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Veteran/Serving Military Appreciation Deals

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Veteran/Serving Military Appreciation Deals

Bed, Bath and Beyond

25% off Entire Purchase In Store Thursday November 9th - Sunday November 12th. Valid for all Regular/Reserve Force, Veterans, DND, Retirees, and Military Spouses. Valid ID required. NDI 20, NDI 75, CFone card,Veteran Affairs Benefit Card. A lot of exclusions. See pic.

Lowes

10% off entire purchase in store only now until Nov 12th. No exclusions. Confirmed in Belleville, Ontario.

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Free oil changes for veterans
No coupon required. Must present CF 1 or Government of Canada Military identification or have a veteran licence plate. This offer is valid November 10, 2017. Participating locations Your text to link here...

Feel free to add any veteran/military deals and they will be added to OP.
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Flair Airlines Ltd., (Kelowna, BC) Canada’s leader in low fare travel today announced a permanent offer to the Canadian Forces Community through the CF Appreciation Program.

Flair Airlines will extend a 10% discount to all Canadian Armed Forces members which includes Veterans, RCMP (both Currently Serving and Veterans), members of the Extended Defence Team, plus their family members.
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Red Robin Gourmet Burgers:

We honour our heroes this Remembrance Day
Veterans & Active Canadian Forces Personnel
FREE Red's Tavern Double Burger and Bottomless Steak Fries On Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017

*No purchase necessary. Free Red's Tavern Double Burger does not count as an item for Red Robin Royalty. At participating Red Robin restaurants. Dine-in only. Valid Saturday, 11/11/17 only. Valid for all veterans and active Canadian forces members. Proof of service required.
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Oakley:

https://oakleyforces.ca

Oakley takes great pride in offering the highest quality products at a direct rate for military, security and law enforcement personnel. The program is for active duty military, reserve, federal and local law enforcement, fire, EMS and those holding military retiree credentials. We have developed a strong program over the past 20 years and we want to ensure that the integrity of the program is held high.

Oakley understands the extreme demands and environments our government customers will encounter so Oakley has made an entire line dedicated to meet these needs.

Oakley is proud to deliver a product of superb comfort, functionality and cutting edge technology to our government customers.

How to Participate in this Exclusive Government Program:
We do want to remind you that participating in this program is a privilege and there are guidelines that must be followed. Please note that as a buyer in this program, you must enter into an agreement between Oakley Canada and you, the Buyer. Once accepted, you the Buyer shall not sell Oakley product to any individual, department, team or unit for a profit. At no time should Oakley products be sold or diverted for resale in any environment whatsoever-including but not limited to Internet, swap meets or flea markets etc.

After completing the online registration and uploading or faxing your ID you will be sent an approval in 7-10 business days or less and then you may place your order. You cannot place an order until you have been approved. You will be sent an email confirming you are approved once we have reviewed your ID. Your account is authorized for your use only; it is not transferrable to any other individual.
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vittycent wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 11:52 pm
Oakley:

https://oakleyforces.ca

Oakley takes great pride in offering the highest quality products at a direct rate for military, security and law enforcement personnel. The program is for active duty military, reserve, federal and local law enforcement, fire, EMS and those holding military retiree credentials. We have developed a strong program over the past 20 years and we want to ensure that the integrity of the program is held high.

Oakley understands the extreme demands and environments our government customers will encounter so Oakley has made an entire line dedicated to meet these needs.

Oakley is proud to deliver a product of superb comfort, functionality and cutting edge technology to our government customers.

How to Participate in this Exclusive Government Program:
We do want to remind you that participating in this program is a privilege and there are guidelines that must be followed. Please note that as a buyer in this program, you must enter into an agreement between Oakley Canada and you, the Buyer. Once accepted, you the Buyer shall not sell Oakley product to any individual, department, team or unit for a profit. At no time should Oakley products be sold or diverted for resale in any environment whatsoever-including but not limited to Internet, swap meets or flea markets etc.

After completing the online registration and uploading or faxing your ID you will be sent an approval in 7-10 business days or less and then you may place your order. You cannot place an order until you have been approved. You will be sent an email confirming you are approved once we have reviewed your ID. Your account is authorized for your use only; it is not transferrable to any other individual.
Sweet thanks, just signed up for Oakley forces (12yrs army). Cheers!
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ROM free admission until Nov 12

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I cried out in despair." RFD user Dingus
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https://cfappreciation.ca/ catalogues almost of all the deals available to CF Members and veterans.

A couple of notable ones:

Free banking from BMO https://www.bmo.com/main/personal/canad ... stablished

CDCB program benefits include:
FREE banking with the Performance Plan1
FREE Unlimited Interac e-Transfer®‡ transactions
Keep the same accounts no matter how many times you relocate
BMO Employee Pricing on a wide range of mortgage options3, 4
Flexibility to move or break your mortgage through the Integrated Relocation Program
Interest rate buy-down option
Eligible for mortgage protection even when on active duty
BMO® ATMs on Bases, Wings and Units saving you time and money
No Annual Fee credit card options with choice of rewards
CDCB Student Line of Credit with preferential pricing and flexibility3, 5
24/7 banking6 with BMO Online Banking and the BMO Mobile App7, 8


BMO CDCB Program benefits are exclusive to all members of the Canadian Defence Community and their families.


Free checked luggages from WestJet and Air Canada

WestJet waives baggage fee(s)* for active or veteran Canadian military personnel.

Any military personnel travelling for business or personal reasons can do so with a maximum of four bags on WestJet flights and a maximum of three bags on WestJet Encore flights at no additional charge. We will not charge overweight and/or oversized baggage fee(s) fee(s) for military personnel; however, baggage exceeding our maximum permitted size or weight will not be accepted as guest baggage and must be shipped via cargo (all applicable fees apply).

Please be aware of the following military identification we accept, and what you must produce before you board your flight:

A CFOne card with "CF" or "V"
Certificate of Service (CF 54 or CF 75) from any branch of the Canadian military
Discharge certificate from any branch of the Canadian military
DND ID card for National Defense (NDI 20)
Record of Service Card (NDI 75)
Statement of Service from any branch of the Canadian military
Valid DND temporary ID card (NDI 10)
WestJet also waives the baggage fees* for active military personnel from other countries who show valid military identification.

* Note: To have your baggage fee(s) waived, WestJet must be the operating carrier on the entire journey.

This exemption does not extend to:

Current Department of National Defence (DND) public servants and their families
Serving and former Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and their families
Other members of first-response agencies, peace officers, etc.
Current staff of Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) and their families
Current staff of Defence Construction Canada (DCC) and their families
Current staff of Communications Securities Establishment (CSE) and their families
Honourary Colonels/Captains(N), Lieutenant Colonels/Commanders and their families
Former Staff of the Non-Public Funds, Canadian Forces with a pension and their families
Former Staff of Department of National Defence (DND) with a pension and their families
Family members of the Staff of the Non-Public Funds (NPF), Canadian Forces (CF)
Family members of the Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC)

https://www.westjet.com/en-ca/travel-in ... ked-excess



Air Canada:

https://www.aircanada.com/content/dam/a ... policy.pdf

BAGGAGE POLICY FOR MEMBERS OF MILITARY TRAVELLING ON AIR CANADA
Effective immediately, members of the Canadian and U.S. military benefit from an enhanced baggage
allowance whenever they travel on a flight operated by Air Canada, Air Canada rouge™ or
Air Canada Express™.
Eligible active and retired members of the Canadian and U.S. military are now entitled to check up to three
pieces of checked baggage, each weighing up to 32 kg (70 lb) each. The allowance is applicable to the
member of the military and is valid for both personal and duty travel.



Airport Handling
As eligibility is confirmed only after a valid military ID has been presented to one of our Customer Sales and
Service Agents at the airport, self-service check-in will not automatically apply the increased baggage
allowance.
Eligible members of the military must continue to use self-service (kiosk, web, mobile) however to initiate
check-in; baggage tags according to the standard ticket allowance must be printed at an airport kiosk, if
available. To obtain baggage tags for any additional baggage over and above the standard ticket allowance
up to three pieces, eligible members must proceed to Check-in Assistance at kiosk-equipped stations or
Economy Class at non-kiosk stations and present a valid military identification card.
If members are eligible for Priority Check-in, they may proceed directly to Priority Check-in, where the
additional allowance will be applied by an agent after presentation of a valid military identification card.
Acceptable form of Canadian military identification
 DND ID card for National Defence (NDI 20)
 Record of Service Card (NDI 75)
 Any Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) Benefit Card
 Discharge Certificate from any branch of the Canadian Military
 Statement of Service from any branch of the Canadian Military
 Certificate of Service (CF 54 or CF 75) from any branch of the Canadian Military
 Valid DND Temporary ID card (NDI 10)
 Canadian Forces or Former member CFOne card (with photo ID)
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A lot of car dealerships have discounts for existing and former cf, Harvey's, petrol, Nike (but only certain locations), Apple has one as well.

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