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Army Community Covenant

The Community Covenant program is designed to foster and sustain effective state and community partnerships with the Army to improve the quality of life for Soldiers and their families, both at their current duty stations and as they transfer to other states. It is a formal commitment of support by state and local communities to Soldiers and families of the Army - active, Guard and Reserve.

While the Community Covenant is an Army program, it extends to the other military services as well, recognizing that many community efforts support all service members and their families regardless of the uniform they wear.

The Community Covenant was signed in Hawaii July 4, 2008, during the installation's annual Fourth of July Spectacular. Click here to read the article.

Visit the Army's Community Covenant page for more information.


A number of local businesses offer military discounts. No endorsement is implied and this list is provided as a courtesy. Deals may end at any time. Hawaii celebrates Military Appreciation Month in May, November is Military Family Appreciation Month, and Veterans Day is Nov. 11, and in addition to a number of special events, many stores and businesses on the islands will offer special discounts in addition to those listed below.

FMWR's Information, Ticketing and Registration Office often has the best deals on entertainment and attractions; call 808-655-9971 or 808-438-1985. Visit AKO's Slick Deals for Servicemembers page for Armywide programs (requires AKO login).

Have a discount you'd like listed? Call 808-656-3155 or email.

  • Entertainment & Recreation
  • Restaurants
  • Stores & Other Businesses
  • Travel
  • Holidays
  • Misc.
  • Bishop Museum, Honolulu.
  • Consolidated Theatres: All Oahu locations offer a military discount, generally $2-3 off a regular-priced ticket.
  • Star of Honolulu Cruises
  • State Parks & Recreation: Many parks offer discounted or free admission with proof of residency or military ID.
  • Wet-n-Wild offers free admission "salutes" to military during the year.
  • Anna Miller's in Aiea.
  • Auntie Pastos: Free fried mozzarella or small pizza with the purchase of 2 entrees on Mondays. Valid at Kunia location.
  • Baskin-Robbins: 10% off purchases with ID. Not available at all locations.
  • Big City Diner: Offers 20% discount on Trooper Thursdays, dine-in only. Only valid up to four guests with minimum one drink purchase.
  • Big Kahuna Pizza 'n' Stuffs: in Honolulu.
  • Bob's Pizzeria in Kailua.
  • Coffee, Bean and Tea Leaf
  • Cold Stone Creamery: Not available at all locations.
  • Macaroni Grill: Gives uniformed service members a 20% discount card good for one year.
  • Express: 10% off purchases with ID.
  • Home Depot: 10% off purchases with ID.
  • Kailua Sailboards and Kayacks, Inc.
  • Lowes: 10% off purchases with ID.
  • Napa Auto Parts
  • Old Navy: 10% off purchases during the first week of each month.
  • Odyssey Tattoo, Kailua.
  • Paul Brown Salons: Offers 10% off Tuesdays.
  • Price Busters: 10% off purchases, Mondays only.
  • Runner's Route: in Honolulu. 20% discount with ID.
  • Windward Mall: Select stores offer 15% every Military Monday.
  • Salute to Soldiers: Offers 1 free night at participating hotels. View website for full details.
  • Island Air: Offers priority boarding when in uniform, up to two free checked bags when traveling on orders and one free checked bag when traveling on leisure for the active military member and accompanying family members (maximum of up to four bags). Must show military ID. View website for full details.

Enjoy these special deals, but remember that not all franchise locations participate in their national chain's programs. Contact your nearest establishment to make sure it is participating, as this list is not a guarantee nor endorsement.

Most businesses require proof of military service for the deals listed below:

Hawaii Military Appreciation Month

  • Combined Military Concert:
    May 21 event is free to the public. Tickets are available from Hawaii Theatre Box Office (in person) only and will not be mailed or held in "Will Call." Tickets are not required, but ticket holders will be seated first at 5:30 p.m. Those without tickets will be admitted at 5:50 p.m., depending on available seating. The concert begins at 6 p.m.
  • BLT Steak Waikiki:
    Recognizing the courage and valor displayed by U.S. military, every day, for the 5th consecutive year, BLT Steak Waikiki is offering 35% off to all active and retired military personnel in honor of Armed Forces Day. BLT Steak Waikiki is located inside Trump International Hotel and offers complimentary validated parking.
  • Tiffany:
    Grateful for our military’s noble service and unwavering dedication to our country, Tiffany is pleased to offer 10% off engagement rings and wedding bands to active duty and active reserve members of the U.S. Armed Forces. Four locations are offered in Hawaii: two in Honolulu, on Ala Moana Boulevard and Kalakaua Avenue; and one each in Waikoloa, on the Big Island; and Wailea, in Maui.
  • Veteran designations are available for Hawaii driver's licenses, state ID's and instruction permits. Visit Hawaii's Deprtament of Trasportation website to find out more.
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