Veterans Can Now Use the Home Depot Military Discount

Home Depot military discount
A Home Depot logo sign hangs on its facade in North Miami, Fla. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

All U.S. veterans, active-duty service members and their spouses now qualify for Home Depot's everyday military discount thanks to an expansion announced by the home improvement retailer.

In the past, only active-duty troops, military retirees and their dependents could use the discount. Veterans were permitted to use it only on Memorial Day, July 4 and Veterans Day.

The 10% military discount is also now newly valid for online purchases in addition to in-store shopping, officials announced in a press release. Qualifying shoppers must create an account and then verify their military status in order to access the discount online and through the Home Depot app.

The military discount is available for eligible purchases up to a $400 maximum annual discount and can be used every day throughout the year.

Home Depot's discount now closely matches the Lowe's military discount.

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