U.S.

March 17, 2016
 

Exchange backs ‘Buddies’ with offers, savings

Courtesy of AAFES

DALLAS — The Army & Air Force Exchange Service strives to make it easy for shoppers to exercise their benefit.

That’s why the Exchange brings exclusive offers directly to shoppers’ inboxes every week when they sign up for the Exchange Buddy List. Shoppers who sign up will be among the first to find out about exclusive savings, promotions, events and special offers at their local Exchange.

“Shoppers should not have to hunt to find information on promotions and events at their local Exchange,” said Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Sean Applegate, Exchange senior enlisted advisor. “That’s why we provide a way for them to get the latest deals, direct from the source, with a minimum of fuss. Just sign up on our secure website and start getting weekly updates.”

The Buddy List delivers emails about worldwide and local promotions to approximately 134,000 authorized Exchange shoppers. Customers interested in receiving these messages can sign up at their local Exchange.




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