AARP.org – AARP Dream Vacation Sweepstakes
By Saturday, June 19th, 2019
AARP.org – AARP Dream Vacation Sweepstakes. The membership organization is well known for their website that offers great how to information, advocacy and service for people over 50 in term of health, insurance and retirement. They are also known for their popular online games and sweepstakes section. Now lets talk about their latest sweepstakes! How about being the next winner that American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) is looking for. How about winning a travel prize sounds to you? Well AARP is not only giving away one Travel prize but TEN. Indeed you have the chance to win one of their ten travel prizes to a great world destination. So, If you’re over the age of 45, you could win one of ten amazing vacations. Here’s the list of these wonderful destination: A)European River Cruise for two trip package or B)Alaskan cruise for two trip package or C)A trip for two London and Italy or D)A Canadian Rockies trip for two trip package or E)A trip for six people to Disney World in Orlando, FL. trip package or F)A trip for two to Las Vegas, NV. Trip package or G)A trip for two to Riviera Maya, Mexico. Trip package or H)A California road trip for four trip package or I)Caribbean Cruise for two trip package or J)A trip for two to Honolulu, Hawaii trip package.
AARP Dream Vacation 2014
You must be US resident, Age 45+. The travel promotion sweepstakes ends on June 25, 2019. Dream up your next vacation with AARP Travel. No purchase necessary as stated. You can signup free for their AARP Travel Newsletter that is sent twice a month and you can earn 750 Rewards for Good points (AARP Members earn 1,125 Rewards for Good points!). With this Travel Newsletter you will get their latest information about best travel deals, tips and more.*
AARP Sweepstakes Entry: https://sweeps.aarp.org/travel2014
AARP Sweepstakes Rules: https://sweeps.aarp.org/travel2014/rules.html
How do I activate my AARP membership card?
Simply sign in with your Username or Email and Password. Next, locate AARP and then click Enroll Now. Follow the on-screen instructions to activate your membership.
Do I have to register my AARP card?
Hi, glad to help! The sticker on your card is a reminder to set-up your online AARP.org account, which allows you to manage your membership online and to take advantage of exclusive member benefits. Your membership card does not require activation and is ready to use at this time.
How can I get a free AARP membership?
Anyone 50 and over can get all the great member benefits. Plus membership includes your spouse or partner free! Joining online is fast and secure, and once you've signed up and received your membership number, you can start enjoying benefits right away!
How do I check my AARP membership?
Re: My membership number To retrieve your AARP membership number, please call us to speak with a Member Representative Associate at 1-888-OUR-AARP (1-888-687-2277) Monday through Friday 7:00am - 11:00pm EST.
What are AARP rewards for good?
Rewards for Good is a free rewards program that gives you points for using many of the tools and resources found at AARP.org. The more you take advantage of the benefits on AARP.org, the more points you earn. Points are used toward the cost of the retail price of some of your favorite items.
How do I redeem my AARP Rewards points?
To redeem points for AARP membership, log into your account or call the number on the back of your card. Select to redeem your reward points for AARP membership. You'll receive a letter in the mail with redemption code and instructions on how to use it to complete your enrollment or renewal.
How often does AARP magazine come out?
History and operations. Established in 1958, it was known until 2002 as Modern Maturity. The magazine is sent to every AARP member, and thus is the largest circulation magazine in the United States; it has held that position since the late 1980s. The circulation of the magazine is 23,428,878 copies as of December 2015.
Do AARP points expire?
Points don't carry over because you don't need your points in the same way with the new AARP Rewards. Today you have to have points to make a purchase. In the new you will be able to use points or cash. It's for this reason that points will not carry over.
What can I do with my AARP points?
Trade in your points for sweepstakes entries, local deals, discounted gift cards, charitable donations or once-in-a-lifetime adventures. Though, without an AARP membership, you'll miss out on our special stash of members-only rewards.
How do you know if a sweepstakes is real?