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nards444 Posted - 08/29/2013 : 1:00:19 PM

active duty vets etc for this one. Have to sign up. I am a member some pretty good deals through this. I have used under armour once which was 15% off everything and free shipping, right now its 10% all the time

The program is for US active duty military, reserve, federal and local law enforcement, fire, EMS and those holding military retiree credentials. I am a DoD employee and it worked for me, I was also a vet but they dont seem to take it. Either way I have used them before. They do not have everything that has, but they have alot and the stuff is anywhere from 30-50% cheaper.

Some other stores to ask is Autozone, also check out Lowes and Home depot they should do 10% as well. Applebees usually does a a free meal on Vet day

Any other discounts please share, sometimes they are regional and or local, but its worth a try.

If you are a vet and never have, get your DD-214 find your nearest Va facility and ask about getting an ID card. The small local Va cant do it, so it will be your closest big clinic. You have nothing to lose, gets you into their system and provides ID for disounts and what not. Also while you are ask to be enrolled into the health care its free as well, and they cover many things for free. Also being enrolled with the Va could mean easier distro of death benefits if you were to die.
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andersk Posted - 02/11/2018 : 10:25:28 PM
Cabela's occasionally has sales for vets, and we can get things at employee prices ... good deal!
armilite Posted - 10/13/2017 : 06:58:43 AM
They even give me a discount at the drag strip.
nards444 Posted - 02/05/2015 : 11:55:09 AM
Originally posted by asop

Are these available to those that served in the reserves?

If your a veteran. Often times you have to show proof in way of ID or a DD214. But yes reserves count.

If you are veteran and havent taken the time to at least go down to the VA and get an ID card your doing yourself disfavor. Its pretty easy call your cloest Va and see if they do ID cards, once you find one that does, bring your DD214 down and get it done.
asop Posted - 01/29/2015 : 8:29:08 PM
Are these available to those that served in the reserves?
nards444 Posted - 01/27/2015 : 1:49:27 PM
Under Armour has a 10% off for vets
nards444 Posted - 01/29/2014 : 09:52:53 AM
Some others that I have come across is Toby Keiths does something as well as Texas roadhouse does something vet day.

If you got Branson Missouri lots of places do a discount.
nards444 Posted - 10/08/2013 : 09:47:15 AM
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