Does the ads we just got from AARP mean they are going to pay for gym membership in 2020??

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Hi there! The Renew Active program provided by United Healthcare will begin January 1, 2020. This program provides AARP Medicare Supplement & Medicare Advantage members with free access to a gym network. You can check to see what gyms are part of the Renew Active network here: https://aarp.info/2nST6SO

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Will this apply to those of us who only have AARP Medicare Supplement ("Medigap") insurance?
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Hi there, Member Benefits here to clarify! The Silver Sneakers Program was not a Member Benefit of the insurance coverage through AARP’s Medicare Supplement Plans, insured by United HealthCare. It is provided by United Healthcare as a benefit with either the Medicare Supplement Plan or federally funded through United's Medicare Advantage plans in available states (not all). Because of this however, AARP has created its own benefit called Renew Active. Renew Active will begin on January 1, 2020. This provides AARP members with free access to a gym network. You can check to see what gyms are part of the Renew Active network here: https://www.MyRenewActive.com. I hope this helps!

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We just got an ad from AARP about 2020 saying they are going to add gym membership at a long list of sport facilities.  Is this true or just another ruse to keep members from abandoning in mass to the other insurance companies who still offer silver sneakers?  I ended up having to pay over $600 this last year for gym membership after AARP dropped Silver Sneakers with no warning last year.  Well worth it to drop AARP and move to another company, unless they are going to add gym membership.  Need a straight answer - not willing to allow the transfer period to lapse while they play games. 

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