We Americans like to get up and go. Especially around the holidays, and never more so than around those holidays awaiting us with just a flip of the calendar.
Over Thanksgiving, approximately 40 million Americans will travel by plane, train or automobile to feast, shop and visit with friends and family. The week between Christmas and New Year's will see 90 million folks traveling far and wide for similar seasonal merry making.
Are visions of holiday travel dancing in your head? If so—and if you're a member of AARP—you may want to think of using your AARP member discounts for making those dreams of traveling during the upcoming holiday season a reality. AARP members are in luck when it comes to travel—they have access to a plethora of perks, valuable discounts and offers. Automatically. With membership.
Here's how: AARP works with select companies to provide AARP members access to discounts on everything from travel to shopping to groceries that are tailored to the meet their members' specific wants and needs. These companies offer their discounts on AARPdiscounts.com.
With their AARP membership card, AARP members can get access to hundreds of discounts online through www.AARPdiscounts.com or offline in-store or on the phone.
A recent addition to the list of AARP member offers is Hilton Hotels. Members can receive up to 10% off their visit at hotels worldwide. Think Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, DoubleTree by Hilton, Embassy Suites Hotels, Hilton Garden Inn and Hampton Hotels. Chances are there's one at or near where you're planning to go. For more information or to book an AARP member rate for your holiday stay, click here.
Also available to members are exclusive discounts at the AARP Travel Center Powered by Expedia, including 10% off AARP preferred hotel providers and 25% off AARP preferred car rental providers.
But wait, there's more. There's always more with an AARP membership as new providers are frequently added. To stay on top of the latest and greatest discounts, offers, and information, "bookmark," "favorite" or "pin" the AARPdiscounts.com for easy access to updates.
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