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Making ends meet is tough these days, even for full-time workers. If you are a retiree on a fixed income, covering your expenses can seem downright impossible at times. Many businesses realize the financial squeeze that senior citizens face every day, and offer numerous  discounts to those who meet certain age criteria. As long as you meet the minimum age requirement, getting a senior citizen discount can be very easy. 

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A & P
Grocery store chains located in the east and midwest.

Discount: 5% discount every Tuesday on purchases over $30 for those 55+.


Operates 463 grocery stores in Wash., Colo., Ore., Idaho, Mont., Wyo., Nev., southern Calif.,

Flor and Utah.  Offer: Those 55+ receive a 10% discount on the first Wednesday of the month,

although this offer may not be good at all locations.


American Discount Foods
American Discount Foods is located in Mesa, Ariz.
Offer: Shoppers 50+ receive a 10% discount on Mondays.


Grocery chain operating supermarkets in Georgia, Tennessee and the Carolinas.
Discount: 5% discount every Wednesday for those 60+ with a Senior Bonus card.


Bruno's Supermarkets
Chain of grocery stores spread throughout the country.
Offer: 5% discount every Wednesday for those 60+.


C-Town Supermarkets
Owns 200 stores in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Offer: 5% discount every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to those 60+.


Compare Foods Super Market
A small independent supermarket chain with 14 stores in N.Y., Conn., R.I., and N.C.
Offer: 10% discount on Wednesday for all 60+ shoppers.


DeCicco Family Markets
DeCicco's is a small, family-owned chain of markets in New York that offers grocery delivery and

pickup. Offer: Shoppers 60+ receive a 5% discount on Wednesdays.


Fred Meyer
Supermarket/department store chain located in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington
Offer: 10% discount on the first Tuesday of every month and every Tuesday in November

and December for those 55+.

Fry's Supermarkets and Marketplaces
Fry's Food Stores are a division of the Kroger Co. & operate more than 120 stores in Ariz.
Offer: Those over 55+ can join the Fry's VIP club for free and receive 10% off purchases on

the first Wednesday of the month.





Great Valu Food Store
Great Valu is a group of independent grocery stores located throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
Offer: Receive a 5% discount on Tuesdays for those 60+.


Gristedes Supermarket
A New York City-based chain of small supermarkets primarily serving an urban audience.
Offer: Those 60+ receive a 10% discount on Tuesdays.


Supermarket operating more than 150 stores in the Northeast.
Offer: 5% discount every Tuesday at some locations for those 62+.


Harris Teeter
The supermarket chain operates 201 stores in N.C., S.C., Va., Ga., Tenn., Flo., Md., Del. & D.C.
Offer: Receive a 5% discount on Tuesdays for those 60+.


Employee-owned chain of 207 supermarkets located in the Midwestern U.S.
Offer: Consumers 62+ receive a 5% discount on a specific day, which varies by location.


The country's largest grocery store chain has 3,619 supermarkets, hypermarkets, department

stores and convenience stores.  Offer: Some Krogers are known to have Senior Days where

they allow seniors to purchase items with a 10% discount, but locations and participation vary, so

inquire at your local store.


Marsh Grocery Stores
Operates 98 Marsh Supermarkets and 4 O’Malia’s Food Markets in Indiana and Ohio.
Ofer: 10% discount every Wednesday or Thursday, depending on location, for those 60+.


Food and merchandise store with over 180 locations in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and

Ohio.  Offer: 15% off on Senior Discount Days for those 62+. Contact your local store for details.


Morton Williams Supermarkets
This family-owned and operated food retailer operates 12 stores in the New York Metropolitan

area.  Offer: Shop on Tuesdays to receive a 5% discount if you're 60+, but first verify if your

location participates in the offer.





Supermarket chain headquartered in New Jersey.
Offer: 5% discount to those 55+ every Monday on purchases over $30. Must have coupon from

their website and Club Card to redeem discount.


Piggly Wiggly
Supermarket chain with more than 600 stores in 17 states.
Offer: 5% off one day a week at some locations for those 55+.


This is an employee-owned supermarket chain. 
Offer: At select locations, those 55+ receive a 5% discount on Wednesdays.


Rogers Marketplace
Rogers is a full-service grocery, with bakery and deli, located in Kensington, Conn.
Offer: Receive a 5% discount on Thursdays for those 60+.


A retailers’ cooperative operating in the Northeastern U.S.
Offer: 5% to 10% discount on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at some locations for those 60+.


Uncle Giuseppe's Market Place
Commonly known as Uncle G's, this Long Island supermarket has four locations.
Offer: Consumers 62+ receive a 5% discount on a specific day, which varies by location.






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