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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 casual-dining chain also offering carside service.
Offer: Receive 15% off your total bill for those 60+.


Quick-eat restaurant known for slow-roasted and thin-sliced roast beef sandwiches.
Offer: 10% off your order or a discounted drink, depending on location, for those 55+.


Arctic Circle Restaurants
Restaurant chain located in Western states.
Offer: Up to 15% off all orders for those 55+.


Bakers Square
Chain offering meals in a relaxed atmosphere.
Offer: 10% discount every day to those 60+, depending on location.


Ben and Jerrys
This international ice-cream & frozen yogurt favorite is known for its cleverly named frozen treats.
Offer: Select locations offer a 10% discount to diners 60+.


Serves American fare with a wide selection of beers, specialty drinks and wines.
Offer: Seniors receive a percentage off any bill that varies by location.


Bob's Big Boy
Fast and casual dining featuring the famous Big Boy Burger.
Offer: Those 60+ receive a discount, depending on location.


Bob Evans
Located primarily in the East, North Central, mid-Atlantic and Southern states.
Offer: Provides a senior menu with smaller portioned meals at less expensive prices for those 55+.


Boston Market
Wholesome, convenient and delicious homestyle meals available for dine in or take out
Offer: 65+ receive a 10% discount on purchases.

Brian's Bar-B-Q
Serves closed-pit or chargrilled meats with homemade sauces.
Offer: Those 55+ receive a 10% discount.


Burger King
The Whopper Sandwich Kingdom is a fast-food chain serving throughout the day.
Offer: 60+ receive a 10% discount at participating locations.


Captain D's Seafood Restaurant
A seafood and fish & chips restaurants that also serves a low-carb menu.
Offer: Diners 62+ receive a variable discount on Sundays and Wednesdays.


Carl's Jr.
Fast food chain focusing on hamburgers and sandwiches. Home of the Six Dollar Burger.
Offer: 10% discount on meal purchases or a discounted drink, depending on location.


A California and Nevada restaurant chain serving breakfast & lunch/dinner.
Offer: Patrons 60+ receive discounted pricing on items from the senior menu.


One of the largest chicken-lbased fast food restaurants in the United States.
Offer: A free small drink or coffee, along with a 10% discount at select locations.


Chili's Bar & Grill
This international chain of informal, full-service restaurants serves family fare.
Offer:Shoppers 55+ receive a 10% discount.


CiCi's Pizza
A buffet restaurant chain specializing in American-style pizza.
Offer: Those 60+ receive 10% off any pizza order or buffet ticket.


Country Kitchen
Features traditional comfort foods & new favorites for all 3 meals.
Offer: Those 55+ are eligible for various special offers.


Experience fresh food, including their signature ButterBurger made from 100% U.S. raised beef.
Offer: Those 60+ take 10% off regular-priced menu items.




Dairy Queen
Indulge in ice cream treats, including DQ's infamous Blizzard.
Offer: Depending on the location, those 55+ may receive a free small drink or 10% off orders.


Del Taco
A fast-food chain serving both Mexican-American & traditional American cuisine.
Offer: 10% discounts or a free drink for those 55+.


Denny's is a full-service coffee shop & family restaurant experience.
Offer:20% off the entire check from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. for AARP members at participating

locations.  Coffee is always $1 per person for AARP members and their guests.


Dunkin Donuts
This international donut & coffee chain also offers breakfast items.
Offer: Free doughnut with the purchase of a large or extra-large hot coffee for AARP members.


Einstein's Bagels
Bite into bagels, sandwiches & salads while sipping on mixed coffee drinks.
Offer: Customers 60+ receive a 10% discount on a baker's dozen of bagels.


El Pollo Loco
Their menu features flavors inspired by the kitchens of Mexico.
Offer: Diners 55+ receive a 10% discount.


Elephant Bar Restaurant
You'll find a mix of exotic drinks, tropical decor and a menu featuring bold flavors.
Offer: Those 60+ can register for a Senior Explorer VIP card, good for 20% off all orders.

Friendly's Restaurant and Ice Cream
Friendly's is an ice cream parlor & food chain on the East Coast.
Offer: Patrons 60+ are eligible for a discounted price on any order.


Claiming the "World's Greatest Hamburgers," this chain serves premium-cut beef.
Offer: Patrons 55+ take 10% off any senior platter.


Gatti's Pizza
A Southeastern United States pizza-buffet chain.
Offer: Those 60+ receive a 10% discount.


Golden Corral
A family-style restaurant chain that features a large buffet & grill.
Offer: Diner 60+ receive 10% off any meal.


Ground Round Bar and Grill
Casual dining restaurant chain with 48 locations in 19 states.
Offer: 15% discount every Monday for those 60+.


The fast-food menu features thick burgers as well as items for meals throughout the day.
Offer: Those 65+ receive a small drink for $0.33 with the purchase of a meal.


Known for their pancakes, IHOP also offers a large selection of breakfast dishes.
Offer: 10% off any meal at participating locations for those 55+.

Jack in the Box
Enjoy on-the-go burgers, sandwiches, salads & ice-cream shakes.
Offer: Diners 55+ can take up to 20% off almost all orders.


Kentucky Fried Chicken
The king of Southern-style cooking focuses on chicken with flavorful side items.
Offer: Free small drink with purchase of a main dish at many locations for those 55+.


Krispy Kreme
Known country-wide for their one-of-a-kind donuts.
Offer: Patrons 50+ take 10% off orders.


Landry's Restaurants
Chain of restaurant brands that includes Bubba Gump, Chart House, Claim Jumper,

Landry's Seafood, Rainforest Cafe, Saltgrass Steakhouse and more.
Offer: 10% off food and drinks for up to six people, with the exception of alcohol.


Long John Silvers
This fast-food chain specializes in seafood, including platters & sandwiches.
Offer: Those 55+ receive varying discounts at participating locations.


Lord Ashley's pub and Eatery
Located in Oaklandon, Ind., this casual dining eatery focuses on steaks and family fun.
Offer: Seniors 60+ take 10% percent off any meal.


A cafeteria-style restaurant primarily located in Texas.
Offer: Customers 50+ receive 20% off or senior pricing, depending on location.


Macayo's Mexican Restaruant
This Mexican-inspired family restaurant chain offers a twist on standards.
Offer: Guests 60+ receive a 20% discount on orders after signing up for a free senior card.


Dine on everything from sausages to dinner burgers under the Golden Arches.
Offer: Senior drink discount for those 55+.


Mrs. Fields Cookies
One of the largest retailers of freshly baked specialty cookies & brownies in the US,.
Offer:Customers 60+ receive a 10% discount at participating locations.

O'Charley's Restaurant
Casual dining family restaurants offering freshly prepared steaks, seafood, chicken & more.
Offer:Diners 60+ take 10% off any order.


Old Country Buffet
Nationwide chain of buffet-style restaurants.
Offer: Various discounts to those 60+ holding a Senior Club Card, which costs $1.


Po'Boys Creole Cafe
A New Orleans-themed chain in Florida serving traditional Creole & Cajun fare.
Offer: Those 55+ take 20% off orders from 2-7 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays.


Ponderosa Steakhouse
Serving affordable steak dinners to families for over 40 years.
Offer: Those 60+ receive rotating senior deals between 11am and 4pm everyday.


Popeye's Fried Chicken
Serving Cajun-style chicken, fries, rice and mashed potatoes with Cajun gravy.
Offer: Those 55+ receive a free drink or 10% off any order.


Premier Diner
Located in Commack, NY, Premier is known for large menus & heaping portions.
Offer: Seniors 62+ receive 10% off their order.






Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
Offers over 300 varieties of handmade chocolates and confections.
Offer: Discounts of up to 20% on most items to those 65+.


Roy Rogers Restaurant
A Northeastern restaurant chain targeting adults with items prepared to order for each guest.
Offer: Those 60+ receive a 10% discount on any purchase.


Ryan's Grill, Buffet and Bakery
Family restaurant chain wiht locations throughout the U.S.
Offer: Senior discounts with a Ryan's Senior Club card for those 60+.


Schlotzky's Deli
Franchise chain of restaurants specializing in sandwiches.
Offer: 10% discount on all orders to those 60+. Offer may vary by location.


Scott's Seafood Grill & Bar
Small chain of seafood restaurants in California.
Offer: 20% off entrees for those 55+. Not valid on holidays.


Privately held restaurant chain that primarily operates in the Southeast, Midwest, and

Mid-Atlantic states.  Offer: Everyday 10% discount for those 60+.


Australian-styled chain focusing on steak, seafood & salads.
Offer: Those 60+ are eligible for various discounts, depending on location.


A unique experience complete with carhops who sometimes wear rollerskates.
Offer: Many location offer 10% off purchases or a discounted drink for those 60+.

Steak’n Shake
Focuses on real-steak steakburgers and real-milk milk shakes.
Offer: Those 50+ receive a 10% discount on Mondays and Tuesdays.


Known for fast-food sub sandwiches, Subway also serves a low-calorie menu.
Offer: Certain locations offer those 60+ a 10% discount, but call ahead to check.


Sweet Tomatoes
A family-friendly salad bar & buffet with foods made from scratch every day.
Offer: Diners 62+ receive a 10% discount.


Taco Bell
A quick-service restaurant specializing in Mexican-style food.
Offer: 5% off your order for those 65+.


Taca Bueno
Operates over 185 restaurants serving fresh Mexican food.
Offer: 10% discount every day. Age requirements vary by location.


Operates more than 350 locations in the U.S., Canada, Curacao and Kuwait.
Offer: 10% discount to customers 55+ every day. Offer may vary by location.


TCBY is the largest retailer of soft-serve frozen yogurt with live active cultures.
Offer: Those 55+ receive 10% off any order.

The Cafe and Tea Room
Features traditional high tea, 50 different varieties and a gift boutique.
Offer: Those 50+ receive 10% off any purchase Wednesdays through Sundays.


Village Inn Restaurant
A family style chain serving all 3 meals & known for its homemade pies.
Offer: Those 60+ receive 10% off any meal or beverage order.


Waffle House
Open 24/7/365, the chain focuses on waffles and a 1950s ambiance.
Offer: Those 60+ receive 10% percent off any order on Mondays.


Known for its chicken sandwiches & square burgers, Wendy's is the 3rd largest fast-food

chain in the U.S.  Offer: Senior age and discount offer will vary depending on the location.

Ask the store for details.


Regional fast-food restaurant chain specializing in hamburgers.
Offer: Either a free coffee/small soft drink or a 10% discount. Age requirement varies by location.


White Castle
Fast-food chain primarily known for its small, square "slider" hamburgers.
Offer:Those 62+ receive a 10% discount, although some locations may require you to

sign up for a discount card.





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