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As the calendar turns to August, some of us think of barbecues, vacations and hot summer weather.  For others, household attention turns to getting the kids ready for another exciting school year.  New clothes, school supplies and dorm room swag aren’t cheap, and AFCU would like to help you shoulder some of the burden this year!

Anyone who opens a new AFCU Share (Savings) Account and signs up for eStatements in August 2018 will receive a $25 gift card to Target.* This is a great opportunity to introduce your loved ones to the benefits of AFCU membership and why banking at your credit union is one of the smartest financial decisions they can make. No kids? No problem! We’re confident that you’ll  be able to put the $25 Target gift card to good use!

Open an AFCU Account

After your new AFCU Account is opened, remember to sign up for AeroAccess Home Banking and enable eStatements on your AFCU Account to be eligible for the $25 Target gift card.

Here’s how to enroll in eStatements via AeroAccess Home Banking: 

  1. Log into your AeroAccess account via www.aerofcu.org
  2. From the "Accounts" tab, select "Statements"
  3. Select "Electronic (Via Internet)" and click "Accept"

For assistance, please contact a Member Concierge at 800-795-2325.

*AFCU Savings Accounts must be new accounts opened between August 1, 2018 – August 31, 2018. New accounts must have eStatements enabled by August 31, 2018 to qualify for the $25.00 Target Gift Card. Offer subject to change at any time without notice. Standard field of membership requirements apply.

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The information provided by Aerospace Federal Credit Union is for informational purposes only and does not constitute personal financial, investment, or tax advice. For advice on your particular financial situation, you should consult with your personal financial, investment, and/or tax advisors. The opinions and statements of authors and commenters on this Blog are not the opinions or statements of the Credit Union or the Board of Directors, and the Credit Union takes no responsibility for their content.