Pep Boys retails automotive parts and specializes in service and repair in more than 900 locations across the U.S. Since 1921, Pep Boys have become known as the “founder of the automotive aftermarket”, selling name brand tires, car parts and accessories.
Pep Boys honors servicemembers with an in-store discount.
Does Pep Boys offer a military discount?
- YES! Pep Boys offers a 10% military discount to active duty, reserved, and retired military members. Military status verification is required to receive the discount.
Who qualifies for the Pep Boys discount?
- Active duty (US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, US Marine Corps, US Coast Guard, US Space Force)
- Reserved and National Guard
- Retired servicemembers
Military members must provide Military ID or Veteran ID at the time of checkout.
Pep Boys also provides a senior citizens discount of 10% for customers 55 or older with valid ID.
Additional Pep Boys Discount Details
- Offer valid for in-store purchases only. The military discount cannot be used for online purchases.
- The official brand name of Pep Boys is “The Pep Boys: Manny, Moe, and Jack.” There were four Pep Boys in the original pack (another Moe) who conceived of the business in 1921.
- Schedule a service online at PepBoys.com, and learn more about free maintenance services through their CarLife Rewards Program.
- Pep Boys does not ship internationally at this time. Standard USPS and FedEx Ground shipments may take up to 5-7 business days from the time of order.
More Ways to Save at Pep Boys
- Check out Pep Boys coupons
- Join the CarLife Rewards Program and earn on every purchase plus free services like free brake and tire checks and discounted towing and tire rotation.
- Get the Pep Boys credit card get interest free promotional financing up to 12 months.
- Check out the Pep Boys Rebate Center or Manufacture Rebate Center for additional savings on select products.
- Before visiting a store view the weekly ad flyer.
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Cristina Van Orden is a literary writer and active military spouse. She holds an MFA from Antioch University and taught K-12 English before working in editorial. Cristina currently resides on base with her husband and children.