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Receive a $50 bonus in your AFCU Savings Account when you refer a new member who opens an AFCU Checking Account by May 31, 2019.* Your referral will also receive $50 in their new AFCU Checking Account!

APPLY ONLINE:

  • From www.aerofcu.org click on Apply, then click on Open An Account at the top of the homepage
  • Answer “Yes” when asked “Are you applying with the Refer a Member in Spring promotion?”
  • Have your referral enter your name to ensure you receive your $50 bonus

APPLY IN BRANCH:

  • Have your referral mention the Refer A Member in Spring promotion and your name as the referring member to the assisting AFCU Team Member

If you have questions, please call 800-795-2325.

*Refer A Member in Spring promotion valid from April 10 – May 31, 2019. The new member must open a new AFCU Savings and Checking Account. Offer does not apply to existing members who open an AFCU Checking Account. If applying online, the new member must enter the referring member’s name when asked if they are applying with the Refer a Member in Spring promotion on the application. Mention the Refer a Member in Spring promotion if applying in person at the branch. Offer subject to change at any time without notice. Standard field of membership requirements apply.

Aerospace Federal Credit Union is proud to partner with Banzai, the award-winning financial education program used by millions of teachers and students around the country. Now your family can experience real-world financial lessons in a fun, safe way. AFCU wants to help you and your kids achieve financial success, so we're offering this financial literacy program totally free to our members! Banzai is a "learn by doing" program that teaches healthy spending habits, planning ahead and financial responsibility through online interactive games. It's completely web-based so there's no need to install any software - you have full access from anywhere, anytime. There are three courses offered for different age groups:

BANZAI JUNIOR (ages 8 - 12) Focuses on income, budgeting, savings, borrowing and making trade-offs: A child sets out to learn about money by starting a lemonade stand, opening his or her first savings account, and saving for a new bike.

BANZAI TEEN (ages 13 -18) Focuses on rent, credit cards, auto loans, insurance and taxes: Follow the life of a recently graduated high school student, holding a job, working late hours, and making do with what life sends.

BANZAI PLUS (ages 18 and older) Focuses on credit score, insurance, taxes, mortgages and identity theft: Tackle adult financial dilemmas, such as maintaining good credit, buying insurance, understanding taxes, and qualifying for a mortgage.

Also included for free is an online library with in-depth articles to help you master your finances. Topics include budgeting, insurance, retirement, buying a house, taxes, life changes, borrowing and credit, smart living, starting a business and more! Start having fun while learning about finances online today!

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Congratulations to our monthly winner of the Win with AFCU Sweepstakes! Emanuel B. won $500 for making five or more purchase transactions with his AFCU Debit Card in February 2019. Emanuel came by the credit union to receive his prize and take a photo with our giant check!

Remember, the more purchases you make with your AFCU Debit Card the more entries you get into the prize drawings. We'll be giving away $500 each month throughout 2019 and a $2,500 grand prize at the end of the year! For full details and official rules, click here.

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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.