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11 fantastic discounts for law enforcement officers

Many merchants offer special discounts to LEOs as a "thank you" for their service


By PoliceOne Staff

As a police officer, you face extraordinary challenges every day because it’s what you were born to do. You’re not in it for praise or accolades (even though you absolutely deserve them). But it's still nice to be acknowledged for the service you provide, and many companies offer great discounts for being a law enforcement officer. Given the holidays are right around the corner and budgets are already tight, every penny saved makes a difference. That’s why we’ve gathered 11 fantastic discounts you can use for everything from outdoor gear to a relaxing getaway.

Discounts for law enforcement officers

First responders can save money by taking advantage of special discounts from many retailers. (Photo/Flickr)
First responders can save money by taking advantage of special discounts from many retailers. (Photo/Flickr)

1. Sandals Resorts – If you’re able to get away this winter, do it at a discount. Active police officers can get an additional 10 percent discount on any promotion at Sandals Resorts. 

2. Royal Caribbean – Royal Caribbean offers special pricing for police officers and veterans on certain cruises. Anyone occupying the same room as the officer is also eligible for the discount. Refer to their website for a more detailed look at discounted rates. 

3. GOVX – All uniformed professionals, including military, police, firefighters, and EMS workers are offered membership with GOVX, which includes 65 percent off over 400 retail brands, exclusive sports, concert and other tickets as well as special deals on travel packages, hotels, rental cars and theme parks. 
 
4. Auto Insurance – If you've also served our country in the military, you can get a discount on auto insurance. Several providers dole out discounts, so it's important to compare different auto insurers to see which provides the best discount for veterans

5. MLBShop.com, NFLshop.com and NHLShop.com  – Sports fans rejoice. The NFL offers a 10 percent discount to law enforcement. The NHL and MLB both offer 15 percent off to officers and their families as well.

6. Columbia Columbia’s Professional Purchase Program offers a discount to all employees of government agencies who actively work outdoors. Under the terms of service, members of the Professional Purchase Program may not disclose pricing information to anyone who is not an active member of the program.

7. Under Armour – Active police officers, veterans, EMTs and firefighters can take advantage of a 10 percent discount offered by the clothing brand Under Armour. You just need to select the military & fire responder discount at checkout (if you’re online shopping) and you can verify your status instantly. 

8. Ford – Ford offers discounts to police officers through its First Responder Appreciation Program. The offers vary, but right now you can get $1000 in bonus cash when you buy a car through the program. 

9. Apple – The popular electronics brand offers government employees special pricing on personal electronic devices. To redeem their offer go to this page

10. Costco – Police officers who join Costco will receive exclusive coupons worth over $60 (which includes three free items). 

11. Oakley Standard Issue – This division of Oakley Inc. caters to first responders, military personnel and other government employees. Products through this division are marked at a special rate. Register on their webpage for access to products at discounted prices.

Finally, before taking a discount, be sure you know your department's policy on accepting such gifts — no discount is worth losing your job. Do you know of additional retailers that offer discounts for public safety officials? Mention any we missed in the comments below.
 

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