The Dealhack Persons With Disabilities Discounts Guide is a list of stores and brands that offer discounts for persons with psychological, psychiatric, or cognitive disabilities. Every three months, we update the lists to include the newest offers to help you save on your purchases.

The list currently consists of more than 80 stores and services divided into 19 categories. It can be saved in PDF format and used as the ultimate savings guide for persons with disabilities.

Download the Persons with Disabilities Discounts Guide PDF format here.

There are a lot of stores and agencies out there that offer special discounts and services to persons with disabilities, so always make sure to bring your valid ID and any documentation (permit, certificate, etc.) with proof of disability every time you go shopping!

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Athletics & Sports Discounts

Adaptive Sports Foundation: The Adaptive Sports Foundation offers winter programs such as snowboarding and skiing to adults and children with disabilities. Their 12-week competitive racing program caters to athletes with disabilities who are eligible for the Paralympics (source).

Challenged Athletes Foundation: Challenged Athletes Foundation offers grants for athletic equipment, coaching & training, and competition expenses for individuals with disabilities. Send an email to [email protected] for application inquiries (source).

Kelly Brush Foundation: The Kelly Brush Foundation’s Active Fund grant provides adaptive sports equipment to paralyzed individuals. Restrictions apply (source).

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Car & Truck Rentals Discounts

Avis: Avis offers special products and services to customers with disabilities through the Avis Cares Program. Call 1-888-879-4273 at least one day in advance for reservations (source).

Budget: Budget offers special products and services to customers with disabilities. Call 888-221-1203 for reservations on hand controls and handicap accessible vehicles or 800-826-5510 for reservations on telecommunication devices for deaf customers. Restrictions apply (source).

Dollar Rent-A-Car: Dollar Rent-A-Car offers hand controls and spinner knobs to customers with disabilities when reserving vehicles at least 24 hours in advance. For reservations, call 1-800-800-4000 or send an email to [email protected] (source)

Enterprise: Enterprise offers adaptive driving devices such as hand controls, left foot accelerators, spinner knobs, and pedal extenders to customers with disabilities. No additional charges are applied. For reservations, call (866) 225-4284 (source).

Hertz: Hertz offers hand controls, spinner knobs, and accessible parking services to customers with disabilities at no additional charge. Restrictions apply (source).

Mobility Works: Mobility Works provides handicap accessible van rentals and services for customers with disabilities. For reservations, call 1-877-275-4915 or submit an online request (source).

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Education Discounts

American Association on Health and Disability: The American Association on Health and Disability awards annual scholarships to persons with disabilities who are pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees in health and disability-related fields (source).

Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation: Students with neurological disorders, including individuals whose parents are suffering from neurological disorders, can apply for semi-annual scholarships from the Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation. Call (262) 547-2083 or send an email to [email protected] (source).

CollegeScholarships.org: CollegeScholarships.org assists students with disabilities in finding scholarships and financial aid programs from hundreds of organizations and foundations (source).

Cystic Fibrosis Scholarship Foundation: Students who are diagnosed with cystic fibrosis can apply for merit-based scholarships from the Cystic Fibrosis Scholarship Foundation (source).

Microsoft Scholarship: The Microsoft disAbility Scholarship is offered to high school senior students with disabilities and financial need who are planning to attend a vocational or academic college. Exclusions apply (source).

National Federation of the Blind: The National Federation of the Blind offers 30 merit-based scholarships annually to students who are legally diagnosed with blindness in both eyes. Restrictions apply (source).

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Employment Discounts

BroadFutures: BroadFutures is a non-profit organization that offers individualized assessments, training, mentorship, paid internships, and job placements to young adults with disabilities (source).

Disability.gov: The United States Department of Labor offers benefits, employment, civil rights, and educational resources to persons with disabilities (source).

Enable America: Enable America is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities (source).

INCIGHT: INCIGHT offers scholarships, employment opportunities, and financial assistance to individuals with disabilities (source).

Job Accommodation Network: Job Accommodation Network offers expert guidance on disability-related issues and concerns at no charge as part of the Office of Disability Employment Policy (source).

United States Department of Labor: The U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration provides funding for grant programs that provide training as well as employment assistance to persons with disabilities (source).

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Health and Wellness Discounts

Chanda Plan Foundation: The Chanda Plan Foundation offers integrative therapies such as acupuncture, adaptive yoga and exercise, chiropractic services, and massage therapy to individuals with disabilities (source).

Dream2Walk: Dream2Walk Foundation grants financial scholarships to recovery facilities for individuals suffering from spinal cord injuries. For inquiries, send an email to [email protected] (source).

Getting Back Up: Getting Back Up assists qualified individuals with disabilities by providing the funds to purchase adaptable devices and participate in exercise-based recovery programs (source).

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Housing Discounts

U.S. Department of Agriculture: The U.S. Department of Agriculture provides rental assistance, home ownership opportunities, in addition to home repair and renovation grants and loans to persons with disabilities (source).

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development offers housing guidance and resources for individuals with disabilities (source).

Volunteers of America: Volunteers of America is a leading non-profit organization operating housing facilities and programs as well as providing support to individuals with intellectual disabilities (source).

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National Disability Rights Network: The National Disability Rights Network provides legal representation and advocacy following state and federal laws for persons with disabilities (source).

Special Needs Alliance: Special Needs Alliance is a non-profit organization with the purpose of connecting individuals with special needs and their families to specialized local attorneys (source).

United States Department of Justice: The U.S. Department of Justice provides citizens with a complete guide to disability rights laws including but not limited to the Americans with Disabilities Act (source).

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Library Discounts

Bookshare: Bookshare is an easily accessible online library supported by the Department of Education that is designed for people with print disabilities. The extensive online library offers audio, large print, and braille eBooks (source).

National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped: The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped is a free library program from the Library of Congress that loans audio and braille reading materials to eligible reader. Available for online download or postage-free delivery (source).

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Medical Equipment and Supplies Discounts

Amy Van Dyken Foundation: The Amy Van Dyken Foundation provides essential medical equipment to individuals with spinal cord injuries who cannot afford the equipment otherwise (source).

Friends of Disabled Adults and Children: Friends of Disabled Adults and Children provide durable and affordable medical equipment to persons with disabilities (source).

Friends of Man: Friends of Man grants financial aid to individuals with disabilities so they can purchase mobility equipment and medical supplies in addition to other basic needs (source).

Lion’s Club: The Lion’s Club offers financial assistance to low-income persons with disabilities so they can purchase eyeglasses and hearing aids in addition to educational assistance and other health-related services (source).

MTS Medical Supply: MTS Medical Supply offers discounted medical equipment and supplies to persons with disabilities (source).

Scootaround: Persons with impaired mobility can rent a transportable electric scooter at Scootaround when they call 1-888-441-7575 or book online. Rental rates vary per location. Scooter rentals for cruise ships are available at select ports (source).

Travis Roy Foundation: The Travis Roy Foundation offers grants toward the upgrade and maintenance of medical equipment in addition to small home modifications to low-income individuals with spinal cord injuries (source).

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News Discounts

Disability Scoop: Disability Scoop is a news organization providing topic of interest news stories and information to individuals with developmental disabilities (source).

Disabled World Towards Tomorrow: Disabled World Towards Tomorrow offers readers current and informative readings and educational videos on disability-related news topics (source).

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Public Transport Discounts

Amtrak: Amtrak offers a 10% train fare discount to adult passengers with disabilities and one traveling companion who must be 18 years old and above. Downeaster trains (Boston to Portland) offer a 50% discount. Children with disabilities get a 50% discount plus an extra 15% off the children’s fare. Restrictions apply (source).

Capital Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS): CARTS provides wheelchair accessible vans and buses for persons with disabilities. Valid certification of disability is required (source).

Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA): Persons with disabilities are eligible for a free CATAClub Card, which grants discounts on fares and allows them to purchase a Value Pass. The CATAClub Annual card is offered to temporary disabilities while the CATAClub Lifetime card is offered to permanent disabilities (source).

Capitol Corridor: Capitol Corridor offers a 15% train fare discount to adults with disabilities. Use the promo code V577 when booking online or present valid ID and proof of disability at the ticket counter. Exclusions apply (source).

Greyhound: Passengers with disabilities aboard Greyhound buses are eligible for priority seating, wheelchair service, and assistance with entering and exiting the bus at. Service animals are also allowed on board (source).

Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART): HART offers a discount permit to persons with disability who have proper medical certification. Temporary disability permits are valid for 6 months while permits for permanent disability are valid for 5 years (source).

LeeTran: Passengers with disabilities receive discounted fares on LeeTran buses when they present their Medicare card or LeeTran photo ID. Valid proof of disability is required for a LeeTran ID (source).

Metropolitan Transport System (MTS): MTS is offering discounts on passes and fares to persons with disabilities who can present their valid Compass Card Photo ID or Medicare card plus any government issued ID. Exclusions apply (source).

Maryland Transit Administration (MTA): MTA offers discounted fares to passengers with disabilities who can present a valid government ID along with a Medicare card or an ID card from other transit agencies. They can also apply for an MTA Reduced Fare Disability ID card (source).

Regional Transportation Authority (RTA): Persons with disabilities who are part of the RTA Ride Free Program are eligible for free rides in Chicago. Otherwise, they can apply for an RTA Reduced Fare Permit by providing a valid government issued ID and colored photo (source).

Riverside Transit Agency (RTA): Passengers who are qualified under RTA disability requirements receive discounted bus fares in Riverside, CA when they have their RTA Disabled ID card or Medicare card. Restrictions apply (source).

Sun Metro: The Sun Metro transport service in El Paso, TX offers discounts to passengers with disabilities when they apply for a reduced fare Sun Metro ID card. A physician’s certificate of disability or valid Medicare Card is required. For inquiries, call 212-3333 (source).

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMTA): Persons with disabilities receive discounts on Metrobus and Metrorail fares when they apply for a Reduced Fare SmarTrip photo ID (source).

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Recreation & Amusement Discounts

Carowinds: The Carowinds Boarding Pass Program provides special ride access and schedules to guests with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or mobility restrictions so they no longer need to wait in the regular queue lines (source).

Disney Parks: Disney Parks offers a Disability Service Access Card to individuals with disabilities who are unable to wait in line due to a disability. Certain restrictions apply (source).

Dollywood: Guests with disabilities can access a special entrance when they visit Dollywood theme park, and a calming room for individuals who might experience sensory overload during their visit. They also receive a special Boarding Pass for select rides. Call 1-800-365-5996 for reservations (source).

Easterseals: Easterseals camps offer residential camps and day camps for adults and children with disabilities. Recreational activities include water sports, arts & crafts, camp fires, horseback riding, and archery. Call 312-726-6200 or 800-221-6827 or visit your nearest Easterseals camp (source).

Kings Dominion: Persons with mobility disorders or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are eligible for the Kings Dominion Boarding Pass Program that grants them access to alternate entrances in rides so they no longer need to wait in regular queue lines (source).

Knott’s Berry Farm: Knott’s Berry Farm offers specific ride boarding times to avoid long lines, handicap access, and other special services for guests with disabilities (source).

Lego Land: Lego Land offers a Hero pass for persons with disabilities and one companion, which excludes them from having to wait in line at ride entrances (source).

Metropolitan Museum of Art: The Met provides assistive listening devices, audio guides, large print label booklets, wheelchairs, and other accessibility services for visitors with disabilities. Caregivers receive free admission (source).

Mystic Seaport: Mystic Seaport offers a 50% discount to persons with disabilities and one companion, in addition to special parking spaces, accessible restrooms, adaptive strollers, and wheelchair rentals. Service animals are also allowed. Call 860-572-0711 for inquiries on ticket prices (source).

National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Access Pass: Persons with disabilities are eligible for a free America the Beautiful Access Pass when they provide valid identification. Purchase online by paying a $10 processing fee or visit your nearest federal recreation site. Restrictions apply (source).

Seattle Aquarium: Visitors with disabilities can get $2 off regular admission to the Seattle Aquarium in addition to wheelchair assistance and special accommodations during classes. Service animals are also allowed (source).

Seaworld: Seaworld offers guests with disabilities and their parties the option of not having to wait in line (if the guest is unable to do so due to his/her disability) through the Ride Accessibility Program (RAP). Certain restrictions apply (source).

Six Flags: Persons with disabilities are eligible for special admission prices at Six Flag based on their height, while the person (12 years old and above) accompanying them receives free entrance. Guests with handicaps who are not qualified to enter certain rides can receive a Attraction Accessibility Pass. Restrictions apply (source).

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Resources and Services Discounts

Benefits.gov: Benefits.gov provides a detailed guide of energy assistance programs in each state (source).

Discounts for People with Disabilities: Discounts for People with Disabilities offers a comprehensive guide to discounts and information by state for people living with disabilities (source).

Federation for Children with Special Needs: The Federation for Children with Special Needs offers support and information to parents of children with special needs as well as their community members (source).

Goodwill: Goodwill agencies offer employment opportunities and job training for persons with disabilities (source).

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program: Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides federally funded financial assistance with managing home energy costs to individuals with disabilities who are below a certain income level, in addition to other services (source).

PAN Foundation: PAN Foundation is a non-profit organization assisting underinsured individuals with chronic, life-threatening, or rare diseases with receiving necessary treatments and medication that are not covered by health insurance (source).

Parents Helping Parents: Parents Helping Parents provides training and resources to families of children and adults with special needs, helping to improve the system of care (source).

Salvation Army: The Salvation Army offers bill-pay assistance, employment assistance, meal assistance, and housing assistance to eligible individuals (sources).

Social Security Disability Benefits: Social Security Disability offers benefits to eligible recipients who have disabilities (source).

U.S. Department of Energy: The Department of Energy’s Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) reduces the costs of energy consumption, heating and cooling systems, and other services for low-income persons with disabilities (source).

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: The Department of Health and Human Services offers multiple programs that aim to improve the quality of life of persons with disabilities (source).

U.S. Small Business Administration: U.S. Small Business Administration provides a thorough resource guide to startup and manage a business for individuals with disabilities (source).

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Service Animals and Pets Discounts

Assistance Dog United Campaign: Assistance Dog United Campaign is a health and human welfare organization providing financial assistance to persons with disabilities who are unable to afford a service animal (source).

BestFriends.org: BestFriends.org offers nationwide financial pet assistance resources and guides to people with disabilities (source).

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Tax Preparation Discounts

Internal Revenue Service: The IRS offers tax preparation assistance to individuals with disabilities through IRS certified volunteers (source).

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Technology Discounts

Apple: Every IOS and Mac device offers free innovative accessibility features such as Voice Over, Guided Access, Assistive Touch, built-in braille support, Sticky Keys and Slow Keys for people with disabilities (source).

AT&T: AT&T offers a discount of up to 25% per month on select monthly service plans to customers who are hearing impaired or have a speech disability, in addition to other special features and services (source).

Camera Mouse: Camera Mouse innovative software for people with disabilities is a free program designed by Boston College allowing individuals to control a windows computer mouse using their head (source).

Discount Ramps: Persons with disabilities can purchase wheelchair carriers and scooter lifts for the lowest available price at Discount Ramps (source).

GiveTech: GiveTech offers free input devices enabling quadriplegics to use personal computers (source).

Lifeline: Low-income individuals with disabilities can receive discounts on landline or wireless telephone services when they join the Lifeline program of the Federal Communications Commission. The applicant must satisfy several criteria to become eligible (source).

Natural Reader: Natural Reader is a free program that converts text to speech allowing individuals to listen to news articles, documents, and websites (source).

Sprint: Sprint offers special accessibility features and applications for customers with disabilities on select wireless products (source).

Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program Association: TEDPA provides a list of programs in each state offering free specialized telephone devices to individuals who are hearing impaired or have trouble dialing or holding the telephone (source).

Verizon Fios: Verizon Fios offers television and remote control products with braille, large print, and text to speech options for customers who are visually impaired. Verizon Fios also offers directory assistance exemptions for customers who are unable to use the telephone due to a disability (source).

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Theater Discounts

Regal Cinemas: Regal Cinemas offers wheelchair accessible seating for guests with disabilities in addition to free theater admission for individuals accompanying guests with disabilities (source).

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Travel Discounts

Alaska Airlines: Alaska Airlines offers special seating arrangements and other services to passengers with disabilities when they call 1-800-503-0101 for reservations (source).

American Airlines: Persons with disabilities must bring valid medical documentation to become eligible for devices that aid in hearing, vision, and mobility in addition to special services from American Airlines. Call 800-433-7300 for reservations or 800-735-2988 for hearing or speech impaired assistance (source).

Carnival Cruise Lines: Carnival Cruise Lines provides special accessibility features as well as special services for guests with disabilities (source).

Celebrity Cruises: Persons with disabilities can request for accessible staterooms, boarding assistance, accommodation for medical equipment, and other services at Celebrity Cruises. Call (866) 592-7225 or send a request to [email protected] (source).

clubGO: ClubGO offers up to 60% off hotels, resorts, and motels to persons with disabilities who have valid disability parking plates or permits. Free clubGO membership is also offered to members of several non-profit partner organizations (source).

Delta Airlines: Delta Airlines provides handicap support, personal safety assistants, and other services to persons with disabilities. Book a reservation online, through the Fly Delta app, or by calling 800-221-1212 (source).

Easy Access Travel: Persons with disabilities and their families can enjoy handicap accessible cruises and vacation packages at Easy Access Travel. Call 1-800-920-8989 for bookings and reservations (source).

Frontier Airlines: Frontier Airlines provides special services such as wheelchair assistance and allows on-board medical devices for passengers who have disabilities. Call 801-401-9004 for reservations. Restrictions apply (source).

Hawaiian Airlines: Hawaiian Airlines offers accessibility support and services to persons with disabilities when they call 800-367-5320 for reservations. Limitations apply (source).

Mobility International USA: Persons with disabilities who are planning to go abroad can access travel advice, financial aid, and other resources when they apply for the international exchange program at Mobility International USA (source).

MSC Cruises: Guests with disabilities who are traveling aboard select MSC Cruises voyages can request for accessible staterooms, special meals, mobility aid, and other services

Princess Cruises: Princess Cruises provides handicap accessible cabins, devices that aid in hearing and sight, on shore assistance, and other services to persons with disabilities (source).

Royal Caribbean: Passengers with disabilities who are planning to travel with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines can quality for shipboard and offshore assistance, accessible staterooms, and other services. Call (866) 592-7225 or send an email to [email protected] (source).

Southwest Airlines: Southwest Airlines offers special assistance and accessibility options to persons with disabilities when they request during online booking or by calling 1-800-435-9792 for reservations. Restrictions apply (source).

Spirit Airlines: Passengers with disabilities aboard Spirit Airlines do not need to pay extra fees for their wheelchair, mobility aid, and other special devices or medications. Call 801-401-2222 for reservations or specify your request for special assistance when booking online. Limitations apply (source).

United Airlines: United Airlines is offering wheelchair support, accessibility options, onboard medical oxygen, and other services to travelers with disabilities. Call 1-800-228-2744 for inquiries and reservations (source).

WestJet: Persons with disabilities must notify WestJet at least 48 hours before their flight when requesting for priority seating, handicap assistance, and other special services. Call 1-866-693-7853 or email [email protected] (source).

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Vehicle Accessibility & Insurance Discounts

National Organization for Vehicle Accessibility:  The National Organization for Vehicle Accessibility provides grants and assistance on vehicle modifications to individuals with disabilities (source).

Zebra: Zebra provides car insurance and special modifications to persons with disabilities who apply for comprehensive and collision coverage (source).

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Tips

  • For information on additional resources available to you, be sure to contact organizations specific to your disability.
  • Many retailers do not advertise disability discounts, so it is always important to ask.
  • Most cities offer reduced public transportation fares to passengers with disabilities. Check with your local transportation authority for details.

Enjoy Your Savings!

If you know any more discounts for persons with disabilities, please share them in the comments below with a link to where we can verify the discount so we can add them to the list.

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