How much does an NRA lifetime membership cost?

How much does an NRA lifetime membership cost?

NRA Raises Membership Dues

Membership tier Previous price New price
Two-year $60 $70
Three-year $85 $100
Five-year $140 $150
Lifetime $1,500 $1,500

How much is an NRA membership per year?

Your one-year NRA membership is just $45 and unlocks all of NRA’s member benefits, giving you access to hundreds of dollars in savings. And if you’d like to save even more, choose a two-year membership for $75, a three-year membership for $100, or, for the best value, a five-year membership for only $150.

What do you get with NRA life membership?

NRA Life Membership As a life member, you’ll not only enjoy regular NRA membership benefits for the rest of your life, but you’ll receive an exclusive Life Member credentials package including a membership card, certificate, shooter’s patch, lapel pin and decals—all attesting to your new NRA leadership role.

Do NRA members get free life insurance?

Annual members receive $5,000 of Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage at NO COST to you. The plan covers accidents at, or to and from, an NRA event; and accidents that occur during the use of firearms or hunting equipment while hunting. Insurance must be activated at time of renewal.

How much does it cost to join the NRA?

One such sale is going on now, to end on July 24, 2020. Current “list price” for NRA membership levels: NRA Member (annual) $ 45 NRA Member (annual) $ 25 (current sale)

How do you join the NRA?

There are three basic ways to join the NRA. The easy way to join the NRA is to go to Find the “join” link (there’s also a Life Membership link; Life Membership is $1500, payable either in a lump sum or in 60 monthly or quarterly payments), fill out the form, provide a payment card number and…you’re an NRA member.

What is NRA life of duty?

NRA Life of Duty is a broadband network featuring an interactive library filled with videos made specifically for individuals who go to work every day protecting, defending, and fighting for the safety of the American people.