Membership renewal made easy online

American Legion membership for 2022-2023 is underway. And membership renewal in The American Legion can easily, and safely, be done through your account or on

When your membership becomes eligible for renewal, a “Renew Now” button appears at the top right-hand page of your account. Click on “Renew Now” and the amount due is displayed in “My Order Balance.”

Select “Pay Now” or “Renew Now” to proceed. American Legion members can renew online with a credit card.

You can save your credit card on file for auto renewal. Credit cards will be charged by the second week of July annually for the Legion’s membership year, which runs July 1-June 30.

To set up membership auto renewal in your MyLegion account:

1. Click Membership Details under MEMBERSHIP tab on the left-hand page.

2. Click the box “I want to auto renew my membership and authorize that my credit card be charged prior to the start of membership each year” under your current membership status.

3. Enter your credit card information and hit “Add new card.”

4. Select “Save” to save your future renewal.

To add or edit credit card information, click “Manage My Saved Credit Cards.”


Members also can go to  and click “Renew Now” to safely and conveniently pay their dues. Once a member enters the information requested, he or she can set the account for automatic annual renewal, as well as select the option to receive email renewal notices instead of notices through the mail. If the membership is current, he or she may still choose to sign up for automatic annual renewal and/or to receive renewal notices by email only. Automatic renewal can also be set up by calling the toll-free American Legion customer service line at (800) 433-3318.


Don’t have a account? Sign up now to manage your American Legion membership profile and benefits. To register, visit It is important to know that all accounts are registered with the email on your membership record that National Headquarters has on file.

2023 membership card

In June 1923, the Americanism Commission called the first National Flag Conference in Washington, D.C., where more than 60 patriotic, fraternal, civic and military organizations gathered to create a standard set of guidelines relating to the flag – the U.S. Flag Code. The 2023 American Legion membership card celebrates the 100th anniversary of the first Flag Code drafted, which Congress adopted in 1942.