Area veterans and military members can take advantage of extra deals for Monday’s Veterans Day holiday, some beginning this weekend.
Proof of military service is generally required; the forms of proof vary by business. Often they include photo military ID or discharge papers.
Here’s a list of the more than two dozen deals:
Kohl’s stores typically offers 15 percent off purchased made on Monday with a valid military ID, military dependent ID or Veteran ID. Today Kohl’s will double that discount to 30 percent, the company told the Dayton Daily News.
Instead of a discount, all Gordman’s stores will give 5% of Monday’s sales up to $50,000 to Pets for Patriots, which pairs pets with veterans.
Active duty, veterans and reserve personnel can sign up for a year of Prime membership for $79 now through Monday, $40 off the normal price.
4. AMC Theaters
Get a free large popcorn now through Monday with the purchase of a military-priced movie ticket for a showing after 4 p.m. A free AMC Stubs membership is required.
Shoppers at Buckle can get 10% off and free shipping with a minimum purchase of $129 now through Nov. 18. Military members can register for the discount online. The 10% discount is a year-round deal.
6. Great Clips
Veterans and current military members can get a free haircut Monday or a free haircut card to use at a later date. The haircuts are redeemable through the end of the year.
7. Sports Clips
Free haircuts are available at Sports Clips Monday for veterans and active duty military.
8. Home Depot
The home improvement store offers a 10% discount year round.
For the third year, active duty military, veterans, reservists and their dependents can get 10% off purchased made in store and online now through Monday.
Service members and veterans, along with their families, can get 20% off eligible regular priced items now through Monday with a Walgreens Balance Rewards.
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