Employee discounts

VCU employees are eligible for a variety of services and discounts. Vendors may ask to see your VCUCard ID to verify your eligibility. Other vendors might require a special code. Please note that the list of discounts for various businesses and entities does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by VCU for those organizations. Any services or products purchased through these discounts are between the employee and the company offering the discount and as such, any agreements made are the sole responsibility of the individual employee. VCU assumes no obligations for these arrangement for the benefit of our employees, it does not warrant or endorse any goods or services provided by any business participating in the employee discount program. It is the employees' responsibility to carefully check the goods and services offered related to a specific service or product. All discounts are subject to change.

View the full list of VCU employee discounts and offer codes. Authentication is required.

VCU employees are also eligible for discounts offered to all state employees through the Virginia Department of Human Resource Management (DHRM).

 

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Commonwealth of Virginia employees and preschool and K–12 teachers (public and private) can receive free admission to the exhibition Storied Strings: The Guitar in American Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) through March 19, 2023. Active-duty military and their immediate families can also receive free admission through VMFA’s year-round extension of the Blue Star Museums program.

VMFA welcomes all state employees and school teachers to see the exhibition, which includes works of art by Virginia artists. Storied Strings:The Guitar in American Art explores the instrument as a visual subject, enduring symbol and storyteller’s companion. Strummed everywhere from parlors and front porches to protest rallies and rock arenas, the guitar also appears far and wide in American art. Featuring 125 works of art, as well as 35 musical instruments, the exhibition shows how guitars figure prominently in the visual stories Americans tell themselves about themselves — their histories, identities and aspirations.

Audio-visual kiosks featuring music and filmed performances further enhance the visitor experience. As an extension of the exhibition, performances by more than a dozen recognized guitarists will be videotaped in the fully functioning in-gallery recording studio for release as Richmond Sessions ’22–’23. In partnership with In Your Ear Studios, a new recording will be released every other week on VMFA’s YouTube channel and linked on the museum’s website through March 2023.

Commonwealth employees and educators should call 804.340.1405 to make their reservations and show their employee IDs or badges at the Visitor Services Desk in the museum, when picking up their tickets. One free ticket is available per badge. Reservations for first-available tickets to the exhibition can also be made in person at the Visitor Service Desk. Tickets are scheduled to help limit gallery capacity during the pandemic.

For additional information about Storied Strings: The Guitar in American Art, visit https://www.VMFA.museum.


Tarrant's Downtown, Tarrant's West, Max's on Broad and Bar Solita - new discount!

From now through the end of 2022, all VCU faculty and staff can get 10% off on dine-in and catering, and receive free room rentals on any private dining reservation at Tarrant’s Downtown, Max’s on Broad, Tarrant’s West and Bar Solita. In addition, these restaurants offer affordable boxed lunches, catering platters, on-site events and staffing, on-site private dining rooms, a variety of menus with optional vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and pescatarian menus, a variety of pricing options for $10 boxed lunches to four course $75/person wine dinners for donor events, SWaM certified, and VCU alumni owned. Go to the full list to get details on how to get the discount.


Verizon

Get Fios Home Internet at an exclusive low price.

Enjoy a 10-year price guarantee, plus, get an Amazon Echo Dot on us. Offer is online only at verizon.com/connections. (Offer valid through 11.16.22)

Exclusive employee price for new customers.

Fios 300 Mbps Home Internet $19.99/mo (Equal upload and download speeds; Router rental included; $100 towards a Stream TV Soundbar; Amazon Echo Dot - retail value $49.99)

Switch to Verizon Home Internet and enjoy:

  • 10-year price guarantee
  • No annual contract
  • No data caps
  • $99 setup charge waived with online order
  • Plus, get a $200 Verizon Gift Card by adding our best TV package

Visit verizon.com/connections to check if you’re eligible and to sign up:

Have a Verizon mobile plan? In addition to your employee discount, you may qualify for Mobile + Home Discount.

Save up to $25/mo on Fios Home Internet when you have select 5G mobile plans.*

Questions? Please contact:

michelle.flowers@verizon.com


Fall Line Kitchen and Bar: Located at the Richmond Marriott, Fall Line is offering a discount to VCU employees. 

Europa Crust: A new bakery located at 1321 1/2 East Main Street is open every day and offers a VCU discount on their delicious crusty breads made by hand with natural ingredients and crafted in the old-world tradition.

VCU Recreation and Well-Being (RecWell)Did you know? VCU Recreational Sports and VCU Health Promotion and Well-being Center have merged to form a new department, VCU Recreation and Well-Being (RecWell). VCU Faculty and Staff can take advantage of all RecWell has to offer through many membership options.

Sandman Comedy Club: This comedy club is located in downtown Richmond and is the perfect place to visit for hilarious entertainment, great food and drinks! VCU employees receive a discount when purchasing tickets online.

FTD and ProFlowers: Offering beautiful floral arrangements, an assortment of indoor plants, and same-day delivery for that special someone at a discount for VCU employees.