Veteran’s Discounts

Updated: Apr 10


In this priceless post, you will get a list of exclusive discounts that are specifically for veterans along with instructions on how to claim them. Hello veterans, today’s I am bringing you “Veteran’s Discounts”, and for your ease, you will find that the discounts are categorized by product/service. With the help of these discounts, you can save thousands of dollars annually so read on!


Apparel And Shoes Veterans Discount

1. Adidas

Verified military members, medical professionals, first responders, teachers, and nurses get 30% off at addidas.com and in-store and 20% off at factory outlet stores.


2. Aeropostale

Get a 10% discount on all purchases, it is valid at any Aeropostale store nationwide


3. Allen Edmonds

After giving proof of military service, veterans can receive 15% off regular-priced merchandise. Valid ID must be shown at the register while online verification is done through ID.me.


4. Ashley Stewart

10% off for military members through id.me.


Health And Beauty Discounts For Veterans


1. Eye Mart Express

All military personnel, retired, active- or non-active, and family members will get an exclusive 20% discount.


2. The Original Foot Alignment Socks

Active duty, veterans, retirees, and military dependents are qualified for a 50% discount on their order for foot alignment socks to help relieve foot pain.


3. Massage Envy

Military personnel are eligible for discounted membership through the Military Discount Program. Participations and rates vary by location.


4. SmartStyle Hair Salons

SmartStyle Hair Salons is offering current or former military members, veterans, police officers, firefighters, and first responders a 10% discount off any service or professional product. To receive this discount, show proof of service.


Financial And Insurance Discount For Veterans


1. AARP

Receive up to 30% discount on membership for Active Duty, Military Retiree, Veteran, National Guard and Reservists, and spouses.


2. Direct Auto Insurance

Get up to 25% off for active service members of the US Armed Forces as well as the Guard and Reserves.


3. American Express

American Express waives the annual fee on all credit cards for active-duty military servicemen and their spouses. This includes the AMEX Platinum which has an annual fee of $550 waived with perks such as 75,000 bonus points welcome offer after you spend $5000 in the first 6 months, it also has airport lounge access and up to $200 annual credits on airline fees and Uber credits.


4. Embrace Pet Insurance

Embrace offers a discount of up to 5% for military families on any pet insurance policy.


Education Discounts For Veterans


1. California Southern University

Get 10% off on tuition fees for online degree programs in business, psychology, and law if you are a spouse or child of an active-duty and retired military service member.


2. Elite IT Computer Training And Certification

Receive a 15% discount for veterans, families of veterans, active duty, and other service personnel. Use the promo code USMIL15 at checkout to get discounts on courses like Cisco CCNA, CompTIA A+, and MCSE.



3. KinderCare Learning Centers

Offers free assistance for eligible active duty military families and a solution to address their childcare needs when care at an on-base Child Development Center isn’t available.


4. Udemy Online Courses

Get 30% if you are a military member through ID.me.


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