7 of the Best 2019 Veterans Day Discounts


It seems that every year more and more companies and organizations celebrate Veterans Day with offers for service members and veterans alike. We know some of the usual suspects–I’m looking at you, Red Robin, and your delicious, delicious burgers and unlimited fries– but I wanted to collect some of the more surprising discounts you may not know.

On our list are some deep discounts– including ones that are $30-$40 off products, double discounts, and free giveaways worth $10-$20. Take a look and then let me know in the comments if you know of other “hidden” Veterans Day discounts that people might not be aware of!

1. Get a Subscription Box Worth $200 for $10

Love subscription boxes? (Me too!) From now until Veterans Day , current military, veterans, and dependents can grab the normally $49.99 Fall 2019 FabFitFun subscription box for just $10. Each box is valued at at least $200 in product. You’ll just need to verify your military status through their website– you don’t have to worry about a code to get your savings! Get your $10 FabFitFun box here.

2. Get $40 Off Amazon Prime

When you verify your military–active duty, National Guard, Reserves, or veteran– status, Amazon will take $40 off your annual Prime subscription, making it $79, rather than $119. Already have Prime? That’s okay! You can purchase next year’s subscription at the $79 rate. Be warned, though: If you try to verify three times and fail for whatever reason, you’ll be locked out and will have to contact Amazon support services to get the discount. If your Amazon account is not in the veteran or active duty member’s name, you won’t be able to take advantage of the deal as they can only verify military member’s IDs for this promotion. The promotion is on-going now until Veterans Day (November 11). Get your Amazon Prime Veterans Day savings here.

3. Fuel Up with Free Coffee at Starbucks

Starbucks is offering a free 12-ounce cup of coffee to veterans, active-duty military members, and their spouses on Veterans Day. Make sure to bring proof of military status and photo ID.

4. Work Out for Free at Planet Fitness

Military members and veterans are invited to work out for free at Planet Fitness from November 8 to 15. Included in their offer is the ability to bring a friend along for the workout and the use of their hydro and chair massage equipment for free as well. To enjoy this perk, the service member or veteran will need to have proof of military status and a photo ID.

5. Get a Rare Military Discount at Target

Grab 10% off your online or in-store purchase at Target, now until Veterans Day. You’ll need to verify veteran or active-duty status online to get a coupon. Target does not otherwise offer military discounts, so this is your chance to do a little extra care package or PCS shopping with it!

6. Get a Double Discount at Kohl’s

Now until November 11, Kohl’s is doubling their in-store military discount from 15% to 30%. You’ll also be able to earn Yes2You Rewards as well as Kohl’s Cash and take advantage of any other sales going on in the store. If you’re going to miss Kohl’s this time around, remember that they offer a Military Mondays discount every Monday. Learn more about their Military Mondays initiative here. Don’t live close to a Kohl’s? While you can’t get their military discount online, you can still use Rakuten (formerly Ebates) to get extra cashback on top of discounts, Kohl’s Cash, and Yes2You Rewards.  Sign up for free and start getting cash back right now. (Spend $25 and get $10 back right away!)

7. Eat for Free at Gordon Biersch

Veterans or active-duty service members with ID (or in uniform) will receive a free entree of their choosing from a special Veterans Day menu. In addition, 25 cents of every Veterans IPA sold between November 11-17 will be donated to a military-connected charity.


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