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There is a special Under Armour military discount until 9 June 2020 for 40% off all website purchases.
This discount is 4x better than the normal 10% UA military discount that you can get every day at UnderArmour.com, Under Armour shops, and outlet malls.
You can activate this military discount by click here. The Under Armour veterans discount and law enforcement discount is 40% until 9 June.
Eligible customers for the UnderArmour.com military discount are:
- Active Duty military
- Military Spouses
- Military Family Members
Also eligible for the First Responders discount is Active Police, Fire, Nurses, Doctors, and EMT customers.
Shipping is free on all orders over $60 and returns are free as well through the mail or in person at the shop.
How to Get the UA Military Discount
Head over to ID.me and create an account to verify your military identity. Then go to Under Amour and click “Shop Now” to start shopping the store. When you check out make sure you add the military discount like shown in the pictures:
This discount is an awesome promotion and does not require a promo code or coupon to activate.
Recommended Under Armour Products
Under Armour products are great for working out, hiking, PT, and relaxing around the house. I like their No Show Socks for running and cycling. They come in a six pack to get you through a full week of working out.
Under Armour Veterans Discount FAQ
Normally the Under Armour discount for active duty military is 10%, but until 9 June 2020 UA is offering 40% off for all first responders including Active Duty Service Members, Veterans, First Responders, Police, Fire, Healthcare Workers, and Teachers.
Active Duty, Retirees, Veterans, Military Spouses, Military Family Members, as well as First Responders including active Police, Fire, Nurses, Doctors, and EMT customers
It's Under Armour. The reason they went with the British spelling vs the American spelling was because the founder was trying to buy a toll free 888 number. Here's a quote from the founder Kevin Plank “So I thought the phone number 888-4ARMOUR was much more compelling than 888-44ARMOR. I wish there was a little more science or an entire marketing study behind it, but it was that simple.”