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Welcome to  The purpose of this site is to connect consumers who are 50 years old and above with the best deals, discounts, and coupons out there.

Here you will find a consolidated list of discounts available for various age categories (50+, 55+, 60+, 62+, 65+) alongside the best promotions those same merchants offer for shoppers of all ages.

We see "senior discounts" available almost everywhere you can open your wallet, but are these the best deals?  No, not always.

Do consumers who happen to be 50 years old and above only purchase items with a senior discount?  No, that's highly unlikely.

Mix-and-match "senior discounts" with merchant or manufacturer coupons if permissible.  Otherwise, simply utilize the discount or coupon that offers the best deal!  Feel good about being money-wise.

Thank you for visiting!

~ Nancy Meyers

Main | Fall Tidings - A Few Things In The Works »

Happy Spring!

How do the months fly by so quickly? Over the past year, I have been keeping the discounts on my site updates through messages from readers like you & official emails from companies. 

Here's a little update on my end. My first grandchild was born this past year. He's an adorable little guy, and much of my time has been spent on adjusting to this new and welcomed chapter in life. 

We've just survived a brutal winter out here--the worst in years. Our home suffered some room and ceiling damage from the ice dams. Now that the weather is finally warming up, we have started with the process of repairs. Not very fun.  

The long winter has left us with a bit of "cabin fever." We're soaking in the spring and summer sun by going outdoors often--all before winter draws its curtains again for another few months.

If you're like us and itching to go outdoors, remember to consider this wonderful program offered by the National Park Service:

$10.00 - Lifetime Pass

Seniors 62+ can purchase a lifetime pass to visit over 2,000 federal recreation sites. Each pass covers entrance fees at national parks and national wildlife refuges as well as standard amenity fees at national forests and grasslands, and at lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and Bureau of Reclamation. More information is available here:

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