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The Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is the country's leading organization protecting the rights of military servicemembers and their families. Those who belong to MOAA not only lend their voices to a greater cause, but they also gain access to extensive benefits tailored to the needs and lifestyles of military officers. MOAA members proudly hail from every branch of the
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MOAA - Military and Veteran Discounts in Hawaii
Active duty military members and veterans can use coupon code “WeSupport” for a 20-percent discount. Call (808) 589-0456. Scenic adventures. KapohoKine Adventures conducts adventure, cultural, and historical expeditions on Hawaii Island. Depending on the tour you choose, you may go zip-lining, swim in a private waterfall, visit volcanoes
MOAA - Find Your Adventure, From Mild to Wild
The regular price for a four-day pass is $997, but active duty and retired servicemembers pay $317 (a 70-percent discount). Use coupon code 4DAYMIL. Or come for just a day: The one-day Saturday Wellness Workshop Retreat is regularly priced at $297, but active duty and retired military personnel may attend for $97.) Use coupon code 1DAYMIL.
MOAA - Money-Saving Travel Tips
Regular prices range from about $120 to $400, but MOAA members get an exclusive 35-percent discounts on backpacks, daypacks, wheeled duffles, and carry-on luggage (use coupon code MOAA35). Or get a 70-percent discount on messenger bags (use coupon code MOAA70). (Some backpacks, such as the one pictured above, convert to a wheeled carryon.)
MOAA - Vacation in Vegas
Active duty and retired military members get a 30-percent discount. Prices depend on pickup and drop-off location, but to give you an idea, a ride between Pasadena to Las Vegas would run about $41 each way with your discount. Use coupon code “military.” Call (818) 330-6446.
MOAA - February Commissary Savings and Promos
Take advantage of these seasonal commissary promotions, and find additional savings and coupons online. Throughout February: Reward card coupons and breakfast product discounts Shoppers can use their rewards card to clip a digital coupon for $1 off any two Pepperidge Farm products (bread and snacks over 5 oz.) and a coupon to save $5 on the purchase of $30 or more on the Kimberly-Clarke
MOAA - 2019 Military Appreciation Month Discounts
From 12-6 p.m. on May 4, 11, and 18, shoppers with a valid military ID can visit the courtyard by Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH to enter to win a $100 Visa® Simon® gift card every hour. * Texas de Brazil Churrascaria Steakhouse is offering veterans and active duty military personnel with military ID a discount of 50 percent on dinner May 27-29.
MOAA - Go Outside And Play
Servicemembers get a 20-percent discount off the luxury eight-day Surf Family Cascais for up to six people. Transfers from and to Lisboa, four-star accommodations in villas, and surf sessions and lessons are included. The offer is valid through Oct. 31, 2016.
MOAA - Escape Winter’s Chill in the USVI
For more discounts throughout St. Thomas and St. John, pick up a copy of the new 2015 Virgin Island Saver, with coupons for activity and attractions, throughout the islands. The book is regularly priced at $29.99, but Michael Motylinski (also known as “Island Mike”), who created the book, offers it for just $10 to military members.
MOAA - The Million-Dollar Question: How Much Is Enough to
Let me be conservative for a moment and spitball some numbers (Jim warned you I would): With Service retired pay of about $4,250 a month, two monthly Social Security checks ($2,800 for the household “breadwinner” and $1,400 for the spouse), and some supplemental income ($1,500 a month off $450,000 invested), a couple generates $9,950 a
MOAA - Happy Thanksgiving to Our Members and Your Families
By MOAA Staff . To our members, your families and all our men and women in uniform, Happy Thanksgiving. Whether you are standing watch for freedom or continue to serve as a veteran doing great work in our communities across America, we are grateful for all you do to live the MOAA mantra of Never Stop Serving.