Although Memorial Day (Monday, May 29) hasn’t officially arrived, the sales have already started to hit some major shopping outlets.
Make your Memorial Day shopping excursion an easy one with this quick shopping guide.
If you’ve been looking for a new pair of jeans, head to 3×1 between May 26 and May 29 for a 25 percent off discount (sale items only). Just enter the code “MDW25” at checkout.
Whether you need furniture, new paint, or a gas grill, ACE Hardware’s Memorial Day sale (May 24 through May 29) will probably have everything you need.
Flash your military ID and receive 15 percent off your total regular and sale purchase each time you shop at A.C. Moore.
The appliance store AJ Madison is offering up to 40 percent off dishwashers, refrigerators, and more. And depending on what you buy, you could also score free shipping.
Amazon offers daily deals, so it’d be a good place to start your virtual shopping trip. Plus, if you sign up for Prime, you can get same-day shipping for your last-minute summer must-haves.
Active-duty U.S. military personnel, their spouses, and their dependents are eligible for a 10 percent discount on the lowest available rail fare on most Amtrak trains.
Bass Pro Shops
Between the 15th and the 21st of each month, Bass Pro Shops offers Military Discount Days at their Outdoor World retail stores. Active and retired military personnel can receive up to a 10 percent discount with a proper photo ID.
Designer brand BCBG is offering 30 percent off its site between May 24 and May 30.
Between May 24 and May 30, Birch Lane is offering customers 20 percent off of select home décor pieces. Use the code “SUPER” at checkout.
Get 25 percent off any family meal with Boston Market’s Memorial Day coupon.
Brides Across America
Getting married? Brides Across America partners with bridal salons across the country to give away wedding gowns to two lucky military brides a year.
Between May 25 and May 29, jewelry retailer BaubleBar is offering up to 70 percent off its selection of chokers, statement earrings, and more.
Active military, retired military, and active reserves receive a five percent discount every day of the year.
Cedar Fair Amusement Park
Cedar Fair is hosting a Military Appreciation event between May 25 and May 29 (dates may vary by location). Any member of the armed service, active or veteran, will receive one free admission ticket.
Check the following Cedar Fair websites for more info about each specific location’s celebration.
- California’s Great America (Santa Clara, CA)
- Carowinds (Charlotte, NC)
- Cedar Point (Sandusky, OH)
- Dorney Park (Allentown, PA)
- Kings Dominion (Doswell, VA)
- Kings Island (Kings Mills, OH)
- Knott’s Berry Farm (Buena Park, CA)
- Michigan’s Adventure (Muskegon, MI)
- Valleyfair (Shakopee, MN)
- Worlds of Fun/Oceans of Fun (Kansas City, MO)
Coach is offering up to 50 percent off select bags, shoes, and more.
Looking for new kicks? Foot locker is giving U.S. military, active and retired, a 20 percent discount on all FootLocker.com purchases.
Keds is giving shoppers $20 off orders of $75 or more through May 29. Just enter the code “SUMMER20” at checkout.
Starting May 25, Levi’s is offering a 30 percent off discount when customers use the code “MEM30” at checkout.
McCormick & Schmick’s
McCormick & Schmick’s is giving all active members of the U.S. military, National Guard, and veterans a complimentary lunch or dinner entrée on Memorial Day.
Show your military ID card at any Michael’s Arts & Crafts to receive a 15 percent off discount.
All National Parks offer U.S. military members and their dependents free annual passes.
New Balance – the official Dad shoe of America – is offering a 15 percent off discount on all purchases between May 26 and May 30. Just use the code “MEMORIAL15” at checkout.
Twin Peaks Restaurant
Twin Peaks is giving all veterans and active military personnel a free meal on Memorial Day.
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