary 1-year membership, or for current members, a complimentary 1-year membership extension.


Step 1
Please enter your Date of Birth to the right to verify your eligibility to receive your gift.


Already an AARP member? Completing the form extends your membership for an additional year past your existing expiration date.
I just signed up my grandparents and great grandparents. Thanks OP repped you !
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Thanks & Repped! I signed my dad up.
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The grey hairs are finally paying off.....
TU & REPPED

You have hair? You lucky old basta^t.
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You have hair? You lucky old basta^t.
and I have a pony tail, but I my beard didn't turn out well so off it went today. I know they can't beat my car insurance, nobody can. Geico charges me $180 a year for two cars.
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Quote from bizeeshopper View Post :
Their discounted rates on auto insurance were 30% higher than the rates I
have now. The homeowners was almost double.
But go ahead and get a quote it might be different depending on what state you are in.
BZ
Quote from monkeybiz View Post :
and I have a pony tail, but I my beard didn't turn out well so off it went today. I know they can't beat my car insurance, nobody can. Geico charges me $180 a year for two cars.
no way. what cars do you have? i am with 2 cars, only 5000 miles/year on both cars and i still have to pay more than $350 for every 6 months. never have an accident in my life. have been driving for more than 30 years. geico at my state does not give any discount on defensive driving course.
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no way. what cars do you have? i am with 2 cars, only 5000 miles/year on both cars and i still have to pay more than $350 for every 6 months. never have an accident in my life. have been driving for more than 30 years. geico at my state does not give any discount on defensive driving course.
Wow, he really is a lucky Bast*rd. I'm in Pa & I pay $1300 yearly on ONE vehicle, no accidents or claims in over 15 years.

TU & repped for this deal, thanks OP.
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