Sciddy.com now has over 300 local senior discounts in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma!
Oklahoma City not only features savings from chain businesses but also has several Oklahoma City favorites like the Oklahoma City Railroad Museum, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, and the Myraid Botanical Gardens with discounts starting at age 62+. If you are in the mood for some genuine Oklahoma City excitement you can pick your way into the American Banjo Museum for just $5 if you are 55+!
If you are a golfer over the age of 62 you can walk 9 holes at the James E. Stewart Golf Course for just $6.25. If you want to ride 9 holes the price is $12.19! If 18 holes of golf is what you are looking for head on over to Trosper Park Golf and if you are 62+ you pay only $13.50!
Is your critter feeling a little under the weather? If so, the Companion Animal Clinic offers 10% off all services to those pet lovers 55+.
If your Air Conditioner is on the fritz in this steamy weather don’t hesitate to call True Tech Homes Services who offers $20 off to all those 65+.
Sciddy.com will keep you so busy saving money in Oklahoma City you will probably get hungry! Why not stop by Chen’s Buffet and save 10% if you are 60+ or if you are in the mood for some delicious Golden Chick chicken they will take 10% off of your bill if you are 65+!
Saving money with Sciddy is mighty fine in Oklahoma City!
Senior discounts generally begin at 55 years young and can be found by visiting http://sciddy.com . Sciddy.com works much like a search engine website. Pick a category and a city and enjoy the benefits of saving moolah!
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