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Union Plus E-News Archive

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Union Privilege - established by the AFL-CIO to provide consumer benefits to union members and retirees of participating labor unions - sends free, monthly Union Plus e-newsletters to union members and their families who subscribe. 

These emails let you be the first to find out about new and updated benefits for working families including scholarships, discounts and financial services.

Missed an issue of the Union Plus E-News, Union Plus Leader Update or Union Plus Retirement eNews? Read past issues below.


For current and retired union members and their families: This free, monthly e-newsletter covers the latest updates about your union's Union Plus benefits - plus practical advice to help you be a savvy consumer. 


Leader Update

Are you a shop steward?  Union official?  Elected union leader? You owe it to your members to keep them informed about your union's Union Plus benefits.  Your members want to learn about their benefits - and this free, monthly e-newsletter provides easy tips on how to promote the benefits - plus the latest on new and updated Union Plus benefits.


Retirement eNews  

It's never too early to start planning for retirement.  Sign up for Retirement eNews and you'll receive a free, quarterly e-newsletter with helpful advice - without a sales pitch - on retirement issues you need to know about.


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Help if you don’t know your union

Your union membership dictates which Union Plus benefits you are eligible to use.

  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.

Union Plus Credit Card

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.