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Free 1 year AARP membership (or renew existing)+ free spouse card - must be 50 or older

ihaveadeal 16,263 November 10, 2012 at 11:52 AM in Services (4)
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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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#46
Quote from evolvearoundme View Post :
She might if this is the ONLY thing you get her.. just sayin'. nod
Hehe true. I know to REMEMBER her birthday, but FORGET how old she is! Wink
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#47
Quote from iodi View Post :
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.
I know, a lot of people are envious. They are older '99 models with the minimum liability, no collision or PiP. I just think most insurance is a scam but it's the law here. I have a good driving record, good credit score and probably 20yrs of loyalty. I only drive to the grocery store once a week so hardly even need a oil change, maybe once a year.

reps to the OP, I almost signed up this week and just got another offer in the mail. Thanks.
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#48
Quote from exiledzuko View Post :
*NO PURCHASE OR MEMBERSHIP OR SURVEY NECESSARY TO ENTER SWEEPSTAKES. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C. who are 50 years or older. Begins 12:01 a.m. ET 2/15/12, ends 11:59 p.m. ET 8/31/12. Void where prohibited. Subject to Official Rules. Sponsor: AARP.

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Begins 12:01 a.m. ET 2/15/12, ends 11:59 p.m. ET 8/31/12
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Noticed that too. Makes you wonder why they still include the sweepstakes if its over.
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#49
I hope this time we really get it. Saw one of these free offers and signed up my dad but nothing ever came of it.
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#50
Quote from saladdin View Post :
You have hair? You lucky old basta^t.
:-) Its slowly saying goodbye.....

I have one of my cars listed as a pleasure vehicle.....
my rates dropped dramatically
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#51
AARP...what a loser organization
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#52
Hummm 99 rep points, wonder when, where, and who will be getting me "over the hill" since I signed up for my AARP card....

:-)
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#53
Quote from monkeybiz View Post :
I know, a lot of people are envious. They are older '99 models with the minimum liability, no collision or PiP. I just think most insurance is a scam but it's the law here. I have a good driving record, good credit score and probably 20yrs of loyalty. I only drive to the grocery store once a week so hardly even need a oil change, maybe once a year.

reps to the OP, I almost signed up this week and just got another offer in the mail. Thanks.
no way. the older cars, the more you will pay for your insurance, since they do not have any modern protections. i got the same that you have: min liability, no collision or PiP, best driving record, zero tickets/accidents, good credit score and have been with them for 10+ years with 30 years in driving record. 2 cars with less than 5,000 miles/ year total. more than $350/month for both. my cars are newer than yours. i still dont get it, unless you have some picts to prove. remember, the older the cars are, the more you will pay for your insurance.
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#54
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.
Quote from microkelvin View Post :
no way. the older cars, the more you will pay for your insurance, since they do not have any modern protections. i got the same that you have: min liability, no collision or PiP, best driving record, zero tickets/accidents, good credit score and have been with them for 10+ years with 30 years in driving record. 2 cars with less than 5,000 miles/ year total. more than $350/month for both. my cars are newer than yours. i still dont get it, unless you have some picts to prove. remember, the older the cars are, the more you will pay for your insurance.
We have two 2000 Ford Focuses and we pay $372.40 total a year for both cars combined with Geico and I don't believe we have the bare bones all the way around, just on some parts. Does state of residency affect premiums? Maybe that is why yours is so high microkelvin...? We are in NYS.
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#55
joined them and then they flooded my paper mailbox with solicitations for life insurance,etc.What a pain....
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#56
Quote from PrncsNYC View Post :
We have two 2000 Ford Focuses and we pay $372.40 total a year for both cars combined.
must be my state then. are you still talking about geico rate? i know there are some crazy rates out there for statefarm or allstate but that's after loyalty discounts (after 15+ years) and multi-family member discount.
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#57
I thought older cars would cost more, at least in collision, cheaper to replace. I forgot to mention when I sold my 3rd car (actually 2 trucks and one wagon) they sent me a check for around $200 last summer Some sort of adjustment but I sure didn't want to call them on it.
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#58
Quote from krissy72 View Post :
I wonder...........What if the Husband is 58 and the Wife is 40 or something. She can have an AARP card?

Yes. She can be 18 and she gets a card Smilie
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#59
Another free year--thank you! Smilie
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#60
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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