Exclusive Father’s Day Deals: Defense Discount Service Saves Up To 50%

Through the Defense Discount Service, members of the armed forces, veterans and partners in the defense community can now get their hands on various new exclusive discounts for their loved ones ahead of Father’s Day on Sunday, June 19. If you’re stuck for a freebie or hoping to get away, Defense Discount Service offers thousands of discounts and perks for its cardholders to help you out.

With over 500,000 members, Defense Discount Service partners with some 9,000 brands, offering savings on phones like Apple, Samsung, New Look, Halfords, Shark Clean and O2 to name a few.

Tom Dalby, CEO of Defense Discount Service, said, “Father’s Day is a fantastic opportunity to come together and celebrate the father figures in our lives.

“For the past two years, many of us have not been able to come together for this special day, making it an opportunity to make memories through an outing with Virgin Experience Days or a family dinner at Bill’s even more special.

“We understand that some members of the Armed Forces unfortunately still will not be able to mark the occasion in person, and hope the exclusive offers with Clintons and Funky Pigeon can help our members share their love and appreciation, regardless of physical distance. . ”

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“We’re thrilled to partner with fantastic brands to give back to those who give so much to us and empower them to celebrate the everyday heroes in their own lives.”

This Father’s Day, Defense Discount Service cardholders can now get up to 50% off top brands.

For a day to remember, members can take advantage of an exclusive 20% discount on Virgin Experience Days and tech enthusiasts can save 15% on Philips products.

For those with a green thumb, enjoy 30% off all orders placed with Bloom & Wild, while sports fans can take advantage of deals like Halfords, American Golf and Go Outdoors.

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