It’s that time of the year again. The kids (or you) are going back to school and you need to stock up for the year ahead. Luckily, being a union member means you get great savings on the essentials you need.
Save on a New Dell Computer
You can save up to 30% on a new Dell computer. With a discount like that, the whole family will be happy. Upgrade with Dell.
Or Splurge on a New Apple Laptop or Desktop
Eyeing that Apple computer but don’t want to spend too much? Check out our Apple discount so you can get the tech you need at the right price. Upgrade with Apple.
Get Discounts on Computers, Electronics, Tablets, and More
The Purchasing Power program allows members to buy brand-name electronics more through payroll allotment. That means there's no upfront cash or credit check required and you'll have 12 months to pay it off. Plus, as an AFGE member you'll pay 10% less what other federal employees would. Use AFGE's most popular benefit.
Seeing the board in class is an important part of learning this school year. You’ll save on eye exams, glasses, contacts, and progressive lenses. Save on vision health care.
Don’t miss a thing in school with a hearing exam. Save on hearing health care.
Oral health care is a critical part of your overall health. Get ahead of your family’s healthcare needs with a checkup at the dentist. Save on oral health care.
Honoring AFGE’s former national president, The John N. Sturdivant Scholarship (JNS) program offers 25, $2,000 scholarships each year to AFGE members and their families. Apply for the JNS scholarship.
eCampus.com offers AFGE members discounts on thousands of eTextbooks. Members can also take advantage of their electronic notetaking benefits and buyback programs. Save on school books.
From 1-on-1 tutoring to practice tests, this all-inclusive benefit has everything you need to find and get into the best colleges. Save on college prep.
Don’t be fooled by the political leadership’s propaganda about how the MISSION Act will help veterans. It won’t. It is instead tearing down the VA, the lifeline for those on the front lines.
The Trump administration’s plan to move the headquarters of the Economic Research Service (ERS) out of Washington, D.C. hit a major snag as capital region lawmakers are pushing back against the relocation, which many sees as the administration’s attempt to politicize research and science.