Membership sponsored pricing is similar to an “Association Plan”.
Consider some Associations, such as AARP Health, the Affiliated Workers Association (AWA) or the Writers Guild of America, all of whom offer special discounted benefits and offers to their members. These Association members need not work for the same employer. Associations are formed of members who are all of a common profession, interest or some other common thread.
As a member of Quilt, you gain access to our negotiated rates and services—even if unemployed—because you are eligible based on your membership with us regardless of your employment, occupation or age.
Large corporations can use their size as a bargaining chip to obtain special pricing on services & insurance coverage that are out of reach of individuals— and even your average company.
Quilt is a united group of members from all walks of life. Together, we use the same industry specialists & force of numbers as any large corporation would, in order to negotiate better rates. As a member, you gain access to these rates and services—even if unemployed—because you are eligible based on your membership with us regardless of your employment, occupation or age.
Just as many membership organizations offer group health insurance coverage or services to their members, Quilt offers the discounts we negotiate with health insurance providers directly to our members.
Membership is not determined by factors like the type of company you work for, your occupation, or common interests, so anyone can become receive these benefits— even if you are unemployed.