Exclusive Military Discounts, Benefits & Rewards for
Active Duty Military, Veterans and Their Families
Exclusive Military Discounts, Benefits & Rewards for Active Duty Military, Veterans and Their Families

Veterans Advantage Plan Benefits

Member Plan Benefit

Eastbay: Save 20% When You Shop Online And By Phone

EastBay military service discount for Veterans Advantage Eastbay is proud to honor those who serve our country – U.S. active duty or retired military, veterans, National Guard and reservists – and their families with special discounts for Veterans Advantage members. Save 20% online and by phone every day when shopping from Eastbay's broad selection of sportswear, apparel and equipment.

This is a great benefit for younger Veterans Advantage members. Eastbay is among the largest online stores for sporting goods for the youth of America, providing high school athletes with athletic footwear, apparel, equipment, team licensed and private-label merchandise. You can also order a catalog, or shop by toll-free phone at 1-800-826-2205 with your Veterans Advantage Member ID.

How to get your
20% Discount
See All Member Benefits military service discount for Veterans Advantage Online:
Enter your active Veterans Advantage Member ID in the promotional code field at checkout while shopping at www.eastbay.com
military service discount for Veterans Advantage At Stores military service discount for Veterans AdvantageBy Phone:
Present your active Veterans Advantage Member ID when calling in your order with Eastbay.
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You can shop online anytime on eastbay.com. Just enter your Veterans Advantage Card Member ID in your online shopping cart’s promotional code field at checkout to get your 20% discount. You can shop gear from all the major sports categories, such as baseball, basketball and football, and shop casual wear for skateboarding, surf and street fashions.

APO/FPO Shipping
Good news for active duty service personnel and their families: Eastbay ships to APO and FPO addresses – another reason we honor this military-friendly benefit provider!

Learn more about Eastbay military service discounts honoring you and your family through Veterans Advantage from the Members Only page.

In Members Only you can access required discount codes, toll-free phone numbers, private online stores and other important benefit information. Use your Veterans Advantage Member ID (i.e. HIG12345) and your password (which you chose when you joined) to enter this area of the site.

Renew your Veterans Advantage Member Plan to enjoy this benefit and other special benefits. You will avoid having to re-enter your eligibility information and can retain the same member ID and password, plus get your new Veterans Advantage VetRewards Card.

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Certain exclusions may apply and are noted on the product details page online.

I am U.S. active duty or retired
military, National Guard or reservist, 
or an armed forces veteran.  
I am next-of-kin family: spouse,
father, mother, brother, sister, son 
or daughter of a U.S.service member 
or veteran (living or deceased).




John Dwyier, US Army, Kingstowne, VA, Member Since 2004: Thanks to this program my son has two new baseball gloves. The folks at Eastbay are fantastic, and my daughter has a new GPS. So many good things have come from this membership. Thank you so much.


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