Getting Home Depot Military Discount Online

January 20, 2014 | Kate Horrell

It has been reported to me that you can get the Home Depot military discount online as well as in-store.  I haven’t been able to try this, because we are living overseas, but you can certainly try.  Let me know what you discover.

According to my sources, you can do this by putting together a regular order online, and then selecting the option to chat with a representative.  Unfortunately, the “chat with a representative” button isn’t listed on the checkout pages, so you’ll have to do some clicking around.  I found it easiest to click on the Home Depot icon at the top left of the page, then scrolling down and selecting Contact Us on the bottom right.  The “Live Chat” box is right there in the center.  I did see the “chat with a representative” button elsewhere, but I could never find it when I was looking!

The representative can’t apply the discount right then, so the discount won’t show up until you get your final email.  This makes me a little uncomfortable, but it is better than nothing.

Don’t forget to shop through Ebates to get a 2% cash rebate on your purchase.  If you are really organized, you can purchase discounted gift cards through a site like CardSnagger to save more, and use a cash back credit card to purchase your discounted gift cards for even more savings.

Please let me know if this works for you.  Thanks!

Comments

  1. D.Kinney says:

    I have not tried Home Depot yet, but as of 01 February 2014, Lowe's will no longer honor the White VA cards given out for service connected disabilities. I think this is wrong.

    • pat c says:

      Got one on phone order , no problem.

    • D. Kusluch says:

      I just shopped Lowe's this past week and I got the discount using my White VA card. But I also have a disabled vet ID card issued to me as well if they would ever not take it.

    • lad says:

      I placed an order online with Home Depot April 12, 2014. The online chat person stated "military discount can be applied when you pick up the order." The manager at Home Depot would not apply the discount because company policy is NOT to give discount to online orders. I have sent several customer service messages to Home Depot and am told by all customer service employees the military discount is NOT available to online orders. I was also told CEO of Home Depot, Frank Blake, "is well aware of our military discount policy". ID can be verified at time order is picked up and I do not understand why this is so problematic for Home Depot.

      • Alan says:

        If Home depot will not honor the discount, Lowes will. I had no trouble getting the discount from the Thousand oaks Ca store.

    • Josie says:

      D. Kinney, the Lowes policy has never allowed for a year-round discount for veterans, just active duty, retired, and 100% disabled. Meaning people with DoD ID cards. If your local store has been giving you the discount with just the White VA card, they were just being nice.

      I don't know why everyone thinks they are entitled to the discount when the policy clearly states "active duty, retired, or 100% disabled."

      You still get the veterans discount on the veterans discount weekends.

    • Richard says:

      Did you retire? If so in NC I know active/retired/Firemen/Law Enforcement you get 10% off each sale. Did you speak with the store managers DM? Try that.

  2. MemphisBelleTN says:

    I just called Home Depot on 02/01/2014 and the rep at the 800# said that HD will no longer be giving military discounts for online orders beginning 02/04/2014. (I'm guessing it's because they can't/don't request faxed copies of ID to verify military service, for obvious reasons.) My husband was looking to buy a couple of items that are only available online (free shipping to store for these particular items). I just ordered them today 02/03/2014 so as not to miss the military discount for online orders. Here is what I did:
    1. I ALWAYS check cashbackholic.com to see which sites give the biggest rebate back for online purchases. Although I'm a member of Topcashback.com which gives 5%, many reviewers have stated that they had issues with click-thrus, getting their money, or having their accounts cancelled for no reason. I've never had an issue with them but preferred to use Mr Rebates (first rebate site I ever joined) since they give 4%.
    2. A phone rep had previously told me that I could place my order online and then call back to ask for my military discount. So I placed my order online for Mr. Rebates to track my purchase. Then I called HD a couple hours later to request my military discount. The rep told me she applied it and it should show up in about 30 mins to 1 hour. It's been about 2 hours since my request but my order is still being processed (it's 1950 CST right now), so I'll check tomorrow morning.
    3. A local HD store employee did tell me that if I didn't get my discount ahead of time for my online order, that they CAN'T adjust it when I pick up my items. So I'll keep checking for my discount, which I'm told I should get an email with the discounted prices PLUS it should show the new prices on my online account order.
    I'll post here to advise if I get my discount and if they are still discontinuing military discounts for online/phone orders.

    • Samantha D. says:

      I found the same thing. I got told if I went into the store that they could apply the online discount since they were there to verify, but got turned down. No online discount.

    • piper1233 says:

      Ive had an online order discounted at the counter when i picked it up. it seems that it depends on the store and the store rep. you deal with.

    • Richard says:

      If you order online for item to be ship to store……. will not give military discount request a full refund, then re purchase the item and show military ID to get 10%. Reason: Store did not stock so they are stuck with item shipped or the have to carry on inventory until they can ship back to another store to store POS od distro whs. If inventory does not move the Mgr have to explain ????????? Hope this helps

  3. Ted says:

    Just this week I experienced the fact that Lowes does not give the 10% Military Discount….I live in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and was purchasing maybe $10.00 of merchandise at Lowes and presented my veteran ID, they refused to give me the discount as advertised. Needless to say I will NEVER do any business with Lowes again. I have received the discount many times there and even more times at Home Depot and have never had any problems at either until now. Home Depot gets ALL my business from now on. Home Depot is a much better store anyway and the employees are much more knowlegable.

    • LouCam805 says:

      i get the discount all the time. w my Vet ID. 4/20/14 Paso Robles, CA and at Home Depot!

    • B.Howard says:

      Home Depot WILL NOT honor military discounts online. You cannot even go into the store and have a HD associate order the online-only merchandise for you and receive the discount. I was told just this morning by a customer service representative that the military discount only applies to in-store merchandise.

      • Marvin McConoughey says:

        That is compatible with my own experience, B. Howard. I wanted an Echo CS355T chainsaw that is an online order only. No discount. However, all shoppers can get free delivery to the shopper's choice of store or home. Plus the standard Home Depot price is attractive in its own right. Let's be clear: Home Depot offers a combination of good prices, great selection, and generous military discounts that make it a very fine place to shop. Lest we forget, we military veterans did get paid during our service.

    • LEONARD MCCARTHY says:

      I do not have a VA card because they have not issued them for two years re: security defect in the previous ones and they just started sending out replacement cards in 02/2014 (lot's of luck on getting it any time soon).

      I too was refused a military discount at a Lowes in Texas and was told that PER LOWES COMPANY POLICY only a "RETIRED" veteran of 20+ years with a MILITARY ID card can get the discount. JUST HAVING A VA CARD WILL NOT SUFFICE. Bye-Bye Lowes, hello Home Depot.

      • Mark USCG Retired says:

        It is also Home Depots policy to give the discount to Active and Retired members only. That policy is very clearly stated on both of their websites. Individual cashiers may not check your credentials. In my opinion, knowingly asking for any discount to which you are not entitled is fraud. I served 26 years and if a retailer wants to "honor" that service I do appreciate it. But it is their right to set their policy how ever they want. It is simple, if you are not entitled to have a military ID you are not entitled to the discount. Sorry.

  4. John says:

    Home Depot no longer offers Military Discounts for on line purchases. I purchased a ceiling fan only available online and was told at the store that I would be able to get the discount once the order was placed. When I called I was told this has never been the policy since they can not confirm that the person purchasing the discount qualifies.

  5. John says:

    Just price matched a washer and dryer at Home Depot using their website which had it at a lower price, and would not honor the military discount

    • Rik says:

      I was told that you can order in the store for something only online, and the discount will be applied.

      • jmc NJ says:

        not true I just tried and nope. HD and lowes stink. Wha t'sthe point ofoffering the discount if you don't honor it,Traders

  6. stumphawk says:

    had a bad experince myself. picked up a few things at HD and when I got to the counter they told me my card was no good. I'm a veinam vet and they tell me that they only give it to active, reserved and retired. sounds like dicrimanation to passed vets to me. hey we did our time but it seems that nothing has changed. veitnam vet have been getting the shaft ever since we came home. and we fought for this country why?

    • piper1233 says:

      You're right. Its nonsense to accept one vet over another, but i don't think its a vietnam thing. These stores want to highlight their support of veterans, but keep profits high by using these ridiculous qualifiers; no different from The VA itself.

    • maineiac says:

      Welcome home. RVN 1968

    • Joann says:

      That person is definitely misinformed, next time ask for the head cashier or the manager. I too am a Vietnam vet, I get my discount at HD every time I shop.

    • Rob says:

      I sincerely hope you are kidding by even implying this is discrimination. You somehow think that you should get every discount that a corporation offers to those VOLUNTARILY SERVING RIGHT NOW or those that have retired after 20+ years of service? get real. You want the benefits you are entitled to? talk to the VA. As for free corporations, they can do what they wish.

  7. Retired Vet says:

    Fellow Veterans, I am a retiree with over 35 year of service to this once great country. I sympathize with the Vietnam vet above, but its not just Home Depot that skims over the veterans and our service. This country is not the same country we once served where patriotism was valued by both the population and the Government. Today the Government and Homeland Security views a patriot as a security threat to the Government. Home Depot is the least of our problems, but could also be the beginning of a change back to what should be and what we fought for.

    • DBCROWLEY says:

      Couldn't agree more. Wish more people weren't asleep at the wheel. We have been masterfully deceived , divided and distracted. They did it everywhere else, what makes anybody think they won't do it here.

  8. Marvin McConoughey says:

    Home Depot has much to gain financially by making its online ordering system available to retired and active duty military members. I understand Home Depot's concern about possible fraud. The basis for that concern can be eliminated if Home Depot first requires the customer to receive some kind of authentication from the customer's nearest Home Depot store. All future online orders by that customer could then be checked with the local Home Depot store. This need take only seconds when done electronically.

    The reason that Home Depot should accept online orders using a military discount is that no single store can hope to stock every item that Home Depot buys for its entire retail system. Another reason is that many of us are not conveniently close to our Home Depot store, and find it easier to shop online. We may buy more from Home Depot, as a result, than if we were actually in the store. Home Depot has very astute senior managers and I recommend that one of them correct this situation so that Home Depot can make more sales and customers can better purchase more great Home Depot products.

  9. HD Vet says:

    I have been told on several occasions that Home Depot will not allow the 10% discount for any items that are on sale in store, the check out system will identify what items are on sale or not and only apply the 10% discount to those items that are not on sale. I've seen this consistently done on several occasions shopping at the local HD store with several different cashiers and customers reps in separate departments.

  10. Natasha says:

    we tried to buy a washer/dryer from Home Depot but they wouldn't allow a military discount. My father served in World War II. He should be able to get one. But they said it was only certain vets who could get one. They don't consider World War II Vets as active or Veteran's who SHOULD get a discount. Lowes doesn't consider this a discount either. Screw Home Depot and Lowes.

  11. Steve says:

    I was told by the cashier at Home Depot in Parker CO that they would no longer give the military discount for lumber. I've bought a bunch from them. No More! If they can't afford 10% discount, then they better shut the doors.

  12. Steve says:

    Home Depot in store would not give me a discount on lumber, stated new policy.

  13. Jeff says:

    I spent seven thousand dollars at HD remodeling a few months ago, and did not know there was a military discount at home depot, until one of the cashiers last week saw my veterans cap and told me about it. Today I was denied my discount because I still have the older "Universal Access Veterans ID". I can't get a new one because the system has security issues, at least that is what they tell me at the VA in Detroit. So, HD, What exactly is wrong with our old ID cards anyway???

  14. Retired CMSGT says:

    The discount is for ACTIVE duty military and RETIRED military. Not every veteran.

    • Tom says:

      Ya, but all veterans should qualify, we served also just because not active today is not a fair thank you for serving. All or none…then..

      • Rosie says:

        Hi Tom, Sorry you didn't receive one. All vets receive the discount on certain holidays like Memorial Day and a few others. My husband just bought a stove on July 4 and received 10% off. His service was in the sixties.

    • Nam vet says:

      Being a veteran is not by how many hours, days or years you served. Many have serverd honorably through out and All deserve the same treatment. No man left behind except when it comes to dividing us on a discount. I for one feel that if you can't treat All veterans alike then you dishonor all of us. We were there for you why can't you be there for us.

  15. Marvin McConoughey says:

    That is my understanding as well, CMSGT. And thank you for your service. The CMSGT title is not earned easily.

  16. Pinsky says:

    We're talking about a discount. Not a God given right or contracted guarantee. We shouldn't be bashing the companies that actually offer a discount. I respect what you've all contributed to our nation, and I'm honored to have been given the opportunity to serve as well. However, Home Depot doesn't owe us anything. It's gracious that they have a discount for Active Duty and Retired servicemembers and shouldn't be taken as a slight if they choose not to extend it to all avenues of their business.

    • zane says:

      I agree with Pinsky everyone of us that vol. did not do it for discounts I am just happy that will offer some discount.

      • john says:

        Who vol.? I didn't back in 1966. But we have a great home depot and lowes. Always get the discount with only 2 years service.

    • Brenda says:

      If a company offers a discount to Military, it should be active duty, retired or veteran. No, it may not be a God given right to get a discount, but if the company offers it, it should be for all Military, active or not.

      • fluwoebers says:

        You don't get to dictate what they "should" do. You are not entitled to anything. If they decide to give discounts to certain persons that is their prerogative. When you start a business, you can give discounts to whoever you want.
        This entitlement mentality disgusts me; especially coming from those who ostensibly served for a higher cause.

        • Josie says:

          I could not agree more. It is embarrassing to see grown adults complaining because a company offers a discount to some people and they're not in the group. How whiney and entitled!

  17. Lady Leatherneck says:

    As a Home Depot employee and a retired service member, I concur with Pinsky. Military discounts are not a God given right, however, Home Depot does much more for veterans than just in-store discounts. The Depot has helped thousands of veterans over the years by repairing or remodeling their homes and has pledged to continue to support such efforts (over $80 million dollars during a 5 year time frame) to assist veterans in need. Home Depot's commitment to veterans is part of its culture and commitment to the military community and I am proud to work for such a company. To clarify HD's military discount policy (what I've been told) – veterans with military IDs get an everyday discount of 10%. Veterans day & Memorial day all vets. I wasn't aware of the lumber exclusion, however, I do know there is little to no mark up on lumber.

    Another money savings tip for everyone out there —regardless if you are a military member–there is another program offered at the Home Depot's ProDesk where you have the potential to save money on in-stock and special order materials. The program is called the BID ROOM. The bid room allows orders of $2,500 or more (on materials only, not installations) to be considered for discounts. The key word here is CONSIDERED for discounts. In some cases I have seen more than 10% taken off of some items and in some cases I have seen nothing taken off. The discount usually depends on quantity of the items as well as the margin on the items. This program is great for DIY'ers who are doing remodeling projects such as kitchens, basements, etc. Also, in addition to the discounts, if you are a contractor, I highly recommend talking with a Pro Sales associate to find out what the ProDesk can do to help you get your products as quickly as possible so that you can get back to your job site. By the way, I am not a spokesperson for Home Depot, I am merely an employee who loves what I do and I believe in Home Depot's values. Thank everyone for their service! Best regards.

  18. Retired Veteran says:

    Did a lot of shopping around for a kitchen full of appliances and had always shopped Home Depot in the past – well not now and not in the future. Was told that HD no longer honors a sales price and the Military discount. Does anyone with your company realize how much business you have acquired in the past just due to the military discount and now that you no longer deem our service and business as important you will be the real loser. Retired with 37 years – do you even care….well I do and that is why I will never shop HD again.

    • harveygreen48 says:

      37 years thats a long time!!!!!!!!!!! My only question is at what point in that 37 year career did you get the memo that deemed you ENTITLED!!!!!!!!!!! It is embarrassing to know that a fellow service member devalues their service, by emplying that the only reason they served was for entitlements.

    • Rob says:

      Yes, I am sure HD has acquired so much extra business by offering a 10% discount to military members being as those who have served in the military make up about 1% of the U.S. population. I am sure that 1% is just filling every HD store in the country especially since they are the only home improvement store offering said discount…er…maybe not?

      It is a drop in the bucket either way and they are a business operating in a free capitalist society that you fought to defend. They are welcome to offer discounts any way they please. Your whining about what you believe you are entitled to will only result in them pulling this discount all together and screwing those who served with and after you.

  19. Laurie says:

    Was just in Home Depot looking at appliances and was told the max discount for military is $50. Companies get to look good by saying they offer discounts, but to put this low of a limit is rediculous. The discount brought me in there… If it’s gone I’ll go somewhere else.

    • barnabas says:

      There are 2 HD within 2 miles of me. one store has this cap one doesnt… No idea why the differences… you can guess which one i go to.

    • Rob says:

      oh boo hoo hoo. I guess you would rather have a $0 discount?

  20. Shane says:

    It seems to me as a Vet myself, that those above that are really upset not getting a discount, is really upset about other things and this is their release. Since when; durring and after we served did we expect better treatment while we served our country, The expectation of it giving back to us has always been the at the minimum. Our pay checks to what our speciality was compared to the civilian world never matched and probably never will. Home Depot and companies alike are here to make money and they are not obligated and we should be thankful for how long the discount lasted, not for what is no more. We are more to this country than any civilian can understand, we protected them so they can have a civilian life, We are part of a small proud community who served with our integrity and are heros to every person who don't have the capability to understand what our service means. Be humble my friends and just don't expect an expectation that was never shown in the first place.

  21. Marvin McConoughey says:

    Shane, as a retired vet, I fully agree with your statement. We join voluntarily, remain in service voluntarily, and do so without guarantees of discounts.

  22. Phil says:

    Well, I am a VET. Happen to have a service-connected disability. I always had the white VA card until about a year ago. I got a new (red-white-blue) card with photo and the service connected disability verification on the card.
    Well, I was denied the discount until I got the new card. Both Home Depot and Lowes honor the card for discounts on everything but store special sale items (no "double dipping"). There are so many variations of the discount policy, written here, it makes me wonder what that policy really is.
    I was in a HD store today asking about the possibility of getting the 10% for an on-line only order. Was told it could not be done but that HD was working on a way to do it. Not the end of the world. I fully understand the verification problem.

  23. maineiac says:

    I am also a Vet. I do a lot of DIY stuff, and shop at both Home Depot and Lowe's. Last year I bought a riding mower at Lowe's and paid almost $1500 cash. A week later I made another purchase at the same store. The cashier saw my veteran's cap, and offered me a 10% discount. I said that I wish I had known that last week when I had spent so much money. She called her manager over, and he told me that if I would bring him my receipt he would give me the discount! I had saved the receipt for the warranty, and went home and got it. He gave me back nearly $150 in cash! What more could someone ask! BTW, no one from Home Depot ever even offered a discount.

  24. Marvin McConoughey says:

    My local shopping area has only Home Depot. Congratulations to Lowe's for taking good care of you.

  25. Anthony says:

    I have a fix to this verification problem…us vets should be able to go into the local depot and place an online order at the store and show our ID for verification …problem solved ..

    I am usually a Lowe's guy but depot has this glider that my wife loves and they only carry it and I can only get it online …me being on a fixed income and the wife having to stay home and care for me due to being medically retired 40% from the Marine Corp after 12 years of service and being rated 100% from the VA I really need any kind of discount I can get…

    I also disagree with these commenters that say we are not entitled to anything , while I do agree we are not entitled to anything , at the same time I think we as vets and especially the disabled vets could be granted a measly 10% discount no matter the situation or discounted amount, considering the enormous amount of business vets give depot and Lowe's
    I know personally I love in daily hell due to my injuries. While a discount doesn't solve my disabilities, is sure does help with moral and feeling appreciated and finances..

    Semper Fi

  26. Marvin McConoughey says:

    I am sorry that you are in pain. I know how discouraging that can be. As a retired vet, I appreciate Home Depot's generous military discount even though I would like them to adopt your suggestion of online order, in-store verification.

    The ten percent discount, however, is not at all "measly, as you label it. Consider this: The company makes net, after expenses, taxes, etc, maybe 12 or 15 percent profit on its sales. That is likely an overstatement, but even so, taking ten percent off the normal price causes a far greater percentage reduction in Home Depot's profit on that item. Then, too, Home Depot may take into account the fact that some products it sells with a military discount would still be purchased without the discount. Consider

  27. rob frittnor says:

    This is no surprise to me, hypocrite Langone wants to look good and then does this. The only reason he helps vets in anyway is because it will bring more vets into the store…classic bait and switch corporate bullcrap, make em feel appreciated phoniness to make America think they are good veteran supporters when they aren't they get 100%WRITE OFF ON THEIR TAXES and ultimately help very few. Really, consider what they do, a few homes a year, they get free materials from their suppliers and they get all the phony patriotic cheers. If Americans really knew how it worked they would bypass their localHD a shop at their mom and pop or local hardware store like we do. They got not ONE DIME from us when we builr out $1,000,000 house…Thomas Builders in Sequim Wa. didi
    . HOME DEPOT the hardware WALMART! Stop giving them your biz Sequim folks, they are greedy corporate hacks. VIET Nam Viet

  28. harveygreen48 says:

    The military discount is a privilege, not a right. Organizations that offer the discount do so with the intent of giving back to the men and women who sacrificed. That being said, there are absolutely no organizations that are required to give you a discount. You did not join the military for the discount, ( if you did, you should really reevaluate your priorities), I am retired Navy, I never expect a discount, I never ask for the discount, if someone offers it, fine, but then I still bulk at accepting it. I also work at an organization that offers the discount. The following examples are what I hear everyday from stingey, self absorbed people: 1. I want my military discount i earned it. ( lots of older non retired military veterans say this everyday) 2. I dont care if your company donated 60 million dollars to help veterans, i want my discount. ( a dependent wife said this) 3. Who cares about the veterans i want the discount ( A dependent wife said this) those are just a few examples of what is said daily.
    please remember:
    1. no one has earned a discount, the company offers it
    2. companies set the requirements for the discount, not the military
    3. if based on your veteran status, the government wont let you take advantage of the services on base like the commissary, exchange, package store, or even allow you to get on a base, why would you think you should get a military discount based on serving a few short years.
    4. for spouses, if you didn't serve, do not embarrass the services by making an ass of yourselves when asking for a discount. if the items you are purchasing are not eligible, please dont make a scene, it is childish and serves no purpose except to make everyone uncomfortable. Dont threaten someones livliehood by saying you are going to call corporate and tell them the store is being rude. corporate made the policy, the store didn't. they are going to back up the store.

    • Marvin McConoughey says:

      That is a great post, harveygreen48 with which this retired vet agrees. I take the discounts made available to me, but with a sense of gratitude to the offering businesses. I assume that the discount costs to the offering companies are partially offset by good will and increased sales and store patronage. It is still a good deal and reflects a positive attitude toward veterans by, among others, Home Depot.

  29. Ken C says:

    Lowes takes my veteran card all the time (Salem, OR) Never a problem. On the other hand I was in Home Depot a little over a year ago and was told thar I had to have a service connected injury on my VA card in order to receive a discount. I was kinda ok with that and was going to go ahead with my purchases (about $900.00. That was until the check out girl also informed me that Vietnam was not a real war!!!!!!!!! Excuse me, I just walked out of the store and have never been back! I have since then spent 1,000 of dollars at Lowes. 10% isn't much, but at Lowes in addition to the discount they always say "Thank You For Serving" that means a lot to any veteran

  30. Kevin says:

    The 10% Military Discount from Home Depot is a myth. What they offer is a selective discount that doesn’t apply to “commodity items.” You won’t know if your purchase is covered or not until you get to the checkout. I’ve been in contact with them asking them to be honest with the public about the limitations on their “discount” but they’re dragging their feet. So here are your choices. You can go to Home Depot where you MIGHT get a 10% discount on your purchase or you can go to Lowes where you know you will receive a 10% discount. To me the choice is simple. I’m fortunate to live close enough to both stores to be able to have a choice. Some people aren’t that fortunate.
    I know that I’m not entitled to a discount from anyone. My problem is when Home Depot leads people to believe that they’re going to get a 10% discount just to get them into the store and then they change the rules on you. It’s a deceptive practice.
    Btw…this applies to people who are still serving. I’m not familiar enough with veteran/retiree discounts to be able to make a comment.

    • Kate says:

      Kevin, I'd love to hear more about your experiences. I've used the Home Depot discount numerous times, and never had them tell me that any item wasn't covered by the discount.

      • Kevin says:

        I've also used the HD discount many times with no problems. But recently I made a purchase and noticed that the amount didn't decrease. I was told by the store that some items didn't qualify for a discount and that they couldn't tell you what those items were until you went to checkout. I contacted their corporate customer service people and this was in their response.

        "Many items considered as building materials such as lumber and fencing are not eligible to receive the military discount. These are commodity items which have a unique pricing model. Our registers are set up to automatically exclude these items, and unfortunately, we cannot perform overrides."

        You can go to the Home Depot facebook page and see different people complaining about this same issue. Many places on the internet tell the military that they can receive a 10% discount by shopping at HD. That's the part that I'm referring to as a myth. Go to the HD website and look for their posted military discount policy. At this time, you won't find anything. I'm pushing for them to be transparent about the limitations of their military discount but I'm not making much progress.

  31. Debra says:

    I use the discount quite a few times monthly. I have never had a problem!

  32. r herd says:

    I live in a small mid Tennessee town with HD and lowes.Show my VA medical ID card and always get discoune,they have barcode to scan at each register at both stores.Guess it pays to live in the VOLUNTEER STATE..GO VOLS

  33. StudentOfHayyel says:

    I asked about a military discount this past February for an online purchase and was told they no longer offered it online because they could no longer prove Veteran status (apparently people were lying about being Vets so they could get the discount).

    I had been getting the 10% discount on all instore purchases until July 17th. When I mentioned the military discount on the purchase of a kitchen base cabinet, I found out it was not offered for this purchase. Neither the Kitchen Sales rep nor the cashier could tell me what purchases qualified – only that it would not be honored on the cabinet purchase. At this time I can not find Home Depot's current policy on Military discounts for purchases.

  34. Genie says:

    The white disability card was hard enough to acquire, as well as what my disabled Viet Nam veteran went through to get it. If this is the case every Veteran should be issued a new card immediately saying Service Connected. Obviously the card is service connected when it shows your picture and will admit you to the hospital and Dr. serving the Veterans. I doubt the Veterans Affairs will issue another card just for the wording service connected. Being refused at Home Depo just brought up all the old hurts of the Viet Nam era