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

 

I am a U.S. Veteran, active duty, retired military, current or former National Guard or Reservist.
 
I am immediate family: Spouse, father, mother, brother, sister, son or daughter of a Veteran, Guardsman, Reservist, or servicemember (living or deceased).
I am a U.S. Veteran, active duty,
retired military, current or former
National Guard or Reservist.
 
I am immediate family: Spouse,
father, mother, brother, sister,
son or daughter of a Veteran,
Guardsman, Reservist, or
servicemember (living or deceased).
 
 

 

Testimonials

Amy Marie, US Army, Member Since 2012: I've been a member since March. I have already saved close to $500. It has come in very handy having this card for work - as I spend at least 1 night per week in Hotel rooms. Plus the other benefits that are perks with the card!

 

D.B., Collinsville, IL: I just saved $180.00 on 4 nights of lodging in Washington, D.C. by using the Veteran's Advantage card. The SAME room at the SAME hotel was $129.00 per night at a so-called discount website, but only $84.00 per night using Veterans Advantage’s Hotel Network. Wow. Since I signed up for my Veteran's Advantage card, I have saved nearly $400.00 in lodging and transportation expenses, and that's money in MY pocket. Thanks!

 

D.M.W., Knoxville, TN: Just returned from a 15 day trip around the country using rental cars and Amtrak and staying in hotels...Basically I recouped my membership fee during this trip.

 

Gwen Broussard-McGee: I love being a member of the Veterans Advantage. Lots of discounts on airlines, hotels, and many other things.

Cardholder Savings

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

Founder's Blog: Scott Higgins

 
What the Army Birthday and Flag Day Mean to Vets
 

June is a busy time of year for so many of our members. This week, in particular, is a double-feature week. For starters, this week marks the 242nd anniversary of the United States Army which was established June 14, 1775. I am reminded of my own Army service during the Vietnam War, memories that rekindle the pride I felt serving our country. To our active duty currently in uniform and all the veterans who have served in the Army, we salute you. Happy Birthday to the U.S. Army!
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