, the Veterans Canteen Service (VCS) online shopping site, has launched its Valentine’s Day Sale for Veterans and employees. In celebration of this fun day of sharing, visitors can expect to find fantastic deals that are certain to impress the special people in your lives. Or, treat yourself! From flowers to gift baskets and more, has you covered.

Looking for a little sparkle? Choose from a variety of gorgeous diamond rings, gemstone necklaces, earrings, and bracelets in the Jewelry Shop. As a bonus, from now until February 12, you can save 15% on select jewelry with code LOVE15.

You can also surprise your loved one with a special flower bouquet delivery or a delicious chocolate basket. Scroll to the gift shop section to find the perfect gift basket. Place your flower or gift basket orders by February 13, 8 a.m. PST for an on-time delivery.

Other gift items include fragrances from brands like: Gucci, Calvin Klein, and Dolce & Gabbana. You can also shop handbags from brands like: Michael Kors, Coach, and Vera Bradley. Additionally, ShopVCS offers a convenient monthly payment plan built right into the checkout process. For orders over $150, Veterans can choose the Affirm monthly payment option at checkout.

In store deals, too

The deals don’t stop with online shopping. In-store, you can find a variety of items from fragrances, jewelry gift sets, candy and more. Visit your local canteen at your nearest VA Medical Center to shop the available deals.

As always, every order at and the canteen helps supports the Veteran community. With every purchase, you fuel the “VCS GIVES BACK” mission in support of our Veterans health and wellness. Your purchases help support VA’s National Rehabilitation Events, efforts to end Veteran Homelessness, Disaster Relief Assistance, Veterans Suicide Prevention, and more.

Veterans, their families, and VA employees can easily create their free account at

Chelsea Anderson-McCadney is a VCS public relations specialist.

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  1. Peter Henry Munro February 6, 2020 at 1:51 pm

    Something wrong with your website, I too am trying to get registered on and as the previous comment:
    I need help!

  2. Quentin Weber February 6, 2020 at 8:27 am

    Thank you for offering this to all of us that do canteen shopping in person also

  3. Joseph D. Kohout February 6, 2020 at 8:09 am

    I’m trying to get registered not having any luck on Need help.

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