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Military Discounts From 230+ Stores & Services

There is no way we can ever properly thank members of the US Military for all that they have done. They are certainly not paid enough for their work and their great sacrifice. Iraq and Afghanistan have been particularly tough and stressful for members of the military, their families and loved ones. Military Discounts

We have found 160 195 199 over 200 stores and services doing their part to make life easier by offering discounts to active, reserve, and retired members of the US Military and their immediate family members.  Please help spread the word via Facebook, Twitter and Email to those you know in the military about this resource. If you have additional suggestions please comment below and they'll be added on an ongoing basis. For veterans of Iraq or Afghanistan, please check out IAVA. Members there are offered vouchers to many retail stores, such as JC Penney.

Two important caveats.  First, some stores offer discounts only at the owner's discretion and other discounts vary by state.  Second, many stores that give a military discount don't advertise it.  It is always worth asking a store whether they have one or not and to have your military ID on you.

Restaurant Discounts

  • 99 Restaurants: 10% discount with Military ID for retired and active veterans
  • Acapulco: 20% off for military personnel in uniform or with valid ID
  • A&W: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you
  • Applebee's: Discount varies per location, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you
  • Arby's: Discount varies per location, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Back Yard BurgersDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Barnhill's:  Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Birdies For the Brave: Complimentary admission for active, Reserve, and military retirees and dependents at select PGA TOUR, Champions Tour, and Web.com Tour events.  Many tournaments also offer discounted admission or complimentary admission for non retired military veterans.
  • Boston Market20% with military ID.
  • Captain D's:  Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Carl's Jr. - Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Chevy's Fresh Mex20%, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Cinnabon: 15% off at participating locations with a valid military ID
  • Ci-Ci's PizzaDiscount varies, dependent on location, must present military ID
  • Chick Fil A: Varies, Discount with ID card (location dependent), discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • ChipotleDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Cold Stone Creamery Discount varies, must present military ID
  • Cracker Barrel10-15% off, at manager's discretion
  • Dairy Queen10% off, location dependent
  • Del Taco: 50% off at participating locations with valid military ID
  • Denny's Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Dunkin' DonutsVeterans advantage members save 10% on all online orders. They also send free coffee to the troops oversees.
  • El Molino Coffee Shop:  Free Shipping, online
  • Friendly's Ice Cream Stores: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Golden CorralDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Hard Rock Cafe: 10% - 15% off. Varies for each location.
  • Hickory Farms : 10 percent Military discount - Enter 892848 in code box on online order form
  • Hooters: 10% off with military ID
  • IHOP 20% with Military ID at owners discretion
  • Java Cafe: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Johnny Rockets Personnel in uniform will receive a 50% discount
  • KFC Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • LoneStar:  10% off everyday with ID and 20% off on Mondays
  • Long John Silver'sDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Longhorn Steakhouse10% military discount (this may not be honored at all locations)
  • Margaritaville: 10% off with valid military ID
  • Mrs. Fields Cookies10% off with military ID, coupon link
  • Panchero's Mexican Grill: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Pancho's Mexican Buffet:  Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Panda Express Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Papa Murphy's Participating locations will take 50% off one pizza
  • Pizza HutDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Popeyes:  10% off with a valid military ID
  • QuiznosDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Raising Cane's Chicken: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Red RobinDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory10% military discount
  • Sam's ClubGet a $15 gift card when you become a member (active duty and retired only)
  • Schlotzky's Deli: 30% off with military ID
  • SizzlerDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Sonic Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Subway 10% off, if not in a military town
  • Sweet Tomatoes10% off with military ID
  • Taco Bell Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • The Melting Pot: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Texas Roadhouse10% military discount
  • Wendy's Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Wing Zone10% military discount in Alabama. Ends 12/31/2015
  • Zaxby's10% off with military ID

Clothing Discounts

  • Abercrombie & Fitch:10-15% off, at manager's discretion
  • Aeropostale10% off with military ID
  • American Eagle Outfitters: 10-15% off, at manager's discretion
  • Anchor Blue: 10% off
  • Banana Republic: 10% military discount 1st of every month (may vary by location; in-store only).
  • Bass Pro Shops: 10% off from the 15th to 22nd of each month
  • Boscov’s:  15% off in-store purchases with military ID everyday.
  • Buckle 10% off, Free Shipping on all military orders
  • Cabela's 10% off
  • Christopher & Banks: 10% of with Military ID
  • Coleman: 15% off with veterans advantage card
  • Dress Barn: Discount and participation will vary by location, bring Military ID to ask
  • Eddie Bauer15% off most merchandise (some promotions excluded) with military ID
  • Express Clothing Store10% off on top of other coupons as well with military ID
  • Extreme Outfitters10-20% on miltary Gear, online and in Store
  • Forever 2110% off
  • Gander Mountain: 5% off
  • Gap: 10% military discount 1st of every month (may vary by location; in-store only).
  • Green Island Breeze:  20% Military Discount In-Store and 10% Military Discount Online with code: MD10
  • Hancock Fabrics: 15% off on the 2nd Wednesday of the month (in-store only)
  • Hanes Outlet Store: 10% off with Military ID
  • Hot Topic10-20% off with military ID
  • Jockey10% off with valid Military ID
  • Jones New York Outlet Store: 10% off with valid Military ID
  • Kohl's15% off at participating locations
  • Maurices10% off with valid military ID
  • Nautica: 10% off with military ID
  • New York and Company: 15% off military discount
  • Old Navy10% military discount 1st of every month (may vary by location; in-store only).
  • Orvis: 10% discount for Veterans Advantage members
  • Overstock: Free Club O membership for Military personnel (5% reward dollars for every purchase, free shipping, and extra reward dollars)
  • Pac Sun Discount varies per location, just bring in a vaild military ID and ask
  • Ralph Lauren Outlet Store: 10% off with Military ID
  • S&K Menswear: 8% Discount on all items free shipping on orders over $99 & APO/FPO shipping. To access the military site at S&K you must go through their AAFES Exchange Mail Online service. http://bdeal.me/aCVq2X
  • Tommy Hilfiger: 10% with valid military ID
  • Under Armor Outlet Store: 10% off with military ID
  • Wet Seal: 10% off
  • Wilson's Leather: 10% off in-store with military ID or call 1-866-305-4704

Shoe Discounts

  • DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse 10% military discount (may vary by location)
  • Eastbay: 20% off online and by phone with a Veterans Advantage Card
  • Finish Line20 percent military discount off select items at special locations
  • Foot Action20% off with military ID
  • Foot Locker20% off with military ID
  • Kid's Foot Locker: 20% off with Military ID
  • Lady Foot Locker20% off with military ID
  • Nike : 0% off, In-Store. For official company policy please check out http://www.nikebiz.com/customer_service/discounts.html
  • Payless Shoe Source10% off
  • Rack Room Shoes15% discount. Bring in valid military ID
  • Shoe Carnival10% off with military ID
  • Timberland Outlets: 15%, bring in valid military ID

Travel and Hotel Discounts

  • American AirlinesDiscount varies, requires military ID
  • AmtrakActive duty US military personnel, their spouses and their dependents, are eligible to receive a 10% discount off most Amtrak rail fares or save 15% with your Veterans Advantage card.
  • Best Inns and Suites: Varies, must present Military ID with check-in
  • Best Western Rates within allowable per diem, must present military ID with check in
  • BudgetVaries, up to 25% off time and mileage Store, requires military ID to redeem
  • Budget Truck RentalDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Choice Hotels Rates at or below per diem depending on location. Discounts may vary and depend on availability. Must present military ID.
  • Clarion InnRates within allowable per diem while on travel orders. Must present valid military ID with check-in
  • Comfort InnRates within allowable per diem while on travel orders. Must Present valid military ID with check-in
  • Days InnRates within allowable per diem. Must present valid military ID with check-in
  • Disney Resorts: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Disneyland : Military discounts are available only for tickets purchased at installation MWRs. Prices vary per date and length of visit
  • Great Wolf Lodge: Up to 33% off, discount varies however. Must book room over the phone rather than the internet.
  • GuideToMilitaryTravel.com: Another great site for military families to go to when looking for travel discounts.
  • Hilton HotelsState and federal employees and U.S. military service members are eligible for discounted bookings at Hilton hotel and resort properties. Discount amount may vary by property
  • Marriott HotelsIt's the Per Diem amount the government picks up, whatever that amount is. Just call and place the reservation over the phone and ask for that discount.
  • Nickelodeon Hotels: Reduced rates and perks, online and in store, www.nickhotel.com/military , 877-NICK-111 and ask for the Military Family Package
  • Ramada15% to 30% - depending on availability. Must present military I.D. upon check in.
  • Samsonite15% off with military ID
  • Sierra Suites: Rates at or below per diem depending on location. Discounts may vary and depend on availability. Must present military ID
  • Southwest AirlinesVaries, it's a dollar amount, not a percentage. Not available on all flights, you'll have to call Southwest and simply just ask.
  • Travelodge Rates within allowable per diem. Discounts may vary and depend on availability. Must present military I.D
  • Wyndham HotelsDiscounts vary by 140 locations. Also depend on availability. Must present military I.D. upon check in.

Vacation Discounts

  • Anheuser - Busch Amusement Parks: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Azamara Cruises: Discounts vary, 800-338-4962
  • Busch Gardens: One day complimentary admission for members of the military and 3 direct dependents in 2012. Here's to the Heroes
  • Carnival Cruises10% off of cruise, but must be booked over the phone, and not online, as proof must be faxed in
  • MLB Hall of Fame: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Movie Theaters: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • My Cruise Club: 9% off on all cruises www.militarycruisedeals.com
  • Professional Sports teams: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Ripley's attractions and museums: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Schlitterbahn Waterparks & ResortsActive military can purchase Schlitterbahn tickets for up to 50% off the general admission price at participating military installations. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
  • Sea WorldOne day complimentary admission for members of the military and 3 direct dependents in 2012. Here's to the Heroes
  • Sesame Park Place: One day complimentary admission for members of the military and 3 direct dependents in 2012. Here's to the Heroes
  • Shedd Aquarium in Chicago: Free general admission with military ID. On the Shedd Aquarium page that is hyper linked here, scroll down to “Other Discounts” to find out more information.
  • Six Flags Magic Mountain: Service members receive special discounts on admission for special events and specific dates. Tickets must be purchased in advance MWR and ITT 143. Recreation offices, not at the park.
  • Walt Disney World Resort: Walt Disney World Resort offers U.S. military personnel 4-Day Military Promotional Tickets for just $138 each and up to 40% off select Disney Resorts Hotels
  • Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo: Free admission ticket for active duty or reserve member of the military, also allows 50% discount in admission for up to 3 family members
  • Wildlife Conservation Society's New York Aquarium: Enrolled military get in for free and 50% off for up to 3 family members http://www.nyaquarium.com/
  • World of Coca Cola:  $2 off standard admission price for service member with I.D. and up to four guests.

Computer and Electronics  Discounts

  • Apple Store: The discount varies, you need to sign up here - http://www.apple.com/r/store/government/
  • AT&TDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Dell ComputersDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Hewlett-PackardLog on to website and click on New User Registration: Enter first and last name, user name, password and email address. Use company code: 2727. Discounts vary. Online only.
  • Inkshouse.com20% off $50 or more, use cod Mil20
  • MicrosoftGovernment employees can get discounts on software through their Home Use Program
  • Nextel18% Discount, call 1-800-639-6111
  • Nuvo: $30 off Ritmo Pregnancy Sound System. You can call 1-888-688-6462, or use coupon code MILITARY99 online at http://www.nuvo-group.com. Valid military ID required for in-store purchase.
  • Rocky Mountain Tracking: 5% off any tracking inc. Use code USMILITARY, http://www.rmtracking.com/
  • Sprint10-18% off. Sprint will also put a "hold" on your line when you are deployed, if you provide a copy of your orders, so you still have the same number when you come back and you do not have to pay for the time your gone as well.
  • Sprint Business: 15% to 20% Discount, 1-888-788-4727
  • Verizon: 15% discount on monthly bills. Applies only to the military member's primary line.

Automotive Discounts

  • AutoZoneVaries Per Store - Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Advance Auto Parts10% off with military ID
  • Avis: 25% off, online you should use this coupon AWD # A555084
  • Big 10 Tires: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Dollar Car RentalAllowable per diem rates
  • Firestone Auto Center10% off
  • Ford:  Discount varies, http://www.encs.com/ford/
  • Geico: 2% to 15% in all states except Georgia, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, Tennessee and Texas
  • GM: Varies, always well below MSRP. You can sign in online at https://www.exclusivegmoffer.com/ip-gmpop/initPop.do?program=mpp
  • HertzAllowable per diem rates. Show valid military ID
  • Jeep: $500 for active military, reserves and retired reserves or active after 20 years of service. Requires military ID
  • Jiffy Lube: 10% off with valid Military ID
  • Kragen Auto Parts: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Meineke10% off parts. In store only. Simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Midas10% off
  • NAPA Auto Parts Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • National: No fee for additional drivers, and special off duty rates per location. Service members receive full loss damage waivers
  • O'Reilly Auto Parts: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Paradise Limousine: $25 Off Limousine Service Coupon Code: 1369 for service members
  • Pep Boys: 10% off with valid military ID
  • Race-Depot: 10% off, use code 10MILCITY
  • Suzuki: $500 off for you and immediate family. Requires military ID
  • Toyota: $500 off + $500 for firs time buyers. Requires military ID
  • Vets-Cars.com: an auto dealer association that pledges "thanks, respect, low up-front pricing, transparency and a superior showroom experience for U.S. Veterans, Active Duty and family members."

Beauty Discounts

  • Mary Kay Cosmetics: Military personnel and dependents receive 10 % on online orders. Reference your service affiliation and status, and ask for additional free gift and bigger discounts by contacting website. Note: Mary Kay cosmetics are sold by independent consultants who can choose to honor discounts or not and can also choose whether or not to offer free gifts with purchase. Most consultants do honor these requests, but are not required to.
  • Pure BeautyDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Sally Beauty Supply: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.

Sporting Goods Discounts

Health and Wellness Discounts

  • GNCDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Simone Protective Health: 20% off their nutritional hydration drink.

Education Discounts

  • Ashford University:  Discounted tuition at $250 a credit, books are covered for all required courses, waived application fee, waived technology fee and more! Benefits apply to all Active Duty, National Guard, Reservists and spouses, dependents eligible for survivor benefits, plus civilian DOD employees & separated vets/retirees still using their GI Bill.
  • Barnes and Noble 6% off regular price plus free shipping, check out www.bn.com/militarycity
  • Discovery Channel Store Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • istudysmart.com:  Free Shipping for Military Families, Online, 9/15 - 10/14
  • Lerner15% off

Jewelry Discounts

  • Facets Collection: 10% off jewelry and 5% off all engagement rings and loose diamonds
  • Samuel's Diamonds: 10% off in-store with military ID
  • SzulFree shipping to Military APO/FPO destinations until 12/31/10. http://bdeal.me/dnZ6Fb

Children's Discounts

  • KB Toys15% off during advertised Military Days

Movie Discounts

  • American Video Productions: 10% off to active duty, retired, families of military and dependents. Call and ask for the discount http://www.americanvideoproductions.net/
  • BlockbusterDiscount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • IMAX : $1 off movie tickets with Military ID
  • Movie Theaters: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • Regal Movie Theaters: Matinee prices for all show times. Requires Military ID
  • United Artist Movie Theaters:  Matinee prices for all show times. Requires Military ID

Eyewear  Discounts

  • Boston Bill Sunglasses: 10% off
  • Eyewear: Discount varies, get the discount online at http://www.afeyewear.com/ - This site offers military discounts for a wide range of eyeglass companies
  • Haber Vision: 50% discount on all sunglasses. Online at http://www.habervision.com/CodeResult.aspx?code=JB10222Q
  • MilitaryContacts.net: Up to 30% off contact lenses and free shipping on orders over $50
  • OakleyThere is a website you register with that offers Oakleys at a discounted price. It doesn't say how much that price is though. Check it out online  at https://secure.usstandardissue.com/

Home and Garden Discounts

  • Agentsource.com:  Up to 40% off standard real estate closing costs for Active duty men and women moving in the United States or Canada
  • Anna's Linens: 10% off any purchase with Valid Military ID in store only
  • Camino Real Apartments: 5% military discount
  • Century 21 FREE Century 21 AON Home Protection Plan when they buy or sell a home through Molly Kucharski ONLY paid for at settlement. Value = $399.00, call 1(800) 952-2516
  • CubeSmart: Additional 20% off with valid Military ID
  • Home Depot10% off Year Round, to active duty, active reserve, retired military, and immediate family. In-Store only. Varies- some locations may require documentation.
  • Kiss the Cook:  Register with your military email address and receive a 10% discount
  • Leslie Pool Supplies: 10% off with military ID
  • Lowe's10% off year round to active duty, active reserve, retired military, and immediate family. Just bring in a valid military ID. The military discount, however, cannot be combined with other coupons they may be offering.
  • Michaels10% off every Wednesday at select stores. Call your local store for participation.

Miscellaneous Discounts

  • ASMBA: Armed Services Mutual Benefit Association - Membership in the non-profit association is free, and, when you join, you'll get $3,000 of free AD&D coverage.
  • Build a Sign: Free banner and cards to support the troops
  • CoinsAndPins.com: 10% military discount on custom made products as long as the custom items are more than 60% military related
  • FromYouFlowers.com20% discount when you order by phone at 1-800-838-8853
  • IAVA : IAVA, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, is a veterans organization that looks to help take care of the newest generation of American veterans. They also are working with companies, such as JC Penney, to provide up to $200 in vouchers to certain retail stores.
  • National Credit Solutions: 25% discount, call toll free at 866-485-2540 x109, and for a direct line please call 972-746-4209
  • Online Chimp Website Solution:  $15 off the small business website builder
  • Sears10% off on tools and related items. Contact your local store for details.
  • Spencer's Gifts: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
  • TurboTaxActive duty military are eligible to file federal tax returns for free through the Intuit Tax Freedom Project
  • Walgreens 10% with military ID every Tuesday

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560 Responses to “Military Discounts From 230+ Stores & Services”

  1. Jaime says:

    I am very grateful for these discounts. I’m AGR and when deployed my pay is drastically lowered. Every little bit helps my family of four. Thank you to the stores that support soldiers. It’s a privilege to serve our great nation.

  2. Hello! I know this is somewhat off topic but I was wondering if you knew where I could find a captcha plugin for my comment form? I’m using the same blog platform as yours and I’m having difficulty finding one? Thanks a lot!

  3. Dave Trimble says:

    We are proud to offer 10% off all of our shark fishing adventures, and free t-shirts for all active duty and veterans. As an added thanks we are doubling it for the month of Dec. and taking 20% off! Check us out and plan your trips for 2012 at this great rate. Thank you all for your service.

  4. L Newman says:

    Dick’s Sporting Goods has DONE AWAY with their military discount. Therefore, my husband, who retired after 20 years of honored service, and I have decided to spend our money elsewhere and have let the company know this. Very disappointing to think that a store would stop honoring the very men and women who have allowed them to have the freedom to have a business such as theirs.

  5. L Newman says:

    Dave, what is your website?

  6. Nancy says:

    Well so far DICK’S and FOREVER 21 do not offer military discount as it states on your site. This is very humiliating when I’m standing at the counter trying to explain how several sites state this, but it’s not true according to the store manager. This is in upstate NY. How embarrassing to walk away denied!!!!!

    • Rachel says:

      I lived upstate NY for awhile after moving from a more military area and was used to getting the discounts at Forever 21. They swore to me in NY that there was no such thing. I too was embarrassed. I called their corporate. THEY DO have it. Most managers don’t know because they haven’t seen it and don’t know how to do it. So they just assumed it wasn’t true and didn’t try. I moved back down south to a different area that is military and again I get the discount. It’s not you.. Don’t be embarrassed.

    • Libby says:

      READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE!!! It very clearly states: First, some stores offer discounts only at the owner’s discretion and other discounts vary by state

      Read things completely before casting blame that is not due!

      • michelle says:

        Libby-
        You feel so free to express your opinion without worry of your (in my opinion: vicious) words landing you in prison. In fact, you can say WHATEVER judemental and unneeded piece of commentary you choose. May I remind you this right, the 1st ammendment, is afforded to us care of selfless service men and women dying for that liberty; Kind of makes you’re ranting, which attacks one-such service-person, seem ironic and ignorant.
        *please remember that supporting our soldiers doesn’t require agreeing with the concept of war. Thank you to those who serve or did serve the people, and our UNITED country.

        • TRD says:

          Michelle

          If you think Libby’s statement was vicious, might I suggest getting off the internet? There was nothing in her statement that was even insulting, much less “vicious” as you would say. Obviously people aren’t reading the article fully if they’re crying about not being able to get a military discount. Also I don’t understand the mentality of feeling entitled to a discount. Yes my husband is in the military, no I don’t feel like ANYONE owes us ANYTHING.

          Though I’d be embarrassed too if I were to argue that “several sites” claim their stores gives a military discount, especially if none of those “several sites” are the store’s own page. A discount is a privilege, NOT a right, so to argue like it is is just silly.

          • Diannne Glor says:

            Michelle,
            Your husband is putting his life on the line daily, especially in the far eastern countries and discounts that are being offered are by those companies willing to say “thank you” in the best way they can. I’m sorry you don’t feel that your husband deserves a “thank you” for serving his country.

    • Katie says:

      Why feel humiliated??? The article says each state/area is not the same. Just show your ID and ask. They can say Yes or No. The discount isn’t our “right,” it’s a “Thank You.”

  7. Craig says:

    …sometimes some companies do away with discounts…oh well…and really, who in the military actually shops at FOREVER 21? Come on…

    • christina says:

      Craig- many male members of the military are married and some may even have teenage daughters not to mention the fact that their are women in the military who may shop at forever 21 too

    • ayla says:

      There are plenty of people in the military who shop at forever21…I’m in the military and shop there…remember …there are women in the military!!!!

  8. Patty says:

    Went to Bass Pro today and got the 10% off! Thanks for the info.

  9. Michelle Bartlett says:

    Do you know any sites or stores that offer this discount to Government Employees such as Fire Fighters or Police Officers? They too give of their lives everyday here at home, away from their families, and making the ultimate sacrifice for less pay and no retirement benefits every day!

    • DD says:

      Firefighters, EMT workers, police officers etc. Ask for a discount. I have found that many stores extend the discounts to federal employees and emergency workers. Sorry I don’t have a list compiled at this time.

    • David says:

      Most Fire Fighter and Officers make way more than the military due to their unions. They also have WAY better pensions. You realize most military retirements are less than $2,000 a month, while most fire fighter/officer retiremens are well over 60K a year.

      • Jen says:

        Totally true!!

      • John says:

        You have it partially true, military retirement is usually less than $2000 per month…for the E-6 and below. Officers, well that a whole different story depending on how many years they served over the magical “20″. Police, Firefighters and even Correctional Officers (prison guards)pay into their own retirement from day one. I am retired Military (24 yrs) and soon will retire from Dept of Corrections (25yrs.) Nearly $600 a month is taken from my paycheck every month and put into a retirement fund. I would have rather had a choice and put the money into my own IRA. No choice is given to us. The longer a person works for Corrections, the more money they take for the retirement fund. So it isn’t just “given to us”! We pay into our own retirement.

      • Gabbie says:

        I am an EMT I only make $12 and hour and with no benefits so not every emergency worker has it good. Plus military should have the highest pay then I personally believe EMTs next because we are basically sent to every call

      • Don says:

        David,

        I’m not sure what that has to do with getting a discount. It’s offered, in most cases, to those who put their life on the line so that we might continue to enjoy ours. There’s no income requirement. Certainly, if your retirement is $60K/yr vs $2K/yr, you’re less likely to need the discount. But consider if you will, how long most firefighters work prior to retirement. The discount for military is extended to active as well as retirees and vets. A vet is not defined as one who retires, but one who has served. Just sayin’.

      • Peyton says:

        True. After twenty years of service, my husband only gets 1200 a month. We both still work to support our family and some people think he shouldn’t be getting the pittance of a retirement that he does get, but those same people don’t bat an eyelash at giving a politician an awesome retirement package of over 100k a year after only 4 years of service. What the hell?

  10. Nicky says:

    It’s really a shame that not every store offers a military discount. These people are fighting for our lives and the LEAST we can do is offer them a discount in all of our stores. I think as a country who is “so proud of our military” we should offer them more discounts. It’s the least we can do. I also think 10% is too low. This is all from someone who doesn’t even have family or anyone I know in the military so I’m not biased.

    Also as an update kfc no longer does military discounts. My boyfriend works there and they did away with it :(

  11. LEW says:

    On-line Ralph Lauren Outlet were very helpful. Honored their 10% military discount online and will give you free shipping if you ask.

  12. S. Lamb says:

    We thank the members of the military for their service and sacrifice. We offer them and their families a 15% discount on all purchases made on our site, which offers pet memorials, urns and caskets, as well as Irish and eco-friendly cremation urns for humans. http://www.richardlamb.com/military-discount.asp

  13. Michael says:

    I am a 60yr olf0d U S Veteran of the Nam war. I am know totally disabiled on SSI only. I live in Ct and I am looking for discounts
    1. Disabiled
    2. Elderly
    3. For being a U S Veteran
    Please let me know all that I can get at a lower coast if not for free

    • Michael,
      Welcome home and thanks for your service from a fellow Vietnam Vet. Not sure what your disabilities are, but having served there, you are presumed to have been exposed to agent orange. If you suffer from diabetes, peripheral neuropathy or a host of other disorders, you’re entitled to Veterans disability benefits. You should see the benefits office at your nearest VA right away. The VA is a huge bureaucracy, but it’s not your enemy. I receive top notch care and couldn’t be happier. I urge you to check it out.
      Jim Robinson
      SSgt. USMC 1965-1969

    • Peyton says:

      Thank you both for your service and let it be known that had I been more than a child when you came home, I would have fought to get you the welcome home you deserved. Welcome home and God Bless all veterans, especially those who didn’t get the homecoming they deserved. *HUGS* to you.

  14. Damien says:

    Can anyone help me find an online store that sells powerchair at a very low price?

  15. Bruce says:

    Some great suggestions here! Members of the US military deserves this special kind of treatment!

    Keep it up!

  16. massage naperville says:

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  17. MArco says:

    great clips in houston offers discount to military/government personnel

  18. Nicole says:

    Sent-Well.com is proud to ALWAYS offer 15% off to members of the military. We just need military ID info. We stamp & send REAL greeting cards, with your personal message handwritten in the card. You can be anywhere in the world, and choose/set up delivery for the card right from your computer. This way you never have to miss a birthday or anniversary again!

  19. Anita Clark says:

    Great list that is chock full of discounts for our men and women in uniform!

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  22. Aida says:

    We live 3miles from a Home depot here in Va.,and they do not give military discount,smh

    • Darrell says:

      You used to be able to get military discount at the register just by showing your military ID. Recently, within the last few months, home depot requires you to register at the customer service desk with your ID and then you are in a database that will allow you to get your discount nationwide. I am active duty and worked for Home Depot part time and the associate that told you no military discount is misinformed. They implemented it about 3-4 years ago after they were losing customers to Lowes due to them offering the discount.

      • Darrell says:

        Also, the store I worked at was also in Virginia!

        • Jerry says:

          Woodbridge HD over discount using the above procedures.

          • Joshua says:

            Jerry this is weird. I live in Woodbridge and work down at andrews and we were trying to figure out if HD offers a discount since lowes is right across the street. ANYWAY…. so I have to go to the desk and registar with them?

      • George says:

        I live in Minnesota and have been a faithfull user of The Home Depot military discount. I was in Home Depot March 8, 2012, the first day of registering your ID card, and inquired, “Now that I’m registered, will there be a new proceedure for having the discount applied to any future purchases?” The sales person at the service desk told me no, that we were to just show our Military ID’s like we did in the past.

        Turns out, this is not true. The Home Depot now sends each registered military person a one time only coupon to their e-mail about once every week or so.

        Since my DIY project philosophy has always been “No DIY project is complete until the third trip to Home Depot”, I guess I’m going to use Lowes for all my new project needs.

    • Trish M says:

      I have never had a Home Depot deny my Military ID card. You nowhave tosign upat the service desk and also give your phone # and show your ID card to the sales clerk. Talk to the manager of your store.
      I hope this will help you.
      I now shop at Lowes since they just opened one in my front yard.

  23. melissa says:

    i always ask you never know who will give the next discount. what i love the most is when you hear no we only give a discount once a year and you need to be the person in military not wife or children, and he/she must to be in uniform. classic do u need our blood type too??

  24. K.Barton says:

    Tip for shopping at Finishline: They have a much bigger selection online w/incredible sales. If you write down the product code of the shoe you want to purchase, you can take it to the store and show your military id for 20% off (this includes sale items!). Just give them your address and they will ship it to you via UPS at no additional charge. I’ve done this in GA and TX.

  25. D.Kirchofer says:

    Denny’s in Amarillo TX does not give discount to retired military. My husband was crushed when he asked for the discount, showed his ID and was told sorry we only give the discount to Active Duty. He felt like he was slapped in the face, like his 23 years wasn’t good enough for 10% off. We will never eat there again!

    • SSgt CS says:

      I’m very sorry to hear that. It shouldn’t matter if your active or not, all military members should get the discount. Veterans/Retirees are still military members.

  26. SSgt CS says:

    Before I comment on the 10% discount being too low, I want to say thanks for wanting us (the military) to get more of a discount. My personal opinion, any amount of a discount is great for me. I do agree with having more discounts for police/firefighter/EMT and lets not forget about our Veterans. These brave souls also save lives and protects our country just as much as the military. Discounts are not there because the amount that we get paid, its there to show their appreciation for our service. One of the best websites out there is http://www.usstandardissue.com. Its for military and government employees. Also, check out http://www.promotive.com. This site is for just about everyone. You find a team that you qualify for, sign up, and begin shopping with amazing discounts. This site has over 1,900 different teams, so check it out. Here are some of the teams:
    Outdoor Guides and Outfitters
    Summer Resort Employee Team
    Forest Service
    Yoga and Fitness Instructors
    Commercial Airline Professionals
    Adidas Employees (Shoes, Eyewear, Fragrances)
    Otterbox Employee

    Thanks,
    SSgt CS

  27. Jen says:

    Some Walgreens give a 15% discount on everything but tobacco and dairy products namely the ones in Alaska. Just show your ID before they start the transaction.

  28. DAN says:

    Im a vietnam vet and ask for discounts, if they dont give I dont shop there anymore, simple as that, To may other patriots who do give the discount. YOu here me corporate america??

  29. Lili Taibl says:

    This seems like it is going to be a big deal… Do you think it may be the end to our lives? What do you predict is going to happen to everyone and everything on earth? It actually kind of scares me…

  30. Erin J says:

    Skechers also gives a discount… 15 or 20% I believe!

  31. Os says:

    Sonic ,subway, n other fast food places is not taking military Id’s for discount
    Why?????

    • Joshua says:

      Thats actually inaccurate. I worked there before coming into the military. They give discounts to any federal employee from police to emt’s to military. You just have to ask and if they say that they dont have them call their corprate office.

  32. Lee says:

    For you motocrossers out there, Leatt, which makes the best neck brace offers a righteous discount of 50% to all active duty military. Have to call corporate office, but they love us and want to keep us safe with their second to none safety gear. I don’t work there, nor am I shareholder, I just believe that a company like this who puts their money where their mouth is deserves serious kudos!

  33. neil says:

    Liberty University has a super plan for military and retired military

  34. Darcy says:

    10% off entire purchase for all active and retired military. Thank you for everything you do. http://www.HMandBB.com unique maternity and baby clothing gifts and accessories, just use code 10military12.

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  36. Dany says:

    That Barnes and Nobles link did not work for me.

  37. Carlos says:

    Just a heads up if you are looking for a cargo carrier (hitch style) Stowaway2.com offers a 10% Discount for Military and LE Personnel (you have to call your order in to apply for the discount), also they do not charge sales tax since they are located in Oregon.

  38. pv2 major says:

    I don’t see why it really maters that if a store gives military discounts or not. I did not join the army for discounts i join because i want to serve my country and college. Yes when ever i do go to a store I do ask do they offer it and if they say no I am ok with that because my discount is knowing hat they know that the red white and blue will forever stay strong from the sacrifice that the proud members of the arm force contribute. Now we all have our opinion do not tackle some because you do not agree because it is not that serious. Have fun stay strong

  39. Dany says:

    I just called the Barnes and Nobles in Melbourne, FL. and they told me they do NOT give military discounts.

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  41. Michael K. Morris says:

    I am a man that served in the U S Army. I served in Nam for 1and a half years. I got out in Jan of 1972. I get a non-service conection disability pention;and I am also on Social Security Disability. I am 60yrs of age and every cent counts. I would like to know if my V A Hospital ID works to get the military discounts thaat you have in your artical?

  42. Sid Wair says:

    Being Retired Military, I’m appreciative of all discounts offerd from retailers and there is where I will shop. Keep an eye on your pennies and the dollars will take care of themselves

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  45. Marla says:

    Modells gives a military discount also.

  46. Deb says:

    Marvin’s Building Supply gives a discount and so does Goody’s clothing store

  47. Norman Ash says:

    Actually World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta offers free admission to active duty and retired military. Just present your ID for a complimentary ticket at the ticket window.

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