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Get More From Staying Sharp With AARP Rewards

AARP Members enrolled in both programs can earn AARP Rewards points for completing Staying Sharp activities and redeem for the Staying Sharp Brain Heath Assessment.

Explore all the ways you can learn, earn and reward yourself with Staying Sharp and AARP Rewards!

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Get Started with AARP Rewards

Get started with AARP Rewards, AARP's loyalty program that celebrates your life well-played. Earn points for watching Staying Sharp videos, tackling health and finance quizzes and for hitting fitness milestones. Redeem for points-only offers, 12% off grocery gift cards, sweepstakes and more. AARP Members always earn 50% more on each activity and have exclusive access to members-only rewards.

Get started today and score 1,500 AARP Rewards welcome points. You'll also earn for enrolling in Staying Sharp and watching Staying Sharp videos. 

Why Join Staying Sharp?

Staying Sharp is a member benefit that brings focus to the science around brain health. Choose from Brain Health Challenges, articles, recipes, activities, videos and fun games.

Get started as an AARP member, then score 1,500 points when you activate the Staying Sharp program. 

Activate Both Programs to Start Earning

Members score thousands of AARP Rewards points for joining both programs. They also score points on healthy activities wherever they see an AARP Rewards badge. There are ways to earn across AARP.org and inside Staying Sharp. 

Redeem 9,000 Points To Take the Brain Health Assessment

Once you’ve earned 9,000 AARP Rewards points, you can redeem them for the Staying Sharp Brain Health Assessment instead of paying $7.  The assessment takes about 20-30 minutes and gives you brain health scores and personalized recommendations.