Buyers can win $4,500 in gift cards ahead of Big Game

Buyers of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service can start the New Year with savings at Exchange and Commissioner Wright-Patterson when they open and use a new MILITARY STAR account.

From January 13-27, new cardholders will receive 15% off day one purchases, an increase from the usual 10% discount for new cardholders. The discount will be applied as a credit on the first monthly billing statement.

“The limited-time MILITARY STAR card discount is just in time for shoppers looking to budget and save money in the new year,” said Keola Chan, general manager of Wright-Patterson BX. “Fighters and their families can save on purchases beyond the first day discount with daily savings on food and fuel, plus finance offers and discounts throughout the season. year.”

The 15% discount applies to purchases made anywhere the MILITARY STAR Card is accepted, including all exchanges, police stations, online at ShopMyExchange.com, myNavyExchange.com and BoutiqueCGX.com and more. All honorably discharged veterans who have confirmed their eligibility to shop at ShopMyExchange.com can use their MILITARY STAR card discount when shopping online on Exchange.

Wright-Patterson cardholders earn 2% in reward points on their MILITARY STAR purchases and receive a $20 reward for every 2,000 points. Rewards offer excludes Military Apparel line of credit.

Other benefits of the MILITARY STAR card include:

Free delivery on all ShopMyExchange.com and MyNavyExchange.com orders.

  • 5 cents off every gallon of gas at Exchange and participating MCX and NEX gas stations.
  • 10% discount on all purchases at Exchange Restaurant.

Lowest flat rate APR (10.24%) among store cards – rate is offered to all cardholders upon account approval.

· No annual, late or over-limit fees.

· Low Interest Deployment Plan with no payment required for eligible customers.

100% of exchange proceeds are reinvested into the military community, including funding critical quality of life programs on the installation. Over the past 10 years, the Fellowship has generated $3.4 billion in revenue for military programs critical to quality of life. When shoppers use the MILITARY STAR card, the Exchange also saves on credit card transaction fees – savings that total millions of dollars annually – allowing the Exchange to better support combatants and their families.

The MILITARY STAR card is administered by the Army and Air Force Exchange Service and is accepted at all military exchanges and commissaries. For more information, visit MyECP.com.

Michael N. Clark