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Union members have access to a wide array of members-only benefits, including low-interest credit cards, scholarships, mortgages, legal services and more. Most of the products and services listed here are members-only. But if you are not represented by a union, you can access some great services and products as well.Union Plus
Union Plus is brought to you by Union Privilege, established by the AFL-CIO, to provide consumer benefits to members and retirees of participating labor unions. Union Plus offers many products and services, including travel discounts on hotels, car rental and more. Below are details on some of their services; for more information and to see the full list, please visit the Union Plus website.
|Retirement Planning - Concerned about planning for retirement? Get help at the Union Plus Retirement Planning website.|
|Mortgage and real estate - This Union Plus program makes refinancing and home buying more affordable for working families, offering an easy application process, closing cost assistance and more.|
|Consumer credit counseling - Certified consumer credit counseling advisers work with union members to help them eliminate their debt.|
|Credit card - Carry the card that works as hard as you do: the Union PlusÃƒâ€šÃ‚Â® Credit Card, exclusively for working families. Explore the many reasons to apply today.|
|Everyday savings, including health club discounts, 20 percent off flower service, discounts on union-made clothing and more.|
Union Plus Scholarship Program - A program offered through the Union Plus Education Foundation provides scholarships ranging from $500 to $4,000 to members of unions participating in any Union Plus program, their spouses and dependent children.
The AFL-CIO's online store for union-made products is a one-stop shop for a variety of clothing, publications, music, videos, cards, buttons and more. Includes links to other union stores online.Union Label
The AFL-CIO Union Label and Service Trades Department website provides information on union-made goods and services, featuring a national Do Not Buy list, the Label Letter newsletter and a new website, www.ShopUnionMade.org.