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On the hunt for some Military Discounts??  Check out this HUGE list of Military Discounts, Freebies & Coupons!

Then share this with everyone you know who can take advantage of these great freebies & military discount deals!


FREE 5×7 Photo Book + FREE Shipping to Deployed Soldier!

AAFES PX / BX Coupons {updated weekly}
{you can also view the AAFES PX / BX Coupon Policy}

Ace Rent a Car Military Discount = 15% off!

Anna’s Linens Military Discount = 10% off!

Bass Pro Shops Military Discount Days = 10% off!

Best Western Military Discount

Busch Gardens Military Discount = FREE Admission!!

Choice Hotels Military Discount

Commissary Coupons + Coupon Policy


Costco Membership = $50 in savings


Denver Museum of Nature & Science FREE Admission
{thanks to frugal friend Drew for sharing}

Disneyland & Disneyworld Military Discounts

Disney Military Discounts

Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort Discount

Golden Corral ~ Military Appreciation Meal

GreenCare for Troops
{Free Lawn Care while your soldier is deployed!}
{thanks to frugal friend Denise for sharing!}

Hawk’s Cay Resort ~ Florida: Military Discount
{thanks to frugal friend Shyanne for sharing!}

Houston Zoo Military Discount = FREE Admission for Military Families! {2 adults + 3 kids!}
{thanks to frugal friend Lana for sharing!}

Lagoon Theme Park Military Discount
– Utah – Active, Dependents, Retired
{thanks to frugal friend Jessica for sharing!}

Lowe’s Military Discount {Active & Retired}: 10% off!
{just show your military id at checkout}
{thanks to frugal friends Marissa & Sonia for sharing!}

Michael’s Military Discount {Active & Retired}: 10% off!

Michaels Craft Store

FREE National Parks Passes for Military

National Parks ~ FREE Admission year round for Disabled Veterans

New York Aquarium Military Discount
and Bronx Zoo Military Discount
(thanks Michelle)
FREE Admission + 50% off!

NEX Printable Coupons

Nike Military Discount: 10% off!
{active, retired, and reserves}
{thanks to frugal friend Stephanie for sharing!}


Operation Heal Our Patriots

Operation Heal Our Patriots

Operation Love Reunited Portraits
{thanks to frugal friend Amber for sharing!}

Our Military Kids
Free Grants for Kids of Deployed Soldiers!
{sports, fine arts, camps, tutoring, etc}
{thanks to frugal friend Denise for sharing!}

FREE PGA Tour or Champions Tour Admissions! {select events}

San Diego Zoo & Safari Park Military Discount ~ FREE Admission!

Sea World Military Discount ~ FREE Admission!!


Sesame Place Military Discount ~ FREE Admission!!
{thanks to frugal friend Annie for sharing!}

Shades of Green ~ Discounted Resort at Disney World
{thanks to frugal friend Jacque for sharing!}

Shades of Green ~ FREE Tutoring Services for Military Families!
{thanks to frugal friend Crisi for sharing!}

Under Armour Military Discount = 10% off!

Universal Studios Military Discounts
{thanks to frugal friend Kerry for sharing!}

Vettix ~ FREE Sporting Events Tickets!
{for Veterans, Active Duty Military & their Families}
{thanks to frugal friend Edith for sharing!}

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  1. says

    Lowes offers 10% off for military members and dependents (I don’t know about retired, etc.)

    New York and Company also offers 15% off for military and dependents in store (not online)

    • Sgt. Bob says

      Lowes gives a 10% veterans discount valid for current actibve duty, retired, and veterans holding a government issued ID from the VA. The discount is good on any non-sale items. Home Depot has the same policy.

          • Jenny says

            HD is incredibly military friendly. They offer 10% off to all military members regardless of status and they’re given hiring preference.
            You’re right- this is not a site to speak negative about stores.

          • Autumn says

            HD in Washington state will only provide military discount to active duty members. My husband has also gone into HD in his uniform and was not given a discount, you have to mention it to receive it. Every state is different…

          • Cheryl Hoerner says

            Absolutely correct – just got discounts for new appliances – 10% – same as Lowes!!!

          • Carol Wilson says

            Home Depot refused my veteran husband a discount. When he showed his veteran ID they cashier said they couldn’t honor it because “anyone could get a card like that.” We left our purchases on the counter and went to Lowes.

          • CPT Nick says

            HD gives the 10% military discount up to a MAX of $50 – would NOT match LOWE’S (HD in Ft. Myers FL) Don’t know if this is ALL stores in ALL states. They said it was “corporate” decision.

        • David McConnell says

          Home Depot in the Cleveland, OH area does NOT give a discount for military retirees in 2012. They did in the past

        • Bryson says

          Home Depot of Dawsonville, Georgia no longer gives a military discount…I know because my hubby is in the military and has been denied on multiple occasions…they state it is “no longer in their policy”…it could be up to each individual store to make these decisions…but our store does not honor the military discount like they used to in the past…

          • Ann says

            I am sorry to hear that. Maybe they don’t appreciate what our servicemen and women do? Maybe they should stand in front of them if they can’t stand with behind them!

          • Tammy says

            Almost everywhere we go up here in Washington state my husband and now our son gets 10% off HD,L and alot of restaurants give 10% our son is currently in and when he wears his uniform places you would not think gives discounts give discounts

      • Lou says

        The Lowes in Clarksville TN near Ft. Campbell KY dose not give this discount. They have in the past on holiday weekends but do not daily. I ask everytime I go there but have now decited to drive to Hopkinsville, KY. A short drive for me and I save on the taxes and also get my 10% off..

        • Jessie says

          I live in Clarksville and go to lowes almost every weekend (lots of projects) and they give discount every single time no problems.

      • Katelynn says

        Not true… I recently bought a Washer that was on sale and got my military discount in addition to that sale.

      • Point65 says

        Lowes and The Home Depot both give 10% military discounts in my town in Louisiana, on everything purchased regardless of sale or non-sale items, to all military (Active Duty, Guard/Reserves, Retirees). I’m Air Force retired and worked at this Home Depot store in the past.

      • henry says

        I have recieved at lowes every day rather its a sale item or regular price and not always at Homedepot or at least sence i stopped shopping at HD told them they should like Lowes does and I hear they have in our area. To late I a now a loyal Lowes customer HD fell asleep on the Veterans and only doing it because Lowes Is at least thats the case in our area Springhill/Brooksville Florida

        • NK says

          I had a similar experience, Home Depot would not combine military discount with sales prices, so I went across the street to Lowes and made my purchase. They gave me sales price plus discount.

    • Sherry Alpert says

      lowes gives a military discount for retirees we just remodeled our kitchen at lowes and home depot!

    • Dan says

      It always depends how military-friendly a city is. I’ve been to Texas, Washington, Pennsylvania, Maine, and Massachusetts in the last 10 years. Lowe’s and Home Depot have always given me a 10% active-duty discount. TX and MA have a bunch of little stores that give discounts too, but in PA, WA, and ME it’s hard to find any.

  2. Donna says

    Lowe’s DOES give the 10% discount to military retirees; my husband uses it regularly; it’s about the equivalent of the tax where we live.

    • Jen says

      YOu can always use a coupon with your Military discount for even more savings. At the bottom of a receipt it usually reads save $5 etc. Couple this with your discount and its a good savings.

  3. Sheila Charter says

    Zumiez, Pac Sun, Famous Footwear, Sportsmart, Menard’s, Dick’s Sporting goods, REI sports store, Applebees, Perkins, IHOP, Denny’s, Chevy’s Mexican Resturant, Outback Steak House, the Timberlodge, Olive Garden(most locations) Ruby Tuesday’s, all give 10 to 15% off

      • Robyn says

        The applebees where I am at only needs you to know your ID card. It stinks that its different everywhere you go

        • Tiffany says

          Ruby Tuesday’s here close to Fort Stewart offers 10% off Military with ID only on Tuesday’s and does .99 Kids meals on Tuesdays now too– I guess it’s just different where ever you go, but hope this helps someone :)

          • Amy says

            Our IHOP only gives the discount to the active duty person. Too bad my husband is deployed and can’t eat with us! :)

          • Elisabethe says

            IHOP varies by location. The restaurant in our area offers the discount across the board to ID holders.

            Denny’s also offers a 10% discount.

    • Kristen says

      I recently bought an elliptical from Dick’s and they did not offer a military discount benefits at that location.

  4. Kelly N. says

    I know that Lowes also give 10% off, Finish Line does 10%-15% (I can’t remember, exactly), and I believe Applebees does 10% off on certain times of the month.

  5. Cyndy says

    Applebee’s and Olive Garden near Fort Bragg, NC do NOT give a military discount. If you’re unsure a particular business gives a discount, call ahead. :)

  6. Steven Morris says

    If anyone lives in and or near Allentown PA, Burger King offers a 50% discount for anyone with a military ID card.

    • Cindy Morgenroth says

      I would be very happy to mail coupons that we don’t use. Please send me an address to send them to

        • says

          I have been mailing coupons overseas for years and I can tell you that based on the thank you emails that I’ve received over the years that our overseas families are very appreciative. Sending coupons is such an easy way to show them that we support them and their sacrifices.

          I’m involved with and while the end goal is the same we take a slightly different approach. Rather than sending your coupons to a generic address on base, we encourage people to mail directly to a military family for a couple of reasons. The main ones are that it’s more personal so you’re much more likely to get a response letting you know that your envelope/package has arrived safely.

          I personally keep a list of military families who have told me that they’d like to receive coupons so if anyone would like further information or be put in touch with a military family, I’m happy to help (hcwsbp at gmail dot com). By that same token, if any overseas military families wish to be added to my list, please get in touch with me. Be assured that for privacy & security reasons, I don’t give out mailing address or email addresses – I just forward the emails that I receive to you and ask that you reply to them to provide your information.

          • Stephenie says

            And coupons in overseas commissaries are accepted up to 6 months after the expiration date so you can send them all of your expired coupons and they wont go to waste!

          • oniel and gigi says

            we are posted in Germany and would really love to receive some expired coupons. Its so hard to save a dollar here with the euro as a local currency. I would really appreciate it so much!!

          • oniel and gigi says

            Hello! I dont know if my earlier reply showed up but I would love to receive some expired coupons. Nobody here on post in Germany knows anything about it. Its so hard to save a dollar here with the euro being so high. I would appreciate all the help. Thank you so much!

          • Libby Fauver says

            just a note to those stationed in AE-Europe particuarly Germany. youcan get coupons from your post ACS(Army Community Service) Office, we had a hard time finding that out at 1st too. sometimes you can aso find them in-store at the comissary from a tabe or drop box. if ure looking for more ways to save in the Bavaria area of Germany find me on facebook :)

  7. Jaime says

    In response to Jade, I currently live overseas (and love the coupons we get!) I will go to the personal services tomorrow and see if there is an address to send the expired coupons to. Thanks!!

  8. says

    You can contact any oversea’s ACS (Army Community Services) accepts all coupons and they distribute them. We’re able to use coupons up to 6 months expired, coupons are a huge blessing for us!!! If you don’t know how to contact or find ACS, please feel free to contact me and I’d be happy to help! :)

    • Brittany says

      I am fairly new to the military, my husband is graduating ait in nov. Is the expired coupon policy just for overseas? Or is it for stateside as well. Thanks, Brittany

  9. Ashley Gomez says

    Texas Roadhouse also gives a military discount! Military also gets free parking at Stewart Beach in Galveston, Texas.

  10. InventPeace says

    Wouldn’t it be great if someone could ask the state parks and Fed parks to give active and retired free admission or at least 50% off?

    • Kris says

      We stopped by the great meteor crater on our cross country trip to our new duty station and we all got in for free because we were military in transit.. That was honestly the first time we’d ever received ANYTHING free for being in the military.. they also thanked my husband for his service to our country! They were SUPER nice!

  11. Marle says

    Ripley’s Aquarium and other Ripley’s attractions give a really nice military discount.

    Cracker Barrells near military base give their employee discount to the military.

  12. Dawn says

    I really appreciate this site and the information being listed. I am a disabled veteran and my husband is still active duty and I never knew there were so many places to vacation that offered military discounts and special amenities. Thank you for your efforts to put this together.

  13. Dawn says

    Depending on where you live, some of these places do not give discounts. For instance, the Home Deopt in my town will only give military discounts on Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day and Veteran’s day. Applebee’s in my town does not give military discounts at all.
    I loved living in the Ft. Campbell area because tons of places gave military discounts. In New Hampshire….you will find that most of the small “Mom and Pop” places will offer a military discount over a big chain store.

    • Leslie says

      I recently looked online and saw that Home Depot and Lowe’s offers a 10% discount all the time for active and retired military. If you are a veteran (not active and not retired military), you only receive a 10% discount at both places on Memorial Day, July 4th, and Veterans Day weekends.

    • Jalyn G says

      On a quick note about Home depot. The one I worked out at Maryland did not advertise the military discount except on the three holidays but if you pulled out your id and asked, we the cashiers were told to give the 10%.

  14. Karen says

    Always be sure to ask a business when you are checking out. I have been given a discount even if they don’t usually offer one. Also, a restaurant started giving 20 percent military discounts after we asked.

  15. Sandra says

    Shane’s Rib Shack gives military a 20% discount and so does Boardwalk Burgers( a burger resteraunt ) MIlitary personel get a free ticket into Busch Gardens once a year and for up to 3 dependents. Supposedly Kings Dominion does this too. There is also a camp called Operation Purple Camps for children whose parent is deployed or had been deployed within the last year.

  16. Kaitlyn says

    The Buckle offers 10% discount, Maurice’s offers discount (one place they gave me 10%, another 15%). I always ask no matter where I go. The worse that can happen is you’re told no. :)

  17. says

    Any time I check out, I always ask if they give a military discount. Sometimes places you’d never think to ask will give you one. I’ve had employees give me their discount in stores where their is no “military discount” just because they think there should be a military discount.

    Also, Spencers offers a 10% military discount. I didn’t see that mentioned anywhere on here.

  18. Jenn says

    Buckle and New York and Company also offer military discounts…I believe Buckle is 10% and NY and Co is 15%.

  19. Laura says

    My family and I are in the military, and we PCS’d across the USA in 2010. I used for all the stops. Come to find out that if I would have called the hotel directly, and said hey I’m military I would have received a better discount via going through And was VERY rude about wanting to reimburse me the extra money I stuck in with them. Sometimes the charges were up to $30 more. FYI Ladies!! Hope this can help someone else out. Please pass this along to all your military friends!

    • Kris says

      AAA also gives you a discount if you have it. We called most hotels to confirm our reservations and all gave us a military discount! 😉

      • melissa says

        Sometimes if you use websites like or and then call the hotel that you have found (not the 800 number, the actual hotel you want to stay in) they will match the price and then you can ask for the military discount on top of that.
        Also if you have found a better deal at another hotel sometimes hotels will match competitors prices.

  20. Genie says

    Quaker Steak & Lube offers a 20% off military discount on Mondays. I don’t know if this is just the one near us or a chain-wide thing.

  21. Jessica says

    i know that you can also get 10% off at spencers, torrid (plus size clothing store), most I-Hops (only AD member can get it but can get it for the whole bill). there was others but i can’t remember all of them right now everytime i go into a store and i am checking out i will ask them if they do it and if so then i get the discount if not then oh well not that big of a deal lol.

  22. Jessica says

    Rosa’s Cafe in Texas gives a 50% military discount to anyone in uniform, but I have had them give it to me with just an ID as well.


    Old Navy is changing their military discount policy. Instead of being the 1st-4th of every month, they will have Military Mondays. You can receive 10% off every Monday with Military ID.

  24. Sandy H. says

    Firehouse Subs gives a 10% discount to military & dependents.

    The Frist Center in Nashville, TN, has reduced ticket price for military & dependents ($7 adult ticket instead of $10).

  25. Jacqueline says

    Lowes gives 10% off every day to soldiers AND veterans. My husband and I go there for everything we can now! We’ve heard that Olive Garden does, but after getting turned down twice…we decided that it wasn’t fair for them to tell when they in fact do not, and we refuse to go there anymore.

  26. Whitney C. says

    You might want to check the discount at Home Depot. My hubby went there yesterday and they said that they no longer give discounts. Also Old Navy just changed their days for discounts. It is now every Monday.

    • Cookie says

      Home depot provides the discount. I use mine regularly. Ask cashier to call supervisor or corporate to verify. I had to.

      • Gail says

        You have to be able to show a military id to get the discounts at most places. Are those that r turned down at LOW and HD showing an Id card?

  27. says

    Home Depot is trying to do away with their military discount. BOO on the them! I was there yesterday and basically if you say, “But LOWE’S gives me one” they will give it to you! Be persistent or take your business to Lowe’s!

  28. frankie says

    Jiffy Lube and AutoZone give 10% discounts as well. I always ask. Sometimes it’s the most random places that give you the biggest military discounts. It never hurts to ask! If they don’t, they usually say they should or they wished they did which I appreciate.

  29. R. Mac says

    I wish there were more discounts for vets. I see all these discounts for active duty and it’s like the people who are vets and disabled vets were active duty at one point. Sometimes it gets so frustrating and I have to vent. It’s like we did our time, give us a discount too!

    • Judy says

      If you hold a Retired Military ID card, you can usually get the discounts. I’ve had only one place tell me (the spouse) that I couldn’t get the discount, and only one place has told my retired husband that the discount applied only to Active Duty. He put in 26 years of Active Duty to the Air Force, and deserves extra “kudos”, like all our Vets!

  30. Amy Back says

    WE just discovered that Chick Fil A offers an AWESOME discount it almost cut our bill in 1/2!!!!! :)

  31. Claire says

    Michael’s has a 10% off on Wednesday’s with a military ID card. Our local Papa Murphy’s gives us a 25% discount with military ID. We live in Alaska so I don’t know if there is a discount in other states. I have been told that each store has it’s own policy on that.

  32. Tami says

    Golden Corral gives a military discount. Don’t be afraid to ask local businesses if they offer one. Some of the local Mom and Pop stores have them as well. Ask everywhere you shop. Also, if you live near a military base, check there for discount travel deals. Most offer better discounts than you can find anywhere. We went to Disneyland for very reasonable. A lot of the car rental places also offer military discounts.

  33. GG says

    The Limited just added 15% military discounts with proper ID to their already existing student and teacher discount. Note that it is not valid online and cannot be combined with other coupons they send.

  34. Angelina says

    I just got my flyer from Joanns and they will be giving a 20% off discount to all past and present military May 27th – 30th!

  35. Orsina says

    I would like to suggest that the discounts listed specify active, retired, etc. Probably difficult to go back after the fact, but if possible to specify in the future, all us “retired military partners” can rest assured it will work for us :)

    • Jenn says

      Might be at that location we just got one a few days ago. I will have to double check that would be a real bummer.

        • Heidi R says

          Our Home Depot only gives the discount on National holidays. So we go to Lowes who give it everyday.

          • cookie says

            @ Heidi R: I was told the same thing, but it was unsettling to me b/c Lowe’s and H.D. compete for customers. So I called corporate BEFORE asking again and verified, as well as had personnel at corporate call the store manager to inform his staff. HE was unaware of the change! Now they don’t even ask for my ID when I purchase (guess I made an impression of some kind lol). If you spend as much money or time in H.D. as I do, it is well worth the call. Good luck to all

        • Maria Ginter says

          Lowe’s offers 10% to everyone you has ever served or is currently serving in the military.

          Home Depot only offers 10% to active, National Guard, lifetime retirees and disabled. They only give the discount to all of our other Veterans on Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day weekends.

          We appreciate Lowe’s recognizing ALL who have served.

  36. Meredith Lawler says

    My husband (active duty) gets a discount at California Tortilla, Regal movie theaters (but my dependent ID doesn’t work at the movies), and lots of diners. Lowes is awesome, they’ll give me 10% on top of store sales/discounts…got my fridge there because of that! Also check all your cell phone plans – we get a military discount on ours.

  37. Jenn says

    West Palm Beach Zoo, West Palm Beach Florida offers 50% discount on admission year round.

    Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa, FL has a Military discount on July 1-4th for military members and 3 direct dependents. Free Admission.

  38. Mary O. says

    I used to work for The Phoenix Zoo, and they offer a military discount of $4 off. You just have to ask when you purchase tickets. They don’t advertise it.

  39. Carin says

    Stride Rite @ Tanger outlets in NY gives a 15% discount. The regular stride rite store does give something, but not if you also have a coupon. FYI, New York & Co lets you use your discount on top of most coupons except BOGO

  40. Heidi R says

    I’ve noticed it really depends on where you are. We lived near a large base and most of the stores listed here did NOT give discounts; I guess they figured the largest part of their population was military and we had to shop there anyway. Dunkin Donuts, Jiffy Lube, IHOP, Chik-fil-A, movie theater, none of them offered a discount, even when asked. But when we traveled outside of the area, we were usually given a discount. We ALWAYS ask, because we’ve often been surprised at Mom and Pop stores with discounts we weren’t expecting.

    • Auntie Bones says

      This is very true!! When we lived in Virginia, there were very few discounts offered to us…however, now we live near Chicago, IL and there are discounts and freebies everywhere. It’s incredible. You just have to remember to ask, as most places do not publicize their discounts. In addition, once the proprietor realizes we are a military family, we tend to get the royal treatment. It’s not necessary, but it’s nice to know how appreciative they are.

  41. Whitney A says

    I recently learned Big Splash Water Park in Oklahoma has Military Mondays the first Monday of each month. Anyone with a military ID is given free admission and any guests with them get $5 admission.

  42. Jim T says

    White House Restaurant in clare mi offers 10% discount to veterans (ask for the cream cheese northern sandwich)

  43. Kara says

    I know Erie PA Lowes gives discount, but all their employees do not know it. When I went in there last month to buy flowers, I was given the reply- Just because your husband is Navy doesnt mean we owe you anything… If you ever get a crappy response like that, talk to the mgr, I got 50% off … Just cause my cashier was a jerk

  44. Tara says

    anyone know why busch gardens and sea world are no longer doing the military discount? they said it was free for the entire year 2011. but my husbands buddy and his friend had to buy season passes, cause busch gardens said they weren’t doing it anymore.

    • Adria says

      It’s one free admission for the military member and up to 3 family members per year at the Sea World near where I lived. I don’t think any discounts are offered on season passes.

      • Shauna Gaskill says

        It is the same here, You have to go to the website and download the form and it is free for our fam once a year

  45. Auntie Bones says

    Active members of the military can receive one free ticket, based on availability, at the U.S. Cellular Field Box Office on the day of the game by presenting their I.D. This offer excludes Opening Day, Cubs series and premium games.

  46. Auntie Bones says

    We were in Branson, Mo recently and practically every show offered, at the very least a free ticket to “anyone” holding a military i.d. and others offered discounts. Their theme park, Silver Dollar City, offered the following: Silver Dollar City and White Water offer retired and active military and disabled veterans a 2-day ticket for the price of a 1-day ticket at each park’s front gate! Dependent military children age 4-11 receive a complimentary 2-day ticket when they are accompanied by a parent purchasing a 2-day military ticket, or when they present an active military ID in their own name, and are accompanied by a paying adult or Season Pass Holder.

  47. Maria Ginter says

    Lowe’s offers 10% to everyone you has ever served or is currently serving in the military.

    Home Depot only offers 10% to active, National Guard, lifetime retirees and disabled. They only give the discount to all of our other Veterans on Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day weekends.

    We appreciate Lowe’s recognizing ALL who have served.

    Thank you!

  48. Amy says

    In Hampton Roads Big Lots offers a 10% military discount every tuesday. If you use your 20% off from your rewards card and shop on tuesday with military ID they will give you 30% off your total order. Most cashiers will tell you they can’t do this so just ask for the manager.

  49. Jeri McCants says

    Foot Locker gives 20% Military, can show dependent ID too, and 20% for Disabled Veterans with the Disabled Veterans card.

  50. Lisa says

    Not sure if all offer or not Walgreens in Ft Walton Beach on I think it was Thursdays offered and additional 15% you had to mention it before they did your order

  51. Jennifer S says

    My husband and I just moved and used a Budget Rental truck. I don’t remember the exact amount, but they gave us a military discount. (It made it a lot cheaper than U-Haul or Penseke)

    A lot of Dennys and Burger King restaurants offer a 10% military discount as well. I have never been to one that hasn’t offered it, but I have been told that not all of them do.

    Applebees also has a military discount, but my husband always has to be in his uniform to receive it.

  52. Robin Espinosa says

    Home Depot in Virginia now requires you to register your military ID with your phone number at the service desk. We just went there last night and it’s a new rule.

  53. Julie says

    LOWES NO LONGER OFFERS DISCOUNT TO VETERANS ON A DAILY BASIS ONLY ACTIVE. THEY DO HOWEVER OFFER TO VETERANS ON CERTAIN HOLIDAYS. This is a recent change to their policy because of the monitary impact. verified at Lowes last week

  54. shawnett says

    Walmart offers military discount with ID. I received 30% off my package plus a free photo disk that featured all pictures from my session. Too bad Walmart stores do not offer discounts.

  55. Joenetta says

    Foot Locker, Kids Foot Locker and Ladies Foot Locker stores gives military discount and also the clothing store Dots gives 10%

  56. Cristal Wagenhauser says

    Hey ladies I wanted to know if any of you knew if Nassau Colissium in Uniondale, NY did Military Discounts?

  57. says

    Online you receive free shipping to APO. Also in store BUCKLE you receive a military discount for ALL military with ID. SM and spouses! You can use their frequent shoppers punch card too with the discount. I love this store! 😉

  58. Aubrey Lee Minkler says

    American Eagle Gives a 10% military Discount with ID and you can combine it with coupons and clearance! :)

  59. says

    I’m going to link this to my blog! I’m military and I know my readers would love this! Thanks for putting this together! I’ll put a linkback to your site!

    @Creatively Living

  60. Heather Kirby says

    We buy the signing time DVD’s for our daughter and last time we had an issue with our order and called in and they told us they offer a military discount. Not sure if you have to order over the phone for the discount or not, but they were really nice and helpful.

  61. oniel and gigi says

    Hello everybody! We are a young us army couple living in the very expensive :( Germany. As the daily life here (without Target, Walmart, etc) is not cheap, it gets very hard for us to save those dollars. I would like to ask if you have expired coupons, if you would like to help us out by sending them to our APO. We would really appreciate it!Thank you!

  62. Ashley says

    Banana republic is now giving 15% off any regular priced items all the time. This past weekend they had a sale for military, any 3 reg priced items 50% off! Might have it again sometime soon. I’ll have to keep an eye out for that.

  63. sharon buffington says

    Disney World offers the best discount ever…for 2011 – sept 2012…I hope they keep it…it says alot for disney…I’ve got to go with all 3 of my Grandchildren and it was truly a blessing…and wonderful memories…

  64. Teri Coleman says

    Charlotte Russe also gives military discounts… 10%.
    Baskin Robbins does too.
    Party City also gives 10% military discounts.
    Snap Fitness offers a military discount ($5 off monthly membership fee, I believe).

  65. Nicole E says

    Jo-Anns offers 20% off the final price at checkout if you show a military id card. It was fantastic for fabric. Applies also to sales, but you can’t use a coupon with the military discount.

  66. Laurena Tucker says

    Goodwill also gives a discount (10%) and so does AutoZone (10 or 15%). Depending on the location, I have had pretty good luck with PepBoys too!

    I ask everywhere and usually get some type of discount just for asking.

  67. Jami V says

    Golden Corral restaurant has a summer camp program for children of disabled Vets or wounded warriors. It is called Camp Corral. It’s a free 5 day summer camp packed full of great outdoor fun for kids ages 8-14 (I believe). Our daughter got accepted. She’s so excited.

  68. Hannah says

    Sally Beauty Supply will give their “Beauty Club” membership pass for free. I am not sure how much it usually costs. I just show my ID when it is time to renew it every year.

  69. Teresa says

    US Standard Issue gives 50% off Oakley products for military, police, fire and EMS with proof (ID). But they used to require you to send a copy of your ID card to gain access to their website. Not sure how they are handling that now that the military has cracked down on photocopying ID cards. But check it out at

    Also, Goodwill industries, Cinemark theaters, and Regal theaters all give discounts.

  70. Jennifer says

    The Vanderbilt home “Eagle’s nest” in Long Island NY give free admission and tours to all military and their whole family including brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents ect… My mother, aunt and I just went and it is an amazing museum, a must see if you are in the area.

  71. Jennifer says

    Colonial Williamsburg gives a “Key to the City” pass to all military and dependants on veterans day weekend. It is a $50 value per person and gives you access to all of the buildings. My husband and I go every year.

  72. Jennifer says

    Verizon gives a 15% discount on your cell phone bill. We have been getting it for years, the only catch, the bill has to be in the active duty members name.

  73. Daniel says

    Oakley offers huge military discounts on a sperate website from Oakley. You can purchase a lot of SI items as well as other gear such as backpacks, sunglass as well as prescription, and polo’s for very cheap. This works for all active and retired military as long as you send them a copy of your military Id. Awesome deals!

  74. Gail Davis says

    Christopher Banks and cj banks give 10% off to anyone with a military id. I have started asking whenever I shop, you never know what special is going on.

  75. Dr Geddie says

    Wallgreens Drugs in some areas gives the employee discount of 15% to military memebers and their families on Tuesdays. I don’t think that is universal but it is part of the program in the Tampabay, FL area.

  76. Victoria Brandt says

    Sally’s Beauty Supply gives a free Sally’s Discount Card to active and retired military (Costs $5.00)

  77. Michelle says

    You have the NY aquarium but not the bronx zoo…….

    U.S. Military Discount Program
    The Bronx Zoo and New York Aquarium offer year-round discounts to any active duty or reserve members of the U.S. Military when they present a valid military ID at the admissions gate. Discounted tickets are available at the admissions booths only, not through our online ticket store.

    Discount includes:
    FREE Total Experience Ticket or General Admission ticket*
    50% discount for up to three family members included on the same admissions transaction.*

    *Military discounts are not applicable on Wednesdays at the Bronx Zoo or on Fridays after 3:00 p.m. at the New York Aquarium.

  78. Trease says

    Verizon Wireless will give a military discount off the monthly bill if you can show them a copy of your DD-214. You do have to ask for it and if you’re not near a base or post, they will have to double check, but they will give you the discount.

  79. says

    Homes for Heroes® program: Real Estate Nationwide discounts
    •25% of the Gross Commission paid to the Homes for Heroes® Affiliate Company, whether the Hero buys or sells or both.
    •Discounted lending fees charged by Homes for Heroes® lender affiliates.
    •Title Closing Fee.
    We offer full service at a discounted rate. We are able to offer more savings than anyone else because of our strong business relationships – with our Home for Heroes® Affiliates.

  80. Amanda Johnson says

    LEGOLAND Florida and California (the large park, not discovery center) gives a free 1 day admission to military member and discounts of up to $30/family member. Including active duty and reserves.

  81. Erin says

    Buffalo Wild Wings gave us a 15% discount yesterday. I showed my dependent card as proof of age (just because I found it before I could find my DL) and our waitress offered the discount.

  82. Dan says

    I always hate having to ask if they have military discounts at every single store that I go to. It seems like you’re trying to be cheap and negotiate over the prices.
    Why don’t they just have a little sign or some secret insignia so you just know?

  83. Rebecca says

    Just went to Universal Orlando and they do not offer discounts at the park you must go on post and by tickets through the IT office for a discount.

  84. Kayla says

    Vera bradley also give free shipping to military stationed overseas. Just have to call them with you order

  85. farrahan short says

    I have heard of sites that military get free tickets and or discounted tickets as well as other things i was wondering if this site is one that i was looking for or if not could you tell me what the site is for or how it works. my fiance is in the guard and i was looking for sites for him but if you know any sites like that or that military could sign up for anything please email me. thanks

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