Many seniors that live on fixed incomes are forced to think differently about their budgeting and expenses than they’ve ever had to before. In order to live within their means, seniors need to keep unnecessary expenses to a minimum, limit purchases to necessities, and live in a way that doesn’t stretch their budget until there is nothing left. It’s essential for many seniors to take care of their housing expenses first and then pay utilities, prescriptions, food, and health insurance. Senior discounts can be very helpful for seniors that need to find a little extra money in the budget. Oklahoma City has plenty of senior discounts to offer.
Oklahoma National Memorial and Museum stands as a living monument to honor those who were killed and survivors of the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Seniors can visit the memorial for a reduced admission price of $10 if they are 62 years or older. The can take grandchildren along if they are under the age of five for free.
Frontier City Theme Park is a small, but very nice amusement park where seniors get a reduced rate of $30.99 for an “Any day Ticket” and $28.99 for a weekday ticket. Children two and under are free.
Oklahoma City Museum of Art offers seniors aged 62 and older a reduced admission price of $10. Senior tours also have a reduced rate of $6.50 per person. After 5pm, the museum is open to everyone for a reduced rate of $5.
Myriad Botanical Gardens lets seniors enjoy the outdoors all year long with a discounted admission of $7 for seniors aged 62 years and older. The Myriad Botanical outdoor grounds are absolutely free.
Oklahoma History Center is the place where state history is collected, preserved and shared for the public to learn about it. Seniors get in for only $5 when they are age 62 and older. It’s an even better value to take an entire family for just $18 or buy an annual membership and go at any time for free.
Bricktown Candy Co. has a huge selection of candy, gelato, soda, and a great lunch menu too. This store is family owned and offers over 130 varieties of candy including taffy, gummy bears, chocolates, gum, jelly beans, and much more. They also have over 150 flavors of soda pop in glass bottles. Seniors will find discount coupons for 10% all around the city.
Albertson’s gives seniors age 55 and older a discount of 10% on their monthly Senior Day. Contact each store to find out their day, as they vary by location.
Kroger’s offers seniors a 5% discount if they choose to enroll in the Senior Discount program. Seniors age 60 and older get the discount.
Harkins Movie Theatres offers seniors the matinee price for any movie.
Cinemark Tinseltown and XD lets seniors in to see a movie on their Seniors Day when they are age 62 and older. Senior discounts vary by movie and by location, so be sure to ask when buying tickets.
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