Build-A-Bear Military Discount Policy + Other Ways to Save

With the Build-A-Bear military discount, active-duty military and veterans can get 10% off. For more information on Build-A-Bear’s military discount policy and other ways to save at the store, see below.

Build-A-Bear Military Discount Policy

Build-A-Bear Workshop offers a 10% discount for active-duty and retired members of the U.S. Armed Forces, according to Build-A-Bear customer service. You can use the military discount on almost anything in the store, with the exception of items that are already discounted or on clearance. The military discount cannot be combined with any other offers.

To get the discount, you’ll need to present a valid military or veteran ID card at checkout. Expired IDs will not be accepted. Since a valid military ID is required to get the discount, children of service members cannot get the discount without their parent present. (See other ways to save below instead!)

Other Ways to Save at Build-A-Bear

Build-A-Bear often has sales and special promotions, such as “2-for” deals. To find out about current sales events, check the Build-A-Bear website or join the Build-A-Bear Bonus Club to receive emails about offers and events and to start earning rewards. As a member, for every $100 you spend, you’ll get $10 in rewards. And, as part of the Bonus Club, children under 14 are eligible for a birthday discount. The Bonus Club is free to join; sign up online or in-store.

In Summary

Build-A-Bear offers a 10% discount to active-duty and retired military. A valid military or veteran ID card must be shown in-store to get the discount. The discount is good on anything in the store, with the exception of already-discounted merchandise. For more on military discounts, see our article: The Best Military Discounts.

You may also want to know how long Build-A-Bear takes and/or if Children’s Place offers a military discount.

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