Kohl’s Is Giving Veterans And Military Members 30% Off For Veterans Day

Kohls is offering an additional Veterans Day discount
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  • Veterans Day will be honored on Monday, November 11, 2019. 
  • In honor of Veterans Day, Kohl’s is offering a 30% discount to veterans and military members. 
  • In addition, the discount will be available from November 7 to November 11, 2019.

 

Kohl’s is doubling its regular military discount for Veterans Day. In general, Kohl’s gives a 15% military discount on Mondays. This year, they are offering 30% for active-duty service members, veterans, and their immediate families in honor of Veterans Day. The discount will be available from November 7 to November 11, 2019.

To receive the 30% discount, you will need to show a valid military ID, military dependent/family ID or veteran ID when you go to make a purchase. As always, some exclusions may apply. The retailer will also have a Veterans Day sale which may include home good items, clothing, and more.

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Kohl’s is offering veterans 30% off

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The first Veterans Day was observed in 1938. These days, many stores will celebrate Veterans Day with a sale of some sort. In addition, Amazon and Macy’s are also set to have items on sale to honor Veterans Day. Will you be heading to Kohl’s to get an additional discount? Don’t forget, for instance, that every Monday military members can get 15% off too! What a great idea from Kohl’s.

RELATED: Cracker Barrel Is Honoring Military Members With A Special Offer On Veterans Day

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It is so nice to see a retailer give back to veterans and military members! Be sure to head to Kohl’s during those dates to get the extra deal. In conclusion, learn more about the history of Veterans Day in the video below:

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