The best veteran and military discounts for 2022


Who doesn’t love a good discount? We’ve got a roundup of some of the best companies offering veteran discounts.

Our veterans have given so much, and we can never truly give back to them and their families. But with everything getting more expensive, every little bit counts. Many companies offer discounts to veterans, active military, reserve and their families. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorites, but the list below only scratches the surface of the discounts available to our veterans.


Apple is offering a 10% discount to current and veteran members of the US Army, National Guard, and Reserves. Immediate family members residing in the same household are also eligible. 10% discount applies to all Apple products and accessories, and veteran or active military status must be verified with


The triple insulated glass company proudly supports our troops, as well as first responders, medical personnel and teachers, and offers them 15% off, with your status verified through


Disney Cruise Lines, Disneyland, and Walt Disney World all offer specialty military rates on select cruises, hotels, date ranges, park tickets, and more. Walt Disney World Resort is also home to Shades of Green, which is an Armed Forces Recreation Center. ID required.

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A year-round 10% cash back up to a maximum of $500 at all US locations is available to active duty personnel, reservists, retired or disabled veterans and their immediate families. Must present a valid military ID. A 10% discount is also offered to all other military veterans on Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day and Veterans Day.


Lowe’s is offering a 10% discount in-store and online on qualifying items to say thank you to active duty, retired and military veterans and their spouses. Status must be verified via


Peloton is proud to offer special pricing (up to $200 off) on accessories or accessory sets with the purchase of a Peloton Bike, Bike+ or Tread at active and retired members of the military. You can start a conversation on the Peloton website to find out what you need. Your information will be verified through SheerID, a third-party identity verification solution provider.


Sherwin-Williams proudly supports the United States and Canadian military by offering a 15% discount on paints, stains, and painting supplies to those who are currently serving, are reservists, or have served in the military. This 15% discount is also extended to the spouse of these persons. ID validating military service is required.

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Sunglass Hut is now offering a 15% discount for active duty, retirees, veterans, military spouses and family members through

Prosperous market

Thrive Market is offering free membership (a $59.95 value) to U.S. military veterans and their families who request it.


Tiffany is offering 10% off engagement rings and wedding bands for active duty, reservists and veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. Fiances, domestic partners, wives and husbands are eligible for lodging even if their US military partner is stationed overseas and cannot enter the store. Commitment Discount is available in the United States only.


Nike is offering a 10% discount online and in-store to all active U.S. military members, reserves, veterans, and retirees, as well as spouses and dependents of active personnel. You can show military ID in the store or verify your military status with SheerID to get a promo code. The discount is not available at Nike Company Stores.


Wrangler is offering a $10 discount to active military, veterans, retirees, military spouses and their immediate family members. You must be a validated member of ID.Me to participate.

Compilation websites

Beyond the above discounts from individual companies, there are a number of websites (such as Disabled American Veterans (DAV)the National Veterans Foundation Lifeline for veterinarians, Advantageous positionand Veterans Advantage) that compile larger lists of discounts and services aimed at veterans, with some offering free and premium services. Scott Higgins, co-CEO and co-founder of Veterans Advantage, who is a Vietnam War veteran, says their program has approximately 2 million veteran, active-duty, guard and reserve participants (including members of the family), of which 42% are women.

“Veterans Advantage is a public benefit corporation for its strong social mission of generating greater respect, recognition and rewards for those who have served, continue to serve and their families,” adds Higgins. “We created the first benefit for this special group of Americans over 20 years ago and now offer discounts on over 400 brands through our basic (free) and premium (paid) service in our marketplace. military discounts.”

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