Kohl’s Military Discount and 2022 Veterans Day Sale

Updated: November 10, 2022

Kohl’s department store chain celebrates Veterans Day with a 30% military discount sale event. The Veterans Day sale begins Friday, Nov. 11 and continues through Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022, according to Kohl’s website.  

If you can’t make it to Kohl’s during the Veterans Day weekend sale event, you can still get a 15% military discount every Monday.

Remember, your family members can use your discount too, as long as you’re at the checkout counter with them. And, you can save even more by combining Kohl’s cash rewards with the store’s Military Monday and Veterans Day discount sale days. 

Find more ways to save at Kohl’s with exclusive coupons here.

Kohl’s Military Discount Eligibility 

Service members and veterans must show military identification to to receive a military discount, according to the retail chain’s website. 

Kohl’s said it will accept current or retiree uniformed services ID cards (including common access cards), DD-214s and state-issued IDs and driver’s licenses with veteran designation

Kohl’s Military Discount Rules and Exclusions

Whether you’re shopping on Military Monday or during the Veterans Day sale, the Kohl’s military discount only works when you shop at the store, and it doesn’t apply to all merchandise

You can’t combine your military discount with percent-off coupons or other offers. However, you can use dollar-off coupons and Kohl’s Cash, but the cashier must apply these coupons before applying your military discount.

Make sure to check out all current sales and promotional offers at Kohl’s to maximize your savings.

More Veterans Day Deals and Sales

For more Veterans Day savings and military discounts, check out Veteran.com’s 2022 list of Veterans Day deals and sales here.

Written by Brittany Crocker

Brittany Crocker served as Veteran.com’s managing editor from May 2021 to December 2022 and launched the publication’s veteran review board. She is a veteran with over 11 years of military service and equal time working in civilian journalism and media. Crocker received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Missouri School of Journalism and was a 2016-2017 White House Press Correspondents Association scholar. During her early journalism career, Crocker worked to expose organized crime, hate groups and deadly regulatory oversights in the childcare, aviation and tourism industries. Her award-winning columns, narrative features and investigations have spanned multiple coverage areas and influenced life-saving policy changes.