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New rebates for union members in April

Posted on April 3, 2014
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Spring brings new weather, and new rebates from Union Plus!

NEW: Auto Down Payment Rebates

Union Plus Credit Cardholders who purchase a new car using the Union Plus Auto Buying program through TrueCar, and who use their Union Plus Credit Card for the deposit or down payment ($500 minimum to $3,500 maximum), are eligible for a rebate of 10%, up to $350. (Not all dealers will accept a credit card down payment, so ask first). See details here.


Switch your wireless plan to AT&T and save even MORE!

Now you may be eligible for a rebate of $150 when you switch to AT&T wireless from a non‐union wireless carrier like Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T‐Mobile or Working Assets. Use your Union Plus Credit Card to purchase a qualifying Union Plus AT&T wireless plan with your Union Plus 15% discount to qualify for this special rebate! Get details here.


In addition, you can still get the up to $100 AT&T Smartphone Rebate. If you are a current or new Union Plus AT&T wireless plan participant - use your Union Plus Credit Card to purchase a new smartphone with an AT&T data plan and you may be eligible for a rebate up to $100. Get details here.

That's a total of up to $250 in rebates!


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  1. What your national union’s name (not just your local number)? Scroll through the list we have to see if you recognize your union.
  2. What type of work do you do (select your occupation)?
  3. Do you have a union member card or union publication/letter that shows the name of your union? Find something with the name of your union, not just a local number.
  4. Is there a shop steward or work colleague you can ask what the name of your union is? You can even ask your human resources department to tell you the full name of your union?
  5. Do you have a Union Plus Credit Card? If so, the name and logo for your international union should appear on the front of the card.

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Union members are automatically eligible for their union's Union Plus benefits and you do not need to be a Union Plus Credit Cardholder in order to access your union's Union Plus benefits.

But - if you are a Union Plus Credit Cardholder, you could be eligible for additional discounts.