Lists of the Best Senior Citizen Discounts in Dining, Travel, and Retail

Updated on January 5, 2020
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What you will never see when walking into a store or restaurant, but the discounts are there...

Very few restaurants, stores, or other businesses have a sign like this; but if you ask, you may very well get a discount.
Very few restaurants, stores, or other businesses have a sign like this; but if you ask, you may very well get a discount.

Welcome to this deals and discounts list and directory for seniors age 50, 55, 60, 65 and over. Usually no sort of membership nonsense is required. However, none of these national chains or other places are likely to have any prominent signs advertising any senior discounts or deals. The company websites also usually do not tell you what the policy is. You will have to ask.

The best way to obtain the discount is to just say, “Hi, I understand you have a senior discount?” Note the wording: a question, instead of a statement or demand. A question inflection is much more likely to elicit cooperation from the young person behind the counter.

A personal story: I walked into Taco Bell and asked what the deal-of-the-century was for this week. They said there was none.

I knew that; they grinned; I grinned. I ordered five 99-cent tacos. I informed them, "I'm a senior, so I'll take the usual 100% discount."

They said, "That would be nice...." More grinning; they were fine; I was fine; just having fun. I wandered out the door with my tacos. Yep, the discount was there. Of course it wasn't the 100%, but the senior discount had indeed been applied.

Ten Percent Is Worth It

Many seniors may think a 10% discount is not worth the bother, but this is usually just a matter of perception. If instead of the deal being stated as a 10% discount, it had been stated as “Pay No Sales Tax for Life!”, everyone of all ages would be all over it. Yet the 10% discount would almost always be the better deal, leastwise in the US. Europe and Canada are whole different stories. They have what's called a value-added-tax (VAT); that tax is usually way over 10%. Are senior discounts applied to VATs in such cases? I have no idea. No matter; again, wherever you are, always remember to ask concerning senior discounts.

Know of a Senior Discount or Deal?

If you know of a senior deal or discount not listed here, we would like to know about it. Post it in the Comments Section below or drop us a note. We will include it in the next page update.

Sales and marketing is a fluid force; deals and discounts come and go. There is also the situation where many businesses are franchises; in many cases, the franchisee owner is the decision maker as to whether a senior discount will be available at a particular location. If you discover a senior discount listed here is no more, please let us know. The good news, what with the continuing population shift, even more companies will probably begin initiating discounts for seniors.

Restaurants: Senior Dining Deals

Restaurants - Remember to Ask!

Applebee's gives a 10% discount (reduced from 15%) to seniors age 60 and over who have the Applebee's Golden Apple Card.

Arby's gives 10% off for ages 55+.

Back Yard Burgers has a 10% senior discount for your order at participating locations, reasonably certain the age is 55 and over..

Burger King has a 10% discount for ages 60+, and additional discounts on coffee and soft drinks. As of Oct. 2015, though, Burger King may be like Denny's, i.e., some stores give discounts and some don't.

Chili's is 10% off for ages 55+.

Denny's gives 10% off for age 55+. They will make it 20% off if you are an AARP member. As of 2014, each franchise owner was making his/her own decisions regarding this, so your results may vary. A menu just for seniors is also offered.

Dunkin' Donuts does 10% off for ages 55+. Or a free donut (doughnut) when buying coffee.

Golden Corral senior discounts are reported as random and varied.

IHOP is 10% off for ages 55+. There maybe even be a second, optional menu for seniors.

Jack in the Box has a 20% beverage discount for seniors age 55 and over. Though again, as of August 2013, the Jack-in-the-box discount may not be a sure thing.

KFC will give you a free small drink with a meal if you are 55+, although again, it’s reported some KFC's will and some won’t.

Long John Silver's has various discounts for 55+. Depends on location, so your results may vary.

McDonald's has discounts on coffee and soft drinks for the 55+ crowd.

Old Country Buffet is said to have discounts for seniors, 55+.

Outback Steakhouse has a 15% senior discount, age demarcation unknown.

Perkins Restaurants may have a special menu for deals for seniors, 55+.

Roy Rogers Restaurants gives a 10% discount for seniors, age demarcation unknown.

Sonic gives a choice of free beverage or 10% off for folks 60 and older.

Subway is 10% off for ages 60+; though at least occasionally, a store owner will deny the discount, either because they are uninformed or because of individual franchise policy.

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. Not known if this is the new policy or a franchisee-specific incident.

Deals on Travel and Vacations

Transportation and Motels - Look for Special Senior Menu Options on Their Websites

Alamo Car Rental has discounts and deals ranging up to 25% for AARP members.

Alaska Airlines has 10% off for seniors, ages 65+. It is now reported to be 50% off. Other fees, however, are unknown. Airlines like to wiggle out of things; call first to ask about the discount and fees before making plans or booking.

American Airlines has discounts and deals for seniors 62 and up. Various discounts can reach up to 50% for non-peak periods (Tuesdays through Thursdays). Other fees, however, are unknown. Airlines like to wiggle out of things; call before booking.

Amtrak have a 10% to 15% discount for seniors. But they have a whole bunch of restrictions to go along with it.

Avis car rental company has discounts and deals ranging up to 25% for AARP members.

Best Western motels have a 10% discount for seniors age 55 and over.

Comfort Inn motels have discounts ranging from 20% to 30% off for seniors age 60 and over.

Southwest Airlines is reported to have various discounts for ages 65 and up. But the usual warnings apply: call first, find out about other fees, etc.

United Airlines does provide discounts for seniors 65 and over. The amounts, locations, and other restrictions are all over the map (pun intended). A reminder to meticulously read their online menus and/or ask their customer representatives pointed questions.

Retail Store Discounts and Deals

Actually, some of these senior discounts could add up to serious dollars...
Actually, some of these senior discounts could add up to serious dollars...


A side note about glasses. Glasses are expensive and serious business. When selecting a store, it wouldn't hurt to do a "StoreNameHere review scam" search to see what complaints there are about them. And it could be unwise to have the exam done at one place and the glasses made at another; if there is a problem, each will point to the other as being the cause.

LensCrafters is reported to have a 30% discount for AARP members. Frankly, I'd find out the prices for everything first before mentioning the discount. Then spring the AARP card on them before taking the exam and see what happens. It wouldn't hurt to check frames and lenses prices at Walmart and Sears first for comparison.

I had an unprofessional experience at Pearle Vision a couple decades ago; I was verbally assaulted the second I walked in the door. I immediately realized the franchisee or store manager was extremely defensive about something. I cleared out after about 30 seconds and never did find out what his problem was (in retrospect, maybe it was because they had the highest prices in town, not sure).


Goodwill gives 10% off one day a week (your day may vary). A 2015 report states for at least one store the age is 55 and the day is Wednesday.

Kohl's does 15% off on Wednesdays for folks 60 and over.

Ross Dress For Less, also known as Ross Stores, has an Every Tuesday Club for customers age 55 and older. Just sign up at the customer service desk to receive a discount card. Folks with the discount card receive a 10% discount for in-person purchases made on Tuesdays.

The Salvation Army thrift stores give up to 50% off for folks 55 and over.

Grocery Stores

Grocery stores appear somewhat resistant, but it is worthwhile to ask. Your results will definitely vary.

Albertsons is said to be 10% off, but you will have to work for it. If the first employee you ask doesn't know the answer, ask the store manager as to days and dates, and whether the discount applies when 55, 60, etc.

Farm Fresh has a 5% discount on Tuesdays and Thursdays. These are probably their slowest shopping days, thus the discounts. Ages 55 and over.

Fry's Food is reported as requiring a VIP card to qualify for any discounts, card valid only the first Wednesday of the month.

Grocery Outlet (western states plus Pennsylvania) gives a 10% discount to people 55+ on Tuesdays and/or Thursday mornings, at least some stores.

Hy-Vee (Midwestern states) offers a 5% discount on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Definitely varies by location and the age demarcation may be 65.

New Seasons Market, located in parts Washington, Oregon, California. Wednesdays have a 10% discount, no doubt the slow shopping days thing.

Piggly Wiggly. Each store is independent. It is rumored some locations may have senior discounts. Availability, types, age requirements, percentages, other parameters are unknown and probably constantly vary.


Great Clips has $3 off for haircuts. Ages 60 and up.

Super Cuts has $2 off for haircuts. Ages 60 and over.


CVS doesn't have any senior discounts per se. But you do want to get their Extracare Card. If you run the card through the red machine at the front of the store, a great deal sometimes shows up now and then. And do give them your email address; they will rain all sorts of worthwhile discounts on you.

Costco pharmacies are exempt from store membership requirements in most states.

Rite-Aid has 10% off on Tuesdays. And there is 10% off on prescriptions. Age demarcation unknown.

Walgreens generally charges the highest prices in town for everything, especially in the pharmacy department.

Walmart pharmacies are always worth checking out.


If you don't happen to know what Lifeline is, you definitely want to check that out no matter who your phone company is. If you qualify, you will save between $200 to $300 a year on your phone bill. You qualify based on income, not age.

AT&T has a $30/month cell phone plan for seniors ages 65+, currently called the Senior Nation Plan.

Jitterbug has a $15-a-month cell phone plan for users 50+. However, I'm not sure about these guys. Their phones seem expensive and there are complaints as to their quality.

T-Mobile has recently added senior discounts, details vary as to types and amount of service.

Verizon Wireless has a $30/month plan for seniors ages 65 and over. However, if you have a Lifeline landline (Verizon or Frontier), and want to use it to get on the Internet, it could be well worth your while to drop by the Verizon or Frontier website and see what DSL deals they are offering; no age restrictions, and DSL is plenty good enough for most situations, including streaming videos (depending how close the substation is to your residence).

Burner Phones. Inexpensive and free cell phones and cell phone plans are one complicated mess to research; especially when federal and state subsidies are mixed in. If your situation doesn't qualify or is not feasible for the federal/state free cell phone and plan program(s) and you only want the cell phone for occasional use; perhaps simply going to Walmart or wherever and getting a prepaid, pay-as-you-go burner phone is the answer. Needless to say, read and understand everything on the packaging first. Actually, why not just shop for the critter online? First find what looks like the best deal on whatever retail store website, then go to that brand's website and see what they have to say. Once you've found what you want, buy from whichever site is best.

Movie Theaters

AMC Theaters gives up to 30% off for ages 60 or older. AMC specifically says, "If you're at least 60 years old, you've probably seen a lot of great movies in your lifetime. And if you haven't, get started now with discounted tickets on Senior Day." I underlined that phrase because it makes me wonder if they only show old movies on that day.

Landmark Theaters have discounts for folks 62 and older. I do believe this is the first senior discount I've seen anywhere that wasn't rounded to a 5 or 10 age increment . The amount of the discount is unknown.

Marcus Theaters have $5 admissions for Friday matinees, seniors age 60 and older.

Regal Theaters/Cinemas 30% discount for seniors ages 60 and over may be a thing of the past and was only available for some performances; ask. There may be some senior discounts when buying certain snacks and drinks.

Showcase Cinemas. Turns out that Showcase Cinemas (also known as UCI Cinemas) is an international company theater chain. $7 Admissions to seniors beginning at age 60.

Local Area Discounts

Many local area senior discounts are mentioned in the Comments Section. Try a browser search (Ctrl-F) for your state, town, or establishment; you might get lucky.

And if you happen to know of a local area senior citizen discount, by all means comment about it. You never know who you might be giving a helping hand.

More Financial Tips for Seniors

Some of the savings here could actually run into the hundreds of dollars. And not just for seniors.
Some of the savings here could actually run into the hundreds of dollars. And not just for seniors.

Utility Company Discounts

It is imperative to drop by your utility companies' websites, particularly your gas, electric, and phone companies. They almost certainly have various discounts available, for example:

  • low income assistance discount
  • energy savings discount
  • energy efficiency discount
  • seasonal discount
  • time-of-day discount
  • medical discount

There could be other discounts. Once you are signed up, you get significant savings month after month without any additional work on your part.

If the discount info is not readily available via the website menus, use their search box and enter the bulleted phrases above. If that doesn't work, then do the searches directly from your favorite search engine, for example type in: "low income assistance" YourUtilityCompanyName.

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A Karma Note

Please share this page so as to help others. The more people who are knowledgeable, the better off we all are.

And a sincere thank you to all who have contributed to this page.

Questions & Answers

  • What are some TV cable senior discounts?

    Most cable companies claim to have senior discounts, but won't specify the details. You have to call and ask; probably not much or an outright scam. Frankly, I ditched cable years ago and get everything for free or next to free on the internet. There's even the technology to have it display on your TV screen.

  • Do Sleep Inns have a senior discount?

    Sleep Inn, Comfort Inn, and a bunch of others are all owned by Choice Hotels. The Choice Hotels website claims an "up to" 10% discount for seniors. However, one must make a reservation in advance through their Choice Hotels website or via their Choice Hotels phone number and specifically mention the senior discount for folks who are 60 or older. Also, beware of their use of the phrase: "up to."

  • Do Best Western Hotels have a senior discount, and if so, how much?

    Best Western has a 10% discount for seniors 55 and older. Unfortunately, it is not a discount one can count on. Best Western also says, "Not available at all Best Western® Hotels & Resorts and is subject to availability at the time of the request."

  • Does U-Haul offer senior citizen discounts?

    Apparently not, but do check their website. There are dozens of variances.

  • Does Big John's Performance offer senior discount?

    Their coupon page on their website does appear to offer some worthy discounts, but nothing is mentioned about seniors.


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      Debbie McCoy 

      2 weeks ago

      If a chain offers a senior discount but the franchise is not, call or write the chain to see if the franchises must offer as part of their franchise contract. Many have to follow franchise guidelines set by the chain and could lose their franchise if not. Its worth it.

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      Tara Cuddihy 

      3 weeks ago

      This is an amazing site it is very very useful and I will be using it again

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      2 months ago from Washington Court House

      Congratulations on Hubbie Award for funniest hubber.

      Your article is very informative also. I use discounts daily.

      I have a Golden Buckeye Card which is for Ohio residents.

      This card gives many discounts.

      I get 5% off at Ace Hardware. Then the usual 10% at restaurants.

      DQ dairy queen, Pizza hut, Ranchers roast beef, olus mist of ones you already listed.

      I always ask...sometimes embarrassing the people I am with.

      I always here...I can afford this. But to me...if the discount is there one should take it.

      Nice write.

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      2 months ago

      I was asked at Taco Bell yesterday if I am over 55 because that is when their senior discount kicks in (I am 60)

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      3 months ago

      Panda Express offers 10 or 15% senior discounts

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      8 months ago

      Lakes Entrance Airbnb, australia. Gives Seniors Discounts and free dog stay for 3 days stay.or longer.. Price on booking..but dont forget to ask..water views, private gardens, wheelchair assessible..park outside your accommodation. Sleeps up to 7 adults. Onsite massage. Call 0413669071 victoria Australia

      Place to stay.

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      10 months ago

      Walgreens does offer 20% off on first Tuesday of each month unless it’s a holiday, then it’s the second Tuesday.

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      17 months ago

      Good info, thanks! Village Inn does senior discounts, but you have to ask now. At least in Nebraska.

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      Natalie Frank 

      18 months ago from Chicago, IL

      Great article! I'm not there quite yet but will be soon enough and have bookmarked this page for future reference.

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      Cathy Decker 

      20 months ago

      Love the companies whom realize our retirement income needs respected AWSOME

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      20 months ago

      I Had No Idea There Were So Many Places That Gave Seniors Discounts!?? Thank You So Much For Giving Me The Tools To Make My Life & The Lives Of Others So Much Better. Thank You Mary Sutton

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      20 months ago

      Kroger does not give 10% any longer.

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      mary taylor 

      20 months ago

      always looking 4 senior discounts

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      21 months ago

      Bealls of Florida offers a 55+ senior discount on Monday of every week both in store & online.

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      24 months ago

      TJ Maxx in Florida only, 10% off on Mondays for 55+

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      2 years ago

      I find this very useful. I will be talking to Kroger's at the very least. Thanks for the info

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      Liz Pacheco 

      2 years ago

      Coppi's Organic Restaurant offers 25% off all night every Monday for seniors 60 and up. They're located at 3321 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

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      Kari Poulsen 

      2 years ago from Ohio

      I find this very useful. I will be talking to Kroger's at the very least. Thanks for the info.

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      2 years ago

      I am curious...the discounts above state "over 60" (some of them)

      Do you need to show the aarp card?? OR proof of your age?

      I signed on with my husband as he is over 60... and I am not

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      Stacie L 

      2 years ago

      Good info Para. Kroger used to give senior discounts on Thursday every week, but cut down to the first week in the month where I lived in Kentucky. My local grocer gives senior discounts on Wednesdays.

      Ask you stated, a customer must ask. I found out my AAA membership gives many discounts as well. The companies never ask if you are a member.

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      Nancy B Basinger 

      2 years ago

      T-Mobile recently added a senior discount. Saved me $40 a month for multiple lines.

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      Miriam Parker 

      2 years ago from Ontario, CA. 91761

      Wow, thanks for all this info! It's good to know there are many places that honor those ages 55+. Thank you for researching and writing about this!

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      Richard carroll 

      2 years ago

      Wisconsin timberrattlers have discounted box seats for those 55÷

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      Jeremy Ryland 

      2 years ago

      Weight Crafters CFS Fitness Camp for Adults has a live-in weight management program in Florida, and they offer 10% discounts for seniors 60+.

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      Guy Giocondini 

      3 years ago

      The Tecumseh Mi. and Adrian Mi Burger King locations refused to honor the 10% discount I requested. I think this is horrible, I think the franchise should revoke the franchise from these money hungry misers who have no respect for seniors.

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      3 years ago

      Pollo Tropical Chicken in Florida give a discount any day or time to seniors. the dont know the age but offered my a discount and know I always get one me and my husband are in our 50;s

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      3 years ago

      Farmer Boys restaurant in Eastvale, CA --10% to seniors

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      3 years ago

      Got an Applebee's Golden Apple Card today and it is now a 10% discount.

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      3 years ago

      Walgreens has great sales AND Senior discount first Tuesday of the month. I know, I work there...and your 20% senior discount is higher than my 15% employee discount. I'd also recommend using the monthly savings book AND checking out in the Cos Department. ...we have tons of coupons and keep up on best current deals.

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      3 years ago

      05/19/16 Just came from Taco Bell. Was told by manager that the only senior discount given is a lesser charge on senior drink. The cost for that drink is .75. Manager stated they started charging for senior drinks about 3 months ago. Even though I was at the same Taco bell two days ago and they gave me a free senior drink. Have never received the 5% discount that you have listed on this page.

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      4 years ago

      Outback gives 15%

      Roy Rogers 10%, but you have to ask.

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      4 years ago

      Back Yard Burgers' senior discount is 10% your purchase at participating locations.

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      D Brandt 

      4 years ago

      Our Burger King in Hartland, Michigan only offers a small coke. No other discounts.

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      Miriam Parker 

      4 years ago from Ontario, CA. 91761

      Thanks for the info! Looks like I have to wait 5 more years to qualify for the sr. discount on some stores; good to know!


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      4 years ago

      I always have CVS discounts available to me with my "Extra Care" card. It is no longer red, but white with red & blue lettering. Perhaps you need to update your card.

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      4 years ago

      Kmart stated they don't have seniors discount anymore

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      Donna G 

      4 years ago

      What a great site! I knew about some of these but there's quite a few I didn't know. Thanks so much! DG

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      4 years ago

      I received this today from Big Lots after inquiring about a senior discount:

      Thank you for contacting Big Lots.

      Our stores currently do not offer senior discounts. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.

      Thank you again and have a nice day.


      Customer Care Department

      Big Lots Stores, Inc

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      4 years ago

      Hi! I work at Kohl's and I wanted to clarify that the 15% off discount we offer is only available to customers on Wednesdays. Also, our store generally says 60+ on the age demarcation.

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      4 years ago

      Big Lots does not give Senior discounts.

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      Alice Ann 

      4 years ago

      Was in Big Lot on Sunday, asked for my Senior discount. I was told there was no such thing as a Big Lot Senior Discount. Never was!!

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      Ana Maria Orantes 

      4 years ago from Miami Florida

      Hello miss. Paradigmsearch. Some airports have a senior line to get faster to the search point to get inside the gate of the departures. It is a good feeling to get to the gate fast. I recently found this information.

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      4 years ago

      Burger King in Elkhart IN says they do not give senior discounts. Eat elsewhere.

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      4 years ago

      Some cashiers tell me "there is no discount " while others give it.

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      Deborah Ward 

      4 years ago

      My first attempt at getting a senior discount....denied....our Subway in Grandville, Michigan does not offer any. :(

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      4 years ago

      Goodwill 55 or older on Wednesday...

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      4 years ago

      Wendy's in Topeka, KS is drink as your senior discount, not 10% off.

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      Elda r Flores 

      4 years ago

      This is good but how can I get discount for vision.

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      Miriam Parker 

      5 years ago from Ontario, CA. 91761

      Thanks for this information! I'm eligible for some discounts already, but not for others.... I can't believe some places won't participate -- that's almost un-American! ...Wait till THEY get older....Great work!

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      5 years ago

      AMAC also has discounts!!!!!

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      5 years ago

      I went to my local Carls Jr and I received a 10% senior discount for my meal and I'm only 52 years young!

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      5 years ago

      Denny's in my area gives no discount unless you have AARP, then it's only 15%.

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      5 years ago from USA

      Useful. Shared on a FB page I manage (Thrive Happy). Very helpful. I have elderly parents 82 and 71, it's never to late to save a buck! Thanks voted up.

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      5 years ago

      The Wendys in my area gives a free soft drink to seniors +65.

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      Ana Maria Orantes 

      5 years ago from Miami Florida

      You are sweet and kind Mr or miss. Paradigmsearch for writing about senior discounts. I turned 50 in July. I am full of joy knowing that I am getting a big deal discount in many places. You made my day happy. Thank you. I like your hub.

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      Don Schiller 

      5 years ago from Brooklyn Park, Minnesota

      Denny's has senior menu so will only discount with AARP card. This per Napa Ca. Location.

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      5 years ago

      Useful resource. Tweeted and voted up. Any discount is worth it, especially if all you have to do is ask.

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      6 years ago

      How ant vision?

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      6 years ago

      I wish there were more student discounts like there are senior discounts...

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      6 years ago

      I just tried the discount at Jack-in-the-Box. She said it's for coffee only, not all beverages. However, I tried it last week and the clerk gave me the discount on my drink and my friend's shake. It depends on your clerk.

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      6 years ago

      55 considered a senior- that is comical--

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      6 years ago from USA

      excellent Hub, voted up and re-pinned on Pinterest.

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      Audrey Selig 

      6 years ago from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

      Hi PS This article is very useful for the older crowd. Some establishments recently took away the discount. My local cleaners disappointed me by that disservice. Many names do appear on this list, and you did a great job on the hub. I like your sense of humor that accompanies your writing, in addition to the well-placed dividers. I sure will try to find some of these great discount establishments. Thanks for sharing the information, and good luck with your writing.

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      6 years ago

      Burger King and McDonald's offer senior soft drinks and coffee for around fifty cents. Backyard Burger gives a free senior drink with purchase.

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      7 years ago

      Don't count on a discount at KFC. Some owners of KFC stopped giving discounts to seniors.

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      Mary Hyatt 

      7 years ago from Florida

      Good informative Hub here. I qualify for many of these (darn it!), but I was unaware of some.

      I was amazed when I was in Puerto Rico. If you are over 65, you don't pay to ride public transportation, and you get in all the parks free.

      I voted this one UP, etc.

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      Liz Rayen 

      7 years ago from California

      I'm sure there are a lot more discounts for seniors out there that I am not aware of, but your hub is such a great source of info, especially now that I have approached the "senior bracket". Any little bit helps these days! Thanks for the research and great info on the subject! Voted up and shared.♥---Lisa

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      7 years ago from United States

      This is awesome information and deals. I will have to let my parents know. Thanks so much.

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      nancy cortez 

      7 years ago

      where do apply for senior citizen discount for the transportation

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      Brian Edwards 

      7 years ago

      Brownsville Texas. The Gladys Porter Zoo offers a 20% discount for AARP members and everyone in your party gets the discount. I used it about 4 months ago.FOr a party of 5 I saved over $8 !

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      7 years ago from Salt Lake City

      I can't wait to be a senior citizen. :)

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      Micheal is 

      7 years ago from United Kingdom

      Really useful information. Now all I have to do is get a green card to benefit from all these great discounts. :)

      Gave me an idea to do a hub for the UK. Thanks.

      Tweeting this one.

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      carol stanley 

      7 years ago from Arizona

      Thanks for this hub. Very interesting and valuable. I like hubs that give interesting and useful facts and this one fills the bill. Thanks also for responding to my question about titles.

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      7 years ago from Pennsylvania

      50 is senior??!!

      I have to go lay down now.....

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      7 years ago

      I will have to send this link to my dad. Great hub for seniors on saving money!

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      8 years ago

      Im now proud to bea senior.

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      8 years ago

      This is a great hub on senior discounts. I will definitely be bookmarking it. One good thing (among many) of being 60+. Thanks for sharing. Voted up, useful, and awesome!

      P.S. Found this article on Pinterest, btw :-)

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      8 years ago

      jack in the box 20% discount is on drinks only!!

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      Julie Baldwin 

      8 years ago

      It's amazing being 55+the discounts that comes your way.

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      8 years ago

      Awesome, awesome, awesome. I just found the Jitterbug cell phone plan!! And I just signed up for their e-mail subscription. Thank You So Much!!

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      Theresa Ast 

      8 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Great Hub with great information for people. Thanks!

      I have found that Good Will Stores (used books, clothing, housewares, furniture, toys) gives a good senior discount (over 55). Check with your local store, because each store chooses a particular day of the week - Mon, Tues, Wed., etc.

      This is probably true of other grocery stores as well, but I know for sure that Kroger gives discounts on Wednesday to people over 55. Happy Shopping.

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      8 years ago

      You know, I finally got used to the idea that I'll be 50 in a couple of weeks and WOW would be eligible for senior discounts. Then...just to find out - the age has raised for most of the discounts that my Mom was eligible for at 50! grrrrrrrrrr

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      Glenn Stok 

      8 years ago from Long Island, NY

      This is awesome! I'm eligible for many of these discounts already and I didn't even know it! Thanks for writing about it. Voted up.


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