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Here are the top year-round military discounts to take advantage of this year.
YETI, a company known for its durable outdoor gear, offers a 20% discount to military personnel, first responders, nurses, and government employees. The discount applies to all products, including coolers, drinkware, and outdoor living essentials. Identification via ID.me is required to receive the discount.
Zales, a major name in jewelry retail, offers a 10% discount to military personnel on regular-priced items. The deal is available all year, though the availability at individual stores may vary. To secure this discount, members of the armed forces are asked to provide proof of service.
Academy Sports & Outdoors will offer a 10% discount to active military service members, veterans, and first responders. These savings apply to the entire purchase, online or in-store. The offer, valid with military ID or ID.me, runs from 10/22/23 to 11/12/23.
AT&T offers a 25% discount on their unlimited plans to veterans, military personnel, and their families. Their discounted pricing begins at less than $27 per line for those buying four lines. A valid military ID is required to access this offer.
Goodyear Auto Service is offering free tire, brake, and battery checks in its "Car Care Checks for Vets" promotion from Nov. 10-14, with a Veterans Day honor of an extra 10% off tires and services for active or retired military. Also, save $120 instantly on installation with a purchase of any 4 Goodyear or Cooper tires, offer expiring on Oct. 31, 2023. Additionally, users of the Goodyear Credit Card can get up to $200 back from an online or mail-in rebate on a set of 4 select Goodyear or Kelly tires until Dec. 31, 2023. A valid military ID is required.
IHG Hotels & Resorts is offering a 5% discount to veterans, military members, and their families. The discount applies to stays at any of their 6,000 properties worldwide, including brands such as Holiday Inn and Candlewood Suites. A valid military ID is required for eligibility.
Lowe's, the well-known home improvement retailer, offers a 10% discount to active duty military, veterans, and their spouses daily. The discount applies to in-store U.S. purchases up to $5,000 made during the Veterans Day holiday. Verification through ID.me and a linked MyLowe's account is required to benefit from the discount.
Veterans, active duty military members, reservists, and their spouses can get a Paramount+ plan for 25% off. The streaming service offers over 40,000 episodes and exclusive content. Verify online through SheerID to receive this discount.
Verizon offers eligible military members and veterans a discount of up to $25 per month on their top-tier Unlimited plans. Eligibility can be verified using a valid military ID or by registering through ID.me. This offer is ongoing with no specified end date.
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