Seasonal Military Discounts at Walgreens

Updated: January 17, 2024
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    Walgreens and Duane Reade drug stores offer military discounts on patriotic holiday weekends, including Veterans Day, Memorial Day and the Fourth of July. In previous years, on Veterans Day, Walgreens offered a 20% military discount to veterans, current military members and their families, according to the chain’s website. 

    When Is the Walgreens Veterans Day Sale?

    We are currently working to get the most up-to-date information on any Walgreens discounts or deals for the Veterans Day in 2024. Be sure to check back, as we update discounts several times a year as they change.

    Walgreens 2024 Veterans Day Discount Eligibility and Exclusions

    You must show valid military, veteran or military dependent identification to participate in the military discount sale event, according to Walgreens website.

    You must also have a myWalgreens Rewards account. You can sign up for one at the store, online or with the myWalgreens app.

    You can’t combine other coupons or promotional discounts with your 20% Veterans Day discount.  You also can’t use your military discount on certain items, including alcohol, dairy products, tobacco, stamps, gift cards and more. You can see a full list of military discount exclusions on Walgreens website.


    More Veterans Day Deals and Sales

    For more Veterans Day savings and military discounts, check out’s 2024 list of Veterans Day deals and sales here.

    Written by Brittany Crocker

    Brittany Crocker served as’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.