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2018 Grocery Store Senior Discounts: Plus, Save at Drugstores

Updated April 2, 2018

Grocery stores offer some of the most popular senior discounts available. On a certain day of the week, shoppers as young as age 55 can save 5% to 10% off their weekly shopping costs.

Just keep in mind that some grocery stores are independently run, so discounts may vary. In other cases, decisions on senior discounts are made at regional offices. Just ask at your local grocery store’s customer service desk to confirm its policy. Although this list is as up-to-date as possible, discounts are subject to change.

Some drugstores also offer senior discounts – up to 20%! – one day a week. Note, however, that these drugstore discounts don’t include prescriptions.

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Grocery Stores

55+

Farm Fresh
5% discount every Tuesday and Thursday.

Hy-Vee
Varies by location. Often 5% off on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. Some stores set the age at 65+.

Piggly Wiggly
Varies by location. Often 5% off one day a week.

60+

BI-LO
5% savings on Wednesdays with a Senior Bonus Card.

Harris Teeter
5% off every Thursday.

Kroger
Often 5% off on Wednesdays, though Kroger has ended senior discounts in some markets.

Publix
Varies by location. Often 5% off on Wednesdays.

ShopRite
Varies by location. Often 5% to 10% off on Tuesdays or Wednesdays.

62+

Hannaford
No chainwide discount. Some locations reportedly offer 5% off on Tuesdays.

 

Drugstores

50+ and 55+

Walgreens
Up to 20% off on Senior Savings Day, the first Tuesday of the month, for 55+ and AARP members.

65+

Rite Aid
20% off non-prescription purchases the first Wednesday of every month in the wellness65+ program.

 

Did we miss any of your favorite grocery store senior discounts? If so, share them in the comments below. If you believe any of this information is inaccurate, let us know that as well.

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    Comments

    1. Do you have discounts for
      Marc’s and Giant Eagle both of which are located in Brooklyn, Ohio

    2. Celeste Mayer says:

      The Discount Grocer gives senior discounts to 62 and older the first five days of each month – 10%.
      There is one in Quakertown, PA

    3. Rachel A Butera says:

      What about HEB and Wal-Mart in San Antonio, TX?

    4. Ruben Willing says:

      Does Wal-Mart have senior discount day in Seattle, Wa

      • Hello Ruben. As we are not affiliated with Wal-Mart, we cannot say whether your local store has a designated senior discount day or not. We suggest visiting their website, calling them, or asking your local store manager the next time you go in. Thanks for stopping by.

    5. Christa Armstrong says:

      Do the IGA in McColl South Carolina have an senior citizen day

    6. Linda Crossley says:

      Does any retail outlet or grocery store like Tops have discounts for seniors in jamestown new york?

      • Hello, Linda.

        Yes, according to Tops’ website: http://www.topsmarkets.com/Savings/Savings_Clubs/

        From the website: “The first Tuesday of every month at TOPS is Young at Heart Day, our savings club exclusively for TOPS shoppers 60 years of age and older! Sign up at the Customer Service desk or your TOPS Pharmacy on the first Tuesday of the month to receive money-saving specials, like 6.0% off your total grocery AND your out-of-pocket prescription purchase!”

    7. 10% of for seniors on Wednesdays!

    8. Gary Anderson says:

      HEB (all over Texas) have no senior pricing policy accept on some drugs

    9. Does food lion of South Carolina have a discount for seniors if so what day..

    10. Doris Armour says:

      Does Quality Foods, Ingles, Walmart have senior discounts?

      • Hello, Doris.

        We’ve never found evidence of a senior discount at Walmart. The other two chains – Quality Foods and Ingles – do not mention senior discounts on their websites. As always, however, you are encouraged to ask at your local store to be sure.

        – Mark, After55.com

    11. Matt Sullivan says:

      Albertan’s in NV offers a 10% discount on your bill the first Wednesday of every month for 55 and older.

    12. Steve Timpson says:

      Kroger discontinued the senior discount in Atlanta, GA as of May 2017

      • Deanna Dalton says:

        If you are an AARP member you can link your Kroger membership number to your AARP member account and receive digital coupons in a seamless automatic manner. At least in Ohio.

    13. MsTheta says:

      Re: Oregon coast
      Safeway (Albertson’s owned?) and Fred Meyer (Kroger-owned) are high-priced for ‘vacationers’ here, year round.

      Safeway offers NO Senior discount here.
      Fred Meyer: us old folks cannot keep track of which ONE day a month and all their corporate “fine print” where Senior discount is not applicable.

      Any suggestions?

    14. Grocery stores in the Washington DC & Maryland, areas please list them

    15. Dortha M. Bock says:

      Every Senior place to live, that I’ve checked out is was too expensive for my low income. Seniors with a high income are so lucky. Unfortunately, I don’t have that kind of income. . .

    16. Linda Hisert says:

      I am looking for low income senior housing.everyone I find has such a long waiting list.I’ve been on a waiting list since May at Fountains at Pershing Park.

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