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With the arrival of spring, veterans have a variety of savings available, including on health and fitness, hotels and lodging, airfare, cruises and cellphone plans. Whether you’re interested in staying fit, planning a trip or upgrading your technology, these discounts provide an opportunity to prepare for the new season and save money.
For even more savings, check out our curated lists of military clothing and retail discounts as well as deals on dining, home, tech and entertainment.
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Health and fitness
AvaCare Medical. All current and former military members and their immediate families are eligible for a 5 percent discount on all medical supplies.
Just Walkers. Free shipping is available on all mobility aids for active and retired military members and their dependents. After placing an order, fill out the form on the linked web page to redeem.
Lasik Plus. Veterans and active military members may take 20 percent off standard prices or 5 percent off promotional prices of Lasik or PRK procedures.
Military Tee Times. Veterans, active military members and their families may take 15 percent off tee time at thousands of golf courses nationwide.
Peloton. Active or retired military members may receive a discount up to $200 off accessories with the purchase of a Peloton Bike, Bike + or Tread.
Pure Formulas. Service members and veterans may take a 10 percent discount off their first online order.
Tommie Cooper. Active or retired military may take 15 percent off online orders.
Tonal. Active duty, veterans and their dependents may receive a one-time discount up to $200 with coupon at checkout.
24 Hour Fitness. Active and reserve military members may have their initiation fee waived and receive $5 off monthly dues.
Travel and lodging
Allegiant Air. Active duty, reserves and veterans may carry up to two free checked bags and are waived fees for oversized checked baggage.
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