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  I started this website for so many reasons, my family, friends and loved ones could save money. 
      Secondly,  the elderly,  disabled, and low income are struggling due to so many reason's. (Way to many to post.)
      We also, have veteran's needing homes, foods and support.  They gave their time for us and I want to help them.
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Writing--Pleasure or Pain!

by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 06/21/19

I started writing blogs a couple of years ago and found it harder to do than you think. There are times that my brain just not want to agree with my ideas. I love writing in words that everyone can read, understand, and enjoy. There are times that even news articles are written in words and passed by due to the words that are used.

I think it’s great that people are highly educated and I commend for that knowledge. The problem is all those big words can cause a lot of people misunderstanding issues and make huge mistakes.

Why can’t we go back to the older days, use normal English, and maybe things might make our country run better.

Life--How sad it has become.

by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 06/21/19

Riding into town today, I saw one of the saddest things I could have ever seen. Older gentlemen riding a bike, its snowing and freezing outside. Mind you the sidewalks are filled with snow and ice, so the man had to ride in the street. He had some groceries and was shaking his hands as if they were freezing. Cars were going by him like he didn’t matter. We slowed down so we wouldn’t throw snow, ice, or salt on him. We would have stopped to help, but our vehicle could not hold his bike, because we had my husband's wheelchair in the back. My heart was literally breaking watching this. I pray he got home safe!

Last week we saw some people laying on the cement, shaking, with just cardboard covering them, a fire nearby, trying to stay warm. I cannot believe that these people can’t be helped. We have veterans, as well as, people who have slipped thru the cracks, that are hungry, cold, and just wanting someone to care. When has this country become so cruel that we can’t find homes for these people? There are buildings, houses, and mobile homes just sitting empty, wasting away. Why?

This country gives money away every day to other countries for many reasons. We support and educate those that are here illegally, even the prisoners get a second chance. Why not to our people? Instead of worrying about a wall, hire more border patrol. Use the rest of the money, fixing up the buildings, houses, and trailers into safe houses or homes for the homeless. We need to take the time and energy to really help our country. This country needs to house, feed, cloth, educate those on the streets, and respect this country first.

Coupon Wave 101-2

by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 06/21/19

LET’S GO! Pick one or two stores; learn as much as you can about the store(s). Join the store’s savings card program, if available.

Find the store’s weekly ad circular online or in-store. Find out about the store’s coupon policy (get a copy), rain-check policy and senior or military discount program. Get a copy of the store layout from customer service or make your own aisle-by-aisle of the store?—?huge time-saver when you are organizing your coupons and making your shopping list.

COUPON —usually a small piece of printed paper that lets you get a service or product for free or at a lower price. Most important is the EXPIRATION date, the manufacturer's want you to use the coupon as soon as possible?—?Be a Confident Shopper by Understanding your Coupons.

READ THE FINE PRINT?—?Secondly, know what your reading. EXAMPLE:// (Get .50 off when you purchase two of the item. ) Or (.50 off when you purchase one item of 20oz. or larger.) Make sure you understand exactly which product sizes and variations are valid for purchase with each coupon. For example, if the coupon is for a 20-ounce bottle of Pepsi, don’t plan to use it with a 12-ounce can of Pepsi.

COUPONING?—?a good strategy to save money on food, clothing and most items. Everyone eats, buys clothing, does activities, etc.?—?save money doing so. It is not a get rich scheme, you really need to work at it but in the end, you will find it worth it.

ORGANIZATION?—?The most important thing that thrifty shoppers need to know about couponing, is to be very organized. Make sure your coupons are organized before you enter the store. Looking for coupons when you are in line can be stressful. The better the transactions go, the easier your shopping trips become.?

PEEK HOURS —If your shopping during busy hours —it can make for a very bad trip. Crowds, long lines, cashiers being frustrated. Don’t wait until the last day of the sale to shop, your store is likely to be out of the items you need! Find out your store's ordering schedule. Then shop on the days you know they will be stocked. Most stores receive shipments 3 times a week and it is always the same three days. Keep in mind the time of day the shipments come in. Ask if they have items in the back. Many times the store has not had time to re-stock.

Call right before you leave to see if your top 3 items are in stock. That will help you decide if it is worth a trip to the store. Try your three closest stores and choose the one that is stocked the best.

TRANSACTIONS —The starting of a check out (including coupons)?—?ending with a total on your grocery slip. You may have multiple transactions in one trip! Check your store policy to see how many you are allowed in one trip!

COUPON POLICY —For every store you shop?—?you need to get the store policy, not every cashier is usually updated. KNOW the store’s policies so you don’t have an issue when you’re in the checkout line. No one wants to get to the register and everything fall apart when your planning on saving money! Grocery stores, retailers and local merchants will all have different coupon policies. You may be allowed to use coupons for items that are on sale in some stores, but others won’t. There are times you may get cash back if you exceed the value of your purchase, while others may not. All stores will have different rules around rain checks, coupon, and product amounts.

?You can use one store coupon and one manufacturer’s coupon per item. If you try to use more, chances are you are violating store policy or the terms of one of the coupons you are already using.

Coupon Wave 101-1

by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 06/21/19

Well?—?— I have been told several times that using coupons are a waste of time. To some of you maybe this is true.

Do you know I’ve seen coupons sit on desks, tables, ect.?—?-to be shuffled threw a couple times and put back there. Never to be touched again till there in the trash.

I have never seen coupons grow legs, read ads, drive to the store, pick up the products?—?-collect the savings!

It does take work and I will do my best to show you how!

Couponing is your own business.

Wow! Where do I start! Research!

Well?—?-I’ve done the work for you!

1. You set goals!

2. What do I need to reach my goal?

3. How much do I need to save each week?

? ( start small -it will grow)

4. How many hours do I have to spare?

5. Get family, friends, neighbors, work buddies on board

6. I guarantee coupons grow fast!

I’m here to help you get started on your path of becoming a savvy couponer. I will show you how to find and organize your couponsset up the couponing systemslead you in every way I can.

See you tomorrow!

Coupon Wave 101-4

by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 06/21/19

Extreme Couponing?—?Collecting Coupons

You need to first set aside a few hours a week to find new coupons. You’ll find free coupons in the mail, newspapers and on the internet. You can fine alot of coupons on the internet, so most of your time is spent looking through coupon websites. Save those sites in some kinda of file?—?it makes the next search so much faster! My advice is to first gather as many coupons you can from various sources, then sort through them one by one. There are also, websites that upload electronic coupons directly to your store rewards cards.?

Grouping coupons??—?You will need to find a way to keep tabs on expiration dates and maximize your coupon grouping. Don’t rush to use the coupons immediately. In order to use coupons effectively, you will often have to use them at a later date to combine with store sales. Be aware of the expiration dates, you don’t want good coupons to go to waste.?

Start a system?—?List all multiple coupons you have. Make a plan to combine store coupons with manufacturer ones to increase savings. Take advantage of stores that double coupons for even bigger savings. Most stores have stopped the doubling of coupons, so really watch your coupons. Compare your coupons with the sales ads. Write your shopping list and ensure that you have the right coupons for the items included.?

Stacking coupons?—?Combining coupons is known as ‘stacking’ and is one of the main goals used by Thrifty couponers to save big bucks. Store sales coupon, plus Manufacturing coupon. Your favorite store is having a sale, 10 for 10, your coupon reads $.50 off. The coupon doubles?—?you get the item free. Or you have a store coupon for $.25, a manufactures coupon for $.25, put them together/doubled makes a dollar. Making that item free!

Bulk buy at bottom prices?—?It is essential to know when prices hit rock bottom. A general rule, the 6–8 week cycle. Take notes of which products go on sale, that way you know that it is the lowest price for that item. Keep a record of prices during sales so you can determine the best time to stock up.

Bulk buying?—?When buying a large quanity of items?—?contact your store manager, so he or she can order more of the items you need. This leaves items on the shelve, making everyone happy. If you have coupons for the items ordered, let the manager know, so the cashier is aware and the items can be brought out, when picking up.. Makes your shopping smother.

Loyalty program?—?Signing up for store loyalty programs, another savings. Some stores won’t allow non-members to shop at sale prices. You won’t be able to use on line special coupons unless you become a member.

?There are stores that accept coupons, don’t double or triple and limit their offers to store brand items.

Manufacturer coupons accepted up to a certain values are doubled at some grocery stores. You may use one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon per item.

If the store is out of any item you planned to buy, ask customer service for a rain check.

?

Coupon Wave 101-5

by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 12/16/18

COUPON ABBREVIATIONS and DEFINITIONS

AC--Price of an item after the coupon is deducted.

Addy-- Address, self-explanatory

ALA--Lowest price possible, depending on the coupon that is used.

ALDI--a discount grocery store chain.

All YOU---magazine with lots of manufacturer coupons and money-saving articles.

AR---The price of an item after the rebate amount is deducted.

ASAV---Refers to the size on the coupon being offered.

Barcode: Is scanned at check out to tell the computer the value of your coupon

B1G1 --- Buy 1 get 1 FREE

BEEP --- A sound the register makes when the coupon is scanned but is not accepted.

BERRY CART--- App where users can earn cash for free products.

BLINKIES---Small red/black Boxes in the grocery isles, below the item on sale, which spits out coupons

BOGO/BIG 1- Buy 1/ Get 1 free of the same item

BoG1 or B2Go---Buy 2 to get one free

BOLO---Be on the lookout for a certain coupon

BOTTLE TAG ----Coupon found around the neck

BR-BALANCE REWARD---Walgreens reward Program

BRICK---Printable coupon

Brickseek--- A website -- search for items using SKU or UPC numbers and zip.

BTFE---Box Top for Education

CARTWHEEL--- Target Discount--A Cartwheel app that can be used on Smartphones, or you can access it from your computer and print the list and barcode.

CAT or CATALINA COUPON --- prints at the time of purchase by a separate machine next to the register.

CC ------ Competitor's coupon

CPN-----Coupon

CHECK OUT 51-----free cashback website where members earn cash back for purchasing select products.

CLFE----Campbell's Labels for Education

CRT ---- Cash register tape coupons that print on the bottom.

CS----Customer service

DND ----- Do not double

DNT---------Do not triple

DQ----Coupons that are loaded onto a store card.

ECB ---- (CVS)-(Extra care bucks) ------ prints at the time of purchase by a separate machine next to the register

Ea. --- Each - individual item

ECB---CVS reward program

E-Coupons----Electronic Coupons added to loyalty cards or cell phone

ES Easy Saver---Rebate booklet

ETS-----coupon that cannot be used towards the purchase of the trial/travel sizes of the product.

EX or X ---- Expires On

EXP --- Coupon Expiration Date: Do not try to use the coupon after the expiration date. The dots behind the expiration date are a security feature and should always show up, even on a black and white coupon.

EXT ---- Excludes Travel Size

FAR ----- Free after rebate

FB-----Means a coupon that is on the Facebook page.

FILLER ---- Item Purchased to Reach a Minimum Total in Order to Get a “Deal”

FREE ITEMS COUPON---You will receive this product at no cost to you

GC ---- Gift Card GM----General Mills coupon insert found in Sunday papers

GDA------Good Deal Alert

Groupon----Daily Deal Site

HOT-----Hot deal or coupon

HT------Tag that is placed on the neck of products including wine. Often includes a coupon or rebate.

HTH ----- Hope That Helps

INSERTS----Loose coupon leaflets found in Sunday papers

Ibotta------ Earn cash on select products that are purchased.

IP ---- Internet printed coupon

IS --- In-store

ISO ---- In search of

IVC ----- Instant Value Coupons(WAGS) ----- prints at the time of purchase by a separate machine next to the register.

JFY---Coupons sent to you by e-mail

KFR----Kellogg's reward program

MANU - Manufacture coupon

MIR --- Mail in rebate

MFR or MQ --- Manufacturer Coupons

MM -- Money Maker

NLA --- No longer available

NED ----- No Expiration Date

NP -- Newspaper inserts

OAS-----On any size (Some coupons state the size to buy)

OOP ---- Out of pocket

OOS-----Out of stock

OTC----Over the counter (Pertains to meds, drugs that does not need a prescription)

OVERAGE---Cash paid to you--when your coupon goes over the cost of the product

OYNO --- ON your next order

OYNP-------On your next purchase

PEELIES --Coupons you peel from package to use during your current purchase.

PDF------Coupons that do not require installations.

P&G --- Proctor & Gamble Insert

POP----Proof of Purchase---(used when sending in a MIR)

PRICE MATCH----Stores matching another store ad.

PRINTED COUPONS --- Coupons printed from the internet

PROMO CODE --- Another name for an online coupon code.

PSA------Pricing starting at

Q --- Coupon

RAIN CHECK--- A ticket that allows you to purchase an item that was out of stock at the time of a sale. This can not be done for a Catalina. It can be done only on the sale price

REBATE ---A check from a Manufacturing Co. for purchasing one of there products

RP ---- Red Plum insert

RR ---- Register Rewards(WAGS)(aka Jingle Cash)- prints at the time of purchase by a separate machine next to the register

SALE---The sale of a product.

SC --- Store coupon

SCR -- (Rite-Aid) -----single check rebate

SKU -- numbers that stores use to keep track of inventory - a clump of numbers after the description of the item

SS --- Smart Source Insert

STACKING -- Using a store coupon/w manufactured coupon on the same product.

STOCKPILE---The area where you keep all of your extra items

STOCKPILING---where lots of extra items that are not needed are stored for a long period of time

TEARPAD ---- A pad of coupons or refunds usually found by item on sale, on store bulletin board, or by the service desk

TMF -- Try me free

UPC -- Universal product code

USP -- (Up reward) Rite-aid Reward program

UFT -- Up for trade Unique Serial number: Each coupon printed has it’s own unique number in this area to detect fraudulent copies.

WAGS---Walgreens--prints from a special machine next to the register.

WFC -- Weekly flyer coupons

WYB - When you buy (when you get a free item -after you purchase so many items)

YMMV -Your miles may vary (This means the store policies may have changed due to the location of the stores) Any abbreviation with an "e" offer means its found on the internet.

Coupon Wave 101-3

by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 12/16/18

FINDING COUPONS — — Clipping coupons from different sources will provide you with a lot of options for products and deals. Once you're ready to start getting COUPONS, you will find several different ways to do this. Make sure you get the store weekly advertisements, so you can compare with the Newspapers, magazines, internet, e-mails, e-coupons, store cards, tear pads, store ads, the ad machines in the store aisles, manufacturers, friends, family, coupon clubs, ect.

When you PRINT coupons — you can only print 2 of each item, from each coupon site!

Coupon sites change coupons about every 7 to 10 days. Don’t use photocopied coupons. Unless the store is providing them, using photocopied coupons may be considered coupon fraud, which is against the law.

COUPON.COM: —http://bcg.coupons.com/link/index/1192440001/153741

Here are some basic rules you should follow when couponing.

Coupon theft is on the rise. People are stealing coupon inserts, from store newspapers or from newspapers other people have already paid for. This is not being honest! Then, in turn, are selling these on the internet.

Tear Pads: --Vendors put tear pads and coupons out by their products. This is a favor to the consumer. Take a couple of these, but please do not take the whole pad or an excessive amount that is just RUDE! These are not put out for people to sell, this is a promotional tool to see what response the product is getting.

Peelies-- Coupons found on products. These coupons are put on certain products in order to sell them faster. Do not remove them and save them for later. Buy the product and use the coupon at checkout. These are not also not to be removed for sale.

Blinkies--Found in the aisle at the store spitting out of a black box. The box usually has a red blinking light on it. Take a few of these — -saving them for a sale if you are going to buy the product. Otherwise, leave them for the next shopper. These also are not to be sold.

Stores ads —Can be combined with manufacturers coupons, for even more savings. Please do not take a stack of ads from a store in order to hold for yourself. You are not the only person trying to save money.

Many couponers love getting a large number of items for nothing (or next to nothing), only do this if you can actually use that amount. Don’t be greedy and leave the shelves bare, be considerate of your fellow shoppers and take only what you know you and your family will actually use.

Avoid shopping at 5 pm, fellow shoppers are trying to buy groceries for dinner. Cashiers, fellow shoppers that are waiting in line will get stressed out, which ends up being a bad day. Shop when the store tends to be less crowded, such as later at night or early in the morning.

You discover while at the store that you can’t use a coupon and it is still valid, leave it for someone else who may be able to make use of it.

The shopper behind you has one item and no coupons, you have several items and coupons, let them go ahead of you. This is common courtesy and will give Couponers a better name.

Extreme Couponing — Collecting Coupons

You need to first set aside a few hours a week to find new coupons. You’ll find free coupons in the mail, newspapers and on the internet. You can find a lot of coupons on the internet, so most of your time is spent looking through coupon websites. Save those sites in some kinda of file — it makes the next search so much faster! My advice is to first gather as many coupons you can from various sources, then sort through them one by one. There are also, websites that upload electronic coupons directly to your store rewards cards.

Grouping coupons — You will need to find a way to keep tabs on expiration dates and maximize your coupon grouping. Don’t rush to use the coupons immediately. In order to use coupons effectively, you will often have to use them at a later date to combine with store sales. Be aware of the expiration dates, you don’t want good coupons to go to waste.

Start a system — List all multiple coupons you have. Make a plan to combine store coupons with manufacturer ones to increase savings. Take advantage of stores that double coupons for even bigger savings. Most stores have stopped the doubling of coupons, so really watch your coupons. Compare your coupons with the sales ads. Write your shopping list and ensure that you have the right coupons for the items included.

Stacking coupons — Combining coupons is known as ‘stacking’ and is one of the main goals used by Thrifty couponers to save big bucks. Store sales coupon, plus Manufacturing coupon. Your favorite store is having a sale, 10 for 10, your coupon reads $.50 off. IF the coupon doubles — you get the item free. Or you have a store coupon for $.25, a manufactures coupon for $.25, put them together/doubled makes a dollar. Making that item free!

Bulk buy at bottom prices — It is essential to know when prices hit rock bottom. A general rule, the 6–8 week cycle. Take notes of which products go on sale, that way you know that it is the lowest price for that item. Keep a record of prices during sales so you can determine the best time to stock up.

Bulk buying — When buying a large number of items — contact your store manager, so he or she can order more of the items you need. This leaves items on the shelve, making everyone happy. If you have coupons for the items ordered, let the manager know, so the cashier is aware and the items can be brought out when picking up.. Makes your shopping smoother.

Loyalty program — Signing up for store loyalty programs, another saving. Some stores won’t allow non-members to shop at sale prices. You won’t be able to use online special coupons unless you become a member.

There are stores that accept coupons but don’t double or triple and limit their offers to store brand items.

Manufacturer coupons are accepted up to a certain value and are doubled at some grocery stores. You may use one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon per item.

If the store is out of any item you planned to buy, ask customer service for a rain check.


Rimm Associates Coupon Wave!

by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 12/16/18


I have searched for many years putting together all the information that I am going to be giving you. There are so many people that are in need of help, and truly have no idea where to go! It’s so difficult to trust things on the internet at times since scammers are everywhere anymore.

I’m wanting to help all that I can. My website was started to help everyone, not for me to get rich. I pay for the website out of my pocket. It includes 26 separate pages of different categories, coupons, freebies, jobs, military, medical, education, sales and so much more.

Rimm Associates — http://rimmassociates.com/

Let me tell you, I have worked over 20 years with the veterans, disabled, charities and homeless. I became disabled with a brain tumor, causing me to be pretty much deft and other disabling issues. It wasn’t that I became disabled, but that I couldn’t help out in the public anymore. I gave a great deal of thought of what I could do to still help. That’s how my website began. Now as I said earlier it has 26 pages, my facebook pages and groups are resting at 25, 34 boards on Pinterest, tons of social media, and much more.

Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/loveabledee1954

Pinterest — https://www.pinterest.com/loveabledee1954/

Well enough about all that. I really hope that some of you can really use this information.

Well — — I have been told several times that using coupons are a waste of time. To some of you maybe this is true.

Do you know I’ve seen coupons sit on desks, tables, ect. — -to be shuffled through a couple times and put back there. Never to be touched again till there in the trash.

I have never seen coupons grow legs, read ads, drive to the store, pick up the products — -collect the savings!

It does take work and I will do my best to show you how!

Couponing is your own business.

Wow! Where do I start! Research!

Well — -I’ve done the work for you!

1. You set goals!

2. What do I need to reach my goal?

3. How much do I need to save each week?

( start small -it will grow)

4. How many hours do I have to spare?

5. Get family, friends, neighbors, work buddies on board

6. I guarantee coupons grow fast!

I’m here to help you get started on your path of becoming a savvy couponer. I will show you how to find and organize your couponsset up the couponing systemslead you in every way I can.

LET’S GO! Pick one or two stores; learn as much as you can about the store(s). Join the store’s savings card program, if available.

Find the store’s weekly ad circular online or in-store. Find out about the store’s coupon policy (get a copy), rain-check policy and senior or military discount program. Get a copy of the store layout from customer service or make your own aisle-by-aisle of the store — huge time-saver when you are organizing your coupons and making your shopping list.

COUPON:— — usually a small piece of printed paper that lets you get a service or product for free or at a lower price. Most important is the EXPIRATION date, the manufacturer's want you to use the coupon as soon as possible — Be a Confident Shopper by Understanding your Coupons.

READ THE FINE PRINT:---Secondly is know what your reading. — — EXAMPLE:// ( Get .50 off when you purchase two of the item. ) Or (.50 off when you purchase one item of 20oz. or larger.) Make sure you understand exactly which product sizes and variations are valid for purchase with each coupon. For example, if the coupon is for a 20-ounce bottle of Pepsi, don’t plan to use it with a 12-ounce can of Pepsi.

Couponing: — — a good strategy to save money on food, clothing and most items. Everyone eats, buys clothing, does activities, ect. — save money doing so. It is not a get rich scheme, you really need to work at it but in the end, you will find it worth it.

ORGANIZATION: — — The most important thing that thrifty shoppers need to know about couponing, is to be very organized. Make sure your coupons are organized before you enter the store. Looking for coupons when you are in line can be stressful. The smoother the transactions goes, the easier your shopping trips become.

PEEK HOURS: — — If your shopping during busy hours — — it can make for a very bad trip. Crowds, long lines, cashiers being frustrated. Don’t wait until the last day of the sale to shop, your store is likely to be out of the items you need! Find out your store's ordering schedule. Then shop on the days you know they will be stocked. Most stores receive shipments 3 times a week and it is always the same three days. Keep in mind the time of day the shipments come in. Ask if they have items in the back. Many times the store has not had time to re-stock.

Call right before you leave to see if your top 3 items are in stock. That will help you decide if it is worth a trip to the store. Try your three closest stores and choose the one that is stocked the best.

TRANSACTIONS — — The starting of a check out (including coupons) — -ending with a total on your grocery slip. You may have multiple transactions in one trip! Check your store policy to see how many you are allowed in one trip!

COUPON POLICY — — -For every store you shop — you need to get the store policy, not every cashier is usually updated. KNOW the store’s policies so you don’t have an issue when you’re in the checkout line. No one wants to get to the register and everything fall apart when your planning on saving money! Grocery stores, retailers and local merchants will all have different coupon policies. You may be allowed to use coupons for items that are on sale in some stores, but others won’t. There are times you may get cash back if you exceed the value of your purchase, while others may not. All stores will have different rules around rain checks, coupon and product amounts.

You can use one store coupon and one manufacturer’s coupon per item. If you try to use more, chances are you are violating store policy or the terms of one of the coupons you are already using.

I have so much to tell you, it's going to take many small stories.

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by Darlene Lavoy-Eddington on 12/16/18

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         DISCOUNTS FOR SENIORS --55+            

      YOU must ASK for your discount !  Make sure you have your discount cards with you!
                         Please remember not all area's will have the same discounts.

RESTAURANTS:
Applebee's: 15% off with Golden Apple Card (60+)(varies by location) Possible 
Arby's: 10% off ( 55 +)
A&W: Senior Discount All American Food: 10% 
Backyard Burger: Free drink with purchase
Ben & Jerry's: 10% off (60+)
Bennigan's: discount varies by location (60+)
Bob's Big Boy: discount varies by location (60+)
Bonefish Grill Senior Discount: AARP members 10% off 
Boston Market: 10% off (65+)
Bubba Gump Shrimp Company: 10% off for AARP Members, 10% military discount verified
Burger King Senior Discount: 10% off (60+)
Captain D’s Seafood: “Happy Wednesday Offer” Choice of 8 meals + drink for $4.99 or less
Carrabba’s Italian Grill: 10% off entire meal for AARP Members
Carrows Restaurants: Golden 55 Menu: Offers discounted breakfast, lunch & dinner (55+) 
Chart House: 10% off for AARP members only verified
Chick-Fil-A: 10% off or free small drink or coffee ( 55+)
Chili's: 10% off ( 55+)
CiCi's Pizza: 10% off (60+)
Claim Jumper: 10% off for AARP members
Corky’s Homestyle Kitchen & Bakery: Offers special senior menu AND a Senior’s Frequent 
Country Kitchen: Great Senior Menu (55+) verified
Culvers: 10% off senior discount (60+)
Dairy Queen: 10% off for seniors 
Diner Card:(buy 9 get 1 free) (55+) 
Denny's: 10% off, 20% off for AARP members ( 55 +)
Dunkin' Donuts: 10% off or free coffee ( 55+)
Einstein's Bagels: 10% off baker's dozen of bagels (60+)
El Pollo Loco: 10% senior discount (60+), 15% military discount
Fazoli’s: Join “Club 62” for special senior menu items 
Friendly’s Restaurants: 10% off meal w/ free coffee at breakfast or free small Sunday during non-breakfast hours
Fuddrucker's: 10% off any senior platter ( 55+)
Gatti's Pizza: 10% off (60+)
Golden Corral: 10% off (60+)
Hardee's: $0.33 beverages everyday (65+)
IHOP: 10% off ( 55+)
Jack in the Box: up to 20% off ( 55+)
KFC: free small drink with any meal ( 55+)
Krispy Kreme: 10% off ( 50+)
Landry’s Seafood Senior Discounts: 10% off for AARP members
Long John Silver's: various discounts at locations ( 55+)
McCormick & Schmick’s: 10% savings on food and beverages
McDonald's: discounts on coffee everyday ( 55+)
Mrs. Fields: 10% off at participating locations (60+)
Old Country Buffet: Daily discounts for seniors (55+) 
Outback Steakhouse: 10% off AARP members for meals
Papa John’s Senior Discount: 
Perkins Restaurants: Fifty-Five Plus menu Offers special deals 
Polo Tropical: 10% off (50+)
Ponderosa Steak Houses: Senior Discounts Vary- Senior menu available (60+)
Rainforrest Cafe: 10% off for AARP members (50+)
Richie Roman’s Barbecue: 10% off (52+)
SaltGrass Senior Discounts: Save 10% for AARP members (50+)
Sizzler: Offers “Honored Guest Menu” (60+) 
Shoney's: 10% off
Sonic: 10% off or free beverage (60+)
Souplantation: Senior Meal deals Mon-Thu 2-5pm $7.99 all u can eat 
Steak 'n Shake: 10% off every Monday & Tuesday ( 50+)
Subway: 10% off (60+)
Sweet Tomatoes: 10% off (62+)
Taco Bell : 5% off; free beverages for seniors (65+)
TCBY: 10% off ( 55+)
Tea Room Cafe: 10% off ( 50+)
The Oceanaire Seafood Room: AARP members receive 10% off of food 
The Old Spaghetti Factory: Spaghetti Factory “Senior Menu” 
​Traditions Restaurant (East TX): Senior platter meal for $4.71 (50+) 
Uno Pizzaria & Grill: “Double Nickel Club” 25% off on Wednesday (55+) 
Village Inn: 10% off (60+)
Waffle House: 10% off every Monday (60+)
Wendy's: 10% off ( 55 +)
Whataburger: 10% off (62+)
White Castle: 10% off (62+) This is for me ... if I ever see one again.

RETAIL & APPAREL:
Banana Republic: 30% off ( 50 +)
Bealls: 20% off first Tuesday of each month ( 50 +)
Belk's: 15% off first Tuesday of every month ( 55 +)
Big Lots: 30% off
Bon-Ton Department Stores: 15% off on senior discount days ( 55 +)
C.J. Banks: 10% off every Wednesday (50+)
Clarks : 10% off (62+)
Dress Barn: 20% off ( 55+)
Goodwill: 10% off one day a week (date varies by location)
Hallmark: 10% off one day a week (date varies by location)
Kmart: 40% off (Wednesdays only) ( 50+)
Kohl's: 15% off (60+)Modell's Sporting Goods: 30% off
Rite Aid: 10% off on Tuesdays & 10% off prescriptions
Ross Stores: 10% off every Tuesday ( 55+)
The Salvation Army Thrift Stores: up to 50% off ( 55+)
Stein Mart: 20% off red dot/clearance items first Monday of every month ( 55 +)

GROCERY:
Albertson's: 10% off first Wednesday of each month ( 55 +)
American Discount Stores: 10% off every Monday ( 50 +)
Compare Foods Supermarket: 10% off every Wednesday (60+)
DeCicco Family Markets: 5% off every Wednesday (60+)
Food Lion: 60% off every Monday (60+)
Fry's Supermarket: free Fry's VIP Club Membership & 10% off every Monday ( 55 +)
Great Valu Food Store: 5% off every Tuesday (60+)
Gristedes Supermarket: 10% off every Tuesday (60+)
Harris Teeter: 5% off every Tuesday (60+)
Hy-Vee: 5% off one day a week (date varies by location)
Kroger: 10% off (date varies by location)
Morton Williams Supermarket: 5% off every Tuesday (60+)
The Plant Shed: 10% off every Tuesday ( 50 +)
Publix: 15% off every Wednesday ( 55 +)
Rogers Marketplace: 5% off every Thursday (60+)
Uncle Guiseppe's Marketplace: 15% off (62+)

Hair:
Great Clips: $8 off hair cuts (60+)
Supercuts: $8 off haircuts (60+)

TRAVEL:
Airlines:
Alaska Airlines: 50% off (65+)
American Airlines: various discounts for 50% off non-peak periods (Tuesdays - Thursdays) (62+)and up (call before booking for discount)
Continental Airlines: no initiation fee for Continental Presidents Club & special fares for select destinations
Southwest Airlines: various discounts for ages 65 and up (call before booking for discount)
United Airlines: various discounts for ages 65 and up (call before booking for discount)
U.S. Airways: various discounts for ages 65 and up (call before booking for discount)

Rail:
Amtrak: 15% off (62+)

Bus:
Greyhound: 15% off (62+)
Trailways Transportation System: various discounts for ages 50+

Car Rental:
Alamo Car Rental: up to 25% off for AARP members
Avis: up to 25% off for AARP members
Budget Rental Cars: 40% off; up to 50% off for AARP members ( 50+)
Dollar Rent-A-Car: 10% off ( 50+) Enterprise Rent-A-Car: 5% off for AARP members Hertz: up to 25% off for AARP members
National Rent-A-Car: up to 30% off for AARP members

Hotel's-Motel's:
Best Western: 40% off (55+)
Cambria Suites: 20%-30% off (60+)
Choice Hotels – 10% discount if you book in advance (60+
Clarion Motels: 20%-30% off (60+)
Comfort Inn: 20%-30% off (60+)
Comfort Suites: 20%-30% off (60+)
Econo Lodge: 40% off (60+)
Hampton Inns & Suites: 10% off when booked 72 hours in advance
Holiday Inn: 20-40% off depending on location (62+)
Hyatt Hotels: 25%-50% off (62+)
InterContinental Hotels Group: various discounts at all hotels (65+)
La Quinta – varying offers at participating locations (65+)
Mainstay Suites: 10% off with Mature Traveler's Discount (50+); 20%-30% off (60+)
Marriott Hotels: 25% off (62+)
Motel 6: Stay Free Sunday nights  (60+)
Myrtle Beach Resort: 30% off ( 55 +)
Omni Hotels – varying offers at participating locations (55+)
Quality Inn: 40%-50% off (60+)
Red Roof Inn – option of “senior rate” when you book online, may not be available for all 
Rodeway Inn: 20%-30% off (60+)
Sleep Inn: 40% off (60+)
Waldorf Astoria - NYC $5,000 off nightly rate for Presidential Suite (55 +)
Wyndham Hotels – varying offers at participating locations (60+)

ENTERTAINMENT:
AMC Theaters: up to 30% off ( 55 +)
Bally Total Fitness: $100 off memberships (62+)
Busch Gardens Tampa, FL: $13 off one-day tickets ( 50 +)
Carmike Cinemas: 35% off (65+)
Cinemark/Century Theaters: up to 35% off
Massage Envy - NYC: 20% off all "Happy Endings" (62 +)
U.S. National Parks: $10 lifetime pass; 50% off additional services including camping (62+)
Regal Cinemas: 50% off Ripley's Believe it or Not: @ off one-day ticket ( 55 +)
SeaWorld, Orlando , FL : $3 off one-day tickets ( 50 +)

CELL PHONE DISCOUNTS :
AT&T: Special Senior Nation 200 Plan $19.99/month (65+)
Jitterbug: $10/month cell phone service ( 50 +)
Verizon Wireless: Verizon Nationwide 65 Plus Plan $29.99/month (65+).

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