Jwdawson
Jwdawson
2 posts
Joined March 2016

Military Discount

Sorry for not knowing or being able to locate in the forums, but does Dillion offer any military discounts? I know as a retiree, there are a lot of us that would prefer to reload over buying. From reading now. For some time Dillion seems to offer the best deal considering the warranty policy. Thanks
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cubsfan74
cubsfan74
1 post
Joined June 2011

RE: Military Discount

To all of you ingrates! No one HAS to give us a discount...stop acting like your entitled to it! This is a company giving a discount of ANY kind! Be grateful for what they are doing and move on! I am active duty and have been for 23 years...YOU signed on the dotted line and accepted all that came with it! Yo7 don’t like it. MOVE ON,
Xsqquid
Xsqquid
1 post
Joined January 2019

RE: Military Discount

My god. I did not know that todays veterans are a bunch of entitled babies. I am embarassed right now to be one. Nobody owes you, you signed on the line.

Does the military now have safe rooms for all the snowflakes?

Thank you dillion for anything you choose to do.
RWillis78
RWillis78
1 post
Joined April 2017

RE: Military Discount

I know lots of veterans who don't ask for and do not use a military/veterans discount when it is available. My Father being one of them, he always says he didn't serve for a discount or recognition and he doesn't want either.
If a discount is offered, by all means take advantage if you so wish, but don't embarrass yourselves by complaining about the lack of what you feel is an adequate discount!

Have you all considered the cost of offering a military discount to a group of reloaders?? I would bet that well over 50% of Dillon users are veterans. If there's a discount offered to one very large customer group then the prices would need to increased to protect the bottom line. Freedom. Capitalism. Contentment.
gleasonpjna
gleasonpjna
1 post
Joined June 2019

RE: Military Discount

I'm brand new here on this forum, and I realize that this is an older thread, but I thought I'd chime in.

I don't see an issue with Dillon offering a discount to only active duty service members. I'm National Guard, so I don't qualify either, and I'm ok with that. It's their company, so they get to set the policy. I did ask when I called just a bit ago, and I was cool with the answer they gave.

I know that there is some vitriol from some of those who think they deserve something for the time they served, but from my perspective, I didn't do 10 years active duty and 8 years (and counting) in the Guard because I thought it would get me discounts. I do take advantage of them when I can, but I'm not going to be upset if I can't.
miajacob098
miajacob098
4 posts
Joined November 2019

RE: Military Discount

I dont know about Dillon has to offer or not, but if you want to get a discount on your desirable stuff then check on https://www.reecoupons.com/categories/veterans-day, because when I need to buy something I simply go there and easily buy by using coupons, I hope it will help you.
kennethrayfield
kennethrayfield
1 post
Joined December 2019

RE: Military Discount

Burger King gives a 10% discount...
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1 post
Joined May 2020

RE: Military Discount

I am a military veteran with 100% disability from the VA. Do I qualify for the military discount?
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