SheerID offers the most comprehensive coverage in the industry. With SheerID, there is no reason to limit your offer to only active duty. By extending your offer to all military families you can expand your military audience by 2,000%.
We perform a binary verification against authoritative data in real time without requiring sensitive personal data like a Social Security number.
“It’s been a pleasure working with SheerID. Thanks to their continued collaboration, we have been able to extend better financial options to active and retired military.”
“We’re delighted to partner with SheerID to ensure that obtaining a discount is an easy, efficient process, and one that protects the exclusivity of this valued perk for U.S. service members and their families.”
“Before we found SheerID, we only extended military discounts to customers who called in and requested them. SheerID’s verification technology allowed us to expand the offer to our website, which makes it much easier for customers to find and redeem our military discount. It has also lowered our call volume.”
From your customer’s point of view, the verification process is quick and painless. 84% of military consumers are verified instantly.
To verify, consumers complete a form with their name, branch of service, and email address. You can gather additional customer intelligence by adding fields.
The form can be hosted by SheerID, which takes the burden off your IT team, or by you. The information provided by your customers is available to you in our reporting console. You can use the data to create more personalized marketing campaigns in the future.
See what the instant verification process looks like from your customers’ perspective.
Occasionally a military member can’t be verified instantly due to a member’s classified status. To ensure 100% coverage, we verify those customers through document review. Document review takes only 5 minutes on average.
Make your “exclusive” offer even more powerful by combining your military offer with an exclusive promotion for first responders, government employees, and teachers to create a Hero Discount.
There are over 2 million civil servants employed by the federal government in the US. Gain their loyalty by including them in your Hero program.Learn More
Express your gratitude and extend the reach of your exclusive military offer by including 2.7M first responders as well.Learn More
Budget-savvy and loyal to brands that give them exclusive deals, educators and administrators can add another 4.8M to your Hero program.Learn More
ANNUAL PURCHASING POWER
The military market is especially receptive to an exclusive discount message. In addition, when you offer a military discount, the impression of your brand improves even among people who AREN’T military.
The military market (active duty, reservists, retirees, and employees) equals over 8.2 million consumers. Military veterans and spouses equal over 34 million consumers with a purchasing power of over $1 trillion annually.
Your great products plus the SheerID platform equals a super targeted military discount strategy.
Military families are a unique consumer group. Compared to the national average, military families:
94% of present and past military personnel state that they notice when companies are “military-friendly” and have a positive impression of those companies. The military market votes with their dollar. Offering an exclusive military discount gives them the recognition they deserve and gives your company a solid, loyal customer base.
29% of consumers who attempted to claim Buckle’s military discount failed to meet the eligibility requirements.Read the Use Case
70% of Fathead’s verified military customers were new-to-file.Read the Success Story
Overall conversion rates jumped 10-12% when they promoted their gated military discount on their home page.Read the Success Story
Offering a military discount is the most effective way to appeal to the military market, but how do you reach them? How do you advertise to military personnel on base or deployed half-way across the world? How do you keep in touch with military families who must relocate to a new address twice as often as others?