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How to Manage Your AARP Membership?: Tips and Tricks

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How to Manage Your AARP Membership?: Tips and Tricks

How can I get more information about volunteering in my community?

Visit our Create the Good site to learn how you can help your community by giving your time, skills, and experience.

For the most up-to-date information on news, events, and activities in your state, visit our AARP in your state page.

How to manage your AARP membership

Can I update my membership account information online?

Yes. If you have an user account and have signed in securely with AARP, simply choose the  My Account button , located  to the right of the AARP logo in the red stripe at the top of the web page. If you have not established a secure session with AARP, you will need to provide your username and password to make changes. In the red stripe, locate the link titled Login  that appears on the extreme right to enter your account. There you will be able to update your name, address, telephone, email address and the information of your spouse or partner.

Can I request a replacement membership card?

Yes.  Your membership card page gives you step-by-step instructions for requesting a replacement card and printing a temporary card.

What is the magnetic stripe on the back of my card for?

  • The magnetic stripe and barcode on the back allow providers and AARP to verify that you are an active AARP member. 
  • This AARP membership card with a magnetic stripe and bar code makes it easy to take advantage of AARP discounts and programs.
  • AARP continually looks for ways to improve membership and provide you with more value. Keep your new AARP card in your purse or wallet and present it to take advantage of your membership benefits.

Are there plans to expand the list of places where the AARP membership card is accepted?

Yes. We'll continue to expand the number of locations that accept the AARP card to give you the most value for your membership. Stay tuned as we're working to get your new card accepted at AARP activities and events.

  • Only your name and membership number are associated with your membership card. 
  • There is no personal or financial information associated with your card.

Can a lost or stolen card be deactivated to prevent unauthorized use?

  • If you lose your membership card, we'll replace it with a new one.
  • Only your name and membership number are associated with your membership card.
  • There is no personal or financial information associated with your card.

Member Benefits

What benefits and services are included in my AARP membership?

As an AARP member, you have access to a wide variety of benefits and services including programs, information, discounts and other resources to help you get the most out of life after age 50. For more information, visit the  For Partners section on our website.

The NRTA is a division of AARP serving the interests of educators and others interested in lifelong learning. NRTA members have full access to all the benefits and services that AARP members enjoy.

Yes. Visit our Health Products website for information on individual major medical insurance options and hospital indemnity plans.

Programs and assistance

How can I find an AARP Driver Safety class in my area?

For information on class schedules or how to register, visit the AARP Driver Safety Program website or call 1-888-AARP-NOW (1-888-227-7669).

The AARP Tax-Aide program is available from February 1 to April 15 of each year. For detailed information, visit our AARP Tax-Aide website .

Visit our Care Resources section to find helpful articles and information.

You can request a statement by visiting the Social Security Administration (SSA) website or by calling SSA at 1-800-772-1213 . Other helpful SSA sites include: Request a return online, download a paper version of the return request form (SSA-7004), or find a local Social Security office  .

How can I get help locating the pension I did not claim?

The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) is a federal government entity that works to protect the retirement income of workers in the United States. For more information, visit the PBGC website or call 1-800-400-7242. 

Where can I find answers to my questions about veterans benefits?

There is a cabinet-level office of the federal government that is committed to informing and serving veterans. For more details, visit the Department of Veterans Affairs website or call 1-800-827-1000 .

For information on financial security, the accountability of elected officials, and other issues important to people age 50 and older, visit AARP 's