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

Health Discounts for Veterans, Military and their Families

Keep your waistline lean and your wallet fat. Get nationwide coverage at leading pharmacies & health clubs – potentially hundreds of dollars on your monthly bills per year – as well as special insurance coverage that’s included with your membership with no added insurance premiums. Veterans Advantage also has discounts to keep your pets healthy, too.

For CVS/pharmacy in-store discounts you must printout the savings coupon offer in Members-Only to redeem in store locations (do not show your VetRewards Card).

Global Fit CVS/pharmacy Foot Locker John Hancock  

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).




Richard Damm, US Navy, Baldwin Harbor, NY, Member Since 2003: I am thankful for my Veterans Advantage Card; especially when traveling and at the pharmacy. It has paid for itself within the first 3 months I have had it.


C.B., Palm Coast, FL: Just wanted to say thank you! My husband recently had a physical and was prescribed several medications. I just calculated the savings and on just 3 brand name medications alone, we saved over $23.00. These savings will be on a monthly basis!


J.V.: I have for some time, wondered why veterans who are 100% permanently disabled out of service to their country, combat related especially, are not honored in this way. My husband is such a man, and raising a family; subsisting on disability--as he requires a great deal of care, is not easy at all.

Cardholder Savings

For less than $5 a month you save every day on real brand names:

Founder's Blog: Scott Higgins

Celebrating Thanksgiving, at Home and Away

This Thanksgiving, we’d like to acknowledge our deployed U.S. military members, who often go without the usual comforts we associate with this holiday. Instead, they gather in chow halls, mess tents or even simpler settings, sometimes rationing their food supplies or fashioning their own versions of a Thanksgiving meal. Read more...