Discount Programs

These benefits are for US official Intel retirees only.

Updated 10/29/2017

The Intel Retiree Organization board receives input from retirees that they would like to take part in some discount or program that employees have access to through the IRO mailbox process. We continue to have an active project of working with Intel to open up as many of these Intel Corporate employee discounts or programs as feasible to retirees.

Below you will find a listing of all discounts available to official Intel Retirees on one page.

Click here to see a list of discounts or employee benefits that are not available to retirees, and a list of discounts or employee benefits on which we are collaborating with Intel.

Both the Advantage Program and the Retiree Circuit Portal verify your official Intel retiree status electronically. There is no requirement for a retiree ID card and none is available.

However, there are occasions where having a former Intel Employee badge can help you take advantage of a special discount available only when you can prove your former employee status with Intel. In addition, Ford, Mercedes and Volkswagen discounts (on the Advantage site) require that you present specific identification and a former employee badge could be helpful for that purpose. Click here to learn how to request a reproduction of your Intel Employee badge (if you did not take it with you when you left)

Below is a summary of current Intel Retiree discounts:

Program Description Secure Login
Advantage Discount Program
Click here to access Advantage Website.
Click here to access information about Advantage.
Website for employee
discounts that are
also available to
official Intel retirees. A wide variety
of products are shown
on the website.
This replaced the
Passport program.
Yes, you need
your WWID
(exact match required)
and the default
password ‘savings’ to
register for the
Advantage portal.

The plan is to add discount providers in the future. Although you must be an official Intel retiree to access this website, you can grant access to up to 5 friends and family on your account.
Some Advantage examples:

  • Restaurants
  • Hotels
  • Apparel
  • Gyms
  • Car purchases
  • Movie tickets
  • Electronics
  • Apple discounts


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 Retiree Circuit Portal
Click here to access the Retiree Circuit Portal.
Click here to access information about the Retiree Circuit Portal.
A website that has
been specially set up
for official Intel Retirees by Intel.
It contains 3 main items.
1. Information from Intel
which may be of interest to you.
2. the Employee Purchase
Plan portal. The EPP
allows you to purchase
certain products
directly from Intel,
its subsidiaries and
some partners.
Yes, you need 2 pieces of
information to
initially to
register and
gain access to
the site.  An exact
match is required.
Your exact name
on the Intel
System of
Record and your WWID.
The plan is to add content to this website in the future. Some Informational Items Include: The Money Matters meeting notes, Intel Business (or other) Information from Intel that is shared with employees BUT not confidential to employees. Like ‘Circuit’ but not behind the Intel firewall.
Some EPP examples:

  • Desktop Processors
  • Solid State Drives
  • Software
  • A small number of Tablets
  • 2-in-1 devices

Other discounts:

  • The FedEx discount
  • McAfee LiveSafe software (for more details, click here)
  • Access to Intel Store (here)
  • Suddath moving/relocation discount
  • Safari online learning
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Other Discounts available to Intel Retirees: Arizona Science Center discount Requires Intel employee ID Retirees show Intel badge and receive $2 off general admission tickets for themselves and up to four additional guests, valid through March 31, 2018. Click here for details. 
Oregon Retiree Access to the Columbia and Adidas Employee Stores Sales  Requires Intel employee ID + other specific documents Click here for details.


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