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October 25, 2006


Senior Special Section: Many of you will be getting ready for your Halloween festivities this week so read below for some tips to help you save some money while getting ready.

In the last edition of our newsletter, we listed some of the national retail chains that offer senior discounts on items like candy, decorations and costumes. To read last week's newsletter, click here.

SeniorDiscounts News:
Save on Dental, Vision and other Health services, click here.

Thousands of business locations now 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 flowers, eye care and legal services among others.

Challenge Section: SeniorDiscounts announces a new winner for the Add A Discount Challenge and Weekly Newsletter Challenge every week. Do you know how much candy each of us eats each year?

If you would like to tell others about
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Pamela, from College Station, TX tells us that the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum provides $2 off adult admission for people 62 and older.

George in Lake Lanier Islands, GA informs us that at PineIsle Golf Course, golfers 55 and older receive a twilight discount after 3pm every Monday through Thursday.

Becky, of Ypsilanti, MI lets us know that at Hidden Dragon Restaurant, customers 60 and older receive a 10% discount on all orders.

Thanks for all of your submissions.

Tell us know about senior discounts,
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Halloween Discounts Part 2

In our last newsletter we discussed those discounts that can be found at many of the national retail chains around the country. This week, we look at the more general discounts that can be found at your local grocery and thrift stores.

Within the Retail Category on our web site, you can find senior discounts at various grocery stores nationwide. These discounts can range between 5% and 25% off the total bill. Some restrictions typically apply when using the senior discounts at grocery stores. Products like alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, gift cards or certificates may not be included in the discount. A grocery store's senior discounts are usually available on certain days of the week, although some stores may have a senior day only once a month. The most common days for the discount seem to be either on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. These discounts usually begin at age 55, but some may not start until 60 or 62.

If you plan to do some creative decorating or to make your own costumes, you may also find discounts at many hobby and craft stores nationwide. Like the grocery store discounts, they are usually for a certain day of the week, but we have seen some local shops offer a senior discount every day. The discount is usually for 10% off the total purchase and will typically not include sale items. The age requirements for these discounts will most commonly begin at the age of 55, but some stores may offer the discount to seniors 50 and older, while other may begin at 60 years of age.

We hope these discounts help save you some money this Halloween. To search for grocery and craft stores in your area, go to the Discount Search Form located on our web site, click here.

Have a great Halloween.

  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 a free on year subscription to our Card program.
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 is a nationwide provider of flowers and gifts. It offers same day delivery anywhere nationwide and is open 24 hours a day 365 days a year. is offering all SeniorDiscounts Card Members a 20% discount on all orders. Simply use the code "SDC" during checkout.  
Click here for more details about this discount. Search our Online Retailers category.
  The SCOOTER Store

The SCOOTER store is America's leading supplier of power chairs for people with limited mobility. They offer a complete line of scooters, power chairs, home ramps, car lifts, and accessories. SeniorDiscounts Card Members receive a $100.00 discount when purchasing the Go-Go scooter at select distributors.

Click here for more details about this discount. Search our Health and Nutrition category.
  Pet Emergency Card
  The Pet Emergency Card can be a real life saver for your pets. If something should happen to you, the Pet Emergency Card, which is credit card size and can be kept in your wallet, has information on people to contact who can enter your home and care for your pets. SeniorDiscounts Card Members can get the Card for $8.95, a 10% savings.  
Click here for more details about this discount. Search our Local Services category in Las Vegas, NV.
  Family Eyecare Associates
(Olympia Fields, IL)
  Family Eyecare Associates can provide solutions for age related vision problems such as macular degeneration, glaucoma and cataracts. They have a skilled and certified staff of technicians and opticians. The practice also accepts Medicare assignment. SeniorDiscounts Card Members receive a 5% discount on all eyeglass, contact lens purchases, and low vision products.
Click here for more details about this discount. Search our Health and Nutrition category in Olympia Fields, IL.
  Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti
(New Jersey and New York)
  The law firm of Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland and Perretti, LLP, with offices in Morristown, Trenton, and Manhattan, is a leader in the field of elder law and disability planning. SeniorDiscounts Card Members receive a 5% discount on legal fees for elder law consultations and have access to free seminars throughout the metropolitan area.
Click here for more details about this discount. Search our Medical Services category in New Jersey or New York.
  Find a retirement or assisted living community, nursing home or Alzheimer's care home 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 businesses' 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, Paul Tuller of Longview, TX will receive a one year SeniorDiscounts Card membership. Paul, 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:
What was the per capita consumption of candy by Americans in 2005?
A: 22, 26, or 30 pounds?

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

Last Week's Challenge Question:
In which country did the Jack O' Lantern originate?
Last Week's Challenge Answer:


Our winner this week, Louise Hintz of Yuma, CO will receive a one year SeniorDiscounts Card membership. Louise, 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 mistake you have found and please include a correction if applicable. We appreciate your help.


For great deals on books containing senior discounts, click here.


Halloween Facts:

1.1 billion pounds is the total production of major pumpkin-producing states in 2005. Illinois led the country by producing 497 million pounds of the vined orange gourd. Pumpkin patches in California, Ohio and Pennsylvania also provided lots of pumpkins: each state produced at least 100 million pounds. The value of all pumpkins produced by major pumpkin-producing states was $106 million.

More than 93 percent of children go trick-or-treating each year. (Source: NCA)

Halloween is recognized as the third biggest party day after New Year's and Super Bowl Sunday.

Since 1995, trick or treating in the town of Sandusky, Ohio, has been against the law for anyone older then 14.


I'll bet living in a nudist colony takes all the fun out of Halloween.
- Submitted by our reader Samantha.
Thanks Samantha

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PO Box 14762
Chicago, IL 60614

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