Home Depot Case Road Perris CA / not honoring a service connected id discount

Perris, CA, US Review updated:

I came in to order at the appliance electric stainless steel and a matching
GE overhead stainless steel microwave and power cord.
The girl came to a total, I showed her MY Military Service Connected ID,
and asked for My veteran discount, she called a guy over I believe his name
was Mark and he said sorry, they dont honor the Veteran discount on
appliances, i told him just this week i spent over $1500.00 buying countertops and Hampton Bay Honey oak Cabinets, stainless steel sink, faucets, lighting and got My veteran discount now I dont, I am service connected disabled
which I showed to them, they said sorry. i got angry and asked why, they said it
is not a mandatory thing they have to do or a CA law.
I said ok, took the breakdown of the items of which it would cost me without taxes or if I would have gotten a discount )veteran service connected)
I went to Lows gave them the sheet asked if they could price match for same brand features and asked if they gave the Veteran service connected disabilty discount-they said yes, they beat Home Depot by $40.00 on the stove and $14.00 on the microwave and also gave Me about $68.00 on taxes and total package, saved me money and treated Me with the diginity and
respect Us Veterans deserve for fighting for Our Country!!

Nov 23, 2017
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  • Po
      Nov 24, 2017

    As they said, it's not mandatory or a law to provide discounts to veterans. It's lucky that Lowe's was able to price match for you.

    0 Votes
  • Sh
      Nov 25, 2017

    This complaint is somewhat bothersome only because I would hope most military would never want to come across as 'entitled.' Am I personally thankful for their service? Absolutely! But complaining about not getting special treatment for that service goes completely against why one should serve.

    +1 Votes

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