If you thought military discounts were just for tactical gear, think again. Fathead, for instance, offers a 10% military discount on online purchases of its removable, reusable wall decals. So, go ahead and redecorate with Andre the Giant.
All discounts noted in this gallery are for online purchases (though some may apply to in-store and phone purchases as well). Sellers have different ways of confirming military service, so be sure to confirm restrictions, eligibility and registration requirements with each merchant.
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Sold via the NBA Store, Beats' Studio3 wireless headphones offer three hours of play time from just a 10-minute charge, not to mention a design shout-out to the Golden State Warriors. Per ID.me, the NBA Store offers a 15% military discount.
SiriusXM offers as many as 150-plus commercial-free satellite- and streaming-radio channels, including the '90s-entrenched, Nirvana-loving Lithium. Members of the military are eligible for a 25% discount on subscriptions -- for the duration of the subscriptions.
We called iRobot's new Roomba i7+ "magical" for good reason. This vacuum robot cleans your floors via voice command and then empties its own bin.
According to ID.me, which works with some e-commerce companies to help verify user credentials, iRobot offers military discounts of up to 15%.
Sprint offers a discounted Unlimited Military Plan for military members and veterans. Additionally, the wireless company donates $10 to the Fisher House Foundation, serving military and veterans' families, for every new line activated by active-duty personnel, reserve members and vets.
This OtterBox Defender Series will protect your Galaxy S10 from life and other disasters. When purchased through AT&T, you can get a 25% military discount in a limited-time deal on accessories. AT&T also regularly offers an array of military discounts on its phone, TV and internet services.