Final Reminder - Last Day to Use Your Rewards for Good Points Is Monday, September 23!

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Final Reminder - Last Day to Use Your Rewards for Good Points Is Monday, September 23!

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Reminder that there is just 7 more days until the new AARP Reward program launches!

 

You still have time to use your Rewards for Good points, the current program ends Monday, September 23, at 11:59 p.m. ET.


Thank You Sweepstakes – Over 50 Winners

 

Don’t forget! Any unused Rewards for Good points will automatically be entered for a chance to win one of the following:

Two Grand Prizes: $500 Visa® Prepaid Card

Two First Prizes: $250 Visa® Prepaid Card

Five Second Prizes: $100 Visa® Prepaid Card

Fifty Third Prizes: $50 Visa® Prepaid Card

 

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.  Open only to consumers who have opted into the AARP Rewards For Good Loyalty program who are legal residents of the 50 United States (D.C.) and are least 18 years of age.  See Official Rules for odds, how to enter by mail, how to opt-out of the automatic entries, and prize details, at https://bit.ly/31KiXec.  Mail in or Opt-out requests must be post marked by 9/23/19. Void where prohibited.

 

Welcome Bonus

AARP Rewards will welcome all Rewards for Good participants with a special bonus. We want acknowledge how much earning and learning you did with Rewards for Good. To claim your bonus and to learn more about AARP Rewards, simply register for the new AARP Rewards program starting Tuesday, September 24.

 

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