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Join AARP for 43% Off: Only $9 per year when you sign up for a 5-year term + Get a free insulated trunk organizer.

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1. Follow the link to the AARP Membership Entry page.
2. Enter your information to complete your AARP membership registration.
3. You will receive your AARP Membership Number and can begin using your card and benefits immediately!

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AARP standard annual rate is $16 per year. AARP membership is valid the length of the term from activation.

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Last Edited by bluekiwi September 8, 2022 at 05:12 PM
If you have Att Unlimited Premium plan, AARP membership gets you a $10/month discount, per line (first 5 lines, if more than 5 lines, $5 discount per month)

https://www.att.com/offers/discou...gram/aarp/
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Do I need to be old to join?
I'm not currently old, but statistically someday I will be.
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Do I need to be old to join?
I'm not currently old, but statistically someday I will be.
Nope, anybody can join. If you have AT&T for your cell service, you get $10 off a month by providing them with your AARP membership. I believe it only applies to certain AT&T plans though.
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Nope, anybody can join. If you have AT&T for your cell service, you get $10 off a month by providing them with your AARP membership. I believe it only applies to certain AT&T plans though.
thank you.
I'm checking for the AARP discount codes for car rentals, which is why I want to check this.
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Just expect more junk mail both physical and digital, hard pass.
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Be prepared. AARP sends so much junk snail mail that they are probably responsible for half the deforestation in the world.
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Seems like their regular promo with Slickdeals getting affiliate cut.

https://join.aarp.org/aarp-ld22-bts/
Free "Day Bag" is the bonus if you just go to AARP website directly
https://ddxp5xijf3rk2.cloudfront....-faced.png Both bonus options look pretty junky, but ymmv
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Be prepared. AARP sends so much junk snail mail that they are probably responsible for half the deforestation in the world.


True but there is a fix

Call the corporate office asked for the same deal and tell them you don't want any junk mail ever from AARP or any other second or third party vender or anything political ever.

The only thing I've authorized to AARP to be delivered to my mailbox is the following

1) membership card
2) magazine
3) newspaper

so far it's worked for me

If you're already a member and you're getting a lot of junk mail

Call ask AARP to take you off the junk mail list and only authorized the following to be sent to you

1) membership card
2) magazine
3) newspaper

It may take a few months before you see a reduction in junk mail
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Seems like their regular promo with Slickdeals getting affiliate cut.

https://join.aarp.org/aarp-ld22-bts/
Free "Day Bag" is the bonus if you just go to AARP website directly
https://ddxp5xijf3rk2.cloudfront....-faced.png [cloudfront.net] Both bonus options look pretty junky, but ymmv
Yep. FYI, Slickdeals gets an affiliate cut on almost everything you see on this site these days, especially anything that is a front page deal, or hot deals that repeat every couple of weeks even though they are not that hot.

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Great deal.
I'm in my 30s - 40s and love AARP.
The 10% off at Carrabba's over the next 5 years will make this pay for itself.
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AVOID!!!!!! signed up about 10 years ago... got a ton of mail in my mailbox every year... I sent a letter to their headquarters some time back to stop sending me junk mail so now I only get a few a year.
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Nope, anybody can join. If you have AT&T for your cell service, you get $10 off a month by providing them with your AARP membership. I believe it only applies to certain AT&T plans though.
ATT unlimited premium only, $10 off per line (up to 5 lines, if more than 5 lines, $5 discount per line)
https://www.att.com/offers/discou...gram/aarp/

I was signed up for aarp years ago just for the discounts, time to sign up again. I have 3 lines with att, that would be $360 savings per year
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The aarp discount is about the same as the AAA discount, just cheaper for the AARP for hotels and such... But like other users said you need to go in and opt out of everything, or you will be getting emails to save mice in some far off country.
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