cruisecritiquer Posted November 1, 2013 #1 Share Posted November 1, 2013 Okay so a friend of mine said you can join AARP with an Associate Membership when you are under 50. I Called. She's right. Seeing as how the AARP gives you a 5% discount on cruises, and it's only $16.00/year it would certainly be worth a membership. My question, however is that I know Associate Members are not eligible to apply for insurance and other products through AARP and you do not become a full member until you are 49.5 years old. But, do they still get to use discounts like the NCL one? I've called AARP and amazingly enough the customer service reps could not give me any definitive information on this. I read an article that said only 1% of their member base is under 50 so I'm not surprised they don't receive these questions frequently. Has anyone tried to use an AARP Associate membership to take advantage of the 5% discount through NCL? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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