"Veteran's Day honors the heroic individuals who have served our nation and have made tremendous sacrifices to protect our freedoms," said Frank Blake, chairman and CEO. "We are proud to show our appreciation with the Veteran's Day discount as it is a simple, yet meaningful, gesture to say thank you to these men and women who have protected and continue to protect our nation."
To qualify, individuals must present proof of military service when checking out and discounts will be taken at the register.
The discount is available on in-stock and special order purchases up to $5,000. To qualify, individuals must present a valid military ID or other proof of service. Excluded from the discount are sales via Lowes.com, previous sales, and purchases of services or gift cards.
In addition to offering military discounts at specific times during the year, Lowe’s has extended benefits for its employees serving in the military and offers employment opportunities to military personnel after their military service has ended.
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posted: Nov. 7, 2008 @ 9:47p
Great, forgot about this sale. 10% is fairly lukewarm since they offer that fairly frequently, but we just closed on our place today and need to buy a bunch of stuff this weekend.
posted: Nov. 8, 2008 @ 5:55a
Home Depot in MI ALWAYS offers 10% discount with ID for active duty or retired military.
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posted: Nov. 8, 2008 @ 6:13a
DaytonDealer said: Great, forgot about this sale. 10% is fairly lukewarm since they offer that fairly frequently, but we just closed on our place today and need to buy a bunch of stuff this weekend.
It's pretty hot since you don't need to bring in a coupon. Both HD and Lowes tend to be hardcore on coupons that don't scan these days, citing all the coupon fraud that goes on at eb*y.
posted: Nov. 8, 2008 @ 7:10a
Lowe's also has 10% off of most appliances in stock this weekend . . . maybe a good time to buy
posted: Nov. 8, 2008 @ 3:45p
I always buy during the offer. Need some boards for shelves in the garage.
posted: Nov. 8, 2008 @ 4:09p
What constitutes ID? CAC card?
posted: Nov. 8, 2008 @ 4:22p
purduephotog asked: What constitutes ID? CAC card? I don't know what a CAC card is. My "proof of military service" is a United States Uniformed Services Identification Card. If you don't have one, I would guess you don't qualify.
posted: Nov. 8, 2008 @ 4:31p
vsfoxe said: purduephotog asked: What constitutes ID? CAC card? I don't know what a CAC card is. My "proof of military service" is a United States Uniformed Services Identification Card. If you don't have one, I would guess you don't qualify.
And if you don't know what a CAC is, are you really in the military? BTW, it's called CAC and not CAC card, otherwise it would be a Common Access Card card
Good deal, thanks
posted: Nov. 8, 2008 @ 6:42p
CAC cards usually are accepted everywhere I go
posted: Nov. 8, 2008 @ 8:55p
purduephotog said: What constitutes ID? CAC card?
CAC is the only ID unless you're inactive reserve, a retiree, or a spouse/dependent.
posted: Nov. 9, 2008 @ 7:36a
I still have my military ID card from 34 years ago. Would that be good enough proof?
Well, I didnt' even have to flash my ID. I just asked and they all gave the discount to me when I was there.
posted: Nov. 10, 2008 @ 3:23p
suntex said: Well, I didnt' even have to flash my ID. I just asked and they all gave the discount to me when I was there.
Hey....my son thought it was pretty cool...flashing my ID "like the FBI does" was his comment..
posted: Nov. 12, 2008 @ 2:06p
ksullivanbaker said: Home Depot in MI ALWAYS offers 10% discount with ID for active duty or retired military.
Same for Lowe's (at least our local one in PA). My dad was in the Marines during Vietnam and the store manager confirmed that he gets 10% off ANY purchase (well, I'm not sure about Special Orders, but definitely any in-stock purchase). He has used the discount numerous times.
posted: Nov. 13, 2008 @ 11:55a
Lowe's let me use it yesterday. They said an e-mail came down and ANY time it was asked for to give it. I didn't even have to flash my ID...
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