Senior citizens in Oregon are afforded a wealth of discounts and special deals that make your retirement years more affordable. With sprawling discounts across parks, museums, retail, and grocery, you’re sure to save a bundle. Check out 10 of the best senior discount offers in the entire state below.
Oregon is one of the most beautiful states in the union, with endless hiking trails, camping options, sporting opportunities, and gorgeous scenery. Therefore, no senior should go without the lifetime Senior National Park Pass. For $80, seniors receive entry into over 2,000 recreation sites. The pass can be purchased online or in person at most of the sites.
Seniors aged 63 and up are eligible to receive discounted prices on regular admission to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. They have regularly changing exhibits, camps, classes, and more.
After years of preparation, months of planning and hundreds of hours of hard work, the OMSI #planetarium is open and ready to amaze. Join our space science director, Jim, and his team on a stroll through the Milky Way, or the Andromeda Galaxy, or maybe Sagittarius A*. The universe is your playground now - come see for yourself!
The Portland Art Museum has a diverse collection of exhibitions, films, classes, and events. No matter how many times you visit, you’re sure to discover something new. Seniors aged 62 and up are eligible for a discounted entrance price of $16.99 for day tickets.
Whether you’re visiting with your grandkids or simply have a free afternoon, the Oregon Zoo is one of the most charming institutions in the state. Seniors can receive a discounted admission price of only $7.95 for the day. The zoo is 64-acres of pure animal awesome.
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If you’re 65 or older, you may be eligible for free college classes at the University of Oregon. Senior citizens are welcome to audit most classes, so long as they’re not working toward a specific degree and as space becomes available.
Many restaurants offer discounts for AARP card holders, but few extend their discount to guests as well. This is where McCormick and Schmick’s stands out. Not only do they offer delicious seafood and steaks, but their 10 percent discount is good on all food and beverages (save alcohol) for AARP members and up to five guests.
Ross is just one of several chain retail stores throughout Oregon that offer discounts to AARP members. Shoppers 55 years-old or older should sign up for Ross’s Every Tuesday Club to receive 10 percent off every Tuesday.
Consider getting your shopping done every Tuesday at Coastal Farm and Ranch. Seniors 55 years-old or older will receive 10 percent off their entire purchase. Goods include footwear, livestock, workwear, lawn and garden, and more.
Fred Meyer sells a little bit of everything, including apparel, bakery goods, books, electronics, grocery, pharmacy, and much more. That’s why it’s great that they offer 55 percent off every first Tuesday of the month. Make sure to check their website for exceptions.
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