Military Discounts - Page 6

April 20th, 2010  
at mcdonalds right now all men and women that come in wearing a military uniform get a 15% discount
May 4th, 2010  
sonic's(the resturaunt) gives a military discount but it's not at places near military bases though.
May 7th, 2010  
I cant name my website but if they allow me to I own a website we sell Ammo, Tactical Gear Reloading supplies, Backpacks aniper gear you name it and My wife is in iraq so i hook them up over there with some cool stuff for there M4's some cool gear and I offer a 10% discount on everything I sell and everytime you make a purchase. we also sell Knives you name it. If your interested just email me

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June 19th, 2010  
Intelligent Armour in the UK offer a 10% Police and forces discount; they are not bad either; good service and a good range of products/prices etc.

worth a look -
April 11th, 2011  
Team Infidel

You must have a US Military email address to register. I went and saw an MLS game using this service. Great organization.
June 14th, 2011  

Topic: Daily Deals Exclusively for the Military Community

Every day, TroopSwap (a daily military discount site) features a different cool business in your community offering an exclusive deal to veterans, service members and their immediate families. Our local employees are all military spouses and we give 10% of our profits to the Wounded Warrior Project. Our goal is to reward a life of service. Through TroopSwap, you can save 50% on deals from participating merchants.

Currently, TroopSwap is only available in Hampton Roads, Virginia the largest military community in the world -- but we will expand to more bases in the near future.
July 13th, 2011  
I own a site that as a comprehensive list of military discounts. Please take a look and let me know what you think.
January 31st, 2012  
My mother works at an art museum in Honolulu, Hawaii (The Honolulu Academy of Arts). The first sunday of every month is free to all military personell and their families.
April 9th, 2013  

Topic: Ask Everywhere!

I ask everywhere and most places will give some sort of discount. I'm a veteran and I still get discounts at just about everywhere I shop. I've saved HUNDREDS if not thousands at Home Depot. Shoe stores all generally give 20% off as well. I am a distance runner, so 20% off my shoes is a big thing. Just ask, the worst thing that will happen is they can say no.