02.20.17 GREAT LIST OF DISCOUNTS FOR SENIORS – ENJOY WAYS TO SAVE ON ENTERTAINMENT, FOOD, TRAVEL AND MORE

Monday, February 20, 2017 – Getting Senior Discounts is one of the delights of my life!  I look for them everywhere and have enjoyed so many it’s exhilarating!  Just this weekend we got to ride the New Orleans streetcar for only 60 cents, a deep discount from the normal $1.25!!  We get into all National Parks absolutely free and have taken advantage of that every time!

Retail Me Not came out with this great list of 30 plus Senior discounts so I wanted to share it with ya’ll!.

Remember: Always confirm ahead of time that your local venue honors a specific senior deal. In fact, we suggest asking everywhere, from utility companies and airlines to hotels and even your alma mater, about what, if anything, they do for seniors. Hey, you put in the time, so why not?

Senior Discounts to Enjoy Today – they may not offer it to you so be sure to ask for it!

AMC Theatres
Tuesday is Senior Day for anyone 60 and older at select AMC locations. The discount varies by theater.

America the Beautiful Senior Pass
If you’re 62 or older, you can pay just $10 for lifetime admission to over 2,000 national parks and federal recreation sites. Bonus: At areas that charge per vehicle, the Senior Pass admits all passengers in your car. At places that charge per person, you and three adults get in for free.

Bealls Outlet
If you’re age 50 or over, save 15% off your entire purchase every Monday by presenting your One Card at checkout.

Belk
Customers 55 and up enjoy exclusive in-store savings on the first Tuesday of every month.

Best Western
Not only do those 55 and older get 10% off their room rate, but many Best Westerns offer “mature guests” (their words!) extras like early check-in, late checkout, a complimentary room upgrade or continental breakfast.

Big Boy
Take 10% off your total check if you’re at least 55 years of age.

British Airways
AARP members get up to $400 off flights to Europe, Asia, Middle East or Africa on British Airways.

Cici’s Pizza
Most locations offer senior citizen discounts, but deals vary, so contact your local store for more information.

Cinemark
Every Cinemark theater offers a different senior discount and on a different day, so check your local theater box office for pricing and participation.

Denny’s
Check out Denny’s 55+ menu catered specifically to seniors. AARP members get 15% off.

Dunkin’ Donuts
Other fast-food restaurants have nice perks for seniors, but Dunkin’ Donuts’ is admittedly hard to beat. You get a free doughnut with your purchase of a large or extra-large coffee just for being you.

El Pollo Loco
Ages 60 and up get a 10% discount—maximum savings of $1.

Golden Corral
Take advantage of the restaurant’s early bird senior discount. Specials vary by location, so check with your local spot for details.

Goodwill
Seniors age 55 and over receive a 20% discount every Wednesday at participating locations.

Greyhound
Why not leave the driving to someone else? Those 62 and older receive 5% off unrestricted passenger fares.

Hertz
With your AARP discount code, you can save up to 25% off a rental car. Now you can afford to upgrade to a snazzy little number next time you’re on vacation.

IHOP
Order off the special 55+ menu, featuring smaller portions at lower prices every day.

Jo-Ann
Shoppers 60 and older get 20% off of their total purchase.

Kindle
Go ahead and take the e-reader plunge. AARP members get 10% off of up to two Kindles, including the Fire HDX and Paperwhite.

Kohl’s
Every Wednesday, Kohl’s knocks 15% off your bill if you’re 60 or older.

New York Philharmonic
Many performance events offer senior citizens discounted tickets, including the famous New York Philharmonic. Attendees 62 and older may purchase $10 tickets on the day of select performances, excluding Friday matinees and Saturday-evening shows. (Always call ahead to check availability.)

Michaels
Show your AARP membership card to get crafty at 10% off!

Outback Steakhouse
Present your AARP membership card and receive 15% off of your entire check, excluding alcohol.

Rite Aid
With the wellness65+ program, you get a free blood pressure screening and a pharmacist consultation to discuss your medications and immunizations. You’re also eligible for 20% off non-prescription purchases on the first Wednesday of every month.

Royal Caribbean        
Kick back and relax. Royal Caribbean offers deals and steals on the high seas for travelers 55 and older.

SilverSneakers
Many gyms and fitness centers have special classes for older members, but see if you’re eligible for SilverSneakers. This perk, which is open to adults (65 or older) who use certain Medicare or other health plans, allows free access to more than 12,000 fitness centers, gyms, YMCAs and Curves.

Southwest Airlines
If you’re over 65, you’re eligible for senior fares (fully refundable) and perks, including early check-in.

Tanger Outlets
My godmother is obsessed with this one. Save on already-good prices at Tanger Outlets with a free coupon book, available at the on-site Tanger offices. It includes 20% discount offers from many of the stores like Rockport, Eddie Bauer, Easy Spirit and Harry & David.

Toys R Us
Stock up on goodies for the grandchildren. Monday through Thursday, get $5 off purchases of $25 or more when you show your AARP card.

Verizon Wireless
Don’t use your cell phone 24/7 but still want to have one? Verizon has a plan for customers 65 and older that includes fewer minutes and a lower monthly rate.

Zipcar
Urban dwellers who rely on public transportation but want an occasional set of wheels should check out the car-sharing company Zipcar. AARP members join for $40 (versus $72) and get $40 in free driving credit.

Here’s a link to their page https://www.retailmenot.com   For additional senior deals, check out their senior discounts page.

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