Military Discount (1 Viewer)

Jan 14, 2012
Fontana, CA
Not exactly off-road but Bass pro and Cabelle’s offers a 5% discount.

Bench Made offers a 30% discount, just verify through ID me.
Apr 20, 2012
Virginia Beach
I recently found out Summit Racing will give a discount if you call customer service and they’ll credit a refund.

CampChef pellet grills also have a awesome discount. Can’t remember if I got 20 or 25% but again you have to call customer service
Apr 28, 2020
Merrifield, Minnesota is a great place to get a military discount on a variety of products. Goal Zero, Yakima, Mammut and Mountain Hardware are just a few of the companies that participate and offer 40% off MSRP. There are probably over a 100 companies that offer the military discount on there and the discounts range from 10-60% off MSRP.
Feb 8, 2016
United States
Don’t forget about US standard issue for Oakley products.
Yup. Just ordered a pair of glasses yesterday. Over 50% off retail. All active duty, veterans, first responders and EMTs are eligible, through IDme or in store.

Lowes also offers the discount online.
Home Depot has to be in store.

Pep Boys has discount for active, retirees, and spouses.

When I don’t ask for military discount, they usually ask me if I’m military to give me the discount. Maybe it’s the hair, the clothes, the smell, out of state license, I don’t know, but it makes me laugh that it’s that identifiable.
We all know the discounts are not necessary and we all really do appreciate their support, when they give us a discount its their way of showing it. It also encourages me to go back that restaurant or store because I know they support us.
Even Veterans Day meals, I make sure I get a free sandwich or something. They go through great lengths putting those programs on, I support them supporting US.
It really is the little things that make it worthwhile, even though I feel the same, it’s a job I’m getting paid to do and enjoy doing it

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