Compensation for this post was provided by Chevrolet via MSB New Media. All opinions expressed in this piece are my own.


I literally can not believe how good Chevy’s new military program is. Often time companies run “military discount” programs, but there are so many stipulations that hardly anyone would qualify. For example: My husband is deployed and only he is eligible, so we miss out. I use this as my example, because this seems to almost always be the case. And you know what he is not always around and it is a big deal to me when I am included in a military discount program. So, when I found out the details and i was included, I was blown way.

I went in to price out a SUV I really like, but is not in my future/price range. With this program it was around $7,000 cheaper! Granted it is a pricey car, but 7 grand cheaper, that’s a massive discount!


Unique things that really make Chevy Military Appreciation Month an incredible deal for military:

  • All Veterans along with Active Duty, Reserves and Retirees AND their spouses — are eligible for the Chevrolet Military Discount.
  • The discount can be combined with most current incentives.
  • Chevrolet Complete Care available on 2014 purchased and leased vehicles. Backed by 24 months or 24,000 miles of included scheduled maintenance†, warranties that cover powertrain, bumper-to-bumper and anti-corrosion, and five years or 100,000 miles of roadside assistance with courtesy transportation†.
  • USAA members receive an additional $750 private offer!


ChevySalutes_InstagramChevy is not just offering discounts on their cars they are also giving a way money with a fun contest on Instagram. All you have to do is Share your #military or #milspouse hero using #ChevySalutes on Instagram to win amazing prizes!

This is not the first time Chevy has supported its troops. They support the Achilles Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans, work with Cell Phones for Soldiers, proudly have employed more than 60,000 veterans. They are also proud to be the Official Vehicle of the Army-Navy Game presented by USAA.


20140531-182856.jpg Just think you could get a Camaro and save $4000, possibly more. (I got to drive this bad boy recently.)