For over 5 years, FedSave has been helping hard working Government employees – like you – save money by providing detailed information on discounts, special offers and coupons from brand name retailers that are designed exclusively for Government employees!
Many of these discounts are available on our website – Premium Discounts, however, are only available in our FREE FedSave Newsletter.
August 16th, 2013 | No Comments »
Alamo has a Government and Military program. Sometimes sites will remove the offers or they are just difficult to find. So we have a screen shot of the benefits and how to obtain them. Notice the most important thing to have is the code:
Contract ID/Coupon: GOVBIZ
You get discounted rates and more. Go to Alamo Here
This has been added to the Federal Travel Coupon Page
August 9th, 2013 | No Comments »
Alamo car rental has two deals for Government workers. Alamo has been around since 1974.
Alamo offers low rental rates and a hassle-free customer experience at the most popular travel destinations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Latin America and Asia.
Alamo customers in the U.S. are able to conveniently choose their own vehicles, based upon their advance reservation and requested car class, and then simply drive away from the airport. Alamo’s 171 self-serve kiosks at 63 U.S. locations also allow customers to expedite their check-in time and hit the road faster.
Here are the deals:
Government Coupon Code: AF8621ADP
Deal: Enjoy One Free Day of Rental
Details: Reserve a compact through full-size car in the United States, Canada, Latin America or Caribbean. Valid for a rental of at least 5 days with a Saturday overnight keep. Valid through 12/31/15.
Government Coupon Code: AU5751ADC
Deal: One Car Class Upgrade
Details: Reserve a compact through standard car in the United States or Canada.
Valid through 12/31/15.
This has been added to the Federal Travel Coupon Page
March 14th, 2012 | 2 Comments »
Switch to T-Mobile and take advantage of America’s Largest 4G Network, Affordable Smartphones, 15% discount on monthly service and Waived activation fees* all part of the T-Mobile Federal employee discount. For additional information or to place a new order please contact T-Mobile at 877-426-2024. Reference promo code 15327TMOFAV.
Already using T-Mobile? Call 877 453 8824 or go to www.tmobile.com/corpdiscount to check your eligibility.* (*some restrictions may apply)
December 18th, 2011 | No Comments »
Mom Deserves the Best
FEDSAVE Members Choose your Savings!
SAVE $10 off of $39.99+ (as much as a 25% discount)
Use PROMOTION Code: FEDSAVETEN
Or SAVE 20% on any order
Use PROMOTION Code: FEDSAVE
To take advantage of these savings, simply visit either 1800flowers.com or 1800Baskets.com websites and enter the discount codes during check-out. These Savings are also available at ThePopcornFactory®, Cheryl’s® & Fannie May Fine Chocolate® on the 1-800 websites.
Find great holiday gifts, like exclusive gift baskets, holiday flowers, and more. For corporate and personal gifts, make 1-800-FLOWERS.COM your first stop.
Go to www.1800flowers.com, www.1800baskets.com or call 1-800-FLOWERS (1-800-356-9377)
November 27th, 2011 | No Comments »
Hewlett-Packard is the worlds largest information technology company and is a proud provider of HP Federal employee discounts. These exclusive discounts are available on a limited number of items however, so you need to shop around to make sure you get the best possible price. This is true for most all of the large computer companies so take your time and enjoy the HP Federal employee discounts when you can!
To get the HP Federal employee discount, you will need to visit the HP website and sign-up for their HP Purchase Program. Here is what you need to do:
1. Visit the HP Federal Employee Discounts Web Page by clicking here.
2. Complete the form on the page. When asked for a “Company Code” enter “2344”. This is the standard discount code for all Federal employees.
3. Once you complete the form, click on the “register” button and you’ll be taken to section of the HP website available only to Federal and State/Local employees.
4. Look for items with the Yellow Tag near the price. The Yellow Tag signifies special offers for Federal employees.
HP Federal employee discounts range from 8% to 10% and will vary through-out the year.
November 17th, 2011 | No Comments »
An AT&T Federal employee discount is available to any active duty military or civilian employee. To see if you qualify, simply visit AT&T online and enter your email to validate your employment status. An AT&T Federal employee discount of 15% is generally available to all who qualify.
If you shop online, you may also qualify for:
$25 off your order*
Exclusive access to special packages
Discounts on select phones and eligible plans (voice & data)
30-day return policy
You can also call and ask for your AT&T employee discount but we’ve heard from several FedSave members that this approach does not always work because not every operator or customer support person knows of these discounts. We suggest using the link below to go directly to the AT&T Federal employee discount page to avoid any problems.
If you did not know, in addition to providing wireless services for Federal employees and their families, AT&T also provides a wide range of networking, mobile communication, and professional services through a variety of contracts and partners.
Visit http://www.corp.att.com/gov/movn/ to take advantage of the AT&T Federal employee discount and to learn more.
October 18th, 2011 | Comments Off on Federal IT Discounts
Regardless of your budget or project, there are many ways to get Federal IT discounts on all your technology purchases.
The first site you should check for pre-negotiated discounts on Federal IT equipment is GSA.gov. GSA negotiates prices, terms and conditions with all companies before they are awarded a GSA contract.
Another site for Federal IT discounts is the NASA SEWP contract. The SEWP contract (Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement) is a multi-award Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) vehicle focused on IT products and product based services. The contract includes discounts on computers, laptops, software, networking equipment, storage devices, security software, and more!
Additionally, there are many private services that provide excellent pricing and information on Federal IT equipment. For example, one site you should check is FederalITUpdate.com. Federal IT Update provides all kinds of useful information to help you make the best decision on what to buy.
October 12th, 2011 | No Comments »
Unless you’ve had a qualifying life event – like getting married or divorced, having a baby, or moving to another state – Open Season is the only time you can change your health plan status (from self only to self and family, or vice versa) or choose a different health plan based on cost or your anticipated needs.
The Federal Employee Health Benefits (FEHB) Open Season happens typically the first week of November through the second week of December each year. Make sure you check OPM’s website to confirm the dates if you expect to make any changes to your Federal health plans. Read the rest of this entry »
August 1st, 2011 | No Comments »
Dell provides discount to Government and Military members through it’s online “Government Store”. We’ve heard back from members that some of the discounts are very good and some are not. So just like everything else, we suggest you spend some time researching the best product and best price from a variety of stores.
Discounts range from %5 to 15% but better deals can often be found on select models.
To visit the store, visit http://www.dell.com/us/eep/p/
July 30th, 2011 | No Comments »
Let’s face it, traffic stinks! No matter where you live and how far your drive to work is, being stuck behind the wheel of your automobile is no fun. But you can do something about it! Their are many programs available for Government employees to work from home, full and part-time, and avoid at least some of your daily road rage! To help you get started, we’ve pulled together some great resources for you below.
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