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Membership Eligibility

If you live, work, worship or volunteer in Prince George’s County, Maryland you are eligible to take advantage of the financial benefits and services we have to offer. Membership requires a $50 deposit in a share savings account. Once the primary membership is established, immediate family members are welcome to take advantage of membership benefits as well.

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Our extensive menu of workshops, classes, and seminars supports you with the financial know-how to become financially savvy consumers. We also offer the best loan and savings rates in the market. And all Members qualify for special discounts from select national retailers including: Dell®, Sprint®, Enterprise Car Sales, Nationwide Insurance, ADT and more.

Maryland average auto loan APR = 3.30%*. Prince George average auto loan APR = 2.74%*.
Maryland average CD Rate = 1.48% APY. PGCFCU average CD Rate = 1.76% APY.

* APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rates as of 3/1/16 and are subject to change without notice. Your rate may vary depending on your credit history and term. 2.24% APR is for auto loans for a maximum of 36 months. Payment example: For a $20,000 New Auto loan for a term of 36 months with a 2.24% APR, the monthly payment will be $575.50. Certain restrictions apply. Contact us for details. ** National average bank rate as of 3/1/16. Source: SNL Financial.

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Special Offers in Store for You!

Six Flags Summer Fun. Be sure to use Username: PGCFCUAM and Password: Sixflags1View more info on Six Flags discount.
I Love My Credit Union: Save up to $15 on TurboTax federal products!*View more info on TurboTax savings.
I Love My Credit Union: Get a $100 cash reward for each new line you activate on unlimited lines with Sprint. Plus, get a $100 cash reward per account , every year, after the first year. View more info on Sprint rewards
HomeAdvantage Program: Buying or Selling a Home can earn you cash rewards.**View more info on HomeAdvantage program

*Limited time offers. Activation Fee: Up to $30/line. Credit approval req. Cash Reward Offers: Avail. for eligible credit union members & member employees with qualifying corp. id. (ongoing verification). $100 Cash Reward for new smartphone line activ. up to 3 lines. Req. activ. at point of sale. Excludes CL, MBB devices, tablets, Sprint Phone Connect, upgrs., replacements & ports made between Sprint entities or providers associated with Sprint. Limit one SWP Corp ID per Sprint acct. No add’l. discounts apply. Loyalty Reward: $50/line/yr. Cash Reward up to 3 lines when Sprint acct. remains active and in good standing each yr. Transfer Reward: Members participating in another discount program are eligible for a $50 Cash Reward for up to 3 smartphone lines transferred to Cash Reward program. Deposit: Cash Reward issued by CU Solutions Group. Sprint acct. must remain active and in good standing for 31 days to receive Cash Reward. Allow 6-8 wks. for Cash Reward to be deposited to your Credit Union acct. If the Cash Reward does not appear after 8 wks., visit & click on “Cash Rewards Tracker”. Other Terms: Offer/coverage not avail. everywhere or for all phones/networks. May not be combinable with other offers. Offer, terms, restrictions, & options subject to change & may be modified, discontinued, or terminated at any time without notice. Restrictions apply. © 2018 Sprint. All rights reserved. Sprint & the logo are trademarks of Sprint. Other marks are the property of their respective owners.

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