Thursday, September 26, 2013

*UPDATED* Heroes at Home Wish Registry (Sears) Acceptance Email

If you registered for this program you should have received an email from Sears today. This is what the email looked like:

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Military Discounts in Park City, Utah

I was searching for something else and I came across this cool page dedicated to discounts in a random ski resort town. The city is Park City, Utah. Check out their page HERE

Monday, September 9, 2013

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Military Discount

From September 9-15th, Military members and their families can visit the Colorado Springs Cheyenne Mountain Zoo for only $5.25 (Military discount prices are normally $11.25 for adults and 7.25 for Children) Remember all children 2 and under get in for FREE

For a list of all our US Military Zoo Discounts visit our page deals4military.blogspot.com/zoo-discounts. Some of the Zoos that offer free admission for military include

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Cartridge Ink (10% Military Discount) + Little Caesars (20% off for Military)


Recently I had to buy a Ink Cartridge for our hp printer. I checked around and found that Cartridge World offers a 10% off discount for Military Members. They required a military ID card at checkout.  Click here to visit their website. For my home printer, the cost there was about $11 for refills or $21 for XL refills.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

American Express - Waives Annual Fees for Active Duty Cardholders


I recently learned that American Express waives all credit card fees for Active Duty Military members. I was informed by a military financial site called MilitaryMoneyManual. Their facebook page gives a couple examples of people getting reimbursed over $2000 for past fees

American Express has some awesome credit cards, like Blue Cash Preferred that gives 6% back on groceries or Airline Credit Cards that have 60,000+ mile sign on bonuses. These cards sometimes have annual fees which can be anywhere from $50-$499.

Take advantage of this great offer if you have an American Express card and free your self of the annual fees!

Chase Bank also will waive all fees. Read our post about Chase here