Do the benefits of joining AARP outweigh the pissed-off-edness that comes with realizing you're old enough to join?
My husband qualifies to join AARP, but he’s been reluctant to do it. I know there are benefits to it, but I don’t really know if they’re worth paying for. Or if they’re worth listening to my husband bitch and moan about being a member. :p
We don’t travel a lot, we don’t buy a lot. I’m not one to buy extended warranties or road-side assistance plans, because I figure that the very few times I might need them, I’ll just pay out of pocket. Is AARP a similar kind of thing? One of those “it’s nice to have, but not really worth the money” things?
Has it benefited you?