Deals and Discounts
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Senior Discounts in RI
Rhode Island RI Senior Citizen Discounts at Restaurants, Retail Stores, Grocery Stores, and Travel
Welcome! Here is a list of senior citizen discounts in Rhode Island. You can find all the local discounts to your favorite restaurant, retail stores and local travel in Rhode Island.
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While others are paying the full price, seniors can enjoy a variety of discounts in Rhode Island. Many businesses, from restaurants to theaters to museums, offer cheaper prices for those over 60. Though you might be inclined not to reveal your age, make sure to let these businesses know so that you can take full advantage of all the senior discounts in Rhode Island! Click on the link below for more information:
Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP)
To receive a Senior Farmers Market Bulk Purchase Produce box for the 2022 season, please see the following information:
Senior Farmers Market Bulk Purchase Program
The SFMNP has switched from senior coupons to a produce box delivery model in 2022 to maximize the number of programmatic benefits provided to both eligible RI seniors and local farms every year. To learn more about how you can be involved with the SFMNP, please click on the link below:
Click on the link below for a list on adopionVolunteer opportunities in RI for seniors, especially in the classroom:
Reduced Fares / Misc. Discounts
RIPTA’s Reduced Fare Bus Pass Program (the “Program”) enables seniors (aged 65 or over) and individuals with qualifying disabilities (collectively “Eligible Individuals”) to ride the RIPTA system at reduced fare rates, as such rates are set by RIPTA in accordance with its authority to set fares under R.I. Gen. Laws § 39-18-4. To qualify for reduced fares, individuals must obtain a Reduced Fare Bus Pass as provided in this Program, which supersedes all prior programs, policies and procedures regarding reduced fares.
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- Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) offers a special Reduced Fare Bus Pass Program that allows qualifying low-income seniors (age 65 or over) and low-income persons with disabilities to travel free for two years. Participants in this no fare program are issued a “Valid All Day” photo identification card that they use to board the bus.