Redstone Federal Credit Union

Redstone Discounts!® Advertising Opportunity

At Redstone, we love working with local businesses. We're excited you're interested in this free advertising opportunity that creates value for over 380,000 loyal Redstone members in North Alabama and Central Tennessee.

Please complete the following form to request information about offering Redstone Discounts! for your business. A member of our Business Market Development Team will contact you within two business days to learn more.

This credit union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration.

Redstone Discounts! is a program available to RFCU® members and Service Groups who have an RFCU debit or credit card. A business does not have to be a member or Service Group to take advantage of this advertising opportunity. However, only members and Service Groups with RFCU debit or credit cards can receive the program’s discounts. To become a member, a minimum balance of $5.00 is required to open a share savings account and must be maintained in the share savings account at all times. Members or Service Groups must have an RFCU checking account to obtain a debit card. Members must not have caused RFCU a loss (certain exclusions apply) in order to be eligible to open a checking account. Minimum opening deposits, average monthly balances, and monthly checking maintenance fees apply to some checking accounts. Minimum opening deposits, average monthly balances, and transaction fees apply to business checking accounts. The opening deposits, average monthly balances, monthly checking maintenance fees, and transaction fees vary per checking account type. Please contact RFCU for more information about these amounts and fees. Fees and restrictions may apply to some checking accounts, products, and services. Age restrictions may apply.

Redstone Discounts! are provided by participating merchants. RFCU does not warrant, guarantee, or insure any product, purchase, or service offered by participating merchants. RFCU and participating merchants are separate entities.