Greyhound Bus 10% Military Discount

Thursday, August 19, 2010 •

Just wanted to offer a quick update on the 10% discount that Greyhound Bus Services offers to all military, reservists, and dependents. If you head on over here, you will be able to view all locations and destinations! I think that just the bus ride would be a great just kidding:)

 Here are the details below:

Greyhound is proud to carry those who serve our country. Active duty and retired military personnel and their dependent family members may receive a 10-percent discount off the Greyhound walk-up (unrestricted) fare. Another option for military personnel is to travel on Greyhound for a maximum fare of $209 round trip anywhere in the continental United States.

1.Fares are valid on Greyhound schedules and those of participating interline carriers. Not available on Greyhound Canada routes.

2.This fare applies only to active and retired members of the United States Armed Forces, which includes the U.S. Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, and Navy; members of the National Guard, reservists and bonafide identifiable spouses and dependents of the above. A valid military picture identification card must be presented upon request.

3.The maximum military fare may not be combined with any other discounts including, the 10% military discount, children’s discount, advance purchase fares as well as all other discounted fares.

4.Only totally unused tickets may be refunded to the location of the original purchase. A 15-percent penalty fee applies upon refund. No refund will be allowed if any portion of the ticket has been used.

5.Departure date and time may be changed for a change of itinerary fee provided that the advance purchase requirement is not violated.

6.Advance purchase tickets purchased over the phone require a minimum of ten days for delivery by mail and for online orders.

7.Casino, commuter, Discovery Pass, student or other special military fares do not qualify for the military discount.

8.Fares are subject to change until purchase and may be higher during peak holiday travel periods.

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