37 Discounts for Military Veterans

As a military veteran, many companies want to offer their thanks for your service. Frequently, this offer of gratitude comes in the form of big discounts, free services, and occasionally complimentary products. Be sure to bring your military identification with you wherever you go because you never know when it will come in handy. Some of the discounts highlighted below may surprise you.

  1. 24 Hour Fitness – Military members receive 5$ off monthly dues and pay nothing for initiation.
  2. AMC Theatres – Save up to 40% on AMC Theatres through Veterans Advantage
  3. Amtrak – Active-duty US military personnel, their spouses and dependents are eligible to receive a 10% discount on most train travel tickets.
  4. Apple – Current, former, and retired members and family members of the US Military, National Guard and Reserve can purchase select apple products at a lower rate.
  5. AT&T – 25% off each line with an AT&T Unlimited &MoreSM wireless plan.
  6. Best Western – Military discounts of 10% or more are available for the flexible rate throughout North America.
  7. Big 5 Sporting Goods – Active duty, reserve, retirees, veterans and their families get 10% off entire purchase.
  8. Bonobos – 15% off for military.
  9. Busch Gardens – Active duty military get free admission for themselves plus family and military veterans are offered discounted admission, also applicable to family members.
  10. Chevrolet – Chevrolet and our dealers are proud to extend our military discount to Active Duty members, Reservists, National Guard members, Veterans within three years of discharge date and Retirees – including their spouses or designated household members.
  11. Cinemark – Military Discounts are available for guests who show a valid U.S. Government issued military ID, (Active Duty, Active Reserved, retired or dependents) at the box office.
  12. Cole Haan – U.S. military and veterans receive a 20% discount.
  13. Costco – Active duty military personnel or veterans with no prior Costco membership can save $60 on Costco membership.
  14. Disneyland Resort – Active and retired U.S. military personnel are offered Military Promotional 3-Day and 4-Day Park Hopper Tickets.
  15. Ford – Eligible military personnel can receive $500 bonus cash on certain models.
  16. Geico – If you are on active duty, retired from the Military, or a member of the National Guard or Reserves, you may be eligible for a discount of up to 15 percent on your total insurance premium.
  17. Hilton – Military rates are available to those with an active military ID.
  18. KinderCare Learning Centers – Fee assistance is offered to eligible active duty military families and a solution to address their child care needs
  19.  Michaels – 15% off entire purchase for those with active military ID.
  20. Microsoft – Military members and their families save up to 10%.
  21. MLB Shop – Customers who have served in the military and their spouses and immediate families are offered a 15% discount.
  22. National Parks Service – Current U.S. military members and dependents can receive a free annual pass which offers admission to all national parks.
  23. NBA Store – Customers who have served in the military and their spouses and immediate families are offered a 15% discount.
  24. Nike – Military personnel, their dependents and spouses can enjoy 10% off.
  25. NFL Shop – Customers who have served in the military and their spouses and immediate families are offered a 15% discount.
  26. Nissan – Nissan Military Program helps save between $500 and $1,000, and can be combined with all current national and regional incentives for US Military Personnel.
  27. Red Roof Inn – 10% off at any Red Roof Inn nationwide for friends and family who are visiting service members on base, those who have recently returned from overseas or those who are graduating.
  28. Sandals – Save 10% on top of promotional rates for members of the U.S. military.
  29. Showcase Cinema – Special military pricing (general admission $7.50, children and seniors $5.50) for those with an active service ID.
  30. SiriusXM – Military save 25% for the life of your subscription.
  31. T-Mobile – The Military phone plan offers up to 50% off.
  32. Texas Steakhouse & Saloon – Active-duty or retired military can receive a 10% discount.
  33. Tiffany & Co. – Military offer of 10% off engagement rings and wedding bands for active duty, reservists and veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.
  34. Tutor.com – FREE online tutoring and homework help to eligible service members and their dependents.
  35. Under Armour – A discount of 10% is offered to active duty service members and veterans following ID verification.
  36. United – 5% discount on tickets for United- and United Express®-operated flights purchased on united.com
  37. YMCA – The Y is proud to offer memberships and respite child care services to eligible military families and personnel.

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