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. Learn More
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Union Plus Benefits for Postal Workers

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Benefits for Life

Union Plus benefits stand for quality and service - with prices working families can live with.

Best of all, Union Plus programs are designed specifically for working families. Our benefits have added features that are especially helpful in cases of disability or layoffs.

Who can use these benefits?

You don't have to join Union Plus or Union Privilege.  If you are a member of one of the following postal unions, you and your family are automatically eligible for your union's Union Plus benefits. Most unions participate in most Union Plus benefits, but some international unions elect not to offer all the programs.

Choose your union below and we'll display your Union Plus benefits:

Our secret? Union Power.

Just as unions provide strength in the workplace, Union Privilege provides strength in the marketplace. We deliver the best benefits through the collective buying power of over 13 million labor union members. And we do so without using union member dues.

What are the benefits?  They include:

  • Mortgage
  • AT&T wireless discount
  • Credit counseling
  • Travel discounts
  • Legal service
  • Scholarships for union members and their children
  • Auto insurance
  • Health savings

Check out the links above for more on all your benefits.

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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.