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SeniorDiscounts, Recommended by Consumer Reports Money Adviser
March 2006

April 7, 2006


Senior Special Section: SeniorDiscounts has joined forces with the National Association of Working Seniors in order to help bring working seniors and businesses together. We hope this will bring further discounts to our members and to the senior community at large.

SeniorDiscounts Card News: Now over 5,000 business locations that offer exclusive discounts for members of the SeniorDiscounts Card. For more information on becoming a member of the SeniorDiscounts Card program, click here.

Senior Discounts Section: We highlight SeniorDiscounts Card Member discounts available on car rentals, lodging, and vitamins, among others.

Challenge Section: SeniorDiscounts announces a new winner for the Add A Discount Challenge and Weekly Newsletter Challenge every week. Check out our Challenge Section below for more details, this week's winner and for other ways to win a free SeniorDiscounts Card Membership.

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If you are interested in helping us spread the word about SeniorDiscounts Card and would like to become a representative, please contact us. Click here.


Joyce, from Florence, KY tells us that Bluster's Icecream Shop provides a discount to customers 60 and older.

Becky from Chicago, IL tells us that the Chicago Symphony Orchestra offers discounted tickets for people 64 years of age and older. Tickets can only be purchased at the Box Office on the day of the performance.

James in Iowa City, IA reports that Iowa City Optical provides a 10% discount on services to patients 65 and older.

Thanks for all of your submissions.

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National Association of Working Seniors

In its continual effort to provide information on discounts for seniors, SeniorDiscounts has partnered with the National Association for Working Seniors (NAWS). Through this partnership, SeniorDiscounts hopes to expand the number of discounts available on its web site and to its members and to reach a larger number of seniors who can benefit from money saving discounts and deals.

Many businesses are reaching out to working seniors, and this new alliance will provide a direct link between working seniors and those businesses that currently offer discounts or would like to offer discounts to this demographic. Working American Seniors are a great asset to this country and SeniorDiscounts looks forward to introducing our complete listing of national discounts to NAWS members.

The National Association of Working Seniors (NAWS) is dedicated to addressing the needs and interests of working people age 50 and older.

Through information and education, advocacy and service, NAWS' stated purpose is to enhance the quality of life for all senior workers by promoting independence, dignity and purpose. NAWS believes that the social security system will not provide adequate retirement income for everyone and that many in the senior age group will want to continue working in their current occupations or reenter the work force in a new career. NAWS believes that the continuation of seniors in the work force will become the best way to address the projected worker shortage beginning in 2010.

The NAWS vision is to excel as a dynamic presence in every community by shaping and enriching the experiences of its working senior members. NAWS focuses its efforts and resources to help its members understand their own strengths and interests and to find career options that meet their needs. It also helps employers understand the benefits of hiring or retaining senior workers.
NAWS also advocates for its members at the state and federal level and keeps its members informed on issues that impact their lives as working seniors.

For more information on the National association for Working Seniors, visit its web site, click here.

  This week we bring you some of the discounts available in our SeniorDiscounts Card program. The following discounts and over 130,000 more can be found at Included in each listing is the phone number, address, map of the location and more. Remember - we add more discounts every week.  

Do you know of a senior discount that we don't? Tell us and you could win $100.
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  Budget and Avis
  Budget and Avis Car Rentals have regular special offers for Members of the SeniorDiscounts Card program. Visit our web site for their new offers.  
Click here for more details about this discount. Search our Car Rentals category.
  Rodeway Inn

Rodeway Inn offers SeniorDiscounts Card Members a 20%-30% savings at all of its hotels across the United States. Simply call the toll free number 800-4CHOICE and quote the discount #00062600. Card members can also save online by going to and entering the code in the Special Rate ID field. May be required to produce SeniorDiscounts Card at check in.

Click here for more details about this discount. Search our Lodging category.
  EcoEagle Health Systems
  EcoEagle Health Systems provides air purifiers that clean the air in the entire house or apartment of unseen particulates that can trigger allergy and asthma attacks. It can also help with other breathing problems and will decrease odors, pet dander, dust, bacteria, viruses and fungi. SeniorDiscounts Card Members receive 10% off high-quality air purifiers as well as free shipping.
Click here for more details about this discount. Search our Online Retailers category.
 provides Vitamins, Supplements and Natural Health Products. SeniorDiscounts Card Members receive 10% off their orders. Visit the web site at or call the toll free number 1-800-793-2601. You must use the SeniorDiscounts Card promotion code located on our web site.
Click here for more details about this discount. Search our Online Retailers category.
  The North Country Gazette
  The North Country Gazette is a daily online newspaper of news, commentary and investigative reports for New York State and beyond. It focuses on legal, consumer and legislative news. SeniorDiscounts Card Members receive 10% off all Gazette services and all in-house e-books, as well as 5% off NCG merchandise.  
Click here for more details about this discount. Search our Local Services category.
Located in Chestertown, NY.
Senior and Elder Care Resources:
Find a retirement or assisted living community, nursing home or Alzheimer's care that matches your needs at View maps and online tours or get driving directions. Check out their new, easier search, click here.

Find elder care at This free referral service helps you find everything from Home Care and Assisted Living to Financial Planning and Personal Emergency Responses. Click Here.

Add a Discount Challenge

Each week in this newsletter we announce a new winner in the Add A Discount Challenge. Let your fellow senior discounters know about any new discounts you find and keep those discounts coming.

We are looking for any and all NEW Senior Discounts. This means discounts that we don't already have on our web site. Ask at your favorite place of business and find out if it offers a senior discount. If it does, simply submit it on our web site. Click here.

You can also tell us about businesses you think would be interested in offering a senior discount. Provide us with the business' information and we will contact that business and invite it to offer a senior discount. The more discounts you enter, the better your chances of winning. Click here.

As always, we greatly appreciate your participation in adding value to our service.

Our winner this week, Joyce Beeson of Florence, KY will receive a one year SeniorDiscounts Card membership. Joyce, please e-mail us at: to claim your prize.

Weekly Internet Challenge

Answer the trivia question and you will be entered to WIN a complimentary SeniorDiscounts Card Membership with included SeniorDiscounts Guide Book.

This Week's Challenge:
Which country allowed women to vote in an election for the first time on April 4, 2006?

To answer: Click Here and tell us your answer to the Weekly Challenge. Good luck!

Last Week's Challenge Question:
In which country was the March 29, 2006 solar eclipse first visible?
Last Week's Challenge Answer:

Our winner this week, Diane Tascione of Colton, CA will receive a one year SeniorDiscounts Card membership. Diane, please e-mail us at: to claim your prize.

Corrections Challenge

We can always use help keeping our database of discounts current and our web site free of errors. If you find a discount that is not correct, no longer valid, or an error on our web site, let us know and we will send you a gift. Just e-mail us at: with the correction you have found and please include a description of the mistake. We appreciate your help.


Taken from Newsweek's 7 Most Endangered Wonders of the World.
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Luxor, Egypt
Construction of the Aswan Dam has caused salt to build up in the soil around the temples, eroding their ancient foundations and filling many tombs with water.
Babylon, Iraq
The largest ancient settlement in Mesopotamia has been damaged and contaminated. Hussein installed a giant self-portrait there and U.S. troops built trenches and crushed ancient roads.
Coral Triangle, Indonesia
Home to one of the most diverse collections of marine life in the world. This ecosystem faces a growing threat from over fishing as well as destructive fishing, in which explosives or poisons are used to kill the fish, and also permanently destroying their habitat.
Machu Picchu, Peru
The ancient Inca city is in danger of becoming a victim of its own popularity. Development near the site is exacerbating the problem of landslides, which threaten to dislodge Machu Picchu from its alpine perch.
A nation of 12,000 islands that contain some of the richest marine life in the world is at risk from rising sea levels caused by global warming. The 2004 tsunami, which devastated the country’s infrastructure, has already erased some tiny atolls.
Venice, Italy
The city has been sinking at a rate of more than one centimeter a century. Industry workers pumping groundwater from below the city and huge tidal wakes left by freighters and ships have added to the rising water.
Great Wall, China
Today nearly two thirds of the 6,352 km wall has been destroyed by erosion, crass commercialism and unchecked development.



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