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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 07:55 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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#91
Thanks. Same date as last year. If they keep this up, I may never have to pay again.
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#92
Just tried it wasn't working but 10 minutes later it was back up ! Thanks!
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Quote from fisch View Post :
Did not see that. I saw this posted on their normal sign-up page...

5 Years for $63.00 (12.60/yr)
3 Years for $43.00 (14.33/yr)
1 Year for $16.00 (16.00/yr)

...and I didn't see anything stating that it will kick into one of these price options after the free membership ends in a year. After all, no credit card was necessary to sign up so I don't see yet how that would be possible unless you need to "activate" your card using a credit card, or something like that.

Right now they are Running a 30% discount !
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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.
Yeah, I'm not believing that. That's only $7.50 a month per car. Nobody insures that cheap, especially not GEICO. I had to switch from them this year after they kept raising my rates. I'm 50 and have never made a claim with them and was a loyal customer for over 25 years. They were charging me $650 a year for 1 vehicle with minimum coverage.
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Same thing for me
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Quote from deal_destroyer View Post :
Yeah, I'm not believing that. That's only $7.50 a month per car. Nobody insures that cheap, especially not GEICO. I had to switch from them this year after they kept raising my rates. I'm 50 and have never made a claim with them and was a loyal customer for over 25 years. They were charging me $650 a year for 1 vehicle with minimum coverage.
that's your problem, nothing to gain by fibbing here. You probably won't believe I got a $200 check from Geico either but I doubt I can find that check stub. You probably also wouldn't believe I've paid only $200/mo for 24 acres space rent for the last 12yrs. Or I got 2yrs no fee AMEX GOLD bonus points worth over $1200. Or I bought 15 HP Touchpads or my SEAHAWKS will make the playoffs.
. I could go on but I don't have time right now, on my way to Home Depot to use one of those free AMEX $100 HD GCs (I bought 9 with points) and my $50 off $100 coupon. If I knew how to post a photo here I might dig up my policy but then I'd be accused of photo shopping. I keep my overhead low and live simply and single.
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Same thing for me
Likewise. Dead deal?
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#99
A little Bait and Switch on the AARP part -- so i signed up for the FREE card -- yesterday a card came in the mail that had the rates below on the letter that came from AARP..

5 Years for $63.00 (12.60/yr)
3 Years for $43.00 (14.33/yr)
1 Year for $16.00 (16.00/yr)

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 -- they told me that they were NOT doing the FREE card any longer and that $16.00 was their best outstanding rate ..

Talk about Bait and Switch ..

Now they have all my personal info and will be SPAMMING ME TO DEATH !!!
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A little Bait and Switch on the AARP part -- so i signed up for the FREE card -- yesterday a card came in the mail that had the rates below on the letter that came from AARP..

5 Years for $63.00 (12.60/yr)
3 Years for $43.00 (14.33/yr)
1 Year for $16.00 (16.00/yr)

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 -- they told me that they were NOT doing the FREE card any longer and that $16.00 was their best outstanding rate ..

Talk about Bait and Switch ..

Now they have all my personal info and will be SPAMMING ME TO DEATH !!!
Could it have been opportune timing with pre-existing spam? I get solicitations to join AARP all the time.
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#101
Yeah sounds like their standard solicitation mail. Wait a few more weeks, you should be receiving the real thing. Anytime you sign up for stuff like this, expect to be added to a new mailing list.
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#102
Has anyone received anything in the mail about their 1 year membership yet???
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#103
It has been over a month since I signed up. Received nothing.
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#104
same here, NOTHING! They may be old and slow but this is ridiculous. I noticed more spam related to seniors. I'm disgusted with this so far.
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Quote from ghostwriter66 View Post :
A little Bait and Switch on the AARP part -- so i signed up for the FREE card -- yesterday a card came in the mail that had the rates below on the letter that came from AARP..

5 Years for $63.00 (12.60/yr)
3 Years for $43.00 (14.33/yr)
1 Year for $16.00 (16.00/yr)

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 -- they told me that they were NOT doing the FREE card any longer and that $16.00 was their best outstanding rate ..

Talk about Bait and Switch ..

Now they have all my personal info and will be SPAMMING ME TO DEATH !!!
i am glad that i did not jump on this.
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