Over 60's goodies!
in Over 50s MoneySaving
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Hi all, I know I can have a Senior railcard (and I do) and a bus pass plus state pension @ 66, (I'm 64 now) - what other jolly fine bits am I entitled to?
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As for Odeon, it seems to me that theatres and cinemas generally offer their Senior discounts from 60, at all times of the day. And our local cinema does (used to, anyway!) a Silver Surfer equivalent, but it was open to anyone. Tuesday mornings, films released a few months previously, with coffee. And no, no-one's ever verified my age when I've asked for a senior ticket at a cinema or theatre.
The OP says they already have the Senior Railcard. Even better value, if you qualify, is the Disabled Person's Railcard. The discount applies to you and a companion, and the card is slightly cheaper than for a Senior. DH and I have these because we wear hearing aids: the 'proof' for that is not onerous. Just saying ...
(Sorry I am not allowed to post the full link yet as I am new to MSE)
You can get free batteries for you hearing aids I think, but you may already know that.