35+ military discounts that are available year-round

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What stores offer military discounts year-round?
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If you’re an active member of the armed forces or a veteran, you probably know that plenty of stores and restaurants offer discounts and free things around Veterans Day, the Fourth of July and some other holidays. But there are tons of places that honor our military all year long!

Here are some businesses that show their appreciation for your service year-round.

These companies offer military discounts throughout the year

Advance Auto Parts

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Advance Auto Parts offers 10% off regularly priced items for in-store purchases to customers who serve or have served.

Allegiant Air

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U.S. active duty or reserve duty and National Guard can receive up to three free pieces of checked baggage and free priority boarding, along with other benefits.

Amtrak

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Military personnel get 10% off the lowest available fare and get to go ahead of the ticket line.

Apple

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Military personnel and federal government employees and their families get “special pricing” (up to $100) off select Apple products for personal use.

AT&T

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Members of the military get 25% off each Unlimited & More wireless line plus $15 off every month on TV and $15 off internet service.

Avis Car Rental

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Get up to 25% off base rental rates at Avis when you enroll in Veterans Advantage.

Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s

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Military members, including National Guard and reserves, can receive 5% off select gear every day.

Bonobos

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Military members can save 20% on five orders over the course of a year.

Cole Haan

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Military members and veterans receive a 20% discount at Cole Haan.

Champion

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All members of the military and veterans can receive an additional 10% off with verification.

Costco

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Costco offers military members and veterans over $60 in savings upon enrolling in membership with military ID.

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Dickies

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Active military members and veterans get 10% off purchases with military verification.

Eastbay

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All U.S. military service members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard plus their eligible dependents get 20% off online purchases.

Fanatics

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Veterans, service members and first responders get 15% of their orders, in addition to free ground shipping in the US.

Foot Locker

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Athletic shoe store Foot Locker offers 20% off most purchases with military ID.

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% on your total insurance premium. Some states are exempt. Check with your local Geico insurance agent.

Goodwill

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Many Goodwill stores offer an additional 15% off purchases on a specific day of the week if you show your valid military ID at checkout. Check your local Goodwill store for more.

Home Depot

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The home improvement store’s 10% discount is available to active and reserve military personnel, retired or disabled veterans and their spouses or dependent children every day upon request (in-store only).

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HomeTown Buffet

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Military members receive special discounts every Monday for Military Monday.

Jiffy Lube

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Veterans and active duty military receive 25% off most services.

Levi’s

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The denim clothier offers a 15% discount to military across all its stores.

Lowe’s

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Lowe’s Home Improvement Store has a 10% military discount for veterans and active service members and their immediate families. Here’s how to link the deal to your Lowes card.

NBA Store

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Members of the military and first responders enjoy a 15% discount with valid ID.

New Balance

NewBalance.com offers a 10% discount to individuals with a .mil email address.

NFL Shop

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Members of the military and first responders enjoy a 15% discount with valid ID.

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Outback Steakhouse

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Military members can enjoy 10% off their meal with ID.

O’Reilly Auto Parts

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O’Reilly Auto Parts stores provide a 10% discount off retail price for most items. Some exceptions are motor oil, antifreeze, sale items and special orders.

Pep Boys

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Active duty and retired military can receive a 10% discount at their local store.

Pottery Barn

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To thank military members for their service, Pottery Barn offers a 15% discount on their entire in-store purchase.

Rack Room Shoes

Every Tuesday, U.S. military personnel and their families receive a 10% discount on their entire in-store purchase with valid military ID.

Sherwin-Williams

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The paint store offers a 15% military discount to those on active duty, reservists and veterans.

Sprint

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The phone carrier gives members of the armed forces 50% off family lines with ID verification.

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T-Mobile

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The phone carrier gives military families 50% off two through six lines and 25% off one line.

TOMS

The shoe company known for giving back gives back to military members and veterans, offering 10% off a full-priced purchase with military ID.

Verizon

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Members of the military get Go Unlimited service for as low as $30/line/month with 4 lines, plus a $100 prepaid card per line when you switch, buy or activate a new smartphone.

Wrangler

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The clothing company offers a 10% discount to active duty service members and veterans.

United Airlines

United gives Veterans Advantage members up to a 5% discount on tickets for United- and United Express®-operated flights purchased on United.com.

Do you know of any year-round military discounts we’ve missed? Tell us about them in the comments below, or on Facebook or Twitter!

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