2015 Best List Of Senior Discounts

Our 2016 List of Senior Discounts has been published!

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*Please note: Most discounts are offered by franchise owners at the local level and these will vary from location to location.

We've had a great response to all of our senior discount lists published so far in 2015.  You'll see many of our discount lists noted in the upper menu bar (under “discounts”).  Now that we've reviewed all of the major categories, it's time to compile our master list of senior discounts for 2015.  Most of the service providers on this list have been vetted and updated, but we always rely on our Senior List Community to provide updates as changes occur.

Related: Tips for Getting the Best Senior Discounts

Be the first to hear about our 2016 Discount List by joining us on Facebook. One thing we know for sure is that our readers are always willing to help one-another out. That's the beauty of building an online community, and that's the reason we like to publish resources that require a watchful eye.  Please note that discount policies do change.  They change at the national level, and they change at the local level.  Sometimes they're published, and sometimes they're not.  Our best advice for discount shoppers is to ask ahead of time so there are no surprises.

2015 Biggest List Of Senior Discounts

This master list of senior discounts is meant to be a guide, and with your help we'll keep it updated throughout the year.  If you're looking for short versions or printable versions of the individual categories, just navigate to the category “header”, and it will link you to that specific discount list.  You can also click here for a complete printable list.  So without further ado, here we go!

Senior Discounts at Grocery Stores

Senior Discounts Grocery Stores
Albertsons: 10% off first Wednesday of each month ( 55 +)
American Discount Stores: 10% off every Monday (50 +)
Best Cellars 5% off Tuesday shopping order on purchases over $30 (55+)
Compare Foods Supermarket: 10% off every Wednesday (60+)
DeCicco Family Markets: 5% off every Wednesday (60+)
Fry’s Supermarket: free Fry’s VIP Club Membership & 10% off every Monday (55 +)
Great Valu Food Store: 5% off every Tuesday (60+)
Gristedes Supermarket: 10% off every Tuesday (60+)
Harris Teeter: 5% off every Tuesday Thursday (60+)
Hy-Vee: 5% off one day a week (date varies by location)
Kroger: 10% off 5% off as of May 2014 (Wednesdays only, 60+)
Morton Williams Supermarket: 5% off every Tuesday (60+)
Pathmark: 5% on Monday (60+)
The Plant Shed: 10% off every Tuesday (50 +)
Publix: 5% off every Wednesday only in Tennessee, North Carolina and the northern portions of Alabama, South Carolina and Georgia (55 + 60+)
Rogers Marketplace: 5% off every Thursday (60+)
SuperFresh: 5% off on Tuesdays on purchases over $30 (55+)
Uncle Guiseppe’s Marketplace: 5% off (62+ on Wednesdays)
Waldbaum's: 5% off Tuesdays on purchases over $30 (55+)

Senior Discounts On Prescriptions

senior discounts on prescriptions
AARP:  With the AARP Prescription Discount Card (provided by Catamaran), AARP members and their families can access an average savings of 38% off prescription drugs (regardless of age or health status).  Must be a member of AARP to access benefits.  AARP boasts acceptance by 64,000 pharmacies nationwide.

Rite Aid:  Sign up for the Rite Aid Rx Savings Program.  Save 15% or more on thousands of brand name and generic prescription drugs1 by signing up for the Rite Aid Rx Savings Program. When you sign up, you’ll receive Rx Savings Card that gives you access to special discounts at Rite Aid pharmacy.

CVS Pharmacy:  Enroll in the CVS Pharmacy Health Savings Pass program. It's easy and costs only $15 annually (per person). Whether you have limited prescription insurance or no coverage at all, you can sign up and start saving immediately.  This is not an insurance plan, it's a prescription savings program. Under this program you can also receive 10% off MinuteClinic services inside select CVS/pharmacy stores.

Walgreens Prescription Savings Club:  Another great option for folks without insurance coverage. Walgreens Prescription Savings Club members get special discounts off the cash price of thousands of brand-name and generic medications as well as other benefits when they use their Prescription Savings Club Card. Additionally, if you don't save at least the cost of your membership fee in one year, Walgreens will give you the difference.

Kmart:  The Prescription Savings Club at Kmart can be yours for a $10 enrollment fee.  You and the family are then covered  for certain generic drugs (starting at $5 for a 30-day supply and starting at $10 for a 90-day supply) * View Drug List.  In additional you'll receive savings on non-preferred generics up to 65%, as well as 20% off brand name medications.  20% savings on flu immunizations and 10% savings on all other immunizations (e.g. shingles, whooping cough, hepatitis A&B, etc.).  You can even get discounts on pet medications with a prescription from your vet.

Target:  The Target Prescription Savings Program entitles seniors (and others in the household) savings of 10-50% on prescription medications (off of retail). One membership works for everyone in your household, and you can use your card at any (Target) Pharmacy.  In addition if you sign up for Target's Pharmacy Rewards, and fill five eligible prescriptions, you'll get a certificate for 5% off a day of shopping.  (Hey, every penny counts!)

2016 List of Senior Discounts

Senior Discounts For Restaurant Dining

Senior Discounts on Restaurant Dining

Applebee’s: 10-15% off (varies by location) MAY require Golden Apple Card (60+)
Arby’s: 10% off – also reports of a free drink (55+) varies by location
A&W All American Food: 10% Senior discount varies by location
Backyard Burger: free drink with purchase
Ben & Jerry’s: 10% off for seniors (60+)
Bennigan’s: discount varies by location (60+)
Bob’s Big Boy: discount varies by location (60+)
Boston Market: 10% off (65+)
Burger King: 10% off (60+) plus additional discounts on coffee and soft drinks
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co: 10% off for AARP Members
Captain D's Seafood: “Happy Wednesday Offer” choice of 8 meals + drink for $4.99 or less- varies by loc. (62+)
Carrabba's Italian Grill: 20% off on Wednesdays to AARP Members
Carrows Restaurants: Golden 55 Menu offers discounted breakfast, lunch & dinner (55+)
Chili’s: Senior discount offers vary by location
CiCi’s Pizza: 10% off (60+)
Country Kitchen: Great Senior Menu (55+)
Culvers: 10% off senior discount (60+)
Dairy Queen: 10% off for seniors (15% for coaches) varies by location (free small drink at some locations)
Denny’s: Exclusive menu for guests over 55, 15% off for AARP members
Dunkin’ Donuts:  AARP members receive a free donut with the purchase of a large hot coffee (at participating restaurants)
Einstein’s Bagels: 10% off (60+)
El Pollo Loco: 10% off senior discounts varies by location (55+)
Fazoli's: Join “Club 62” for special senior menu items (62+)
Friendly's Restaurants: Breakfast discount varies by location (60+) Senior List readers to confirm
Fuddrucker’s: 10% off any senior platter (55+)
Gatti’s Pizza: 10% off (60+) Senior Discounts from The Senior List Be the first to hear about our 2016 Discount List by joining us on Facebook.

Golden Corral: 10% off (60+)
Hardee’s: $0.33 beverages everyday -also reports of 10% off (52+)
IHOP: Great discounts on senior menu items (55+)
Jack in the Box: up to 20% off (55+)
Kagle's Barbecue: 10% off (50+)
KFC: Free small drink with any meal (55+)
Krispy Kreme: 10% off (50+) (age and discount varies depending on location)
Long John Silver’s: Various discounts at locations (55+)
McDonald’s: discounts on coffee everyday (55+)
Mrs. Fields: 10% off at participating locations (60+)
Outback Steakhouse: 15% off AARP members for meals Monday through Thursday (alcohol excluded)
Old Country Buffet: Daily discounts for seniors (55+)
Papa John's: 25% off (55+) for online orders. Enter the code “AARP25” when placing your order
Perkins Restaurants: Fifty-Five Plus menu offers special deals (55+)
Ponderosa Steak Houses: Senior Discounts Vary- Senior menu available (60+)
Shoney’s of Knoxville: Join the Shoney’s “Golden Age Club” for 10% off (60+)
Sonic: 10% off or free beverage (60+) varies by location
Steak ‘n Shake: 10% off every Monday & Tuesday (50+)
Subway: 10% off (60+)
Sweet Tomatoes: 10% off (60+)
Taco Bell: 5% off; free beverages for seniors (65+)
TCBY: 10% off (55+)
Tea Room Cafe: 10% off for seniors (50+)
Traditions Restaurant (East TX): Senior platter meal for $4.71 (50+)
Uno Pizzaria & Grill: “Double Nickel Club” 25% off on Wednesday (55+)
Village Inn: 10% off (60+)
Waffle House: 10% off every Monday (60+)
Wendy’s: 10% off (55+) Senior age and special offer will vary depending on the restaurant location. Please ask the restaurant for details.
Whataburger: Free drink w/ purchase of a meal- varies by loc. (55+)
White Castle: 10% off (62+)

Senior Discounts on Retail & Apparel

Senior Discounts for Retail Stores

Banana Republic: 10% off (62+)
Bealls Outlet: 15% off with free Monday Club Card (Mondays 50+)
Belk’s: 15% off first Tuesday of every month (55+)
Bon-Ton Department Stores: 15% off on senior discount days (55+)
C.J. Banks: 10% off every Wednesday (60+)
Clarks: 10% off (62+)
Dress Barn: 10% off Tues and/or Wed (call ahead-varies by location 55+)

Goodwill: 10% off one day a week (date varies by location)
Hallmark: 10% off one day a week (date varies by location)
Kohl’s: 15% off on Wednesdays (55+)
Marshalls: 10% off on Tuesdays (varies by location) UNVERIFIED
Michael's: 10% off on Tuesdays (with AARP card)
Modell’s Sporting Goods: 10% off
Peebles: 20% off with 50+ card on Tuesdays (50+)
Rite Aid: 10% off on Tuesdays & 10% off prescriptions Ross Stores: 10% off every Tuesday (55+)
The Salvation Army Thrift Stores: Up to 50% off (55+)
SteinMart: 20% off red dot/clearance items first Monday of every month (55+)
TJ Maxx: 10% on Tuesdays (FLORIDA only at this time)
Walgreens: 20% off once a month (55+ and AARP) “Balance Rewards” Card required

Senior Discounts On Travel


senior discounts on airlines Airlines

American Airlines: Various discounts for 65 and up (call before booking for discount)
Continental Airlines: (Merged with United Airlines)
Southwest Airlines: Various discounts for ages 65 and up (call before booking for discount)
United Airlines: Various discounts for ages 65 and up (call before booking for discount)
U.S. Airways: Various discounts for ages 65 and up (call before booking for discount)

Car Rental

Alamo Car Rental: Up to 25% off for AARP members
Avis: Up to 25% off for AARP members
Budget Rental Cars: 10% off; up to 20% off for AARP members (50+)
Dollar Rent-A-Car: 10% off (50+)
Enterprise Rent-A-Car: 5% off for AARP members
Hertz: Up to 25% off for AARP members
National Rent-A-Car: Up to 30% off for AARP members

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Best Western: 10% or more for AARP or senior guests (55+)
Candlewood Suites:  Discounts vary (62+)
Crown Plaza:  Discounts vary (62+)
Days Inn:  Discounts vary (60+)
Holiday Inn:  Discounts vary (62+)
Howard Johnson Hotels:  Discounts off best available rate (60+)
Hyatt:  Up to 50% off (62+)
Knights Inn:  Up to 10% off (60+)

La Quinta Inns:  Discounts vary (65+)
Marriott:  15% off (62+)
Motel 6:  10% off (60+)
Super 8:  Seniors save 10% off (up to 20% with AARP card)
Travelodge:  Discounts vary (60+)
Wyndham Hotels:  Up to 20% with AARP card

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  1. Is it too late to find this useful list? Please keep update, it would be great value for our members. By the way, our members are mainly over the age of 50.
  2. Target no longer has their own pharmacy. It is now owned and run by CVS. I don’t know if they have a senior discount.
    1. Hi Beth, We had a technical issue with the print option. Our IT folks are working on it. Hang in there with us – We’ll have it fixed asap 🙂

    2. Beth – You should see the print option now! We also have a printable list of our 2016 (updated) discount list located in our COMMUNITY AREA. This area does require users to sign-up but there are a lot of printables, etc.

  3. Always ASK b4 buying. I ask about sr. citizen discount?or Military discount. Many stores give it but don’t advertise it. When RENTING a CAR (on vacation) USE a major credit card. Last year in Jamaica I used my discover card for the auto rental & GOT FREE INSURANCE (FULL COVERAGE) paid for by Discover Card. I called them b4 making my reservation & they confirmed they pay for it. Sure enough, they did & I was never aware of this large $$$ saver! Using my AARP card, I got 25% OFF my room rate at a full service RESORT that amounted to over $1,500.00 & yearly fee is $16. I saved BIG time!! You MUST ASK when making plans. Good luck to all.
  4. At Applebees, there is still a discount. There is no physical card, you just ask for the senior discount or “Golden Apple”. I just called my local Applebees, and they verified this.
  5. We offer a 15% discount on all meals sent to seniors. With an average meal cost of only $7.25 BEFORE the discount means that most seniors can get our meals at under $6.25 per meals or less expensive than most fast food. Just visit an be sure to register on the site with your over 60 year age to receive the discount automatically. Our service is great for seniors who can’t regularly cook for themselves or get to the grocery store. You can place orders online, over the phone or via email—convenient for you if your close or far away from your elderly parents. We delivery throughout the US east of the Rockies.
  6. This site is a great discovery, I will start a list of these good suggestions. My problem is in finding a home. I am a 70 yr. old single homeless teacher. I never expected to be in this position in my life. I live near Portland, Oregon and this state has stopped helping anyone for anything. very sad for Oregonians.
  7. I was surprised to see my comment was not accepted. I came across your site researching discounts and noticed you were not up to date. I didn’t mean to step on your toes, I was trying to be helpful.
    1. Hi Ron -Unfortunately we have a limit to the number of characters that our comment system will accept. Yours was quite extensive (which isn’t a bad thing at all). We’re looking for a solution. Our site is built for community involvement so we appreciate your input very much! Come back often!!!

  8. I thought I’d pass on some discounts the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens is offering during the month of February: • All month, seniors (age 65 and above) get 2 for 1 admission • FREE admission for all seniors on Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14th • FREE admission for all seniors on February 27th for Polar Bear Day to celebrate our own geriatric polar bear, Uulu
      1. Hi Debbie, I haven’t run across any, however, it never hurts to ask! I know that many mattress stores will price match, so if you can find one that will provide a discount, you have leverage at competing stores. Hope that helps! Best, Amie

  9. Individual Agway Stores offer 10% senior discounts on different days. See your local Agway store for the discount day..
  10. As of October of 2015 the discounts for all Pathmarks and Waldbaums Supermarkets are no longer in effect because both stores have gone out of business.
    1. That’s right Christine! How come Shoprite and Stop n Shop don’t have these deals????? All stores and chain stores should give Senior Discounts. This is HOW you keep customers not drive them away.
  11. I have shopped the senior discount at Kroger’s in multiple states and have never received more than 5%. Every list I’ve seen always posts a 10% discount.
    1. Great catch Mariliyn – Kroger’s senior discount had been 10%, but it was cut in half in May of 2014. We’ll amend out list to reflect that change. See below for the Press Release (courtesy of WKYT):

      From WKYT:

      LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) – Beginning May 15, Kroger will change up its 10-percent discount program for seniors by cutting the discount in half and increasing the number of days its available.

      The grocery chain’s new weekly five percent discounts that begin Thursday, May 15, will replace the one 10-percent discount that has been offered on the first Wednesday of each month.

      Wednesday, May 7, will be the final 10-percent senior discount day.

      “We’re excited about this change because it addresses the primary requests we have heard from this highly valued group of shoppers,” said Tim McGurk, Kroger’s spokesperson.

      The change will impact Kroger stores in the Lexington metro area, southern Kentucky and the Louisville area.

      “With our sale prices beginning on Wednesdays, seniors will now be able to review Kroger’s sale flyer and plan their shopping trips in advance much easier than they can currently. The other big advantage for our senior customers is that they can receive discounts throughout the month. They have expressed that having only one discount per month didn’t work well for their fresh product purchases like breads, fruits, vegetables and meat. Ultimately the new discount is designed to be more convenient for our senior customers and enhance their shopping experience,” added McGurk.

      Kroger customers age 60 and up are eligible for the senior discount. The discounts are available on all food and non-food purchases, while prescriptions, gasoline, gift cards, alcohol and tobacco are excluded.

  12. Wendy’s does not give a senior discount. They give you a senior drink. I go there with 8 to 11 grandchildren and the only thing is the drink.
  13. Under Travel, you don’t mention the great discounts many cities, and countries, give for seniors on public transportation. DC is an example–a Senior Smart Trip card is about half the price, and it works on buses and Metro trains, including trips to the airport And on AMTRAK–the discount on regular train fare is 15%
      1. I have found that most employees at some of these companies are not TRAINED properly so they do not have knowledge of these discounts because they are not told about them. Just a word to the wise, “ask for a manager”.
  14. Hi Amie, Great list! Auto Europe has recently introduced a 5% discount on car rentals in Europe for seniors over 60 and AARP members. We would appreciate it if you added this discount to your list. You can find more information on the discount and our services at our website. Thank you!
  15. I visited the local K-Mart and asked for the 20% discount that showed on my list and they told me that they don’t give the discount and never had. Do just some of the locations give discounts and others don’t? I would really like to know
    1. Hi Shirley – Kmart is not on our 2015 list of retail stores offering senior discounts. At one point they were, but I believe we took them off a year or 2 ago. They do have a prescription drug offering that looks like it has some value though. It is true that at times local outlets (stores, restaurants, etc.) have the ability to offer the discounts or decline to offer them based on each individual local market.

  16. Hi Amie, At Pizza Mizza, we recently added Golden Mondays*, a signature discount program for our neighbors and patrons of age 65 and over. I would really appreciate you adding it to your list. Pizza Mizza 17944 Ventura Blvd Encino, CA 91316 (818) 654-6903 (818) 654-6905 Pizza Mizza, a vegetarian and kosher pizzeria offers diners a cozy and intimate atmosphere, an alternative to the franchise feel. Highly skilled chefs of Pizza Mizza have provided its customers and clients with the greatest quality of ingredients and mouthwatering gastronomic affairs over the years. Additional to the storefront, Pizza Mizza creates an authentic culinary experience for those who prefer onsite catering with its wood-fired ovens. *The discount program is valid every Monday, except on Holidays, to patrons with valid forms of identification of age 65 and over. We reserve the right to change or discontinue any prices or programs at any time.
      1. Hi Amie, My apologies for the late reply. I wasn’t notified about your comment. The discount is 10% for those who are interested and is only valid on Mondays. Hope this helps. Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions. Best!
  17. We want to share with listings like yours know of our Senior Discount Days Mon-Thursday where seniors 50+ receive 20% off there meal. Downtown Lexington KY is full of things to do and we encourage families to come out and enjoy affordable and delicious food! Please Share! ~Natasha’s Bistro
  18. Fred Meyer has senior discount (55+) 10% first Tuesday of every month plus 2 bonus Tuesdays, one in Nov (17) and one in Dec (15) this year.
  19. hi i just wanted to let you know that Salvation Army does not have a senior discount!!!! Our 50% discount is for everyone who comes though the door!!
  20. Great List and Thanks for Sharing! OTL – The Comp Ticket Underground Welcomes Senior Citizens: OTL the Comp Ticket Underground… similar to a “Netflix-type” Subscription, but for Live Events (aka theatre, comedy, music, lectures, sports & more). An ideal service for seniors,, OTL provides Free Tickets to Ticketed Events so, for the very low $6.50/month Membership dues (Special Senior sale available through July 31st). OTL cities include: Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Nashville, Orlando, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, South Florida and Tampa Bay.
      1. I have asked at Burger King & Subway. Burger King only offered fre coffee. Subway said they don’t give a senior discoun
    1. Why should an older person be forced to join a liberal organization like AARP in order to get a discount? I have noticed that several hotels and most car rental agencies require membership in this leftist organization. I belong to AMAC a conservative over 50 group. These hotels and car agencies should honor my AMAC card just the same as the leftist AARP card.
      1. Because conservatives (Republicans) only care about the wealthy. Maybe you should reconsider your view on this “leftist” organization as you call it. Ha!
      2. This is a good point, why should I be first to join an organization that cost me money to get a senior discount. It’s really an AARP discount.
      3. if your dumb enough to join the conservative club, then why complain when the liberal club is better…it’s not like the liberal club has a rule that prevents you from being a member…it’s just typical of a rightie to complain about something after they do something that is wrong….LOL
      4. I don’t like being forced to join AARP to get a senior discount. It seems like discrimination against those who do not join. I would much rather be a member of NRA.
        1. You are not forced to join them. If you want the service provided by AARP, you must join. There are many outlets that give you a discount if you use them, say AAA is one. Sometimes I wonder how some people carry around that big ole it’s all about me sign.
        2. For all of you young folks over the age of 50’s and 60’s (LOL) I have been digging up discounts for YEARS, but never really put them into or onto a list (brain power). When ever I get the urge to seek a discount, I now either come here with my laptop or my cellphone to check it out, in advance. Because I am also a disabled vet, in the past I was used to being put-down for discounts, and actually felt shame in asking. NOT ANY MORE — I VOTE WITH MY FEET (YES, I AM SCREAMING, NOW) — AND, I LET THEM KNOW THAT THE FOLKS NEXT DOOR OR ACROSS THE STREET GIVE A DISCOUNT! I also let them know that a senior-discount is what it is and that a loyal-card is a freebie or reduction in cost for my LOYALTY. At AutoZone, I have used both my veteran discount and loyalty cards for purchases (yes, I know this is aa senior site, not a veteran site) but, I want everyone to understand the “concept” of discounts and loyalty cards. Remember, as another example, Kroger has a loyalty card AND the senior discount. SO ASK FOR BOTH! Be nice when you ask, don’t make demands, and if they shoot you down, ask for a manager, and then if they shoot you down, come here and advertise it! As an elderly person and a senior, we do not have PAC’s (political action committees), we just have ourselves. I have no shame with telling people that I just had my social security reduced to about $900 a month, and if I can’t get a discount here, I’ll go somewhere else. I PUT THE SHAME ON THEN! Then, depending on how pleasurable the experience, I make my own decision whether to return or not! Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, folks. PS-The Kroger Deli will cook you a holiday meal and you can get a $5.00 discount coupon for it, and use your loyalty card and buy it on a Wednesday! Go to their web-site for the store you use. Chow (waving my hand, LOL) .
      5. AMAC has a list of auto discounts as well as other discounts. Maybe not as extensive as AARP but I don’t like their politics bent. So I am not a member but I am a member of AMAC.
      6. Maybe because they don’t want sore-heads and crack pots in their establishments. You can still buy your Moon Pies and Twinkies cheap, and you can watch Faux “News” for free are one star hotels.
      7. Just looked at the site for AMAC and they charge $16 for 1 year, $42 for 3 years and $59 for 5 years so what is free about that?
        1. AARP charges $16 per year as well. However, I don’t see an option for the 3 year or 5 year discounted membership that is offered by AMAC. (AMAC – Association of Mature American Citizens). AMAC does offer many discounts and benefits. Check out their website: Have a great day everyone!
      8. Why get political..Liberals are the ones that will bring on a clean future with better ideas for America while conservatives will destroy this planet,have young kids killed in stupid wars.You are the party of old.The future belongs to the liberal young.So say good by cruel world your a looser.Quit politicizing everything
        1. You ask “Why get political”, as you proceed to get political. LMAO What did you do while your friends were in school Eugene? good by? Did you mean goodbye? your? did you mean you’re? Looser? Did you mean Loser? I understand why you want to jump on the “take care of me” bandwagon.
        2. I think liberals should get discounts just for being liberals. In general we recycle, we don’t like war, we drive those little cars, some of us are vegetarian (which is good for the environment), and we vote for representatives who put people ahead of corporate profits. If someone can get a bonus for serving in the military then I should get a discount for my efforts to green the planet and protect national security by bicycling, putting my butt out there with the texting teens and the stressed-out soccer moms. In case you can’t connect the dots, fossil fuels support some foreign regimes whose agenda is not in our (America’s) best interest. Full disclosure – I don’t do it primarily for the planet, I bike because I’m cheap. Isn’t that what this site is about? The discount thing still stands, however.
  21. thanks so much for this very informative list. I am going to start using all of this info and start saving more money.
  22. Bealls in Florida (not Bealls Outlet) gives 15% off on Tuesdays for 55+ (it might be 50+ I’m not sure having passed that mark some time ago!!!)
  23. Since most of these discounts are age dependent, it seems it would make sense to group them by age. Discounts for 50 +, Discounts for 55+, Discounts for 60+ ,etc.
    1. I think it would be good to group them by amount of the offered discount, e.g., what businesses offer a 50% discount, 25%, 15%, 10, etc.
        1. I say, keep the list alphabetical. If I have to check five sections for a discount, I will miss what I am looking for. I also use my “map” function with local-help so I can quickly locate the distance and area of an establishment I want to go to. Thank you for putting and maintaining this list on-line!
  24. I do know that Publix in S. C. & in GA. do have some prescriptions for FREE!! My husband was paying $8 per month at V. A. for Lisinopril 5mg. FREE at Publix!! Other states may also do this!
      1. Our Publix pharmacies here in Florida offer free prescriptions as well. In New England Hannaford Pharmacies and some others have a list of generic drugs that are free.
  25. We use the Sr Discounts from Southwest Air and Wyndham Hotels all the time; it is breaking news to find out the savings available for ARP members when renting automobiles. Thanks so much!
    1. What age do you have to be for the Southwest discount and how much is the discount. I am 56 and at the cusp of some senior discounts.
      1. Hi Rebecca, Here’s what Southwest Airlines says about their senior fares:

        Travelers 65 years of age or over may get details on fares, limitations, and any restrictions regarding reservations on from a Southwest Airlines Customer Representative or a travel agent. Fares are subject to change until tickets are purchased, but Senior Fares are fully refundable. Please see details below for tips on how to make your travel experience on Southwest Airlines even easier.

        Making Reservations
        Reservations for Senior Fares are now available online for both domestic and international flights. You may also make reservations by contacting a Southwest Airlines Customer Representative or your local travel agent.

  26. I have great tip to save on medications . Get them online at InternationalDrugMart and save. Best way to save on generic medications
  27. Just FYI – it appears that Publix does not offer a senior discount to those seniors living in Florida. You might want to note that exception. Also the word you used, “adieu” means good bye and I think you really meant to say, “ado”. Nice list though.
    1. Thanks for both tips Mikki – great catch on adieu vs ado 🙂 We’ve made the appropriate edit! All the best, A

  28. Harris Teeter senior discount has been on Thursday (not Tuesday) for at least a couple of years. They changed so seniors could find items in stock since the new specials start on Wednesday. The Target Pharmacy Rewards program does not apply if you are getting your prescriptions paid through Medicare or any other government program. I discovered this after filling numerous prescriptions and not receiving the 5% discount coupon. One way to save is get a Target Red Card which takes the money out of your bank account and gives you 5% off every time you use it. If you normally pay for your Target shopping with a check or cash this is an great way to save.
    1. Do you know how to go about getting a discount for license plate stickers? Do I go directly to the secretary of state motor vehicle dept or to another local office?
  29. Great list Amie. I had an older one from another website, but I’ll definitely share this updated on on my on my social pages.
  30. I got a discount for “ABBA the concert” at Macomb Center for the performing arts. It’s a theater in Michigan at a college campus. The thing is, I ordered over the phone. So if a college in your area has a theater, ask. This one is for anyone 55 or older.
  31. Sorry you got so many mean replies, yikes! You should write the companies you like and ask them to also accept membership in your organization or to also give the discount to people over a certain age. Also, while you are at a place that offers an AARP discount, you could also try negotiating a discount for yourself in person.

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