Enfamil shows their appreciation to current and former military members by offering a military discount to active duty, veterans, retirees, reservists and dependents (spouses/children). Offer is valid only online at enfamil.com.
Does Enfamil Offer A Military Discount?
Yes! Enfamil is happy to provide a 10% discount to military professionals.
Discounts can only be redeemed online at the Enfamil Shop after verification. Not valid with any other Enfamil offer or on prior purchases.
Who Qualifies For The Enfamil Discount?
Enfamil’s official name for the 10% discount they provide is the Enfamil Shop Professional Discount. The discount is aimed towards those who have risen to the occasion and provided essential care.
Those who qualify for the discount include:
- All active duty and retired military members
- Military veterans
- Medical professionals
- First Responders
How Do I Qualify?
Get verified and you’ll be provided a one-time discount code to copy and apply at checkout. Limited one code per day. Discount also available for teachers and first responders. A new code will be generated each day you shop and sign in through the professional ID Service.
For questions regarding your order or for help verifying your status and applying the discount code, contact the Enfamil Shop at 1-800-BABY123.
10% valid on select products. Offer applies to purchases on the Enfamil Shop only. Limit of one use of the promotion code per customer. Not valid with any other Enfamil offer or on prior purchases.
What Other Discounts Does Enfamil Offer?
On their homepage Enfamil offers promotional discounts for first time subscribers.
Additionally you can join Enfamil or Enspire Family Beginnings® for up to $400 in gifts. The Enfamil Family Beginnings® program sends free formula samples, gifts, discounts and baby advice. There is also a Nutramigen Savings and Support Program.
Enfamil offers a rewards program for shoppers to earn points for every purchase to earn free products.
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