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Thanks @AARPCaroline,

 

I'll look at your link, but none of the movie theatres around me accept AARP discounts.  I live in metropolian city with over a million people.

 

Have a Blessed Day,

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Hi @mi4090, while not all benefits are available in every region, we definitely have options across the country. Have you explored them all at https://aarp.info/2RNszBq? Our Movies for Grownups program is offered across the country, though not in every town or city. 

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@g573953k @BrandyH330142 

I'd like to inform you that most of the benefits you see AARP advertising on TV are for people who live in the eastern part of the United States.

 

The movies, eateries & discounts aren't all over the countrySmiley Sad

 

Have a Blessed Day,

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@g573953k @BrandyH330142 

Yes indeed its worth time takes to write a check & mail

And if you renew early you can usually save a lot of money 

I usually renew 5 years at time for $45 or so 

But truly its a cheap price if pay full price for the many benefits you get I enjoy reading both magazines we get in mail 

Enjoy your day

Ginger  :  ) 

Smiley Happy Smile & the world Smiles with you Smiley Wink Pass one on....its free
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@g573953k @BrandyH330142 

 

You can renew online at anytime or anyday.  But I've noticed that if you renew via U.S. mail it's cheaper.

 

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I understand how that could be confusing! The good news is that you don't have to wait to renew right when your membership is about to expire -- you can renew online anytime.

 

If you select to renew for 1 year, for example, we'll add 1 year to your account from your membership expiration date. 

 

Here's a helpful video about how to check your membership status and expiration date: aarp.info/membershipstatus-vid

 

You may also be interested in choosing the automatic renewal option this time around. Signing up for this option saves you time, cuts down on mailed renewal notices, and ensures your AARP membership is never interrupted. 

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When, I mean WHICH DATE may we renew?? I do not mean to sound dense, I just do not want to be left out. 

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Yes! You can join and renew online here at www.aarp.org -- you'll see a yellow "Renew" button at the top of this page. Let me know if you have any more questions. 

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Can you renew your AARP membership online without having to write a check and mailing it in

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