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2019 Senior Discounts For Retail Stores

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If you’re looking for senior discounts, you came to the right place.  In addition to our list of senior discounts for retail stores, we've been busy updating all of our discount lists!  One of our most popular lists of senior discounts is our BIG list of restaurant discounts which includes over 50 restaurants that offer discounts to boomers and seniors. Be sure to check it out!

Senior Discounts for Retail Stores

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Today’s post focuses on Senior Discounts for Retail Stores and Apparel Outlets.  We offer this list with one caveat.  It’s always best to either call ahead or ask when you arrive (so you have the proper expectations).  As in any chain store, some local establishments will offer discounts and some won’t.

We make it a point to remind folks that if you’re looking to save money while you’re shopping, or eating, or whatever… It never hurts to ask the question; “Do you offer a senior discount?” For many boomers and seniors, every penny counts, so don’t let your ego get in the way of your wallet.  Just ask the question.

Best List of Senior Discounts Retail Stores 2019

Banana Republic: 10% off (No regular days; 50+)
Bealls Outlet: 15% off every Tuesday (50+)
Belk: 15% off first Tuesday of every month (62+)
Bon-Ton Department Stores: 15% off on senior discount days; 20% if you use the store’s proprietary credit card (55+)
C.J. Banks/Christopher Banks: 10% off every Wednesday (60+)
Clarks: 10% off (62+)
Dressbarn: 10% off Tues and/or Wed (call ahead-varies by location – 55+)
Goodwill: 10% – 20% off one day a week (date varies by location – 55+)
Hallmark: 10% off one day a week (date varies by location; age may vary depending on the product)
iParty: 10% senior discount every day; ask for a discount as soon as you get to checkout
Kohl’s: 15% off on Wednesdays (60+)
Michael’s: 10% off every day (with AARP card – 55+
Modell’s Sporting Goods: 10% off every day (65+)
Ross Stores: 10% off every Tuesday (55+)
The Salvation Army Thrift Stores: Up to 50% off, days vary (55+)
SteinMart: 20% off red dot/clearance items first Monday of every month (55+)
TJ Maxx: 10% on Mondays (FLORIDA only at this time – 55+)
Walgreens: 20% off once a month, “Balance Rewards” card required. (65+ and AARP)

Other Senior Discount Lists

Looking for hearing aids, cell phone plan discounts or information about walk-in tubs? Check out all the other lists we have created to help you find the best products and services here.

In addition to our list of senior discounts for retail stores, we also publish a list of prescription medicine discounts for seniors (including government programs for prescription help).

For all the frequent travelers out there, we updated and published our list of travel discounts for seniors.  This list includes airline discounts for seniors, rental car discounts, hotel discounts, and more!

Finally, the BIG list of senior discounts can be found here.

If you're aware of senior discounts for retail stores that aren't on our list, please let us know. Also, we rely on our community members to keep these lists current, so if you're aware of updates – Let us know in the comments!

82 Comments

  1. Home Depot does not offer military discount on all products. That is their inaccurate marketing. If the item is more relative to contractor type work ,i.e. plumbing pipe, etc., the discount is not given. If that happens to you, simply ask for the customer service manager who will generally override it. Those type items are actually coded that way when checking out I am a DIYer sobshop hime improvement stores quite a bit. That’s why I generally use Lowes, their discount includes whatever you purchase.
  2. In some comments, there appears to be an error regarding home Depot: The Home Depot (10%) discount is offered in the U.S. to all active duty military personnel, reservists, retired or disabled veterans and their immediate families.This discount is applicable up to a $500 purchase.
  3. Home Depot gives 10% discount only to disabled veterans. Lowes gives 10% to all veterans. Not aware of a senior discount. Sorry!
    1. Of the “big box” stores, Lowe’s is probably the most generous toward veterans. All veterans, regardless of age or disability, receive a 10% discount in stores (with proof of veteran status, of course). If you register on their website (or in the store), and they validate your veteran status, you can order online and still get a 10% discount. It’s easy to register. In addition, Lowe’s frequently sends discounts and freebie coupons to registered veterans throughout the year and recently I’ve noticed that they have designated front parking spots for veterans in our area (not sure if that’s nationwide). One thing to be aware of at either Home Depot or Lowe’s is that some vendors do not allow the stores to give the veteran discount on their products. I just found that out recently when I purchased Vigoro landscape pebbles.
      1. Artemis, Home Depot: The discount is offered in the U.S. to all active duty military personnel, reservists, retired or disabled veterans and their immediate families.
    2. Not true Ann. The discount is offered in the U.S. to all active duty military personnel, reservists, retired or disabled veterans and their immediate families. This is applicable for purchase up to $500.
    3. I believe more seniors would shop more often and eat at places that offer discounts everyday . Since seniors find ways to keep busy And meet up with friends since most are retired and on a fixed income !
  4. Corrections: in Florida Bealls Outlet: Monday Seniors 15% off “. Friday under 50. 15% off Bealls Department Store : Tuesday 15% off for Senior
    1. Home Depot only offers 10% for disabled veterans (you must have a VA card with disabled listed on the card). They do have promotional days (like July 4th, Veterans Day, etc.) where they offer 10% for all veterans. There is no age limit for disabled veterans.
      1. Our local Home Depot stores give 10% to all veterans with military ID. Walmart’s prices are already very low for everyone, which is terrific.
    2. Good luck with that discount. Lowes no problem. Home depot wants you to go through the government with paper work and get a id through from them. one thing home depot has changed is there doggy policy.
  5. For anyone in southern New Jersey, Dr. Michael Combs in Absecon, NJ offers 10% senior discount. Wonderful dentist and prices are already reasonable.
      1. I agree . I have started to ask now if senior discounts apply. I spent a lot of money at Michael’s stores. Never asked if I was a senior so I could get a discount. I actually brought back my receipts and got $20 back from the manager. They also do not have anything posted anywhere to say that seniors get a discount. I guess I’m going to ask any time I go anywhere now.
        1. Don’t forget your veterans discount. You have to ask for it most of the time. Lowe’s gives the veterans discount, but doesn’t offer it to you. Every 10% helps senior citizens.
    1. Love this info ! Us Sr’s need all the help we can get! Being on a Small fixed income is hard to do. I think more places should help out too. Thank You!!
  6. The Shoney’s of Morgantown, WV 26505 does not give the Shoney’s 15% Veterans discount and recently only gave .50 cents off on a senior meal costing over $10.00 each. Please respond as we are considering having monthly club/ organizational meetings for breakfast/ lunch. These these folks are all federal retirees that are seniors and most also Veterans. The manager/ proprietor goes by Nick. Thank you in advance.
    1. This is not how Seniors should be treated. We put in a lot of hard work in our time. Veterans should receive nothing but the best. Some were drafted and others volunteered to keep us all safe. Thanks guys and gals!!
  7. This all sounds great but I don’t see very many for California. Is there a special lunch program delivery. For Victorville, Ca.as am 79 and is hard for me to get around, I use a walker & cane. Please advise me of what I can get in discounts on groceries as none listed in this list.
  8. I have trouble reading your list… If you would please list each store to the Left and day and amount of discount to the right That would help me very much….Thanx
  9. Looking for discounts on the following: 1). Cell service with unlimited data thru Verizon 2). Dentist who gives senior discount. My husband and I cannot afford $2,000 a visit with the dentist a at Claremont Dental 3). We’ve been loyal customers with Charter/Spectrum for over 25 yrs now and they will give a new customer an awesome low rate, but not us. If you can help please PM me or email me. THANKS!
    1. Try Gente Dentist Dr Jonathan Gergar in Bakersfield on 9900 Stockdale Hwy Ste.201 6616649900. You will find it a very enjoyable experience and not $2,000.00 a visit. Linda Mull
    2. CALL Spectrum! They WILL give you a discount…not the discount given to new customers…but a discount! If at first you don’t succeed…keep trying!!
    3. Every time spectrum tries to raise my rate I ask for any local discount prices they can give me. I also tell them I can go somewhere else. Same with trash pike up we live in the country so we can have anyone pick up our trash and I remind them of that to get the best deal. I don’t know about dental our visits are $75.00 He knows we don’t have dental insurance so he gives us a break.
    4. Ask spectrum for the retainment department. Tell them you are over 62 and qualified for their senior plan. I did. They told me I didn’t qualify. I said I’ll start looking into other internet options , and all of a sudden I was getting a good discount.
    5. T-Mobile gives senior discount – 2 phones with unlimited talk, text and data for $70 including taxes and fees.
    6. Loyalty doesn’t mean anything to any of the cable companies I’m new to them the first question they asked at spectrum if I were ever a customer – also if I were a customer at Spectrum was it sooner than 2 years ago. I will use one for 6 months – no autopay as there are no discounts no paperless gets you a discount either Ask cable companies no sports networks depending on plan and vendor they can give you skinny bundle without ESPN
    1. Bealls Outlet has a Monday Club for those who are 55+. If that age isn’t right, please let me know. I’ve been told that there’s a Friday Club for those who are younger. You do have to get a loyalty card, and be sure to supply your birthdate or you won’t qualify for either of those discounts.
  10. Interested. 58 years old. Savings and value is a plus. Helpful hints, will always be appreciated.
    1. Hi Phillip, I came across this list and your name stood out because my grandfather’s name was Milton Granofsky. His father shortened the name to Grant when the family came to the United States and I was curious to see if we were related. Sherry Sternthal
  11. I’m an employee of Michaels, it’s not been an AARP discount for at least a year now. It’s just a senior (55+) discount and you have to ask the cashier to get it.

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