Union Member Benefits

AT&T Wireless Discounts

Exclusively for Union Members

AT&T

Why Should Union Members Choose AT&T?

  • Exclusive Wireless Savings, Just for Union Members 
    Save 15% on the monthly service charge of qualified wireless plans — and take advantage of additional savings on select accessories from AT&T.
  • Waived Activation Fee on Select Devices
    Get the $25 activation fee waived on select devices for new lines of service from AT&T.1
  • Endorsed by Union Members 
    Over 97% of union members surveyed say that they would recommend the AT&T Signature Program Discounts through Union Plus.2
  • Union Strength, Union Solidarity 
    AT&T employs more than 150,000 members of the Communication Workers of America.

    The 15% discount is not eligible for AT&T Unlimited Plans.

Union Plus | Working hard for union families since 1986.

Abenity

Time to Save and Splash at America’s Favorite Theme Parks

  • Disney 
  • Six Flags (Multiple locations)
  • Adventureland Park
  • Colonial Williamsburg
  • Crayola Experience
  • Dollywood
  • Dorney Park
  • Funtown Splashtown USA
  • Hersheypark
  • Kings Dominion
  • LEGOLAND (Multiple locations)
  • SeaWorld
  • Sesame Place
  • Universal Studios 
     

Access Your Union Plus Water and Theme Park Discounts

Access your Union Plus Water and Theme Park discounts by registering and/or logging into the Abenity website for Union Plus members. 

REGISTER/LOGIN AND START SAVING ON FAMILY FUN

TrueCar Auto Buying Service

The Union Plus Auto Buying Service

Use the Union Plus Auto Buying Service, administered by TrueCar, a leading auto purchasing provider, to help you find the right new or used car or truck for you and your family. 

With the Auto buying Service your family will save an average of $3,106 off MSRP* on new cars, as well as:

  • Up to $1,000 in member discounts on used cars 
  • A free CarFax Reports on most vehicles
  • $100 rebate when you buy a new union-made car 
  • $200 on a new union-made, EPA Green Car**

Union Members also receive an additional $100 to $200 when you purchase a New Union Made Vehicle through the program directly from Union Plus.  

Get an upfront price online and view the TRUECar price curve to see what others really paid for the car you want and how your price compares — before ever visiting a dealer.

FIND YOUR CAR OR TRUCK

Mortgages for Union Members, Their Parents, and Children

Whether you are in the market to purchase a home or refinance an existing mortgage, Union Plus offers two mortgage financing providers designed to help union families. Every mortgage provides special hardship assistance in case of disability, lay off, lock out, or strike. 




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Financing Available Through Union Plus Mortgage Company,
a Union-Owned* Company
  • Convenient online application and unionized loan officers to assist you on the phone
  • Union Plus Mortgage Company is union-owned* 
  • Competitive rates on a wide-range of mortgage options
  • $500 gift card after closing for purchasing or refinancing – lots of options to pick from
  • $1,000 grant from Union Plus for qualified veterans who purchase a primary residence.
  • $750 gift card for First-Time Home Buyers 
     

CLICK TO LEARN MORE OR GET PRE-APPROVED

 

CALL 1-855-UNION-53 TO SPEAK WITH A LOAN OFFICER
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Financing Available Through Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
  • My Mortgage GiftSM award from Wells Fargo after closing — $500 for buying a home or $300 for refinancing — for use at participating retailers.1
  • $1,000 grant from Union Plus for qualified veterans who purchase a primary residence.
  • Choose to work with a knowledgeable home mortgage consultant how you prefer — either in your local area or via phone and email.
  • Home financing options to meet a variety of needs, including low down payment options, VA loans and new construction financing. 
  • Access to educational tools and resources to help you prepare for homeownership.


CLICK TO REQUEST A CONSULTATION ONLINE

CALL 1-866-802-7307 FOR A CONSULTATION
Goodyear

Make Sure Your Car and Tires are in Tip-Top Shape 

Regular auto maintenance and new tire purchases from Goodyear help stretch the longevity and value of your vehicle. 

Use the Union Plus Goodyear Discount Coupon for tires and services, to keep your car in good shape and save money.  

  • Save 10% off all Goodyear tires or 5% off sale tires at company-owned Goodyear and Just Tires.
  • Save 5% off sale tires at company-owned Goodyear and Just Tires.
  • Save 10% off car service, including auto maintenance, auto parts, or 5% off preventative maintenance. 

Many Goodyear tires are made by members of the United Steelworkers of America (USW) and the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW), so you can support you fellow labor union members and service your car at the same time.

DOWNLOAD THE DISCOUNT COUPON

Get Legal Advice Today — No Sign-up Required

Union families get access to these Legal Program benefits automatically — no enrollment forms or fees required. Simply select a participating lawyer and get access to these Legal Program benefits:

  • Free Initial Consultation
    Up to 30 minutes with a lawyer (in person or over the phone).
  • Free Simple Document Review and Explanation
  • Members can avoid mistakes by understanding what they sign. Members are provided with an oral interpretation of personal documents like leases, insurance policies and installment sales contracts.*
  • Free follow-up Services
    Including a simple letter or phone call, if likely to resolve a legal matter.
  • Most Additional Services are Discounted by 30%
    Includes lawyer's hourly rates and flat fees for most common legal cases. 
  • Written fee agreement
    Protecting members and preventing any surprises.
Legal Aid Services You Can Trust
  • Selective. Lawyers are carefully screened and selected to make sure members receive the best services available.
  • Labor-friendly. Many panel attorneys serving the program have been selected from lists of labor-friendly lawyers.
  • Experienced. Panel attorneys average 14 years in legal practice.
  • Confidential. Only your lawyer will know you are using  the service. 

FIND A LAWYER

Fifty-five years ago, in a speech to the convention of the Illinois AFL-CIO, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. laid out with characteristic moral clarity the essential role of unions in American life. “The labor movement,” he explained, “was the principal force that transformed misery and despair into hope and progress … [When] the wave of union organization crested over the nation, it carried to secure shores not only itself but the whole society. Civilization began to grow in the economic life of man, and a decent life with a sense of security and dignity became a reality rather than a distant dream.”

This Labor Day, America’s working families are facing unprecedented challenges.

This Convention, called for the purpose of making endorsements for candidates in the November 3rd General Election.

2020 Convention Delegates made the following endorsements:

This election year, America faces interlocking crises—a global health crisis, economic collapse, and systemic racism. Even as we live in fear of disease and economic ruin, we have had to watch the on-camera murders of unarmed Black people by officers who have sworn to protect and serve us. So many of us have stood outside nursing homes and hospitals as our loved ones died inside, alone. In response, we are struggling with despair and asking, Dare we hope for profound change in our public life?

Rev. William Barber, who heads the nonprofit Repairers of the Breach and the Poor People’s Campaign, joined Richard Trumka, president of the country’s largest federation of unions, at the church to announce a formal partnership to work for social, racial and economic justice. Trumka said the labor movement honors the bombing’s four young victims: Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson and Carol Denise McNair. “But our debt to this community is greater than that,” he said.

As the new professional football season begins, the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) released the first in a series of videos of members speaking out on racial justice. The video focuses on NFLPA members’ activism and their participation in the Black Lives Matter movement. The members shared their perspectives on kneeling and what using their platform looks like this football season. “I had that mindset of I’m going to kneel this year as well.

As Labor Day approaches and economic conditions in the U.S. remain tenuous, Americans' 65% approval of labor unions is once again the highest it has been since 2003. Public support for labor unions has been generally rising since hitting its lowest point of 48% in 2009, during the Great Recession.

Read the full article in Gallup.

A lack of poll workers can lead to a lack of available polling places ― and voter disenfranchisement. Given that the pandemic has made door-knocking infeasible in so many areas, labor groups are diverting some of that energy and resources to the poll worker cause. “With COVID, door-to-door has gone by the wayside. So this is how we show up for the moment,” said Michael Podhorzer, who leads political strategy at the AFL-CIO labor federation, which includes 55 unions. “It’s a million-person workforce that kind of has to be replaced.

Richard Trumka, the president of the AFL-CIO, on Thursday morning accused President Trump of breaking his promises to bring more manufacturing and infrastructure jobs to working Americans.

They were some of Mr. Trumka’s strongest comments to date — and a recognition that even labor leaders who were willing to give Mr. Trump a chance four years ago are no longer open to finding common ground.

One way to view President Donald Trump’s executive actions last week on COVID relief is that they represent unlawful overreach. But that would imply that while his actions are illegal, they are nevertheless effective — and therein lies the core problem. What our showman president signed last week was nothing more than smoke and mirrors. 

In March, working families across the country started to scramble. Our homes were transformed into makeshift classrooms, summer camps and daycare centers as the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered schools and child care facilities.