I spent yesterday walking through the convention floor meeting many people who do business with AARP members. It’s an amazing array, from telephones that display text for what someone is saying to Egypt and Panama tourism. Plus a giant booth full of cheerful tourism folks from the great state of Texas!
AARP costs a mere $16 a year, but their discounts give travelers and anyone over 50 a whole lot of savings throughout the year. Below are just some of the discounts you can find on entire AARPDiscounts.com website. Oh, and don’t be taken in by those mailings you get. Get your membership from the AARP website.
Here are some of their terrific discounts:
The UPS Store — Members receive 15% off eligible products and services and 5% off domestic and international UPS shipping services.
Movies Unlimited — The video retailer offers rare, classic movies and hard-to-find TV shows on DVD or Blu-ray. As an AARP member, you get an extra 10% off Movies Unlimited’s already reduced prices.
Live Nation Concerts — Get four concert tickets for the price of three.
Ancestry.com — Get free shipping on the results of the $99 DNA test that will reveal your ethnic roots. Enter coupon code AARPDNA13 (expires Oct. 31, 2013).
The AARP Travel Center powered by Expedia — All kinds of deals and specials. Click and see.
Norwegian Cruise Line — Through Nov. 1, 2013, get up to $250 to spend on board fleet-wide; up to $500 to spend on board when you book a Cruisetour; or a special $100 offer on our newest ship, Norwegian Getaway. Also enjoy up to $1000 in Air Credits; 50% reduced deposit; up to $100 off select sailings.
Avis/Budget Rental cars: Get a discount on renting their in-car GPS and get a free second driver at no cost.
Michaels — Save 10% at Michaels Stores on Tuesdays. Every Tuesday.
1-800Flowers.com — Save 20% off or $20 off $79.99 or more.
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