We offer payment options to make it easier to be an APTA member.
Membership dues vary based on membership type (PT, PTA, student, etc.) and participation in chapters, sections, and academies.
Members can separate dues payments into monthly installments and auto-renew to ensure continuous membership.
Dues discounts are available for graduating student members (see below).
APTA Early-Career Dues Discount
Are you a student member of APTA? Maintain your APTA membership through graduation and you will receive a 50% discount on APTA dues your first year postgraduation, with additional savings the next three years:
- Second year postgraduation: 40% off national and participating chapter and section dues.
- Third year postgraduation: 30% off national and participating chapter and section dues.
- Fourth year postgraduation: 20% off national and participating chapter and section dues.
This discount will be automatically applied at renewal. Learn more about the APTA Early-Career Dues Discount.
You get to decide how to pay your dues:
Members can pay their annual membership dues in one lump sum at the time of joining and at renewal.
APTA Monthly Payment Plan
New in 2021: In response to member requests, we are excited to offer a monthly installment plan for payment of annual membership dues. Each month, members will be charged one-twelfth of annual dues plus a $1 monthly administrative fee. You can choose this option at the time of renewal. Membership is still for a full year. You can also set your membership to auto renew every year.
APTA Easy Pay Plan
Discontinued: With the implementation of the APTA Monthly Payment Plan, the APTA Easy Pay Plan will be phased out and will no longer be an option when joining or renewing membership. Current participants in this plan will be offered annual or monthly payments upon renewal.
New and renewing members can set their membership to automatically renew on an annual basis if they pay with a credit or debit card.
For assistance, contact APTA Member Success or call 800-999-2782, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. ET.