When you think about veterans, the first thing that may pop into your mind is an older person who served in WWII.   But veterans come in all ages. There are young veterans who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan, and we celebrate them. These men and women have taken a calling which very few people will even consider.  They love serving their country and protecting their fellow countrymen.

Veterans day is November 11th and it is entirely dedicated to celebrating the men and women who have served in our US Armed forces.  From a personal point of view, every day should be Veterans Day.

There are many who never make it back home, but for the ones who have, there are various ways people and companies show their appreciation. There are hundreds of companies that have taken the initiative to offer military discounts to members of the armed forces, retired veterans, and their families.

Some Online Discounts Offered to Veterans and Active Duty Members

There are different military discounts for our armed forces. Some of the industries which offer military discounts include:

  1. The auto industry
  2. Computer and electronic discounts
  3. Education and entertainment

 #1. Auto Industry

 Many automakers show their appreciation to the military by offering discounts.  Buying a new car can be costly. If you are or have been a serviceperson, consider taking advantage of the various automotive brands which offer military discounts. Here is a look at some of them:

 a) Acura

 Acura has shown its appreciation by offering a $750 rebate when a veteran purchases an Acura model 2018 or newer. If you are a veteran, you can choose to lease or buy a car using Acura Automotive Services.

 b) Ford

 If a veteran or individual in the military purchases a car through Ford they are offered a $500 cash bonus. Eligible for both Ford or Lincoln cars.

 c) General Motors

 Veterans can save hundreds of dollars when they purchase or lease cars such as Chevrolet, GMC or Buick.

 #2. Computer and Electronic Discounts

 There are various tech giants and also smaller-sized companies that offer discounts to veterans and members of the armed forces. Here is a look at some of them:

a) Apple

 Apple is one of the tech giants which is making significant moves in the industry. It has launched various wings that directly help veterans and members of the armed forces to purchase their products. The Apple Federal Government and Military Employee Purchase Programs help different military personnel in all the branches to buy their products. The program also includes their families. If you are using this program you can buy Apple products such as iPhones, iPads, and Mac.

b) Dell 

Dell also rewards the military through its schedule with premium laptops. The company ensures that their computers or laptops have webcams so that various members of the armed forces can keep in touch with their families.

c) Microsoft 365

If you are in the military or are a veteran you can get a 10% discount on Microsoft 365. This includes Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Skydrive Access, Onenote, Skype, and Publisher.

d) Lenovo

Lenovo offers a 15% discount on all its products as long as you have a Troop ID.

e) Samsung

Samsung cannot be left off the list.  They offer amazing discounts on all purchases as long as you verify yourself as military personnel or a veteran.

#3. Educational and Entertainment Discounts

The cost of education can be high, but there are some institutions that have taken the initiative to celebrate and appreciate veterans and active-duty members.

a). Berklee School of Music

Berklee School of Music is a top-class premier school of music located in Boston, Massachusetts. If you are on active duty or a veteran and want to gain admission into the school, you are offered various discounts. The school provides special tuition programs for military students, and on top of that, a 20% discount off the tuition fee.

b). California Southern University

CSU offers a discount on spouses and children of service members who are studying online. The discount is only for a limited number of courses such as psychology, law and business degree programs.

Other Sources:  75+ Exciting Military and Veteran Discounts in 2020 [A Crisp Guide]


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