I was a member, but quit when I couldn't get them to slow down their mailings to a lesser amount. But I do use their Medigap policy and in FL from January 1st to May 15th they sponsor a free tax service. Just heard about it this year and tried it out for my mother. I was very impressed with how efficient they were. All volunteer tax workers and you go through three stages and when finished they file electronically for you.Gary RV_Wizard said:I get our home and car insurance through AARP-branded programs, my wife has an AARP-branded Medigap policy, and we have the Allstate Roadside Assist service (cars, not rv) thru them as well. I chose them because they provide the best deal for us (yes, I shopped around), not because they are AARP branded.
Dragginourbedaround said:Too much junk mail. Once you're on their mailing list it takes forever to be removed.
Isaac-1 said:Thanks for bringing this up, I reached AARP recruitment age a few months ago, and have been getting all sorts of limited time only offer junk mail.