Club Membership

It’s Easy To Join

Becoming a club member is easy. Simply stop by the Grizzly Bend and fill out an application or apply online.

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Air Force Club Membership Card benefits include:

25-day Grace Period: You have 25 days to make payment on your account. When you pay the full balance due, there are no revolving or finance fees.
Competitive Annual Percentage Rate (APR): Your club membership card offers a competitive APR of “prime” plus 6.74% (currently 9.99% - Aug 11)
Three Easy Payment Methods:

MasterCard and/or Force Support Squadron (FSS) Charging Privileges: Your MasterCard club membership card features on-and off-base charging privileges through our partner, Chase Bank.
Free Outstanding Cash-Back Rewards Program: If you are MasterCard cardholder, you are automatically enrolled in the Military Free Cash Rewards program. You receive two points for every dollar spent in purchases on base in all FSS activities, the Base Exchange (including gas), and the Commissary, and one point for all purchases off base. For as few as 2,500 points, you can choose a $25 in cash or a $25 gift certificate redeemable at popular merchants and restaurants, or travel redemption – and it’s absolutely free!
24-hour Client Service: You can access your account information 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling Chase Bank Card Member Service (CMS) at 1-800-759-0294. If overseas, you can call Chase Bank International CMS collect at 1-302-594-8200.


Which Membership Card Will I Receive?

All Club applicants will be initially considered for the MasterCard club membership. If you do not qualify for the MasterCard, you will be issued a Proprietary Card club membership card. The Air Force determines club member eligibility. Based on the terms of a contract, our contractor, Chase Bank determines the type of club membership card (or credit entitlements) you receive.

You should receive your Air Force Club membership card within 10 days of submitting your application.


MasterCard Club Membership Card

The MasterCard club membership card includes an outstanding free cash back rewards program and it can be used in all Force Support Squadron activities, as well as off-base where ever MasterCard is accepted.


Proprietary Card Club Membership Card

While it is not a commercial MasterCard, the Proprietary Card club membership card is a credit card that reports to the credit bureau. It carries a lower credit line (max $500), can be used on-base in Force Support activities worldwide, but does not include the rewards program.


Great Benefits

• 25 academic scholarships totaling $25,000 given away each year.
• Club Member Free Events
• Live Entertainment
• Reciprocal privileges at Air Force Club Worldwide

• Grizzly Bend: $1 off meals, $2 off DV/catered events
• Aces High Bowling Center: $1 off meals


10% OFF

Outdoor Recreation: Program fees, RV storage spaces, rental fees, class fees

Arts & Crafts Center: Framing & engraving

Youth Programs: Membership fees & sports programs
…and more!


Reasonable Monthly Dues

Air Force Club Membership Dues

With some exceptions, club members pay dues to their local club. Dues rates are determined by the local installation commander and are used to defray the day-to-day club operating costs and to help support club member programs.

Note: If you live more than 50 miles from the installation, your dues will only be 50 percent of your active duty counterpart. Also, clubs offer a 180-day complimentary membership to all Air Force active duty, Reserve, and DOD civilian regular employees upon retirement. And, dues are waived for active duty members who are deployed.


Officer

• 2d Lt - Capt: $15
• Maj - Gen: $20
• Civilian(GS7 & Up): $10
• Civ Retiree: $10
• Widow: $0
• Honorary: $0


Enlisted

• E-1-E-4: $3
• E-4 - E-9: $7
• Mil Retiree: $3
• Civilian (GS1-6): $7
• Civ Retiree: $3
• Widow: $0
• Honorary: $0


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