99 Restaurants: 10 percent discount with Military ID for retired and active veterans.
Acapulco: 20 percent 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 Burgers: Discount 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.
American Airlines: Discount varies, requires military ID. See our current AA coupons and deals.
Amtrak: Active duty US military personnel, their spouses and their dependents, are eligible to receive a 10 percent discount off most Amtrak rail fares or save 15 percent with your Veterans Advantage card.
Auto Europe: 5 percent off for both active duty and vetran service members and their families.
Choice Hotels: Rates at or below per diem depending on location. Discounts may vary and depend on availability. Must present military ID.
Clarion Inn: Rates within allowable per diem while on travel orders. Must present valid military ID with check-in.
Comfort Inn: Rates within allowable per diem while on travel orders. Must Present valid military ID with check-in.
Days Inn: Rates 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 percent off, but discount varies. Must book room over the phone rather than the internet.
Hilton Hotels: State 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 Hotels: It’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.
Marriott Vacation Club: U.S. active, retired and reserve members of the military, National Guard, and first responders including police, firefighters and emergency medical personnel can enjoy a 15% discount on rooms at more than 50 domestic Marriott Vacation Club resorts. Use code XYD at checkout. (Must present valid military or first responder ID at check-in.)
Nickelodeon Hotels: Reduced rates and perks, online and in store. Call 877-NICK-111 and ask for the Military Family Package.
Ramada: 15 percent to 30 percent off – depending on availability. Must present military I.D. upon check in.
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 & Resorts: Active military can purchase Schlitterbahn tickets for up to 50 percent off the general admission price at participating military installations. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
Sea World: One day complimentary admission for members of the military and 3 direct dependents in 2015.
Sesame Park Place: One day complimentary admission for members of the military and 3 direct dependents in 2015.
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 percent off select Disney Resorts Hotels
Sprint: 10-18 percent 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 percent discount, call 1-888-788-4727 for more information.
Verizon: 15 percent discount on monthly bills. Applies only to the military member’s primary line.
Auto Accessory Garage: 5-20 percent discounts on car parts and accessories to active military members and their families with valid ID.
AutoZone: Varies Per Store – Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
Suzuki: $500 off for you and immediate family. Requires military ID.
Toyota: $500 off + $500 for first time buyers. Requires military ID.
Mary Kay Cosmetics: Military personnel and dependents receive 10 percent 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 Beauty: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
AvaCare Medical: All active, reserve, retired or disabled U.S. veterans and immediate family members (including parents, siblings and children) with a valid military ID are eligible for a 5 percent discount on any order placed on AvaCare Medical. No application necessary; simply fill out your U.S. military ID number at checkout to receive 5% off your entire order. Or, get a full 10% by shopping with us on Veteran’s Day (November 11th) this year and entering promo code VET10!
GNC: Discount varies, simply ask and have a valid military ID with you.
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.
Lowe’s: 10 percent 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.
Michaels: 10 percent off every Wednesday at select stores. Call your local store for participation.
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.
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.
Sears: 20 percent off regularly priced tools and an extra 5 percent off on-sale tools with a valid military ID.