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Spring is in the air and the IEU's Membership staff wanted to take the time to remind you of the offers available to you through our partners.

We’re finally coming into the warmer months and, while life is a little slower nowadays, if you’re thinking about a ‘spring clean’ - whether it be tidying up your finances, health insurance or a DIY project you’ve been putting off - don’t forget the benefits below are available to you as a member.

Union Shopper is Australia’s largest union owned member benefits program and it’s free to all IEU members. To take advantage please visit their website at You'll need to know your membership number to sign up. There are savings to be had across many sectors as well as monthly member offers.

Teachers Health is a not for profit health fund with over 65 years’ experience built exclusively for the education community and their families. They offer both hospital and extras cover, if you’re not already a member, take the time to compare. Visit their website for a 20 second quote: They also offer household and car insurance.

Teachers Mutual Bank membership is open to citizens or permanent residents of Australia who are current or retired employees of the Australian education sector and their families. Founded by teachers over 50 years ago Teachers Mutual is passionate about supporting the education sector and profits are returned via scholarship programs.

For seven consecutive years, Teachers Mutual has been named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies, and in 2020 it was one of only four banks to achieve this title. Check their website ( for further details on savings accounts, credit cards, home loans, insurance, tax tips and more.

ME Bank is completely owned by Australian industry super funds with over 26 years banking experience and 100% of profits are returned to union members. ME Bank can offer IEU members home loans, everyday banking, savings accounts, credit cards, term deposits and personal loans, visit

Best wishes and happy ‘cleaning’!

Membership Team