2021 List of Senior Discounts On Restaurants

The demand for senior discounts continues to grow as boomers and seniors alike are feeling the pinch of increased prices. This list of senior discounts on restaurants is dependent on you, our Community Members!

The biggest list of senior discounts for restaurants on the web.

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We reached out to all of the national chains, but some chose not to reply. Many of the discounts noted below are offered by franchise owners in local markets. As such, the senior discounts can vary and change without notice.

2021 List of Senior Discounts Restaurants

Applebee’s Senior Discount: 10-15% off (varies by location) MAY require Golden Apple Card (60+) verified
Arby’s Senior Discount: 10% off – Also reports of a free drink (55+) varies by location
A&W Senior Discount All American Food: 10% Senior discount varies by location verified
Backyard Burger: Free drink with purchase
Bennigan’s Senior Discount: Discount varies by location (60+)
Bob’s Big Boy: Discount varies by location (60+)
Bonefish Grill Senior Discount: AARP members 10% off verified
Boston Market Senior Discounts: Discount varies by location (65+)
Burger King Senior Discount: 10% off (60+) plus additional discounts on coffee and soft drinks
Bubba Gump Shrimp Company: 10% off for AARP Members, 10% military discount verified
Captain D’s Seafood: “Happy Wednesday Offer” Choice of 8 meals + drink for $4.99 or less- varies by loc. (62+) verified
Carrabba’s Italian Grill: 10% off entire meal for AARP Members- not valid at Kirby and Woodway locations in Houston, TX verified
Carrows Restaurants: Golden 55 Menu: Offers discounted breakfast, lunch & dinner (55+) verified
Chart House: 10% off for AARP members only verified
Chick-fil-A Senior Discounts: Chick-fil-A offers a free refillable senior drink, not including coffee. – Varies by location.
Chili’s Restaurants Senior Discounts: Chili’s offers a 10% senior discount (55+) verified
CiCi’s Pizza: From website “Many of our stores do offer (senior) discounts” varies by location verified
Claim Jumper: 10% off for AARP members verified
Corky’s Homestyle Kitchen & Bakery: Offers special senior menu AND a Senior’s Frequent Diner Card (buy 9 get 1 free) (55+) verified
Country Kitchen: Great Senior Menu (55+) verified
Culvers Corner: 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: Senior discount varies by location, 15% off for AARP members verified
Dunkin’ Donuts Senior Discount:  AARP members receive a free donut with the purchase of a large or XL beverage (at participating restaurants) verified

Einstein’s Bagels: 10% off (60+)
El Pollo Loco: 10% senior discount (60+), 15% military discount verified

Fazoli’s: Join “Club 62” for special senior menu items (62+) verified
Friendly’s Restaurants: 10% off meal w/ free coffee at breakfast or free small sundae during non-breakfast hours verified
Fuddrucker’s Senior Discounts: 10% off any senior platter (55+)
Gatti’s Pizza: 10% off (60+)

Golden Corral: Senior discount varies by location verified
Hardee’s: $0.33 beverages everyday -also reports of 10% off (52+)
IHOP: Great discounts on senior menu items (55+) verified
Jack in the Box: up to 20% off (55+)
KFC: Free small drink with any meal (55+)
Krispy Kreme Senior Discount: 10% off (50+) (age and discount varies depending on location). Free donut with the purchase of coffee Feb 6-28, 2017 verified view details
Landry’s Seafood Senior Discounts: 10% off for AARP members (50+) verified
Long John Silver’s: Various discounts at locations (55+)
McCormick & Schmick’s: 10% savings on food and beverages (excluding alcohol) for AARP members (50+) verified
McDonald’s: Discounts on coffee everyday (55+)
Mrs. Fields: 10% off at participating locations (60+)
The Oceanaire Seafood Room:  AARP members receive 10% off of food and non-alcoholic beverages (every day). verified
Outback Steakhouse: 10% off AARP members for meals (alcohol excluded) verified
Old Country Buffet: Daily discounts for seniors (55+) verified
Papa John’s Senior Discount: Papa John’s says to check with your local stores (meaning no standard senior discount policy). Try coupon codes GET40 or 25OFF.  AMAC members receive 25% off, enter code “25SAVE” verified
Perkins Senior Discount: Fifty-Five Plus menu Offers special deals (55+) verified
Polo Tropical: 10% off (50+)
Ponderosa Steak Houses: Senior Discounts Vary- Senior menu available (60+)
Rainforest Cafe: 10% off for AARP members (50+) verified
Richie Roman’s Barbecue: 10% off (52+)
SaltGrass Senior Discounts: Save 10% for AARP members (50+) verified
Shoney’s of Knoxville: Join the Shoney’s “Golden Age Club” for 10% off (60+) verified
Sizzler: Offers “Honored Guest Menu” (60+) varies by location verified
Sonic: 10% off or free beverage (60+) varies by location
Subway: 10% off (60+) varies by location verified
Taco Bell: 5% off; free beverages for seniors (65+)
TCBY: 10% off (55+)
Tea Room Cafe: 10% off for seniors (50+)
The Old Spaghetti Factory: Spaghetti Factory “Senior Menu” offers a discounted list of menu items verified
Traditions Restaurant (East TX): Senior platter meal for $4.71 (50+) verified
Uno Pizzaria & Grill: “Double Nickel Club” 25% off on Wednesday (55+) verified
Village Inn: 10% off (60+)
Waffle House Senior Discounts: 10% off every Monday (60+)
Wendy’s Senior Discount: Senior age and the special offer will vary depending on the restaurant location. Please ask the restaurant for details. verified
Whataburger: Free drink w/ purchase of a meal- varies by loc. (55+)
White Castle: 10% off (62+)

We’ll continue to update this list with your help (use the comments area)!  If you have verified discounts to add, we’ll do that real-time together 🙂  Remember most of the discounts are offered at the local level, so keep that in mind as a general rule.  Some franchises will offer them… Some won’t.  It never hurts to ask!

Written By
Chris Clark

For over a decade, Chris has been writing about senior discounts and deals. He finds the hunt for discounts rewarding because it allows him to take care of older adults by offering them senior-specific pricing. As the son of two social workers, Chris has spent his whole life advocating for the betterment of others. When he isn’t researching senior discounts, Chris enjoys fishing, spending time with his sons, and rooting for his favorite team, the Portland Trail Blazers. Learn more about Chris here


  1. Always go to my favorite fast food restaurant Taco Bell for lunch and for the first time I was charged 75 cents for my senior drink when they used to be free.
    1. I have a friend that is manager of Taco Bell and she apologizes for this. 55 year olds and older get a free senior drink plus a 15% discount off their food.
  2. Penn Station also offers a senior discount. I believe it is 10% over 60. When you are buying multiple sandwiches for the family, that discount really adds up!
  3. I got a senior discount without asking at Yoshinoya in Culver City, Calif. in Jan. 2020. Still don’t know what the actual policy is.
  4. Taco Bell stopped giving discounts to seniors. when I ordered they said they do not offer any senior discounts anymore. what a bummer. kinda not want to go there anymore sad
  5. These places offer senior discounts in the DFW area as of August 2019 (NOTE: you have to ASK for it; it is not advertised or listed. As a further comment, I ALWAYS ask if there is a senior discount at any “fast food” place I go to. For one reason, there is some variability among franchises, so while one may not, another may. Doesn’t hurt to ask. Secondarily, some that don’t have formal discounts will just give you one if you ask. I never turn them down!) Taco Bueno Chicken Express Raising Canes Chicken Boston Market I have found that most of the national chains (McDonalds, Wendys, Scholotzkys, etc.) that do not offer formal senior discounts DO have apps (for your mobile phone) that list daily specials equal to or greater than most senior specials (10% normally) anyhow. And on many of those apps, your purchases are tracked and you get bonus meals after so many purchases have been made. Remember – never forget to ask for a senior discount. Never hurts and frequently works out to your benefit.
      1. Wendy’s here stopped all discounts, including senior and military. As they informed me of the new policy I noticed they were wearing cammo shirts saying “We Support the Military”. Yeah, right…. (I suspect each franchise sets its own policy.)
    1. All restaurants should participate in senior citizens discounts. So disturbing how these multi billion dollar companies treat their seniors in America. Caviar and Champagne anyone[
  6. As an AARP member, I’m grateful that they advocate for seniors (the rich and the poor). I do care about my fellow man and I hope that when I meet my maker He will be pleased. When did we become a nation of “survival of the fittest” or for some of you “survival of the most worthy”?
    1. McDonald’s was clueless about a discount. These places discount I think by individuals owners I always ask first.and it seems like the age is getting higher and higher 50 the age! Its not even worth the trouble!
  7. McDonald’s offers a senior discount on soft drinks too. Just ask for a senior Coke. My McDonalds gives a small for .35
    1. So used to sr discounts in CA. Moved to Indiana and got attitude when I asked if had any sr discounts. Felt like ‘so die already, who needs ya.’ So sad. Boy am I in a grumpy mood today. ??✌??‍♀️
  8. I wish the places which give AARP members a discount would also give AMAC members the same. I don’t want to join AARP because of their support of the (un)”Affordable Care Act”.
        1. For the country to survive, the people need to survive. Survival of human beings requires health care they can afford.
          1. Your only entitled to what you can afford, not my responsibility to provide for anyone but me and my family
          2. When those who do not have healthcare, those with healthcare end up paying for their health care. Someone has to pay for it and I don’t want to just cause I have healthcare. The best and least expensive insurance I ever have had was with the affordable Care act.. I have had insurance all 64 years of my life
    1. Yes, I agree Dr. Andy! I’m not going to support AARP to get the discounts offered. AMAC members should also be provided discounts.
    2. Wow. Dueling org identities because actual ‘advocacy’ (AARP) is somehow evil. My father used to give a prudent caution: “No organIzation actually represents what they say they do.”
    3. I was never able to afford insurance until the Affordable Care Act. I was thrilled to be able to have insurance as I had alot of health issues at age 62. It may not work for all, but it sure helped me.
      1. My private insurance tripled after ObamaCare to pay for all of the subsidies. I’m a single woman who is self-employed and had to pay for individual insurance. It was an inexpensive crisis insurance plan before ACA.
  9. At my Sonic in West Monroe Louisiana I went in for a small soda and the lady asked if I would rather have a large for 99 cents plus tax. I did not know anything about senior discounts but I go to Sonic ALL the time I need a soda when I’m wheeling around with my Jazzy. Learned to ask about senior discounts as well.
  10. Zaxby’s offers a senior discount everyday. Sometimes I have to ask and sometimes not. They are very cooperative and friendly. I highly recommend them. God food.
  11. No senior discounts at KFC in Utah-won’t be hard to give that one up. Wendy’s always gives free “Senior Drinks”.
    1. I like Wendy’s and each location can be unique. I have had them give me free drink, OR discount OR free chili depending on locales.
    2. Subway is one of the stingiest restaurants I’ve ever seen. If they give you a discount it’s on ONE item and it’s the cheapest item you purchased. So if you spend $50 and bought a 50 cent cookie. Guess you know which one you get a discount on
  12. I just found out about the McDonalds Coffee senior discount this morning when an elderly man went up to the counter with a huge, silver thermos and asked for a refill and she charged him only .70 cents. After he left, I asked if they offered a senior discount and she said “yes” and that is was only .70 cents for a large coffee. I have been a senior for almost 2 years and have been paying 30% more than I had to for their coffee and I drink it almost every day! I love McDonalds coffee even more now!
      1. Or 59 cent senior with free refills. If dining in I use the SENIOR COFFEE 59cents cuz I can repeatedly refill but if driving through I get the Large for $1
    1. McDonalds always has fresh coffee. When traveling I look for them. I love coffee. At home I make cold brewed coffee every day. Didn’t know about discount. Turned 80 y.o. yesterday. Thanks. Whataburger has good coffee and French Vanilla Creamer. They are good too.
  13. Our local Toledo, Ohio Taco Bell locations no longer honor ANY senior discounts of any kind, so you should specify that this list applies only to certain locations, cities …
  14. There are two Dunkin Donuts locations in Charlestown, MA. The one in the Bunker Hill Mall offers a 10% senior discount while the one on 1st Ave. offers a 5% senior discount.
    1. Boycott them folks. No respect for the knowledgeable elders any more! What are these nitwits going to do when all the people that know stuff are gone!
  15. Denny’s has a great Senior Value Breakfast for $4.00. Two eggs, two sausage or slices of bacon and two huge pancakes. Works for me every time. I live in Texas, so I am not sure if it is a nationwide offer.
  16. I just called Subway Sandwich Customer Service. I did not even know there is a 10% discount. I had a “spirited discussion” with the customer service rep saying. If someone is a regular (and is friendly with the owner) at a particular Subway and is clearly or probably a senior over 60 years old, it wouldn’t be a bad idea (or it would be great customer service) if the owner pulled the senior aside and said “Hey we give a 10% discount–can I see your license to verify” and at least in the future give the discount especially if the owner is around. The corporate customer service rep said that they don’t want to have the 10% discount abused so they NEVER SAY ANYTHING or publicize it. Subway has lost a point in my book although I understand their point of view. AND yes, the onus is on me to ask too. Next time I will.
    1. How many old people stop there. Give me a break. 10 or 20 a day and they cant let you know of a lousey 10% off. Lost another point subway…
      1. Discounts are not entitlements. You should just get in the habit of asking rather than expecting a business to inform you. That way if they do offer a senior discount you’ll be in on the secret that other seniors aren’t.
      2. Quite Frankly, I would be insulted if some-one at any eating place asked me if I were a senior citizen, and I am. But think about the fact that some younger people look old. They are not obligated to ask anyone about their age If you want the discount, ask for it.
    2. Very rude Manners??!!!! Personally, I think transparency becomes ALL establishmens that serve the public. If you have a discount policy, then inform your customers or get out of Dodge…to hide a public discount policy is deceptive at the very least and brazenly disrespectful … a slap in the face …
    3. Big “No Senior discounts” at any Bay Area Ca Subway. I guess they can’t afford to with the taxes they have to dish out. Liberals in charge have closed down so many businesses here. Denny’s and Arby’s and Golden Coral and tins more are no where to be found anymore.
    4. I was the Store Manager of a Subway for many years. All Subways are individually owned. I had the authority to discount anything 10%. If any customer asked for a discount and mentioned any legitimate reputable organization or senior age. I hit the 10% off key. Literally the thought was, this customer now has at the forefront of their mind “Hey, let’s go to Subway. I get 10% off there”. All they had to do was ask.
    1. Taco Bell in Tucson on Wetmore will not give Senior’s any discount. Was told it was individually owned and doesn’t participate in the offer.
  17. Awesome. The places I’ve worked all required proof of club member discounts though. I am about to turn 55 and get AARP AND some discounts. Excited. Thanks for your advice.
  18. In response to CharlieB, I have been an AARP Member for 13 years, and have never been asked to show it. Even at Dunkin Donuts all over the US. I just ask for a Senior Discount every place I visit. Be it a restaurant, (Local or Chain) Department and Clothing stores, Big Box or tiny home town stores. All across the country, From to California, Key West to Nova Scotia, CA and I have never been asked for My AARP card or anything proving I am over 50. Same with AAA, When the check (restraint. Fast food or The Ritz) I ask when the bill comes, for a senior discount. No one ever asks for proof or the above mentioned. When I turned 50, I did not ask if I did not see a sign. Then a friend said to a server when the check came “SENIOR DISCOUNT?* pow!! 15 percent off a $200.00 dollar meal. $30.00 back in my pocket. It took a while to get in to the habit of asking. But it is well worth it. Having AAA or AARP gives you a few extra bonus things. You could live without them, But I like the AARP Magazine and some special deals online. AAA is very expansive, but I like the piece of mind. I have used it many times, while traveling in the car and motorcycle. If you are on a budget, then AARP is a better choice. But not always necessary. Get in the habit of asking everyplace you Dine, Shop or stay, Every hotel chain offers a senior discount. Write down how much you saved in one month, 3 months and one year. If you do coffee once a week at DD you get a free donut, My wife and I ate at a local high-end restaurant, Our check was $82.50 (without drinks or tax) I asked if they offer a senior discount and they took 20 percent off. $16.50 (We gave it to our amazing server plus another $16.50. Places you might not think to ask. Oil change and auto repair chains, Department stores, Amusement parks, Tourist places, gift shops LOVE giving 10 to 20 percent. Just ask. Enjoy!!
    1. Thank you for the great insights and advice. But thank you MOST OF ALL for giving your server the discount amount plus the 20% tip based on the full price. That story of generosity makes my day!
  19. It’s really a shame that so many restaurants think they are doing seniors a favor by requiring them to belong to AARP to get the discount. If they think you really should pay dues to a political organization to get the discount, they should at least include AMAC to show they are balanced. And thank you Papa John’s for being the only restaurant that shows a discount for AMAC members. I’ll be getting my next pizza from you.
    1. I totally agree Pay them for senior discounts well ever think that some seniors can’t afford it since Medicare is such a joke.
        1. Good grief. Even being old is political these days. AARP/AMAC….don’t care. Just protect seniors from the craziness of DC.
      1. Association of Mature American Citizens. They publish a magazine, on-line newsletters, offer travel insurance similar to AAA, offer other discounts. One year is $16 with discounts for multiple years. We have been very happy with AMAC.
  20. Sweet Tomaties has a sweet discount Mon- Thurs here in the CA Bay Area. $7.99 for seniors drink included. The food is good too and there are gluten free and vegan choices.
  21. You feel you have to inject your bias everywhere you go? People like you are as divisive as you are pathetic. How you or anyone else can have any confidence in either party is beyond me. People like you will never wake up until the debt that was created by both parties buries you…and even then the real headstrong morons like you will chose the mindless game of casting blame.
  22. Dunkin Donuts ended its free donut for seniors effective March 31, 2018. Verified on the AARP website.
    1. Hi Don. Do you remember me? I’m Elain’s husband We visited you when we went to her aunt’s home many, many years ago. we both had similar hobbies and hit it off from the start. Our kids were young children and now our youngest is 47. We would like to hear from you and your wife. facebook your wife’s cousin Elaine to get in touch…. Barry
  23. This was an unexpected, but happily accepted response! I am totally on your page! Why seniors (or anyone else for that matter) would vote for that bloated ego, self aggrandizing, mentally ill, traitorous head of his own crime family, is beyond comprehension. Watch for destruction of Medicare and Social Security. It is on his agenda. He only cares about himself and hates anyone who got rich, without their daddy’s money!
    1. Under obama we had the cost of Medicare go up and money taken out to help pay for extended Medicaid also we only got 2 raises, the first one the first year he was in office and the second one in 2012 during the year he was running for a Second term. To me it looked like it was Obama that wanted to destroy social security and Medicare. He was the only president that only gave two cost of living raises in 8 years. Right now the economy is doing well and we are at a national unemployment rate of 3.9%.
      1. Totally agree. EVERYONE SHOULD RESPECT THE PRESIDENT AND STAND BEHIND HIM. He has done more for the USA compared to Obummer in 8 years. Now back to the Senior Discounts
  24. Your comments are not appropriate on this site. As a gray haired old Biddy I resent your remarks. You probably a millennial brat.
  25. Hello. Thank you for the great list! Here in Charlotte, NC, available discounts also include: Wendy’s and Taco Bell: .25 soft drinks at many locations. Golden Corral: Senior Early Bird Buffet and drink discount, as well as a BOGO on your birthday if you sign up online. Denny’s: Senior discount, as well as a free breakfast meal on your birthday with ID. Hope this info is useful.
    1. What’s all this talk about a golden corral ? I am not eating anything golden from a corral ! I resent horseradish too. Those poor horses ! Why you monsters aught to be ashamed. Back in my day, we ate steak and potatoes, that’s it !
        1. We only had “toaster leavings”! (Lol- reference to “Married with children, Al Bundy eating crumbs shaken out of the toaster) ????
      1. I hate corn. That’s why I won’t touch corned beef, I also think eating rooster’s beaks is disgusting , so I steer clear of Pico de Gallo!
  26. Joe, hate will destroy you. I’m a senior, no blue hair. Trump, don’t love him but he was smart enough to beat Hillary as she was a flawed, dishonest person. I watch pennies since i’m on a fixed income. No dead babies, it’s just “tissue”. Right? I don’t hate liberals, I just disagree with them. A conservative ended the cold war. I adopted a 9 year old girl who is thriving and will graduate from college soon. Joe, old people aren’t nearly as dumb as you think. I wish you well…
  27. Top Chef Meals offers a 15% discount on all meals for those over the age of 60 (unverified). Simply enter your age when you register on the site and get the discount during checkout. Top Chef Meals delivers made to order chef -prepared meals designed for seniors throughout the US. Our unique service allows you to choose every component of your meal and avoid those items you are allergic to. Microwave ready in under 3 minutes we offer breakfast, lunch and dinner tailored to most therapeutic needs.
  28. Hi, I live in warrenton, Virginia, every Saturday Morning me and my friend stop by at the burger king for the coffee, but they don’t have senior discount program. I felt so frosted.
    1. I hate to get involved in this but your talking about two different things here a fetus is not considered a baby and you talking about humans that already assist in life
  29. Keep your ignorant liberal assed political rants off non-political sites. Can’t think of anything non-political to say? Keep it to yourself.
    1. Good for you! They deserved what you had to say! It had nothing to do with the subject for seniors!
  30. The energy it would take to say “I’m a senior citizen” would not be worth the pittance these companies are offering as discounts.
    1. Hi Maggie, I’m sorry to hear of your speech handicap. Perhaps writing a few words requesting a senior discount would take less energy than saying it. But, if either of those doesn’t seem satisfying, please, by all means, pay the full price.
  31. Applebees did not honor my husband’s Military ID for the discount even though they are listed. They also have a sign posted in the front lobby “Veterans are Welcome.”
    1. Contact their corporate office they may end up sending you some coupons for even better discounts if they know what’s going on.
  32. I received a website for Lifetime Income Agora Financial by Zach Sneidt. I made a $4.95 shipping fee payment for his “Free Book”. He also stated after 30 days, unless cancelled, he would charge accounts $99/month for his daily financial reports. Leaving no phone to cancel. I feel so stupid. I should have researched him before hand but did trust , “Your” site. He is a scam and had been in prison for scams. If you can’t trust a senior citizen site, who can you trust?
    1. Susan,
      Are you saying you found this person on our website? I don’t see him mentioned anywhere here. I do see a contact form on their website, have you tried contacting them this way? Please let us know, we don’t like scammers either.

      1. btw-I eat at Jack in The Box probably a little too often, am definitely senior, and when I ask for a discount it is only applied on separate drinks that are not part of a meal, so the statement is rather misleading, or else the ones I go to do not honor this guideline.
    2. Be leary of anything that says automatic renewal. For items like that I put on a separate credit card and then I can just cancel the credit card and they no longer receive my payment
        1. Note (from the piece): “The change affects Publix stores in Tennessee and Alabama.

          The move to eliminate the discount comes after Publix stopped honoring double coupons earlier this year, and after competitor Kroger stores eliminated double coupons and its senior discount.”

    1. Kroger provides the Senior Citizen Reward Club. Seniors receive a 5% to 10% discount off of the total purchases on the first Wednesday of every month at select locations.
  33. Several IHOPs in Gwinnett county Ga. have senior 55+ BOGO during the weekdays. They are different times at different restaurants.
  34. The local Taco Bell restaurants around Las Cruces stopped giving senior discounts about a year ago. No explanation, they just quit.
  35. Mc Donald, n’offre aucun rabais et rien sur le café Translated: McDonalds, offers no discount and nothing on coffee.
  36. Senior List & Ms. Clark, Great resource. Useful & concise. I am located in southern California and recently retired. I am astounded how the various discounts may vary. From food to goods & services truly eye-popping. Of course, it always helps to ask nicely. Thanks for the site and your hard work! Well done.
      1. In Hobbs New Mexico, and some of the Eastern NM locations seniors are given a 10 percent discount, even on specials like the 4 for 4. I was surprised when the cashier offered it without even being asked.
    1. I go to Wendy’s and order their jr cheeseburger adding lettuce and tomato, a Senior drink (free), and a keychain frosty (free with keychain fob) all for 1.39 in Oregon.
  37. Check Zaxby’s … my local (NC) offers a 10%. A clerk once asked me 🙂 … but you generally have to ask. I think it is standard corporate though, 60+
  38. I appreciated the list of restaurants for discounts . I certainly could have done without the comments about planned parenthood . As far as I know they don’t offer a senior citizen discount . But please feel free to bash me if I’m wrong .
    1. AARP, Supposedly represents all senior citizen members therefore they should not represent the Liberal or Conservative agenda only the senior citizens and what best for them, most of us have worked our whole lives only to be thrown out with the Trash. We still have many things to offer.
  39. Hi I work for Arby’s PLEASE take down that you get a 10% discount because we don’t offer that the 10% discount to seniors at our stores. The only senior discount we offer are .50 drinks. Please change that otherwise people get mad at us and take it out on us.
    1. Sorry for all the grumpy, oldies who take their frustrations out on a hard working young person trying to get their piece of the American Dream. We seniors are in the autumn of our lives. If anyone of us never thought that getting old is going to be full of problems then they had their heads stuck in the sand. This world will break you if you don’t SAVE. Save your money Stephanie. Look for those discounts now so you have something to live on when you get old. My parents lived thru the depression and they shared their anxieties with me. That’s why I was frugal. Hunger is no fun. I can live without nice clothes and furniture. We are a rich country. Let’s take care of everybody who falls thru the cracks..including our children.They are the future. We had our biggest chance.
      1. – I don’t mind getting old. It’s just all the ‘sound effects’ that go along with it that’s annoying. – – OLD is NOT one of the things I wanted to be when I grew up! – – – About the only exercise I get is ‘pushing my luck’ & ‘jumping to conclusions! – – – Getting lucky – – means I found my car in the parking lot! – – – I start up the stairs & stop to take a breath – then can’t remember if I was heading up the stairs – or coming back down! – – I threaten to change my dog’s name to ‘Five Miles’ – so I can tell folks I walk five miles every day! Someone asked me if I believed in the ‘Hereafter?’- – I said – yes, I do. Every day I walk into a room & ask myself – ‘Now, what did I come in here after?’ – – I thank God every day for letting me wake up on this side of the grass! –
        1. Thank You Robert, that was poetic!!! Gave me a great laugh! Always need humor. With deep thoughts combined, Great combo! I keep hearing old age isn’t for the weak,. even though I keep explaining I’m weak I still can’t get out of the old age racket, lol. I don’t always remember to ask for a senior discount, and don’t expect it, just appreciate it if they have one.
    2. I get 10% senior discount at Arby’s in Rogers, Lowell and Springdale in Northwest Arkansas. I eat there a lot. Just went there yesterday.
  40. I dropped my AARP membership when they supported the ACA, which was based on all lies. And will never go back.
    1. Join AMAC – Association of Mature American Citizens! Theirs is a Conservative answer to the Liberal AARP.
    1. Does anyone know about discounts in Southern California? I see a lot of posts about other parts of the country, but very few about this part. Thanks in advance!
  41. Taco Bell does not give Seniors at our Tucson location a 5% discount and you pay 75 cents for a small drink for Seniors.
  42. Jack in the box doesn’t give any discounts! At least not in my area of Houston Texas 77021
  43. Sheesh! Amazing how conservatives can make everything political. Planned Parenthood only provides abortions in cases of rape or incest. Look it up. In the meantime, I’ll continue to rant about taxpayers paying for erectile disfunction medication and treatments for male baldness.
    1. Hi Trixie. Bzzzzz! Wrong Answer. Thank you for playing., You said: Planned Parenthood only provides abortions in cases of rape or incest. Look it up. When I looked it up on Planned Parenthood’s website this is what it had to say: … When can I get an in-clinic abortion? How early you can get an abortion depends on where you go. In some places, you can get it as soon as you have a positive pregnancy test. Other doctors or nurses prefer to wait until 5-6 weeks after the first day of your last period. … No mention whatsoever of being limited to victims of rape or incest.
  44. I would like to have a current Senior Discount List sent to me please. Thank you, Holly
  45. AMAC (Assoc of Mature American Citizens) is a conservative alternative to AARP and also has great discounts for Seniors.
    1. Hi Dan, Yes, there are several AARP alternatives, you can check them all out here- https://www.theseniorlist.com/2017/04/senior-membership-organizations/

  46. We travel a lot for business, and rely a lot on Subway. We have yet to find a single Subway location that will offer/honor a senior discount of any kind. ay any of the 18+ locations we visited last year, nor the 7 we’ve visited thus far this year.
  47. Taco Bell in our area (Tampa Bay) gives a free drink to 55+. The email I received today from Sweet Tomatoes says that they have extended their Senior $7..99 Special to Fridays as well. It didn’t give the age requirement, so in searching for that I ended up here.
  48. Black Bear Restaurants do not offer Senior discounts. They feel to eat at their establishment is a bargain with the quality of food and service. Also depending on which manager happens to be on duty, some offer free drinks to Veterans, some don’t. One manager says the company offers Vet free drinks and then the next manager knows nothing about it. Worth asking for the discount sometimes. If you ask and get it, use it. Don’t ask and “KNOW you will not” be given a discount. GBA
  49. Be aware that AARP is in business to make money. The “discounts” one gets from Health Care companies & insurance companies aren’t really worth it. For every customer referred to them by AARP, AARP gets a cut of the action. You are better served by doing your own research on policies than using AARP’s link. I was with Liberty Mutual for my insurance for years thru my work. When I retired, I cut my premiums in half by going thru USAA (one of the best insurers out there along with Amica). So do due diligence & don’t just accept AARP’s word for anything. They have an agenda,
  50. Jack in the Box Claims discount only for drinks. Not food. I have made an inquiry to JIB on this.
  51. Kroger Store in Woodstock Ga, Hwy 92, will stop having Senior Day on May 12 , Senior Day is every Wed, of this year. There reason , when asked, is because they have low prices on items every day. One reason seniors shop at Kroger is because of Senior Day on Wednesday , which is an added incentive. I do hope Kroger reconsiders
  52. In Canada ,CARP would be the equivalent of AARP .Hoping it will be accepted in US,when we go this summer
  53. I LOVE Arby’s fish sandwiches this time of year. The other day I ordered a fish sandwich and a small shake. I asked for the senior discount and the girl said she didn’t hear of any. I asked to talk to the manager and he said Arby’s never gave a senior discount. Now I’m confused
    1. We just stopped at an Arby’s in Rutherglen va and the cashier gave us a 10% senior discount when I asked for a senior drink . Also Harris Teeter has senior day every Thursday here in New Bern – 5% . Makes for a crowded store !
    2. Many of the senior discounts vary from location to location (as you can see from the comments on this post). Always best to ask.

  54. RE: Senior Discount for taco Bell. This culled from today’s (20170316) Internet Search for “Taco Bell Senior Discount”:. “Taco Bell is 10% off, apparently up from the former 5%; plus free beverages. Age requirement is 65 and over. Discount may be franchisee specific. Wendy’s is 10% off for ages 55+, though at least one Wendy’s in Topeka, Kansas gave a free drink in place of the 10% discount.Feb 21, 2017”.
  55. AARP is JOKE! They were sending me “begmail” before I turned 55! The last two years I’ve been saving the membership cards (3 to 4) they send suggesting I’m a member.. I at one time returned an envelope with my information on it I received and asked they remove me from their list. Got a reply that said I would have to supply them more information to get off the list. Geesh!. WHat a waste of money and resources that every one else is paying for. As for the discounts. I just ask for the US Veterans or “The old man discounts”. Usually gets an approval
    1. AARP members and their personal information are merely a revenue stream to AARP, selling it to companies that want to market to them. If you want to opt-out you have to jump through hoops and it doesn’t take effect for 6 weeks. Enough time for them to use your information for their monetary gain. If you join, be ready to be hit with renewal notices 6 months into your annual membership. Unfortunately I currently have the Hartford AARP auto insurance that forces me to keep a membership (saved a lot over GEICO).
  56. Great idea – do you know of similar list for Canada? Also useful would be a list of restaurants with small portions for seniors..
    1. Hi Gillian! Great question- We also received the same feedback on our Facebook page. We’re asking our Canadian friends to help us get a start by commenting on the list (to let us know what’s being offered, and what’s not). Help us spread the word! 🙂

  57. Sonic does not do a discount, we even called the main office. Said they didn’t know anything about it.
    1. Sonic is mostly franchised. Corporate may not know anything about it–that is, they have no policy that they push down to the actual store owners–but that doesn’t mean your local Sonic hasn’t decided independently to offer a discount. Ask–all you have to lose is 4 seconds of your life.
  58. I’m not sure about other states, but in Oklahoma seniors , BETTER YET, there is an opportunity EVERYDAY for EVERYONE to get discounts at the Goodwill. See attached link. http://www.goodwillindy.org/shop/specials/
    1. Just as a suggestion, you should purchase an AARP Membership… The card pays for itself in many different ways! There is a 1 yr membership for $16, a 3 yr membership for $43, and a 5 yr membership for $63… and the membership includes you, age 50 and over, and your significant other, say a spouse, age 50 and over… The AARP Magazine is packed full of a lot of information that most seniors don’t know about… Great articles with AWESOME information!! Plus, not only do you get discounts at restaurants there are other discounts you can receive at thousands of locations across the United States, such as… Michael’s Craft Store, Hotels, Motels, Air Flights, Tires, Reebok, Movie Theater Tickets…. My personal favorite is Dunkin Donuts!! The list of discounts is endless… You have access to the internet, just register your AARP Card at AARP.org and you will be able to see where you can use your card at!! I love my AARP Membership… I wouldn’t give it up for anything… Good Luck!
        1. Why do you love your membership. I just signed up and found that it is cheaper to go through expedia to book and you don’t need any points. Also, AAA gives you better deals. Please let me know why you love AARP. Tks
      1. I’m not trying to start an argument here but, as a pro-life advocate, I refuse to join AARP because they support Planned Parenthood which performs abortions.
        1. Only THREE PERCENT of Planned Parenthood’s services are abortions. NINETY SEVEN PERCENT of what they do is provide low cost health care to women who otherwise could not afford it, and that includes birth control which prevents pregnancies.
          1. Thanks. Planned Parenthood does SO MUCH MORE than abortion. It’s sad that folks would rather have the 97% of the great services offered for both women and men get lost just because a tiny percent of the services they disagree with. I hope all who protest Planned Parenthood fully support paying for child care and foster care and all other expenses of children that were unplanned.
          2. Obamacare is the answer for health needs. Nobody needs Planned Parenthood unless for an abortion. Don’t get caught up in the lies. Remember everybody has to get insurance.
          3. Even with Planned Parenthood’s broad definition of “medical service,” data reported in the organization’s annual report suggest that roughly 12 percent of people who received a service from Planned Parenthood affiliates received an abortion during the reporting year.[7] Despite a nearly 20 percent decline in the number of abortions in the country between 2000 and 2011,[8] the number of abortions Planned Parenthood performed during that time increased from 197,070 to 333,964, thereby more than doubling its share of the abortion market from 15 percent in 2000 to 32 percent in 2011,[9] the latest year for which national data are available. Planned Parenthood affiliates perform about 20 abortions for every prenatal care visit and about 200 abortions for every adoption referral based on the approximately 300,000 abortions they perform each year
        2. I’m not trying to start an argument, either, but If you are truly truly limiting your associations based on such an opinion, your list of providers, hospitals, ambulance companies, phone companies, television shows, movies, music, visual art, etc., will be very, very, very short. If you’re not truly parsing all your associations in this manner but rather are doing so selectively as it suits you or as instructed by a pundit or politician, then you’re what’s called a hypocrite. Beyond the obvious benefits, AARP advocates for seniors’ issues, most importantly in the realm of medical and insurance issues; I will continue to support them and remain grateful for all they do for us.
          1. Aside from being a source of discounts, AARP is also a large lobbyist. So declining to join due to its political stance is not the same as boycotting an ambulance service. I’m a member and it does not bother me, but heaping anger / attacking someone because they do not agree with the radical left politically is not appropriate here. And to some extent the original comment isn’t either. We’re talking discounts here and for that, AARP is great (as is AAA)
          2. I dropped AARP and AAA. They drive far right-wing values. If you believe in providing healthcare services to a marginalized population of human beings but subscribe to AARP and AAA, then you are the hypocrite. “There but for the grace of God go I.” Your senior dollars are highly coveted, pay attention to who gets it and where it goes. Or not, I’m not here to judge or be judged – and neither are you.
          3. Utterly ridiculous. There’s NOTHING “hypocritical” about choosing not to support one organization that funds the killing of unborn children, and not researching and vetting every OTHER organization that might, there are only so many hours in the day, and if someone decides not to support AARP for their abortion stance (as I have), that’s none of your business. Get over yourself, and stop trying to dictate to others what to spend their money on. I for one am glad he shared the information about AARP, it’s a valuable heads up, and knowledge is power. ;O)
          4. The funny thing is, no one asked your opinion. A man stated his personal “choice” not to fund and support AARP due to their abortion stance (which I respect and agree with), and that’s his choice (and his business). Others (including you) are free to do what they like, but you don’t have the right to judge someone for expressing a viewpoint you don’t like… and news flash, we’re not all obligated to agree with disingenuous feminist propaganda, either.
        3. You claim you’re not trying to start an argument … and then you immediately start an argument. Have you no shame at all?
        4. Try AMAC membership. They are the alternative to AARP. They are pro life, conservative. I refuse to contribute to AARP!
        5. I’m with you ONE HUNDRED PERCENT on that, Brother!!! Feminists like to YELL and butt into other people’s business/tell other people what to believe, but the fact is people have a right to spend our money where we want to (or NOT)… and we don’t need their opinion about it. I never liked AARP’s politics or their overall attitude, but now that I know they support abortion I’ll NEVER join. As for this woman’s arrogant/know-it-all attitude, she might want to do some more research, Planned Parenthood has already been exposed as deeply corrupt, and anyone who believes they’re not lying and manipulating their abortion statistics, is pretty naive IMO. Thanks for having integrity, and standing up for what’s right!!
        6. I respect your opinion . . . but I don’t believe anyone has the right to tell someone else how they are allowed to deal with their body.
          1. It’s God’s law, not man’s law. God says do not kill. If you kill a growing baby inside your body, God law says that is wrong.
      2. Getting discounts is great but we refuse to support AARP who continue to support socialist causes both in print and financially.
        1. Let us not forget that AARP competes with tax paying companies that provide the dollars needed to keep senior benefits in place. AARP pays NO taxes, that is why they have so much money to spend on lobbying. I will never join.
      3. I was an AARP member until they got on the obamacare bandwagon. I did not renew after that. I won’t rejoin because I don’t like their politics. I’m willing to bet that if you ask for the discount and can prove your age, they will give you the discount.
      4. AARP is essentially an insurance company. They donate and support liberal causes. Some seniors disagree with that policy and don’t join because of it.
      5. Yes but AARP supports Planned Parenthood and this organization kills and sells baby parts on purpose. Look it up it’s true. AARP SELLS SIZZLE NOT THE STEAK. In other words, it’s not always the truth and you don’t always get what you think you’re getting. AMAC actually cares about you and they do what they say. All you have to do is give them ideas of what you need and want and they will do it. I’ve found them to be honest and awesome.
      6. I agree with Til. I won’t be a member of AARP, and am a Member of AMAC. Same benefits, with a conservative slant. Very pro-military. Please contact AMAC to see if they will get restaurants to honor discounts, in addition to AARP.
      7. AARP is such a leftist Democrat organization that companies damage themselves by association for half the senior population.
    1. Thanks Ann – You’re right they changed their policy from last year. We’ve reached out to them for official senior discount policy – If they have one… 🙂

        1. Hi Brenda- Sign up for our discounts mailing list and we will include it in the email once we have 2017 wrapped up. Thanks! Sign up here- https://www.theseniorlist.com/senior-discounts-email/

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