Yes, the following groups will receive a discount: 

 

  • State of Oklahoma and Oklahoma tribal license plates: 20% discount on parking passes automatically applied during the purchase process. 
  • Honorably discharged veterans who are residents of Oklahoma: 100% discount with eligibility verification by Oklahoma State Parks.  For online verification, please email any of the following documents to OSPCustomerService@travelok.com: 
    • A valid Oklahoma driver license or state photo identification card and military discharge papers (DD Form 214) or similar evidence of an honorable discharge from the United States Armed Forces; or,
    • A valid Oklahoma driver license or identification card issued by the Department of Public Safety with a flag emblem and the word "veteran" in the upper left-hand corner of the front of the driver license or identification card.

 

  • Oklahoma residents 62 years of age or older, and their spouses: 100% discount with eligibility verification by Oklahoma State Parks.  For online verification, please email any of the following documents to OSPCustomerService@travelok.com: 
    • A valid Oklahoma driver license or state photo identification

 

  •  Individuals who have been certified as completely disabled under state or federal law, and their spouses: 50% discount with eligibility verification by Oklahoma State Parks.  For online verification, please email any of the following documents to OSPCustomerService@travelok.com: 
    • the presentation of a Medicare card issued to an individual prior to their 65th birthday;
    • a Notice of Award letter from the Social Security Administration; hunting and fishing license that notes total disability;
    • award letter issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs or a document issued by a retirement or insurance board, commission or administration that attests to the individual's total disability; or,
    • a physician’s letter, on letterhead stationery, that declares the individual is totally disabled.

 

*** Discounts cannot be combined. For example, a completely disabled Oklahoma resident would not receive both a 20% discount and a 50% discount (70%) but would receive the 50% discount.