Discounts just for getting old
Seniors can pay less for many consumer items and services, but they may not always know what's available. Here are some of the better deals.
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We seniors have toiled to build this country and its nice to be respected as so by various companies with a discount on their offered goods and/or services. However, I'll be damned if in order to be offered a discount I must be a member of a crappy organization such as AARP. To be a member or required to join some form of membership specific to the company making the offer is just and fair; to be required to be a member of some other God forsaken organization to receive benefit causes me to boycott and not patronize that business establishment. My age came to me granted by the grace of God and nature, not AARP and etc. Respect me for my attained age and self not some worthless membership requirement which is the height of age discrimination.
Enjoy! and keep the wheels of your walkers well oiled my fellow speedsters.
This article is great for those seniors who eat at McDonalds, ride the Greyhound on vacation, and shop at the local thrift store but how many wallet minded seniors really do this? Obviously the writer has never taken a trip via Greyhound bus. The name of the article is catchy but the content is weak. It is true that there are many discounts to be found when your over fifty but you have to do your homework to find them.....something this writer obviously did not do.
When AARP starte their liberal crap They lost me. Like I need their Chit.
I've been reading posts on a number of topics recently, and it is scaring the **** out of me. Is everyone who writes these a paranoid? Is AARP really a card-carrying, left-leaning, anti-American, Communistic organization? Is Obamacare going to bankrupt this country?
Good luck, folks. I'm 75 and down to my last kidney, so I won't be around to see how this plays out. Like I say, Good luck!
Your articles indicate that one must join aarp to take advantage of the savings.
What a rip off aarp is and I am shocked you would be partners with them.
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