How to Make an AARP Credit Card Payment


An AARP credit card is offered to individuals over age 50 who belong to AARP. The AARP credit card program is sponsored by Chase Bank and provides services including travel rewards, low annual percentage rates and no annual fees. Once you're accepted for a card, you have multiple choices in order to make an AARP credit card payment.

Sign up for online access to your AARP credit card account on the Chase Bank website. To do this, you must provide your social security number as well as the account number for your AARP credit card.

Choose the “Secure ePay” menu option after logging on to your AARP credit card account. Once on this page, enter your bank account details. Have your bank name, routing number and account number ready to enter into the electronic payment system.

Verify your account details while on the Chase AARP credit card secured network. You can then choose the "Make a payment" option from the menu listing. Enter in the amount you want to pay toward the card and select the "Submit" button.

View your electronic receipt. After the payment has been instantly transferred from your bank account, you can view your payment history online. Because the transfer is instant, you don't have to worry about late charges incurred by not mailing your AARP credit card payment on time.

Pay your AARP credit card account the traditional way--by mailing payment to Chase--if you don't want to pay online. You'll receive a monthly statement and should send a check or money order along with the payment stub before the due date.

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