10 Places to Treat Your Pup to FREE Treats

1.) Starbucks 

Ask the barista for a “Puppuccino” and you’ll receive a free short-sized cup of whipped cream for your pup to enjoy.

2.) Sonic Drive-In

You may get a FREE dog treat, just ask!

3.) Dunkin’ Donuts

Some drive-thrus may keep dog treats handy. 

4.) Sprinkles

Sprinkles offers Pupcakes for just $2.50 each and they’re sugar-free cupcakes topped with yogurt frosting. Some pupcakes are also topped with peanuts, sprinkles or fondant bones.

5.) Dairy Queen 

Ask your cashier for a Pup Cup the next time you’re at Dairy Queen with your dog and you may receive a free small-serving of vanilla soft serve ice cream (select locations).

6.) Shake Shack

Shake Shack offers a doggie bag Bag O’ Bones with 5 ShackBurger Dog Biscuits for around $7.50 OR a Pooch-ini treat that includes 2 dog biscuits in a peanut butter sauce with vanilla custard for under $4.

7.) In-N-Out Burger 

If you have an In-N-Out Burger restaurant nearby, you can order a “Pup Patty” for under $1 that features a plain hamburger patty without any salt added and is served in a doggy bag.

8.) Johnny Rockets

At Johnny Rockets restaurants, you can order a plain hamburger patty (fee applies) and even ask for fresh water for your pup. Plus, at select Johnny Rocket locations, you may even be able to order treats like a lickety split ice cream or pupcake. Dogs are welcome at all locations.

9.) Chick-fil-A

Many Chick-fil-A drive-thrus have a box of Milk-Bone dog treats at the window and will offer them to pup passengers. 

10.) Culver’s

Culver’s locations may offer milk bones to dogs coming through the drive thru. 


Clever Ways to Organize Your Coupons 


This is one method I use, because it's easier than lugging around a big binder. Here is a nice one from Amazon.

This system is the best one for someone who is new at using coupons or even a casual couponer.  There are no labels on the tabs, so you will want to add your own.  Here are some sample categories you may want to consider.

Paper Goods

Add in any additional sections, or remove those that you do not need. The idea is to ensure you can find the coupons you need when you are ready to use them.



Pick up an accordion file and place your weekly inserts into it, grouped by date. This is a popular method because it does not require you to cut out your coupons until you need them.

Add tabs for each month of the year.  Then, clip together multiple inserts from the same date.  Finally, write the date on the cover and file it away!

Then, before you shop, you find the coupon you need and clip it only then and use it.  That way, you save lots of time trying to clip, sort and organize on a weekly basis.




This binder is nice - here are the features!

  • Tall and durable plastic dividers - not cheap paper found in other products.
  • Stretchy elastic sides - fit more coupons and easier coupon searching.
  • Front pocket for your shopping list.
  • Sticker labels use categories from extreme coupon blogs. Blank stickers included for you to create your own categories.

Add baseball card sleeves and divider tabs.  The sleeves are where you will place the coupons once they are clipped.

The coupon binder categories: (Free Printable Dividers Here!)


Canned/Boxed Items
Dairy /Refrigerated

Household (batteries, light bulbs, etc)
Cleaning Products (anything but laundry or dishwashing)
Paper/Plastic (includes disposable dinnerware to toilet tissue)
Hair Care
Oral Care
Soap/Body Wash
Beauty/Feminine Care
Retailer (includes coupons and Catalina’s)



Natural Ways to Clean and Organize

1. Use cloth instead of paper.  My grandma had a bucket of clean rags, that she used to wipe down everything. She rarely used paper towels. Microfiber cloths are also a great option, washable, durable and reusable. 

2.  Buy and use green cleaning products, or make them yourself! Just search on Pinterest for eco-friendly green cleaner recipes. Plus, shop for eco-friendly beauty products,  eco-friendly fashion lines and eco-friendly home decor. I really like Green Works and Method

3.  Laundry.  Wash laundry in cold water instead of hot.  Line-dry when you can. There is nothing like line-dried clothing, that has dried in the sun! You will never forget that clean air smell. 

4.  Go Paperless. Pay bills online. I pay most of my bills online, along with getting paperless copies of bills. It is now so much more fun to go to the mailbox! Put a stop to unsolicited mail and sign up to opt out of pre-screened credit card offers.  

5.  Conserve Energy - Turn off the lights when you leave the room, or open the curtains and blinds and rely on the sunlight to cut down on electricity use. Only run the dishwasher when you have a full load.  Shut down and turn off your computer completely at night. 

6.  Change your light bulbs.   Switch a few of your light bulbs to CFLs , which use about 75 percent less energy and last seven to 10 times longer than regular incandescent bulbs, until eventually you have all of your house switched over. This was a hard one for me because I love my old-school bulbs. Now that they are phased out of most stores, I have had to bite the bullet and buy the new bulbs. Six years ago, my 90 year old grandfather, was light years ahead of me because he used CFLs and preferred them! 

7.  Repurpose glass jars as leftover containers, bulk storage or even pretty vases. I love mason jars for this. 

8.  Buy used and donate.   Shop thrift stores and craigslist for clothing, home items and more.  Grandma was a thrift shopper, she loved a good deal. She also loved to knit, sew and crochet. While I'm not much of a thrift shopper, I donate a lot to Goodwill. 

9.  Stop using disposable bags.   Purchase reusable bags. They are more durable and don't clog up land-fills! I love, love, love my Target reusable bag. I keep one in my car and one in the kitchen. 



Best Rewards Programs: Regal, Papa John's, More

1. Ace Hardware

Sign up for Ace Rewards, and you’ll get 10 points for every dollar you spend. Accumulate 2,500 points, and you’ll earn a $10 reward — which is equivalent to getting 4 percent back.

You also receive 1,000 points just for signing up, plus coupons and sale reminders.

2. AutoZone

Join AutoZone Rewards, and you’ll earn one credit every time you make a purchase of $20 or more. Once you earn five credits, you’ll get a $20 reward. That could equate to as much as 20 percent back, depending on the total amount of your five purchases of $20 or more.

3. Best Buy

Join the My Best Buy program, and you’ll earn 0.5 points for every dollar spent. Once you hit 250 points, you get a $5 reward.


4. CVS

Sign up for the ExtraCare rewards program, and you’ll score 2 percent back on purchases. Rewards are paid out four times a year — in January, April, July and October.

However, it’s worth noting that you must spend $50 per earning period — or earn at least $1 in ExtraBucks Rewards — to get your rewards. Also, some items at CVS — including prescriptions and copays — do not qualify for the 2 percent back, according to the ExtraCare frequently asked questions page.

5. Dick’s Sporting Goods 

Members of the Dick’s ScoreCard program get one point for every dollar they spend. With 300 points, you get a $10 reward. That amounts to 3 percent back on every purchase.

ScoreCard members also enjoy exclusive coupons and access to special events.

6. Kohl’s

Enroll in Kohl’s Yes2You Rewards program, and you’ll get a point for every dollar you spend. Once you accumulate 100 points, you’ll receive a $5 reward. In essence, it’s like getting 5 percent back on every purchase you make.

You’ll also receive eight other offers during the year, a special gift on your birthday and opportunities to earn bonus points.

7. Office Depot/Office Max

Sign up for Office Depot/Office Max Rewards, and you’ll get 2 percent back on purchases.

Spend $500 within a 12-month period, and you’ll earn VIP status. That gets you 5 percent back in rewards on ink, toner, paper and copy/print/ship services.

You’ll also get free shipping with no minimum purchase requirement, and receive free product samples and a gift on your birthday.

8. Papa John’s

Enroll in Papa Rewards, and you will get one point for every $5 you spend. As few as 10 points can earn you a reward. You’ll also collect 10 points on your birthday. 

9. Petco 

Pets can be expensive, but you can keep them from taking a bite out of your wallet by joining Petco’s Pals Rewards program. Members get one point for every dollar they spend, and a $5 reward once they reach 100 points. That’s a 5 percent savings on every purchase.

10. Regal Entertainment Group

If you love the movies, join the Regal Crown Club. When you do, you’ll get 100 credits for every dollar you spend on tickets and concessions. You can use the credits for things such as free admission or free food.

The more Regal movies you take in, the greater your reward. For example, once you see 20 movies during the year, you’ll earn “Diamond” status — the highest of three bonus levels — and get 1,000 extra credits for each visit.

11. Staples

Members of Staples Rewards earn either 2 percent or 5 percent back on in-store purchases, depending on how much they spend in a 12-month period.

Members also get free next-day shipping on orders of more than $49.99, and other perks.

12. Starbucks

In the Starbucks Rewards program, you earn two stars for every dollar you spend. You will also enjoy perks such as free in-store refills and a birthday reward.

Earn 300 stars and you will qualify for Gold Level status. Customers at this level get added perks like a reward of a free eligible beverage or food item for every 125 stars.

13. Ulta Beauty

Join Ulta’s Ultamate Rewards program, and you will earn one point for every dollar you spend. Once you reach 100 points, you will be eligible to redeem them for $3 off your next purchase.

That means Ultamate Rewards members get the equivalent of 3 percent back on their purchases — although members get even more back if they accumulate more points before redeeming them. For example, 2,000 points earns you $125 off your next purchase. That’s the equivalent of 6.25 percent off.

You also can earn up to five points on some special offers. And not only will you receive a birthday gift, but you also can earn double rewards for all purchases you make during your birthday month.


Free Restaurant Food for Kids 


Kids can eat free (or for $0.99 at select locations) with the purchase of an adult entrée on a select day of the week at participating locations. The day of the week will vary by location, so follow your local Applebee’s on Facebook or call your restaurant before heading over there.

Captain D’s

Participating locations offer up to two free kids meals for each adult entree purchase at regular price (for kids ages 12 and under), valid for dine-in only.Contact your local restaurant to verify participation.

Chevy’s Fresh Mex

Every Wednesday, kids 12 and under can eat for just $1 from the kids menu with the purchase of an adult entrée at regular price, valid for dine-in only. Plus, kids can get a tortilla dough ball and take home an avocado pit to grow their own avocado tree! Find a location near you.


Kids can eat free at select locations on Tuesdays between 5:30PM – 7:30PM with the purchase of an adult combo meal (note that some locations may charge $0.99). Be sure to contact your local restaurant for details as the day and promotional participation may vary by location. Go here to find the closest location nearest you.


On Tuesdays from 4PM – 10PM (may vary by location), kids can eat free with an adult entrée purchase at participating locations. Offer is valid at participating restaurants for up to two free kid’s entrées from the kid’s menu per one adult entrée purchase of $6 or more. Go here and scroll down for more details or check your local Denny’s Facebook Page.

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

Every Sunday, get one free Kid’s Meal (for children 12 and under) per $10 paid adult meal, valid for dine-in only. Not valid with other offers or promotions. Gohere for more details.

Famous Dave’s

On Tuesdays, at participating locations, kids ages 8 and under OR anyone named Wilbur can get a free Lil’ Wilbur Meal with purchase of an adult entrée, valid for dine-in only. Go here for more details.


On Tuesdays from 5PM – 8PM at participating Fazoli’s locations, get three kids meals for just 99¢ each with every adult entrée purchase. Go here for more details.


Kids can eat free all day, every day with the purchase of one adult entrée and child beverage, valid for dine-in only. Go here for more details.


Kids eat free every night from 4PM – 8PM with the purchase of an adult entrée. Limit one kids’ menu item per adult entree. This deal seems to vary by location so call your location before visiting!


On Tuesdays, get up to TWO free kids meals for kids 12 and under (regularly $2.49 each) with the purchase of one adult entree at participating locations. Gohere for more details.


On Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11AM to close, children 10 and under get one free kid’s meal per adult meal purchased. Click here for a list of participating locations or call your local restaurant.

Marie Callender’s

On Tuesdays and Saturdays, get one free kid’s meal (excluding drink) per adult entrée purchased for dine-in only, valid at participating locations. Go here for more details.

Moe’s Southwest Grill

At select locations, kids eat free (limit one free kids’ meal for each adult meal purchased) on a specific day of the week which varies by location. Be sure tofollow your local Moe’s on Facebook to see participating times and locations.

Choose from the Power Wagon (hard or soft taco), Mini Masterpiece (cheese quesadilla), or Moo Moo Mr. Cow (burrito). Each kids’ meal includes a cookie and beverage plus free chips and salsa.


Kids eat free all day, every day at participating locations! Get one free kids meal (beverage not included) with the purchase of an adult entrée, valid for dine-in only. Go here for more details.


Kids 12 and under eat for just $1.99 all day Thursdays and from 11AM – 4PM on Saturdays. Kids Meals include a choice of entrée – like Chicken Tenders, Fried Fish, or Small Chopped Beef – plus two sides, a drink, and dessert (Jello, Pudding, or Cupcake). Go here for details.

Romano’s Macaroni Grill

All day on Mondays and Tuesdays, kids ages 12 and under can eat free with the purchase of an adult entrée (excludes 3-course lunch and Romano’s Kitchen Counter Express Lunch or Dinner). Go here or check out your local Romano’s Macaroni Grill Facebook page for details.

Ruby’s Diner

Every Tuesday night is Family Night at Ruby’s Diner! From 4PM until closing, kids ages 12 and under eat free with the purchase of an adult entrée, valid at participating locations only. Please check with your local Ruby’s Diner for more details. Limit one free kids meal per adult entrée ordered.

Ruby Tuesday

Every Tuesday from 5PM to close, kids can eat free at participating locations with an adult entrée purchase (limit one free kids entrée per adult entrée). Gohere for more details.

Steak ‘n Shake

Kids can now eat free any time on any day of the week with a qualifying purchase at over 400 participating locations across the country. There is a limit of one free kids plate to children 12 and under for every $9 spent, valid for dine-in only.

Kids Plates are served with a choice of fries or applesauce and include the Original Steakburger, Mini Corn Dogs, Macaroni & Cheese Steakburger Minis, Hot Dog, Grilled Cheese, or Chicken Fingers.


Using CBD Oil Can Save You Money – Here’s How

No one likes to visit the doctor or take medicine regularly, because not only does this take time and effort, it costs money. If you are continuously ill, perhaps it is time to invest in your health to save you on medical costs further down the line? What do you have to lose? 

Taking care of your health and wellbeing daily can be a great way to avoid the doctor, hospital or drug-store down the road. Preventative measures are always a better option than to fall ill and find a cure. There are various natural products that can assist you on your road to better health and savings, including products such as cannabis or hemp oil. 


Cannabidiol naturally occurs in the cannabis plant; the oil is collected through the process of CBD extraction which has therapeutic uses in humans and certain animals. 

Humans and certain animals possess an endocannabinoid system which regulates, maintains and balances certain biological processes within the body. It is believed that cannabidiol effects the endocannabinoid receptors, which are found throughout the body, by stimulating them to assist in biological processes. These processes will target certain ailments and strive to achieve a balance within the system. 

Preliminary research has shown that CBD can be helpful in certain disorders such as epilepsy, and therapeutic for those that experience sleeping disorder, pain and/or movement. CBD oil has also been linked to improved health and function in dogs, cats and horses making it the perfect supplement for your ailing pet too. Save on vet bills!

People who have been using CBD oil for years claim to benefit greatly from the product and report better function, mobility and health since using cannabidiol. 

Cheaper is Not Always Better

It is important to note that not all CBD oil is manufactured or extracted in the same ways. Many CBD products are fake, or of such low grade that they have no beneficial traits. What a waste of money! 

Saving a few dollars on a CBD product might just cost you double if you need to replace your CBD oil due to the cheaper version being unusable. Choose a legitimate high-grade and legal product to avoid costly mistakes.

Savings on Health

By focusing on keeping your endocannabinoid system in check with CBD oil or products, you can ditch the many supplements, medications and medical visits that cost you hundreds of dollars. Only ditch these things if your healthcare practitioner sees an improvement and gives you permission to do so.

CBD products are not a cure but are affective in conjunction with modern medicine as a therapeutic aid. Hopefully you can reach the healthy stage where you only need to take CBD products on a maintenance basis or when needed. 

With research in its infancy, results are proving to be promising and hopefully CBD products will be the first-line defense in treating many illnesses, disorders or ailments. Do thorough research on CBD before deciding to try the products, as CBD oil is not for everyone.


Find Your Missing Money

Have you ever heard of Established in 1999, is a national database that enables you to perform searches for lost assets required by law to be turned over to the states – like money due from past employers, utility companies, stocks, mutual funds, safe deposit box contents, uncashed checks, insurance policies and more.


Steps to Search for YOUR Missing Money:

  • Click here, enter your name or Business name and click on “search”
  • Enter your city and state
  • If you find a match, complete a claim form. Most states and provinces require a specific form to be completed which asks pertinent information about the property and proof of ownership, such as copies of checkbook, passbook, bonds, etc.
  • Follow the instructions to complete the specified form and supply any necessary documentation and identification.
  • The claim form and ID are then mailed to the state for review. The state will respond to you directly after they have reviewed your submission and verified that you are the rightful owner.
  • Most states send you an acknowledgment letter after receiving your claim. Claims processing time frames vary between states and provinces and property to property based upon claim activity. Click here to view the list of participating states in MissingMoney.

40+ Best Senior Discounts

Senior discounts are one of the best perks of aging.


TIP #1: Sign up for an AARP membership! This club is essential to unlocking senior savings and discounts and annual memberships start as low as $12 per year (only $1 per month)!

TIP #2: Ask before you make a purchase! Many places do not voluntarily offer discounts unless they are requested, and franchise establishments may have varying offers by location.


1. Albertsons

Albertsons may offer a 10% discount on the first Wednesday of each month for those 55 and up. Contact your local store as this offer may not be valid at all locations.


2. AMC

Guests aged 60 and up can get discounted ticket prices at participating AMC theatres!

3. American Airlines

American Airlines and American Eagle may offer Senior Fares in some domestic markets for seniors 65 years or older. Call American Airlines Reservations at 1-800-433-7300 for more details.

4. Applebee’s

Those who are at least 60 and up may be able to get 10% to 15% off at participating locations. This deal may require a Golden Apple Card, so be sure to call your local store to verify participation.


5. Arby’s

Seniors age 55 or older may be able to get a 10% discount. Some locations also offer a free drink. Contact your local restaurant to verify participation.

6. Best Western

Guests 55 and older can save 10% or more on room rates at Best Western Hotels & Resorts. Book your stay at over 4,100 hotels worldwide and enjoy complimentary breakfast, FREE Wi-Fi and more.

7. Bonefish Grill

AARP Members can visit Bonefish Grill and save 10% off your dining bill (excluding alcohol, applicable taxes and gratuity). To receive your 10% discount, just show your valid AARP membership card during dinner, lunch, or Sunday brunch at any participating Bonefish Grill locations.


8. Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

Present your AARP membership card at any participating Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. restaurant and save 10% on food and non-alcoholic beverages.

9. Carabba’s Italian Grill

AARP members can visit Carrabba’s Italian Grill any day of the week to save 10% off your entire dining bill (excluding alcohol, applicable taxes, and gratuity).

10. CiCis Pizza

Many CiCis stores do offer senior discounts. However, since most of the stores are individually owned, discounts vary from location to location. Contacting your local Cicis to inquire about discounts.


11. Cinemark

Cinemark offers a Senior Day discount price on participating days, valid for any movie, any showtime (excludes Cinemark XD, Xtreme, IMAX and Special Engagements). Check your local theatre box office for pricing and participation information.

12. Days Inn

Guests 60 years and older are invited to enjoy special savings off their Best Available Rate when they stay at participating Days Inn hotels. Plus, AARP members save 10% off the best available rate.

13. Denny’s

AARP members can visit Denny’s any day of the week to save 15% off your entire bill at participating Denny’s locations. This offer cannot be combined with other discount offers on the same check.

Plus, be sure to check out their exclusive 55+ menu with low-cost items.


14. Fred Meyers

Seniors 55+ get a 10% discount during Senior Events on private brand groceries and nutrition including Fred Meyer, Kroger, Simple Truth (& more brands), apparel, shoes & accessories, most electronics, Fred Meyer Jewelers, and ALL Home goods, including Toys, Sporting Goods, Auto & Garden.

15. Goodwill

Every Tuesday is Goodwill Senior Savings Day where seniors age 60 or better receive a 10% discount on donated merchandise.

16. Harris Teeter

Shop at Harris Teeter and use your VIC card every Thursday for a 5% discount, if you are 60 or over.


17. Hertz

Travelers 50 and over can save up to 20% off base rates every day as part of their Fifty Plus Program. Plus, take advantage of additional program benefits.

18. Hyatt

Save up to 50% on prevailing rates at participating Hyatt hotels and resorts in the continental U.S. and Canada. To qualify for the Senior Citizen Rate, you must be 62 years of age or older with valid identification at check-in. Senior citizens may only book one room at this rate during their stay.

19. IHOP

IHOP offers a special 55+ menu with appropriately sized and priced options — available anytime! Plus, participating locations offer Senior Specials on select days and times, such as 50% off any regular menu item, buy one entree get one entree free, 20% all regularly priced menu items, and more.


20. Jiffy Lube

Some Jiffy Lube service centers offer a senior citizens’ discount, but this discount varies from location to location. Please call ahead to your local Jiffy Lube to determine if a discount is available.

21. KFC

If you’re 55 or older, you may be able to get a free small drink with the purchase of an entree.

22. Kohl’s

Kohl’s offers a special 15% discount every Wednesday in their stores. The special discount is valid in-store only for customers aged 60 or better. Please see a store associate for additional details.


23. Krispy Kreme

Participating locations may offer 10% off for customers 50 year or older (age and discount amount may vary by location). Contact your local store to verify participation.

24. Landry’s, Inc Restaurants

Show your AARP membership card to enjoy a 10% discount off food and non-alcoholic beverages at participating restaurants.

25. Marriott

If you’re 62 years or older, you can save 15% or more on your room rate at Marriott brand hotels worldwide, seven days a week. Discounted rooms are offered on a space-available basis; a maximum of two rooms can be reserved per stay.

26. McCormick & Schmick’s

Show your AARP membership card at any of their 58 McCormick’s family restaurant locations to save 10% on food and non-alcoholic beverages.


27. McDonald’s

Most McDonald’s locations provide seniors discounted coffee and beverages every day, but since they’re individually owned, be sure to check with your favorite location.

28. Michaels

If you are age 55 years or older, take 10% off your entire Michaels purchase including sale items every day (exclusions apply). Simply present a valid ID at the register. See Store Team Member for details.

29. Outback Steakhouse

AARP members can visit Outback Steakhouse any day of the week for lunch or dinner and save 10% off your entire dining bill (excluding alcohol, applicable taxes and gratuity).

30. Rainforest Cafe

Next time you’re visiting Rainforest Cafe remember to present your AARP membership card and save 10% on food and non-alcoholic beverages. May not be used in conjunction with the Company Loyalty Program (Landry’s Select Club). Does not apply to tax, gratuity, or gift card purchases. Valid for Member and up to five family members or guests (parties of six or fewer).


31. Regal Cinemas

AARP members can pay $9.50 for Regal ePremiere Tickets purchased online (conditions apply). Tickets are valid at all Regal Entertainment Group locations nationwide for all movies and showtimes.

Plus, AARP members can save $3 on any small or larger popcorn and soft drink combo at Regal Cinemas. Members must also be a Regal Crown club member and show both their AARP membership card and their Regal Crown Club card at the time of purchase.

32. Rite Aid

The first Wednesday of every month is dedicated to senior events and savings at Rite Aid, including:

  • 20% off non-prescription purchases that day for all wellness65+ members
  • Special monthly activities with a different health topic each month
  • Featured products and information just for seniors

33. Saltgrass Steak House

The next time you’re dining at Saltgrass Steak House, remember to present your AARP membership card and save 10% on food and non-alcoholic beverages.

34. Showcase Cinemas

Showcase Cinemas offers patrons 60 years of age and older a discounted price, at select cinemas, every Wednesday. The reduced price applies to all movies, including MX4D, XPlus, IMAX, and RealD 3D.


35. Southwest Airlines

Travelers 65 years of age or over may get Senior Fares through Southwest Airlines. Get details on fares, limitations, and any restrictions regarding reservations on from a Southwest Airlines Customer Representative or a travel agent.

36. Tanger Outlets

AARP members get a free Tanger coupon book with up to $1,000 in savings offers from brand-name retailers when they show their AARP membership card at Tanger Shopper Services.

37. TCBY

Participating locations offer those aged 55 and over 10% off their entire purchase price.


38. Ticketmaster

AARP Members can save on tickets to select shows and events. Offers include 2 for 1 tickets, value 4-packs, tickets under $40, and more.

39. United Airlines

United offers senior fares to selected travel destinations for passengers who are 65 and older. Ask for more details on these great fares when you make your reservation or select the seniors (age 65 and older) category when you make your booking on

40. Walgreens

The first Tuesday of every month is Senior Savings Day at Walgreens. Seniors 55+ can get 20% off all regular priced eligible items, valid in-store or online. Balance Rewards card required for discounts.


41. Wendy’s

Participating locations may offer 10% off your order or a discounted drink at most locations. Call your local store for participation details.

42. Whataburger

Whataburger may offer seniors a free 8-ounce coffee or a small drink with the purchase of a meal.

43. Wyndham Hotels

Guests 60 years and older are invited to enjoy special savings off their Best Available Rate when they stay at participating Wyndham hotels and resorts.