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The Ultimate List of Senior Discounts for 2020

by Dr. Nikola Djordjevic, MD

Welcome to our MASSIVE depository of senior discounts!

Everyone loves a good deal. If you’re a senior, now you can reap the benefits that so many companies offer you. We’ve searched far and wide to include every single discount we could find in 2018. They’re all here waiting for you to take advantage of them and save loads of money on a large variety of products and services.

Our goal is to become your ultimate go-to source for senior citizen discounts. If you’d like to help, we’d appreciate your feedback. So let us know in the comments section below if any of the listed discounts aren’t active anymore. Are there any discounts you’ve discovered that we haven’t listed yet? Tell us about them. Let’s keep each other up to date!

In addition, we’ve included a quick guide explaining different types of discounts for seniors, as well as the exclusions and terms that may apply. Take a look at it if you have any concerns.

Enjoy your discounts and happy saving!

List of Senior Discounts

We’ve divided the discounts into logical groups, and we hope you won’t have trouble finding the ones you’re looking for. However, since there are so many of them, you may want to use the search function on your browser. Looking for something specific? What discounts do you get with AARP? Just scroll down to discover discounts for AARP members in various categories—you’ll find over 40 of them! You can also find discounts that are only valid over a certain age. For instance, you can search for discounts for people over the age of 55.

Senior Discounts - List

  1. Restaurants & Fast Food Discounts
    1. Customer Loyalty Discounts
  2. Grocery Store Discounts
  3. Retail Store Discounts
  4. Medical Discounts
    1. Prescription Drug Discounts
    2. Hospital Discounts
    3. Vision & Dental Discounts
  5. Fitness Discounts
  6. Travel Discounts
    1. Transportation Discounts
    2. Hotel Discounts
    3. Car Rental Discounts
  7. Automotive Discounts
  8. Sports Discounts
  9. Recreation Discounts
  10. Entertainment Discounts
  11. Jewelry Discounts
  12. Legal Advice Discounts
  13. Education Discounts
  14. Storage Discounts
  15. Technology Discounts

Restaurant & Fast Food Senior Discounts

Which restaurants give senior discounts? Lots of them! Take a look at the long list of restaurants and fast food joints that offer discounts for seniors. We’ve verified most of them, though some are still pending verification. Also, note that some have specific age and membership requirements. 

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
Applebee’s10–15% off (varies by location), may require Golden Apple Card (60+)Verifiedsource  source 
A&WAll-American food: 10% senior discount (varies by location)Verifiedsource  source source source  
Ben & Jerry’s10% off for seniors (60+) (varies by location)Verifiedsource source source
Bubba Gump Shrimp Company10% off for AARP Members, 10% military discountVerifiedsource source 
Bonefish Grill10% off for AARP membersVerifiedsource source


Carrows RestaurantsGolden Menu: offers discounted breakfast, lunch & dinner (55+)Verifiedsource source 
Carrabba’s10% off for AARP membersVerifiedsource source source
Chili’s Restaurants10% senior discount (55+)Verifiedsource source  source
Chart House10% off for AARP members onlyVerifiedsource source
Claim Jumper10% off for AARP membersVerifiedsource source
Corky’s Homestyle Kitchen & BakeryOffers special senior menu AND a Senior’s Frequent Diner Card (buy 9 get 1 free) (55+)Verifiedsource
Denny’s15% off for AARP members (55+) (varies by location)Verifiedsource source

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Dunkin’ DonutsAARP members receive a free donut with the purchase of a large or XL beverage (at participating restaurants)Verifiedsource source 


Fazoli’sJoin the “Club 62” senior discounts club

 for special senior menu items (62+)

Golden CorralSenior discount varies by locationVerifiedsource source
Landry’s Seafood10% off for AARP members (50+)Verifiedsource source 


McCormick & Schmick’s10% savings on food and beverages (excluding alcohol) for AARP members (50+)Verifiedsource
The Oceanaire Seafood Room10% off of food and non-alcoholic beverages (every day) for AARP membersVerifiedsource
Old Country BuffetDaily discounts for seniors (55+)Verifiedsource
PerkinsFifty-Five Plus menu offers special deals (55+)Verifiedsource
Rainforest Cafe10% off for AARP members (50+)Verifiedsource
SaltGrass10% off for AARP members (50+)Verifiedsource source
SizzlerOffers “Honored Guest Menu” (60+), varies by locationVerifiedsource source source 
Subway10% off (60+), varies by location Verifiedsource source source
The Old Spaghetti FactorySpaghetti Factory “Senior Menu” offers a discounted list of menu itemsVerifiedsource source
Wendy’sSpecial offers will vary depending on the restaurant locationVerifiedsource source
Arby’s10% off or a free drink (55+) (varies by location)Not Verifiedsource source 
Backyard BurgersFree drink with purchaseNot Verifiedsource source 
Burger King10% off (60+), with additional discounts on soft drinks and coffeeNot Verifiedsource source
Big Boy RestaurantsVaries (60+)Not Verifiedsource source  source 
Boston MarketVaries (65+)Not Verifiedsource source 
Carl’s Jr10% off or a discounted drink (55+) (varies by location)Not Verifiedsource source source
Chick-fil-A10% off or free small drink or coffee (50+) (varies by location)Not Verifiedsource source source
Country KitchenGreat Senior Menu (55+)Not Verifiedsource source
Dairy Queen10% off for seniors (15% for coaches) varies by location (free small drink at some locations)Not Verifiedsource 
Einstein’s Bagels10% off (60+)Not Verifiedsource
Fuddruckers10% off any senior platter (55+)Not Verifiedsource
Friendly’s Restaurants10% off meal w/ free coffee at breakfast or free small sundae during non-breakfast hoursNot Verifiedsource
Gatti’s Pizza10% off (60+)Not Verifiedsource
Hardee’s$0.33 beverages every day—also reports of 10% off (52+)Not Verifiedsource source
Jack in the BoxUp to 20% off (55+)Not Verifiedsource
KFCFree small drink with any meal (55+)Not Verifiedsource
Krispy Kreme10% off (50+) (age and discount varies depending on location)Not Verified source
Mrs. Fields10% off at participating locations (60+)Not Verifiedsource
Polo Tropical10% off (50+)Not Verifiedsource
Richie Roman’s Barbecue10% off (52+)Not Verifiedsource
SouplantationSenior Meal deals Mon–Thurs, 2–5 p.m., $7.99 all you can eat, including fountain beverage or coffee—all other times, 10% off (60+)Not Verifiedsource
Taco Bell5% off; free beverages for seniors (65+)Not Verifiedsource source
TCBY10% off (55+)Not Verifiedsource
Tea Room Cafe10% off for seniors (50+)Not Verifiedsource
Traditions Restaurant (East TX)Senior platter meal for $4.70 (50+)Not Verifiedsource
Village Inn10% off (60+)Not Verifiedsource
WhataburgerFree drink with purchase of a meal (varies by location) (55+)Not Verifiedsource
White Castle10% off (62+)Not Verifiedsource

Customer Loyalty Senior Discounts

There are also some senior discounts restaurants and franchises offer as a reward for customer loyalty. Take a look at them and their terms below.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
El Pollo Loco10% senior discount (60+), 15% military discountVerifiedsource
IHOPDiscounts on senior menu items (55+)Verifiedsource
Outback Steakhouse10% off AARP members for meals (alcohol excluded)Verifiedsource
Old Country BuffetDaily discounts for seniors (55+)Verifiedsource source 
Sweet TomatoesSenior Meal Deal: $8.29 (includes beverage) from 2–5 p.m., Mon–Fri (97 nationwide locations)Verifiedsource
Uno Pizzeria & Grill“Double Nickel Club” has 25% off on Wednesday (55+)Verifiedsource
McDonald’sDiscounts on coffee everyday (55+)Not Verifiedsource
Waffle House10% off every Monday (60+)Not Verifiedsource

Grocery Store Senior Discounts

Next, we have a list of discounts for the items we need the most in our daily lives—groceries. Typically, grocery stores offer discounts for seniors only on certain days of the week. Which grocery stores have senior discounts? Find out on the following list. Is your favorite place on it? 

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
BI-LO5% off on Wednesdays with a Senior Bonus CardVerifiedsource source
Bealls15% off every Tuesday (50+)Verifiedsource source 
Compare Foods10% off every Wednesday (discount amount and age requirement may vary by location) (60+)Verifiedsource source 
C-Town Supermarkets10% off on Wednesday (55+)Verifiedsource 
Fred Meyer10% off on the first Tuesday of every month and every Tuesday in November and December (55+)Verifiedsource source 
Gristedes10% off senior discounts in grocery stores every Tuesday (discount amount and age requirement may vary by location) (60+)Verifiedsource source 
Harris Teeter Grocery Store5% off every ThursdayVerifiedsource source 
Hy-Vee5% off on Wednesdays (55+)Verifiedsource source 
Publix Super Market5% off on Wednesdays (60+)Verifiedsource source
Piggly WigglyVaries by location—often 5% off one day the week (55+)Verifiedsource source 
WalgreensUp to 20% off on Senior Savings Day, the first Tuesday of the month, for 55+ and AARP membersVerifiedsource source 
Farm Fresh5% off every Tuesday and Thursday (55+)Not Verifiedsource
Publix5% senior discounts in Columbus and all Atlanta Division stores (60+)Not Verifiedsource

Retail Store Senior Discounts

We’ve covered grocery stores; next, we come to retail store discounts. But which retail stores offer discounts for seniors? Not a lot of them, actually. Much like grocery stores, discounts at retail stores are mostly offered on a specified day. Take, for instance, Kohl’s senior discount day—they offer a discount every Wednesday for people over the age of 60. Other stores offer them every day, while some just once a month.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
Belk15% discount on the first Tuesday of every month (Senior Day) (55+)Verifiedsource source source
Bon-Ton Department Stores5% off on senior discount days, 20% off on a Bon-Ton credit card, and 10% off their Home Store merchandise using any payment type (varies by location)Verifiedsource source source
Kohl’sKohl’s senior discount is 15% off on Wednesdays (60+)Verifiedsource
Michael’s10% off your entire purchase every day (55+)Verifiedsource source 
Ross Stores10% off every Tuesday (55+)Verifiedsource source source
TJ Maxx10% off on Mondays (Florida only at this time (55+)Verifiedsource
Walgreens20% off once a month, “Balance Rewards” card required. (65+ and AARP)Verifiedsource
Banana RepublicThe discount amount is usually 10% and is offered every day to customers (varies by location) (50+)Not Verifiedsource source
Clarks10% off (62+)Not Verifiedsource
Hallmark10% off one day a week (date varies by location)Not Verifiedsource
iParty10% senior discount every dayNot Verifiedsource
Modell’s Sporting Goods10% off every day (65+)Not Verifiedsource
The Salvation Army Thrift StoresUp to 50% off, days vary (55+)Not Verifiedsource
Stein Mart20% off red dot/clearance items on the first Monday of every month (55+)Not Verifiedsource source 

Medical Senior Discounts

This important section includes prescription medicine, hospitals, vision, and dental discounts. All these things can cost a great deal, so make sure to take advantage of all the discounts you can get.

Prescription Drug Senior Discounts

Most seniors have at least one medical concern for which they regularly take prescription medication. The following discounts can help you save substantial amounts of money. Just look at that 61% AARP member discount, or that incredible Costco discount of up to 80%! What stores offer senior discounts? Take a look below and make sure to take advantage of any discounts you’re eligible for.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
AARPAARP senior discounts for members and their families; on average, the discount is 61% on FDA-approved generic, brand name, or specialty drugs that your current prescription insurance or Medicare Part D plan fails to cover. Verifiedsource source
Rite AidRite Aid Rx Savings Program—save 20% on thousands of brand-name and generic prescription drugs.Verifiedsource
Costco Member Prescription ProgramCostco members who have no prescription drug insurance or whose insurance does not cover all of their prescription medications can save up to 80% at time of sale.Verifiedsource
CVS PharmacyCVS ExtraCare Savings and Rewards program—you can earn up to 2% back in ExtraBucks Rewards from your everyday purchases.Verifiedsource
KmartThe Prescription Savings Club—you and your family will be covered for certain generic drugs (starting at $5 for a 30-day supply or $10 for a 90-day supply). This also covers 10% off pet prescriptions and 25% off vaccinations. Verifiedsource source 
NarcupBy using their prescription discount card, you can save up to 50% on FDA-approved drugs.Verifiedsource source 
Walgreens Prescription Savings ClubMembership fee required ($20 individual or $35 family per year). Walgreens Prescription Savings Club members get special discounts off the cash price of thousands of brand-name and generic medications, as well as other benefits, when they use their Prescription Savings Club Card.Verifiedsource source source
Walmart Pharmacy ServicesThere’s no senior discount day at Walmart, but the company offers low-cost generic prescription medications, $4 refills for generic or branded drugs, and even pet medications.Verifiedsource source source

Hospital Senior Discounts

There’s no denying that hospitals and care facilities are expensive. However, some of them offer fair discounts for senior citizens. Consider some of them if you have them near you.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
LifelineThe Health Discount card enables you to get a 20% discount on OPD and hospitalization (but not medication) (55+)Verifiedsource
PSP20% off and VAT exemptionVerifiedsource
Palliative CareSenior membership annual dues are $40 (62+)Verifiedsource 
PhilHealth20% offVerifiedsource 
Peoplecare Home HealthVaries (60+)Verifiedsource source source

Vision & Dental Senior Discounts

The need for eye exams, prescription lenses, and dental work becomes more common as we age. And they too can cost a lot. Luckily, this is another category where you can save lots of cash by using some of the following discounts. Again, most of them require an AARP membership.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
LensCraftersAARP members get 30% off a complete pair, an extra 10% off a Transitions Lenses upgrade with frame purchase, or an additional $5 off if the current in-store offer is a greater than the AARP discount—there’s also 15% off a lens-only or frame-only purchase or 10% off contact lensesVerifiedsource source 
Pearle Vision30% off standard plastic lenses for a single-vision, bifocal, or trifocal complete pair (50+ and AARP members)Verifiedsource source 
Sears OpticalOffers exclusive discounts on eye exams and eyewear in addition to other special savings (50+ and AARP members)Verifiedsource  source
Target OpticalExclusive discounts and offers on annual eye exams or purchase of eyeglasses (50+ and AARP members) (valid photo identification is required)Verifiedsource source 
1Dental.com60% to 74% off dental services and 20% off orthodontia (varies by location)Verifiedsource source 
Spirit DentalPlans for seniors range from $36 to $74 per month and the maximum annual benefits range from $1.2K to $5K. Each policy includes a $100 lifetime deductible.Verifiedsource source

Fitness Senior Discounts

It’s important for seniors to keep active in order to stay healthy and independent. Motivation is the hardest part, but many also worry about the financial aspect of a gym membership. No need to worry anymore—some gyms are available completely free for seniors!

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
24 Hour Fitness3 days freeVerifiedsource 
ACE FitnessUpdate July 17, 2018: save $100 off w/ promo code GOACEHCVerifiedsource 
SilverSneakersFree gym membership—get access to thousands of fitness locations across the country (65+)Verifiedsource
Plus FitnessNo joining fee, first two weeks free, 

no lock-in contracts, and no administration fees for Senior Card Members

Verified source

Travel Senior Discounts

You’re retired and free to do whatever you want—time to visit all those places you never had a chance to visit when you were younger! What’s more, as a senior, you can save on every aspect of traveling—from transportation to accommodation and car rentals. Start planning!

Transportation Senior Discounts

For those of you who enjoy traveling, we’ve also prepared a list of the airlines and railway companies that offer discounts for seniors. What airlines offer senior discounts? There aren’t many of them, but they are major companies with nationwide and worldwide flights. Make sure to ask because they have various discounts for senior citizens.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
American AirlinesVarious discounts (60+) (call to apply a senior discount)Verifiedsource source 
Amtrak10% off (65+)Verifiedsource
British AirlinesAARP members can save up to $200 on flightsVerifiedsource source
Greyhound5% off (62+)Verifiedsource source 
Southwest AirlinesVarious discounts (65+) (call to apply senior discount)Verifiedsource 
United AirlinesVarious discounts (65+) (call to apply senior discount)Verifiedsource source
Trailways Transportation SystemVarious discounts (50+)Not Verifiedsource

Hotel Senior Discounts

Next, you need to think about accommodations. We’ve got you covered there, too! What hotel chains offer senior discounts? Many do, and all of the discounts we found are verified. So take your pick and enjoy reduced rates.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
Best Western10% or more for AARP or senior guests (55+)Verifiedsource source source
Cambria Suites10% off with advance reservations for seniors (60+) or AARP members. You will need to call 800-4CHOICE (800-424-6423).Verifiedsource source 
Choice Hotels10% off with advance reservations for seniors (60+) or AARP membersVerifiedsource source 
Candlewood SuitesDiscounts vary (62+)Verifiedsource source 
Clarion Hotels10% off with advance reservations for seniors (60+) or AARP members. You will need to call 800-4CHOICE (800-424-6423).Verifiedsource source
Crowne PlazaDiscounts vary (62+)Verifiedsource source  
Days InnDiscounts vary (60+). You can also call 1-800-225-3297 and request the “senior rate.”Verifiedsource source
Howard Johnson HotelDiscounts vary (60+). Call 1-800-225-3297 and request the “senior rate.”Verifiedsource source  
HyattUp to 50% off (62+)Verifiedsource source  
La Quinta InnDiscounts vary (65+)Verifiedsource source  source
Marriott15% off (62+)Verifiedsource source  source 
Ramada10% off (60+)Verifiedsource 
Staybridge Suites HotelsVaries (62+)Verifiedsource
TravelodgeDiscounts vary (60+)Verifiedsource source 

Car Rental Senior Discounts

Don’t forget to ask for a discount on your next car rental. These are some of the best senior discounts for car rentals we could find. As you can see, most of them are for AARP members.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
Alamo Car RentalUp to 25% off for AARP membersVerifiedsource source
AvisUp to 30% off on base rates for AARP membersVerifiedsource source 
Budget Rent-A-CarUp to 30% off on base rates for AARP membersVerifiedsource source
Dollar Rent-A-Car10% off (50+)Verifiedsource source
Payless5% off every day for AARP membersVerifiedsource source
HertzVaries (50+)Not Verifiedsource  

Automotive Senior Discounts

Speaking of cars, seniors can also enjoy welcome discounts on car parts and labor with many auto services. Don’t hesitate to ask about discounts, and the following shops will explain your total discounts (which can include a percentage off or a cash deductible).

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
Erickson’s Automotive5% off on all parts and laborVerifiedsource
FixdVaries (65+)Verifiedsource
Jiffy Lube Service Center10% off services and/or parts (55+) (age and discount varies by location)Verifiedsource source 
Keyport Auto Repair5% off up to $100 (60+)Verifiedsource
Ken’s Auto Body & Service Center10% discount on parts for any mechanical work. $25 off deductible or one free oil change.Verifiedsource
Pep Boys10% off for customers 55+ with valid ID. Offer available in-store only.Verifiedsource
Roto-Rooter10% or 15% senior discounts age 55+ or 62+Verifiedsource source 
Sun Auto ServiceVaries (60+)Verifiedsource 
Subaru Auto Service10% off serviceVerifiedsource

Sports Senior Discounts

Check out the various sports-related discounts for seniors, including items like clothing and sports gear. Most don’t require a special senior discounts age to qualify, and many of the discounts are available with the use of a promo code. Read on to find out how you can redeem them.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
CabelasUp to 40% shooting sports classic (through July 29)Verifiedsource 
ColumbiaSpend $100 and get a $25 promotional e-gift card to redeem (8/1/2018 through 8/22/2018)Verifiedsource$19.99 per year, 50% off (65+)Verifiedsource 
Eddie BauerUpdate July 17, 2018: 50% off w/ promo code JULY50Verifiedsource 
FansEdgeUpdate July 17, 2018: Save 25% off with promo code PARTY25Verifiedsource
FanaticsUpdate July 17, 2018: 25% off with promo code 8T3KW1KQN.Verifiedsource
GolfnowUpdate July 17, 2018: $25 off with promo code JULY25Verifiedsource  
LidsUpdate July 17, 2018: 25% off with promo code SHP-Z1NM-CSCM-3ZCZVerifiedsource
L.L.BeanUpdate July 17, 2018: 25% off with promo code KIDS25Verifiedsource 
Tennis ExpressUpdate July 17, 2018: 25% off with promo code FIREWORKS20Verifiedsource
TeeOff.com15% off on golf for AARP membersVerifiedsource source  source
Tough MudderUpdate July 17, 2018: 30% off with promo code CBS30Verifiedsource 

Recreation Senior Discounts

Occasional recreation helps keep things exciting in your retirement. Here are some fun activities you can save on with a senior recreation discount.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
Big Meadow Lodge10% on stays for AARP membersVerifiedsource source
Busch Gardens Tampa$3 off one-day tickets (50+)Verifiedsource source  source source
Grand Canyon Railway15% off year-round and 30% off train upgrade for AARP membersVerifiedsource source 
Kennedy Space CentreSeniors (age 55+) can buy tickets for $46.Verifiedsource
Savvy SeniorsSeniors (55+) can stay overnight in a standard room in the lodge Sunday through Thursday night for just $79 per night, plus tax.Verifiedsource

Entertainment Senior Discounts

Theaters, stadiums, circuses, amusement parks, and US national parks all offer great discounts for seniors. Why not use them and have fun while saving!

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
AMC TheatersUp to 30% off (senior discounts at 55 or over)Verifiedsource 
Cirque du Soleil20% off for AARP membersVerifiedsource source   source 
Dollywood$5 discount on admission to guests who are 60+Verifiedsource source source 
New York YankeesReduced tickets to select games for fans who are 60+ in addition to one guest.Verifiedsource source
SeaWorld ParksSpecials on annual passes (65+)Verifiedsource source 
Showcase Cinemas$6.50 senior tickets every Wednesday, with popcorn and a drink for $3.50Verifiedsource source 
TripBeat40% off on select 7-night resort vacation rentals in worldwide destinationsVerifiedsource source 
TicketmasterAARP members save 25% or more on tickets purchased in sets of 4Verifiedsource source 
US National Parks$80 lifetime pass; 50% off additional services including camping (62+)Verifiedsource source source
Cinemark/Century TheatresUp to 35% off (62+)Not Verifiedsource
Regal Cinemas30% off (60+)Not Verifiedsource
Ripley’s Believe it or Not$2 off on a one-day ticket (55+)Not Verifiedsource source 

Jewelry Senior Discounts

Next, we’ve even found some jewelry discounts for seniors. Take a look at all the stunning pieces these companies offer and how you can save on them. When it comes to senior discounts, 2018 just keeps on giving.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
Bon-Ton Department Store20% off if you use the store’s proprietary credit card, 15% off if you use any other type of payment, and 10% off their Home Store merchandise using any payment type (55+)Verifiedsource
CheapGeniusChoose one of six stunning designs with various beads today and pay only $14.63! The usual price runs at $54.95.Verifiedsource source 
Jostens$40 off all high school class jewelry for seniorsVerifiedsource
Kay JewelersVariesVerifiedsource
Reeds JewelersVariesVerifiedsource
Spreadshirt30% off for seniorsVerifiedsource

Legal Advice Senior Discounts

Who would have thought you can get a discount for senior citizens when it comes to legal advice? But it’s true, you can! There’s also a free legal assistance hotline for AARP members.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
CLPEFree legal assistance hotline for AARP members (60+)Verifiedsource
FREEDOM Pay 50% off enrolled balance before fees, or 68% to 75% off including fees, over 24 to 48 months for AFCC Accredited Members (55+)Verifiedsource source
Senior Legal ServicesFree legal services to residents of San Diego (60+)Verifiedsource

Education Senior Discounts

It’s never too late to get back to school and get that degree you’ve always wanted. It’s also great to know that numerous higher education institutions offer stimulating programs for seniors. The following universities and colleges offer significant senior citizen discounts.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
Brigham Young UniversityAudit evening classes for a $25 fee (55+). Senior Monday–Friday, $75. Senior Tuesday–Friday, $65.Verifiedsource 
Long Island University50%–70% discount on tuition fees (65+)Verifiedsource source 
Mt. Hood Community College50% off tuition rates and $10 on any fee-based non-credit Community Education class (62+)Verifiedsource source 
Mesa Community College50% discount on tuition rates (65+)Verifiedsource source 
University of Scranton50% discount on tuition fees (60+)Verifiedsource source source 
Community College of Rhode IslandTuition waivers (60+)Not Verifiedsource source
Cornell Summer Session Offers special pricing on summer classes for individuals through their Senior Program (60+)Not Verifiedsource  source
Oakland Community College20% off (60+)Not Verifiedsource source
University of ArkansasTuition waivers (60+) (limitations when applying)Not Verifiedsource source source 

Storage Senior Discounts

Yes, we’ve even found some companies that offer storage discounts for seniors. See if you can make use of the following storage units in your area.

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
AAA Storage, Inc.First two months for $1Verifiedsource source 
All-American Mini StorageVaries Verifiedsource
Stor’em Self StorageDiscounted storage units for all senior customersVerifiedsource source 

Technology Senior Discounts

The last category on our senior discounts list includes technology discounts. So ask your cell phone carriers, and the other companies listed here, about a senior discount. No need to pay more than you have to, right?

NameDiscountVerified/Not VerifiedSource
AT&T$22.99 Senior Nation plan (65+)Verifiedsource source
Castle Ink15% discount on laser toner and printer ink cartridge (55+)Verifiedsource source 
HelloTech15% discount on all HelloTech support services (50+ and AARP members) (certain restrictions apply)Verifiedsource source source 
Que PublishingDaily 40% discount on products (50+ and AARP members) Verifiedsource source 
T-Mobile ONETwo lines for $35/line with AutoPay (55+)Verifiedsource 
Verizon WirelessSave up to $50/month (55+) (Limited offer)Verifiedsource

Types of Senior Discounts & Important Considerations

That’s it for our list of discounts for seniors. You may think some are missing. For example, people often look for a Lowes senior discount, but we haven’t found one. Again, we’d like to invite you to submit any discounts you’ve discovered. Now, what do you do with the huge selection of discounts already available? You may feel overwhelmed, so let’s discuss the different types of discounts one at the time.

Online Discounts

  • Register with a senior organization – For online discounts, as well as in-store discounts, you usually need to register with a senior organization like AARP to confirm your identity and your age. Also, many of the listed companies have their own senior cards you can use to shop or use their services. We highly recommend becoming an AARP member if you’re serious about discount shopping.
  • Coupons and promo codes – Often, many companies have promo codes and coupons for a senior discount featured on their websites. A few of the medical alert system companies we’ve reviewed use them in their marketing efforts as well. You have to confirm your age to use them as well, usually through an AARP membership or by using your ID. Of course, you can also use the promo codes that are intended for the general populace, but more often than not, you won’t be able to combine promo codes. In that case, just go with the promotion that gives you a bigger discount.
  • Unique discount codes – These discount codes for seniors will be issued to the customer only after submitting their ID. In most cases, the same code can be used all the time, or they might need to generate one every time they go shopping. This is, however, rarely the case.
  • Senior sales – To save without promo codes, keep your eyes on the selection of sale items and services applicable for a senior discount. These too may require a membership with a senior organization.

Brick-and-Mortar Discounts

Usually, it’s easier to get a discount in physical locations. Discounts are often calculated at the register, with the submission of an ID card, or, again, an AARP membership card. You can also use some of the online coupons in stores as well. It doesn’t cost a thing to ask about a discount for seniors in any store—you’ll be surprised how often you’ll be able to get a discount you didn’t know about. When people search for senior citizen discounts, Home Depot is one of the companies they are most interested in. But a lot of huge companies still don’t offer special discounts for seniors.

Exclusions & Conditions

Almost always, for both online and brick-and-mortar discounts, you need to fulfill certain conditions. Exclusions and terms for any item or service will be listed on the site, on the price tags, or you will be notified about them at the register. Nearly every discount for seniors we’ve listed has at least one limitation—whether that be an age limit, AARP membership requirement, or what region the discount is available in.

So it’s very important to visit the official websites by following the links we’ve provided to see if you’re eligible for certain discounts. That way, you’ll avoid unpleasant surprises at checkout or at the register.


Hopefully, you will find more than a few useful senior discounts among the wealth of the ones we’ve featured so far. Remember, we update the discount list often, so make sure to come back for more. Once again, we welcome you to the discussion—tell us if a listed discount isn’t valid anymore, help us with verifying the ones that still aren’t verified, and submit new ones.

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