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Discounts & Deals for Scout Families


When you have kids, saving money is always a good thing. Check out these sales, deals, and discounts for Cub Scouting families!

discounts for cub scouts

On this page, you'll find great deals and discounts for Cub Scout families. It will be updated periodically, so check back often!

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Ongoing Discounts

Campmor – Campmor offers a 10% discount on most merchandise to 501(c)3 organizations. Details are here.

KOAKampgrounds of America offers discounted camping rates and special Scout programs.

Great Outdoor Provisions Co.Great Outdoor Provisions Co. offers Scouts & Scout Leaders can save 10% on camping, hiking, backpacking and climbing gear, excluding sportswear. The discount increases to 25% for communal troop supplies when leaders plan ahead and place a special order.

Hiker Direct – Hiker Direct is a program that provides discount camping gear such as tents, sleeping bags, backpacks and other great camping products to members of various scouting organizations in the United States. Register here.

The Outdoor Warehouse – You can register with The Outdoor Warehouse and request a discount code for your Cub Scouts, Boy Scout Troop, or Team.

JOANN – Girl Scouts can get 15% off with the JOANN Girl Scouts Rewards program. Although this is for Girl Scouts, be sure and ask the store. They may honor the discount for Cub Scouts too.

Check Your Local Store

You will need to check with your local store, but some locations of the big sports & outdoor retailers offer discounts for Scouts. If they do offer the discount, you'll probably need either your unit number or your BSA membership card.

While I can't guarantee that these stores have a discount, it doesn't hurt to ask!

  • Cabela's
  • Bass Pro Shops
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods
  • Gander Mountain
  • REI

Other Ways to Save Money

If you need supplies for a Cub Scout activity or project, ask at Lowes and Home Depot. Both have given us discounts in the past.

Many attractions such as theme parks, museums, zoos, roller skating rinks, bowling centers, etc. offer group rates for Scouts. Give them a call and ask. In fact, if you're paying admission for your Scouts, ask for a discount. When we took our Scouts to a high school basketball game, the school gave free admission to all of our Scouts in uniform.

Check Groupon for local deals too. Sometimes, the Groupon rate may be less than the discounted rate.