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‘Geezer deals’ highlighted on National Senior Citizens Day – The Tennessean

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Labor Day weekend is all about the deal! Emily Drooby (@emilydrooby) tells you where to go for freebies and discounts. Buzz60

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Ms Cheap enjoys her free senior drink at a Florida Whataburger.(Photo: Mary Hance / The Tennessean)Buy Photo

As a senior (albeit a young senior in my mind) I am accustomed to asking for my senior discount at Publix, my senior coffee at McDonald‘s and my senior ticket to the movies and area attractions.

But when I saw a blog listing of national senior discounts in celebration of National Senior Citizens Day , I realized that I have been missing out. Big time. 

The senior discount list, put out by offers.com[1] is the most comprehensive I have ever seen, with 140 offers that seniors (young and old) can cash in on.

Restaurants, retail, travel, entertainment and more. And some only require you to be 50!

Pro-tip:

Asking is crucial to getting these discounts (my college roommate calls them “geezer deals”), because most of these places are NOT going to take a chance on insulting you by asking you if you are a senior. 

So ask away, and you shall receive! Happily.   

Restaurant and fast dining deals: 

On the food front, I surely wish I had known that Krispy Kreme offers a 10 percent discount all the time for people 50 and older. No telling how much I could have saved since I turned 50. Not that I eat donuts every day, but….. 

I was also unaware of the 10 percent off  offer at Dairy Queen and the free refillable drinks that seniors can ask for at most Chick-fil-A.

The offers.com list includes senior special meals at Captain D’s (a choice between eight super senior meals, including drink for $4.49 for 62 + on Sunday and Wednesday) and Fazoli’s, ($4 for a senior pasta with side salad on Wednesdays for members of the Fazoli Club 62+) I’m doing it!

I was also unaware of the senior meal deals at IHOP. The menu offers an assortment of 55+ “perfect portion/perfect price” options ranging from omelettes or a stack of pancakes to a “Breakfast sampler” that has it all. And all of the choices are $6.99 or less.  

And I was happy to learn about the free drinks for seniors (55+) at Whataburger  since the Century City, Fla. location is our lunch stop of choice when we travel to the Gulf Coast.

It is such a shame that all these years, I have been ordering tap water to go with my Justaburger, when I could have had a nice free refreshing senior iced tea!

Retail, travel and other really good deals: 

On the retail side, I have often taken advantage of the Belk 15 percent off first Tuesday Senior Day that is frequently advertised in the Tennessean, but I had somehow been oblivious to the 15 percent off at Kohl’s for people 60 and older on Wednesdays.

Wonder if I could couple that discount with some other Kohl’s promotions and throw in some Kohl’s Cash to end up with a serious senior shopping spree? I’m going to see about that.

And I find that a lot of people don’t know about the monthly Walgreens senior day, where shoppers 55 and older with a Balance Rewards card, get 20 percent off eligible regular priced merchandise.   

There are lots of bargain offers out there for seniors, on hotels, everything from Motel 6 to Marriott, plus travel deals including Rail Europe and Southwest Airlines, and discounts on services like haircuts at Great Clips and Supercuts.        

Some of the offers don’t even specify how old you have to be – I guess they trust people not to lie about their age once they get to the golden years. And most of these offers do not require AARP memberships. You just simply have to be  to  of age. 

And again, you have to ask! 

This is a case of knowledge being power — power to save and definitely news (and savings)  we seniors – young and old – can use. 

Thank you offers.com.

To see the entire list of senior offers, visit https://www.offers.com/blog/post/senior-discounts/[2] 

P.S. Offer.com adds this disclaimer to its list: “Please read all coupon details and call your local store to make sure the offer is eligible for your location.”

Stay cheap!

Reach Ms. Cheap at 615-259-8282 or [email protected] Follow her on Facebook at facebook.com/mscheap, and at Tennessean.com/mscheap, and on Twitter @Ms_Cheap, and catch her every Thursday at 11 a.m. on WTVF-Channel 5’s “Talk of the Town.”

On August 19, 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed Proclamation 5847 declaring August 21 as National Senior Citizens Day.  

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References

  1. ^ offers.com (www.offers.com)
  2. ^ https://www.offers.com/blog/post/senior-discounts/ (www.offers.com)
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