Exchange Says ‘Thank You’ to Service Members with Veterans Day Deals

DALLAS – The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is extending a special thanks to military families this Veterans Day by slashing prices on the holiday season’s hottest gift items.

Starting Nov. 11, the Exchange will offer exclusive savings on select TVs, apparel, handbags, appliances and computers. Prices are effective through Nov. 17 while supplies last—shoppers seeking high-demand, deep-discount products are encouraged to arrive early on Nov. 11 to ensure their place in line for the hottest holiday items.

“The Exchange deeply values the selfless contribution of our nation’s veterans,” said Retired Army Col. Thomas Ockenfels, the Exchange’s Director of Staff. “Bringing Black Friday-caliber deals to military families on Veterans Day is just another way for us to honor the sacrifices of those who give so much to protect our country.”

Veterans Day shoppers will also receive bounce back coupons on Nov. 11 and 12 offering cash discounts on in-store purchases made Nov. 15 through 19. Additionally, MILITARY STAR card holders will earn double points Nov. 11 through 13.

The Exchange will also offer several food court, mall and Express deals on Veterans Day, including 15 percent off any food purchase using a MILITARY STAR card; a free gourmet fries with any sub and drink at Charleys Grilled Subs; a free tall hot brewed coffee for Veterans, active duty and spouses from the Express and Exchange restaurants; and $10 off any concession or kiosk purchase of $25 or more with a MILITARY STAR card.

In addition, on Nov. 10 all Exchange Popeyes locations will offer an eight-piece mixed bone-in chicken or eight-piece tenders for $5.99 in the continental United States, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Alaska.

Veterans Day sale items will also be available at starting Nov. 11. Shoppers can get a sneak peek of items and pricing starting Nov. 4 by logging on to, downloading the Exchange EXTRA mobile app or picking up the Veterans Day Sale flyer at their local Exchange.

One hundred percent of Exchange dividends go to military-quality of life programs. The Exchange has contributed $2.4 billion of its earnings to such programs over the past 10 years.

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The Army & Air Force Exchange Service goes where Soldiers, Airmen and their families go to improve the quality of their lives through goods and services provided. Exchange earnings provide dividends to support military morale, welfare and recreation programs. The Exchange is part of the Department of Defense and is directed by a Board of Directors, responsible to the Secretaries of the Army and Air Force through the Chiefs of Staff.  To find out more about the Exchange history and mission or to view recent press releases please visit our Web site at or follow us on Twitter at


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For more information or to schedule an interview with an Exchange representative please contact Conner Hammett, 214-312-2714 or [email protected].

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