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News, Magazine and Cable Military Discounts for Military and Veterans

News and Cable Military Discounts

Military Discounts on News, Magazines and Cable Services

Beyond streaming services, some newspapers, magazines, and cable companies offer military discounts on their services. You can find discounts on yearly subscriptions, or on memberships. Here is a list of 12 of them.

The New York Times

The New York Times is offering a military discount to military veterans, active duty service members, national guard and reserve members, and their families who have WeSalute accounts. The offer is for a $50 rate (normally $325) for All Access. please go here.

The Washington Post

The Washington Post offers members of the military complimentary digital Washington Post access. You need a valid .MIL or .GOV email address.  For more info, please go here.

The Salt Lake Tribune

The Salt Lake Tribune offers a $35 yearly subscription, more than 50% off the basic subscription rate. Discounts must be verified with ID.me. For more info, please go here.

ESPN Magazine

ESPN Magazine offers 87% off and a $10 Amazon gift card for members of the military with ID.me. For more info, please go here.

AARP Memberships

AARP offers AARP Memberships to veterans, active duty military, and spouses at up to 43% off as a military discount. For more info, please go here.

Cox Communications

Cox Communications  claims to be the 3rd largest cable provider. They will award you a $25 bill credit for each service you buy. For more info, please go here.

DISH Network

DISH Network, an American television provider, offers a Stars and Stripes package that members of the military can add to their accounts. For more info, please go here.

Looking for other military discounts? We also have discounts on travel, items for military kids, and more.

Paramount+

Qualifying verified service members can get 25% off any Paramount+ plan “for the life of the subscription”after visiting here to verify or set up a SheerID account.

Disney+

Qualifying customers of Base Exchanges can claim a military discount through the official site of The Exchange and get up to 25% off the annual subscription price of Diseny+.

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