Memorial Day 2021 Freebies & Sales for Military Members & Their Families

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During Memorial Day 2021 Military families can grab these sales & special offers! 

Memorial Day 2021 is May 31. While some Memorial Day events may be canceled due to lingering COVID-19 restrictions, military members and their families can still take advantage of this list of the best Memorial Day sales, freebies, and offers!

Hip Tip: Check out the 100 best everyday military discounts, freebies, and deals from Costco, Disney, Lowe’s, The Home Depot, Under Armour, and more!

*We’ll continue to update this post with additional Memorial Day freebies and sales as they’re released, so be sure to keep checking back!

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Academy Sports and Outdoors is offering an exclusive 10% discount sale for military members.

Now through July 5, military personnel, first responders, and healthcare professionals can get a single-use promo code for 10% off their order. Just head on over here to verify your ID!

Get a FREE American flag from Ace Hardware.

Ace Hardware is collaborating with the Veterans of Foreign Wars to give out 1 million American flags this year. Customers who visit a participating Ace store on May 29 will receive a free 8” x 12” American flag, while a second flag will be donated to a local VFW Post to be used for marking veterans’ graves this Memorial Day.

Take up to 30% off at Adidas.

All verified medical professionals, first responders, nurses, military members and teachers can receive an exclusive discount for 30% off their purchases online or in-store and 20% off at factory outlet stores. Head here to verify your eligibility.

army green t-shirt from Alpha Industries

Score 30% off military-inspired outerwear and apparel from Alpha Industries.

For the entire month of May, US Military members will receive double the discount at Alpha Industries – 30% off! Some restrictions apply, so head on over here to read the fine print!

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Take 10% off at Dell Computers.

All active-duty service members can receive 10% off Dell computers and electronics when you head here and enter in your .mil email address.

Get 20% off at Eyemart Express.

All retired, active- or non-active, veteran, or dependent military receive 20% off at Eyemart Express. Just show any valid military ID at checkout to claim this offer.

Enjoy 50% off your meal at Fogo de Chão.

On May 31, 2021, any veteran or active-duty personnel who dines in at Fogo will receive 50% off their meal and up to 3 guests will receive 10% off their meal.

Snag a FREE one-year subscription to the FOX Nation streaming service.

Now through May 31, FOX Nation, FOX News Media’s streaming platform, will offer one year of free access to all active United States military members and veterans as part of its Grateful Nation initiative. Active members of the armed services and military veterans can head on over here to claim this special offer.

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Receive up to 30% off your stay at the Great Wolf Lodge.

Through May 31st, 2022, all military (active, retired and veteran), fire, emergency medical service personnel, doctors, nurses, 911 dispatchers, police and correctional officers can receive up to 30% off their stay at Great Wolf Lodge when you use promo code HEROES and book your stay. Head here for more information.

Get 50% off your first meal kit delivery from Home Chef.

For a limited time, doctors, nurses, hospital employees, first responders, military, and teachers can get 50% off their first purchase from Home Chef, and 10% off each subsequent purchase. Head on over here to verify your ID and start your order!

Take 10% off at The Home Depot.

The Home Depot offers military veterans a 10% discount on in-store purchases on Memorial Day. veterans must provide a DoD-issued ID, a DD214, or a Veterans Driver’s License to claim this offer.

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Save on fitness gear from HYLETE.

All Service League Members (free for military, veterans, and first responders to join) can long into their account for a special offer that’s available now. This is in addition to the 30% discount already available to Service League members!

Get 15% off at Kipling retail stores.

For the entire month of May, Kipling is offering 15% off online and in US Kipling Retail Stores and 10% Off in US Kipling Outlet Stores. This offer is available to all active, reservist, veteran, and retired U.S. military personnel and to spouses and dependents of active personnel.

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Take 25% off at Levi Strauss & Co.

Levi’s is offering Military Service Members a 25% discount all month long. Just verify your military ID and shop by May 31 to claim this offer.

Get a FREE personal pizza from Pie Five Pizza.

All veterans/active/retired military members can get a FREE personal pizza from Pie Five on Monday, May 31. Must provide military ID or proof of service.

Military families get 20% off at Rack Room Shoes.

Military members and their families receive 20% off in-store purchases all day long on Memorial Day with a valid military ID.

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Take an extra $100 off all Sleep Number beds and bases.

Now through May 31, military families receive an extra $100 off all Sleep Number smart beds and adjustable bases. Sign up here to receive your exclusive promo code.

Get 20% off at Spec Op Tools.

Active military and veterans can save 20% on hand tools and earn 2x points at Spec Ops Tools now through May 31. Three percent of each sale is donated to support our nation’s heroes, so you can give back while saving money too!

Enjoy 20% off your check at STK Steakhouse.

On Monday, May 31, Veterans, Active Duty, and Frontline Essential Workers receive 20% off their check at STK Steakhouse. Head on over here to make your reservation.

Take 40% off at Under Armour.

For a limited time, Under Armour has increased its usual military and first responder discount from 10% to 40%. This discount can be used while shopping on, UA App, UA Brand House, and UA Factory House by verifying your eligibility with

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Get 20% off regularly priced merchandise at Walgreens.

From May 28 through May 31, customers with a myWalgreens membership and a valid military ID or proof of service will receive 20% off regularly priced products at any Walgreens or Duane Reade drugstore nationwide. A myWalgreens membership is free and can be obtained at checkout.

Get a $3 reward from Yogurtland.

From 5/28 – 5/31, any Yogurtland fan can get a $3 Reward to use on a future visit when they place an order of $15 or more via the new Yogurtland mobile app or online. This offer is available to anyone who is a Real Rewards member (free to join).

Know of any other Memorial Day sales or freebies? Let us know in the comments below!

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Jenna has a Bachelor's Degree from Lycoming College and her Master's from Penn State, holding 3 years of writing experience between a variety of publications and Hip2Save.

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  1. heather_03

    Our family appreciates every retailer that does this during Holidays & those that offer it every day ❤️🤍💙🇺🇸

  2. ginger

    I would love your thoughts on ways we can serve and support our military from a distance. Especially ways my kids can participate.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the request, Ginger! I have passed this along to the team!

    • sweetklouise

      Ginger, you may start by asking your local nursing if there’s any veterans there. You or your kids could possibly make cards for them and drop them off at the front office. We use to sing at the nursing home and they loved that, but I’m not sure that’s possible with covoid restrictions still in place at most nursing homes. Also, do you possibly have a VFW in your town or near by? You could call them and ask for some ideas, especially for the kids to do for the Veterans there. You could ask about making cards and dropping them off, too. Also- if you look online- there’s websites that will give you instructions on how to send care packages overseas to deployed service men and women. You can also write them a letter. Hope this helps!

    • Veteran on board

      Hi Ginger!

      I am a veteran and would love to share some great ideas that I have experienced.

      The one that sticks out most is the time a boy scout held a “hygiene” drive in his neighborhood and school. Its really hard to come by very basic things while deployed and he sent several boxes to cover our entire unit!!! It was basic necessities (i.e. lotion, toothpaste, toothbrushes, razors, socks, a few snacks too). A small token to remind us of home. His classmates sent hand written notes as well. Each of us took the time to write back to say thanks – to even think at 11 years old he considered the small things AND it definitely meant sooo much to get namebrand toothpaste!

      There were other things that I continue to this day. Things that felt so special in the moment, like getting girl scout cookies! My family and I donate at least $300 per year to send cookies to troops deployed. Its so little to think a box if cookies would brighten someones week, month, year….but it does!!!

      Also, as someone else mentioned – the troops that come home injured from deployment. Some don’t have much support – so to get mail is such a pick me up! whether a painting, letter, card….etc.

    • Chantel

      Thanks for wanting to help. As a veteran and now a mil spouse, I will say that supporting deployed personnel is great. However, care packages are one of the things that gets the most attention and therefore resources. The divorce rate for military couple’s is very high because of the stress that service puts on the spouses and families. Military families move frequently and lack the family support that many take for granted. My recommendation for anyone who wants to support the military is to connect with a military family and adopt them as family. Be a surrogate grandparent or aunt/uncle to the kids. Help out with lawn chores if you are able, especially if mil member is deployed. Set up a playdate with your kids. Just be a listening ear and an understanding place if the spouse needs to talk. Those are the types of things military families really need in my experience.

  3. Amy

    thank you for this. but my husband is in the military and it’s a job. yes we make sacrifices, but glorifying a personal choice to serve is unnecessary.

    • faithanne

      We are very grateful for those that have made that choice and their families!! I believe it’s to let them know how much they are appreciated!!!

    • alex

      Some made the ultimate sacrifice, so yes, IMO, necessary. We have a holiday for everything else we should have a holiday for those that fought and died for our freedom

    • heather_03

      Don’t be a dependa right now. Not the place or time.

  4. bev84

    SUPCASE.COM is offering 30% off for military and veterans also.

  5. Jo Ann Scobey

    The Fox Nation offer must be a scam. My husband actually submitted his DD214 and they said it was not proof of service and requested additional documentation. Shame on them!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Darn! It looks like you can contact them here. Hoping they may be able to help.

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