By: Stephanie Horvath

Getting older is not always a bad thing. There are benefits once you get “Over the Hill”. Many restaurants provide their guests with discounted meals. AARP members (American Association of Retired Persons) can receive up to 25% off at numerous everyday restaurants. Here are some you may want to stop at during your next trip or even for lunch this week!


IHOP: Senior Menu & 20% Discount for Seniors on Tuesdays.
Denny’s: 55+ Menu.
Bubba Gump: AARP members receive 10% off food and drinks.
Papa John’s: AARP members receive 25% off.
Outback Steakhouse: AARP members receive 15% off.
Golden Corral: 55+ receive 10% off.
Carrabba’s Italian Grill: AARP members receive 20% off.
Claim Jumper: AARP members receive 10% off.
Bonefish Grill: AARP members receive 10% off.
Rainforest Cafe: AARP members receive 10% off.
Saltgrass Steakhouse: AARP members receive 10% off.
Landry’s Seafood: AARP members receive 10% off.
Chart House: AARP members receive 10% off.
McCormick & Schmicks Seafood and Steak: AARP members receive 10% off.
Chili’s: 55+ receive 10% off.
Cici’s Pizza: 60+ receive 10% off.
Fuddrucker’s: 55+ receive 10% off senior plates.
Ponderosa: Senior Menu from 11am – 4pm for 60+.
Applebee’s: 15% off with Golden Apple Card for 60+.
Sweet Tomatoes: 62+ receive 10% off.
Elephant Bar: Senior Explorer Card 60+ receive 20% off.
Steak ‘n Shake: 10% off on Mondays & Tuesdays (50+).


Goodwill: 55+ receive 10% off.
Dress Barn: 55+ receive 20% off.
Kohl’s: 60+ receive 15% off.
Bealls: 50+ receive 20% off on first Tuesday of the month.


National Park Service: America The Beautiful Pass ($10/life for seniors)
AMC Theaters: 55+ receive 30% off.
Regal Cinemas: 55+ receive popcorn & soft drink discount.


Many hotel brands offer senior discounts.
AARP members receive discounts on car rentals at Budget, Alamo, Enterprise and National.
Ask your airline about discounts for seniors.
Amtrack & Greyhound: 62+ receive 15% off.

Click here to become an AARP Member today.

This article has been updated. It was originally published Jan. 15, 2014.