RESTAURANTS who give SENIOR Discounts

Discounts may vary at different locations

GROCERY AND DRUG STORE DISCOUNTS

 

Discounts may vary at different locations

 

Grocery Stores

55+

Farm Fresh
5% discount every Tuesday and Thursday.

Hy-Vee
Varies by location. Often 5% off on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. Some stores set the age at 65+.

Piggly Wiggly
Varies by location. Often 5% off one day a week.

60+

BI-LO
5% savings on Wednesdays with a Senior Bonus Card.

Harris Teeter
5% off every Thursday.

Kroger
Often 5% off on Wednesdays, though Kroger has ended senior discounts in some markets.

Publix
Varies by location. Often 5% off on Wednesdays.

ShopRite
Varies by location. Often 5% to 10% off on Tuesdays or Wednesdays.

62+

Hannaford
No chainwide discount. Some locations reportedly offer 5% off on Tuesdays.

 

Drugstores

50+ and 55+

Walgreens 
Up to 20% off on Senior Savings Day, the first Tuesday of the month, for 55+ and AARP members.

65+

Rite Aid 
20% off non-prescription purchases the first Wednesday of every month in the wellness65+ program.

 

 

DISCOUNTS at MOVIE THEATERS

You can order your movie tickets online and either print them out or show them your phone when you get to the movies.  If you are a senior "on the edge" or under 65, check to see what your movie theater considers to be SENIOR.

  

www.fandango.com  is the main site to order movie tickets in advance but not all theaters use fandango.  It's a good place to start your search.

 

Most Movie Theaters Offer Discounts for Seniors, often the same as a Child Price during Evening Hours, OR the same as their Matinee Prices for all. The below example is a movie price in Mt. Pleasant, showing Seniors save $2.00. 

 

 

Adult x $8.49 =
Senior x $6.50 =
Child x $6.50 =

 

 

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