(updated November 17, 2014)
Advance Auto Parts is proud to offer 10% off regularly priced items for in-store purchases to customers who serve or have served our country’s Armed Services. For assistance taking advantage of the Advance Auto Parts Military Discount for online purchases, please contact us at 877-ADVANCE.
This program provides solutions at a special price for employees of the U.S. Federal Government as well as military personnel and their families who want to purchase Apple products for personal use. Special pricing applies to some, but not all, of the products.
Lowe's established the 10% Military Discount to support the men and women who are currently serving our country in the Armed Services1 and to honor Retired Veterans and VA Recipients. This 10% discount is also extended to their immediate family members.
Active duty members, reserve military personnel, and veterans receive special discounts on most products. Individuals eligible to purchase from the Microsoft Store for Military includes current, former, and retired members and family members of the US Military, National Guard and Reserve in the United States (including Puerto Rico).
All Nike US Retail brick and mortar locations (except Employee Stores) offer a 10% transaction discount to all active/retired/reservist US military personnel and their families. Eligible US military personnel and family members will receive the discount with a valid US military ID.
Oakley sunglasses has a government sales website that is normally not advertised. They offer sunglasses that meet military standards at about an average 50% savings. Service members need only to register and fax a copy of their military ID to Oakley to be eligible for their discount.
Everyone at TiVo is grateful to those who serve our nation, past and present. To show our appreciation, we're offering our military friends huge savings—as low as $0 down and $19.99/mo on TiVo Roamio, our best DVR ever.
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