Show your Palatine Library card for savings

Submitted by Palatine Public Library
Posted8/17/2021 11:25 AM

Palatine Library District is excited to partner with nearly 20 local businesses for the annual Show Your Card for Savings program. From Sept. 1-30, district cardholders can present their Palatine Library cards at local businesses for deals, discounts, and freebies.

Library members can enjoy deals from a variety of businesses, including automotive, educational, fitness and recreational, food and drink, health and beauty and shopping. For a full list of participating businesses, visit


This program reminds residents of the value of a library card. In addition to accessing thousands of resources from print and online books, articles, magazines, programs, and technology with your card, having a library card helps residents reconnect with the community by supporting these local businesses.

Thanks to the library's many partners: AutoKrafters on Rand, Biaggi's, Bonnie Lindholm School of Dance, Borne2Dance, Culver's, Great Clips, Grow Music Academy, Hoffman Estates Park District, Jewel-Osco on Plum Grove, Just Peachy Photography, Lou Malnati's, Mireya's Dance Fit Studio, My Flavor It Place, Orange Theory Fitness, Papa John's, Photo's Hotdogs, Salon Lorrene, Salt Creek Park District, and Sarpino's

Getting a library card is easy. Visit any of the Palatine Library branches with a photo ID and proof of residency. Children younger than 14 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Go to to apply for a one-year card.

Owners or managers of businesses and nonprofits can also apply for a library card by presenting their ID and proof of address such as the current tax bill, lease agreement, or utility bill to the Main Library.

Visit to fill out the library card application or visit in-person if you're a business owner or nonresident taxpayer.

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