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Free deals and discounts for Veterans on Veterans Day

We’ve got all of the free deals and discounts for active and retired military personnel on Veterans Day listed here: Restaurants: Another Broken Egg Cafe:...
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We’ve got all of the free deals and discounts for active and retired military personnel on Veterans Day listed here:

Restaurants:

  • Another Broken Egg Cafe:
  • Applebee’s will offer free entrees from a special menu to veterans and active duty military personnel for Veterans Day
  • Buffalo Wild Wings: Free small boneless wings and friend on Nov. 11.
  • Carrabba’s Italian Grill will offer free calamari with a purchase with a valid ID for active duty military and veterans. They also offer a special ongoing 10% Heroes Discount for all servicemen and women, including police officers, firefighters and first responders starting on November 12, 2019.
  • Chicken Salad Chick: All veterans and active military will receive a fee chick special and drink. Service members in uniform or with military ID or DD214.
  • Chili’s will offer veterans and active duty military a free entree on Veterans Day 2019.
  • Cracker Barrel will offer a free dessert for veterans and active duty military on Veterans Day 2019.
  • Drake’s Huntsville is offering veterans and active duty military a complimentary meal.Dine-in only, with proof of service, excludes alcohol.
  • Denny’s is inviting all active, inactive and military personnel into participating Denny’s locations nationwide, on Veteran’s Day, Monday, Nov. 11 from 5 a.m. to noon to enjoy a complimentary Build Your Own Grand Slam.
  • Golden Corral will host a Military Appreciation Night on Veteran’s Day 2019 . Any person who has served in the US Military (retirees, veterans, active duty) is eligible for a free meal at any Golden Corral location.
  • Hooters will offer a free entree from a special Hooters Veterans Day menu with a purchase of a beverage on Veteran’s Day 2019 for veterans and active duty military with military ID or proof of service.
  • IHOP will offer free pancakes to active duty military and veterans on Veterans Day 2019 at participating locations.
  • Little Caesar’s will offer a free $5 Hot and Ready lunch combo on Veterans Day 2019 from 11 AM until 8 PM
  • Logan’s Roadhouse: Military east free on Monday, Nov. 11 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Choose from American Roadhouse meals, required proof of service.
  • Longhorn Steakhouse will offer the option of a free appetizer or a dessert AND 10% off their bill for veterans and military personnel on Veteran’s Day 2019.
  • Lyn’s Gracious Goodness is offering veterans and active duty military today by offering you a 100% discount on your meal with any form of military ID.
  • Olive Garden will offer a free entree from a specially curated menu at participating Olive Garden locations for veterans and active duty military on Veterans Day 2019
  • Outback Steakhouse, like Carrabba’s, will also offer an ongoing 10% Hereos Discount for all servicemen and women, including police officers, firefighters and first responders starting on November 12, 2019. The discount will be upper to 20% on November 8, 2019 through November 11, 2019.
  • Red Lobster diners can enjoy a free appetizer or dessert on Veterans Day 2019 at participating locations.
  • Red Robin will offer a free Tavern Double Burger and Bottomless Steak Fries on Veterans Day 2019 to veterans and military personnel with proof of service.
  • Starbucks will offer a free tall coffee for veterans and active duty military on Veterans Day 2019.
  • Subway will offer a free six-inch sub at select Subway locations on Veterans Day 2019 with a valid ID.

Department Stores:

  • Kohl’s plans to double its regular military discount and give veterans, active-duty members and their families 30% off in stores nationwide starting November 7, 2019 until November 11, 2019.

This list will continue to be updated with the latest freebies and discounts.

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