Wow! Several restaurants and business are saluting veterans and active duty military with free meals and services on Veterans Day (Tuesday, November 11, 2014). As always please make sure your local store or restaurant is participating and that you are eligible. Thank you for your service!
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FREE MEALS FOR VETERANS
Applebee’s: Stop in to a participating Applebee’s on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 to get your Veterans day free meal.
BJ’s: BJ’s will be giving free meals to veterans on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, valued up to $9.95. Please contact your local BJ’s to get details on their Veterans Day promotion before heading out.
Bob Evans: Veterans and active military personnel can stop into a Bob Evans location and receive free all you can eat hotcakes on Tuesday, November 11.
You’ll need to bring proof of military service to get your Veterans Day free meal.
California Pizza: California Pizza Kitchen is having a Veterans Day free meal as well and both veterans and those in active military duty can take advantage. Stop by your local California Pizza Kitchen on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 to choose a pizza, full size salad, or pasta from the special Veterans Day Menu when you dine-in. You’ll need come in uniform or bring your military ID or another proof of service.
Carrabba’s: If you are a veteran or active military member, you can stop by a Carrabba’s near you and get a free appetizer of your choice on Tuesday, November 11. There’s no purchase necessary or coupon required, and you’ll need to bring military ID or come in your uniform.
Cattlemens: Active, inactive, and retired military personnel can come into Cattlemens and get a free 8 oz Sirloin Steak Dinner on Veterans Day.
Be sure to bring your proof of service with you.
Chick-fil-a: Free meal to all veterans and those currently serving. Free Entrée, side, and beverage, or a free entrée salad and beverage. ID required.
Charlie Browns Steakhouse: Veterans will be able to enjoy a Veterans Day free meal on Tuesday, November 11, 2014. Be sure to bring military ID or a photograph of you in uniform to the Charlie Brown’s near you to take advantage of this offer.
Chili’s: Visit a participating Chili’s on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, to get your Veterans Day free meal if you are a veteran or on active military duty.
You’ll need to show proof of military service to get your Veterans Day free meal.
Chuck E. Cheese’s: All U.S. Armed Forces veterans and active-duty military get 20 free tokens upon a visit to Chuck E. Cheese’s from Sunday, November 9, through Saturday, November 15. Military ID or proof of service is required, but no coupon is needed.
Claim Jumper : This year on Monday, November 10, all Claim Jumper locations will be offering a free meal for veterans. The menu includes fresh baked pot pies, Tilapia Bianca, Roasted Tri Tip Dinner, Roasted Tri Tip Shrimp, Grilled Chicken, Grilled Salmon, Black Tie Pasta and Chicken Fried Steak
Veterans must show official verification of their service to take advantage of this Veterans Day free meal, and this offer is valid for dine-in only.
Country Cookin: Country Cookin will be offering free Veterans Day meals to current military members and veterans on Tuesday, November 11.
Be sure to bring along your military ID when you visit your local Country Cookin.
Cotton Patch Cafe: Cotton Patch Cafe is giving out free Veterans Day meals to veterans and active military on November 11, 2014.
You can get a free full size chicken fried steak or chicken fried chicken as long as you bring along a form of military ID to your local Cotton Patch Cafe on Veterans Day.
Denny’s: Both active and retired military veterans can build their own Grand Slam breakfast meal on Veteran’s Day. Military ID is required.
Einstein bros Bagels: Any veteran can stop by their local Einstein Bros Bagels on Tuesday, November 11 and get a free coffee. No purchase is required to get the free coffee, but you do need to show military ID.
East Coast Wings: All East Coast Wings & Grill locations will be offering all veterans a free appetizer or dessert on Tuesday, November 11, 2014.
You’ll need to bring along your Military ID, U.S. Uniform Services Retired ID Card, Current Leave and Earnings Statement, Veterans Organization Card, or a photograph of you in uniform, or be wearing your uniform.
Fatz : Free Veterans Day Meal at Fatz (Tuesday, November 11, 2014) Veterans and active duty military can stop into their local Fatz on Tuesday, November 11 and get a free entree up to $13. No other purchase is required. Be sure to bring along your proof of service or come wearing your uniform.
Fire+Ice: Fire+Ice will be giving veterans and active military personnel a free Veterans Day meal for lunch or dinner on Tuesday, November 11.
You’ll need to bring your active or expired military ID, uniform, or any other proof of service to your local Fire+Ice to get this free meal.
Friendly’s: Friendly’s Free Veterans Day Meal (Tuesday, November 11, 2014) Friendly’s is giving veterans and active military a free Veterans Day breakfast, lunch, or dinner on Tuesday, November 11. You’ll need to present your military ID or honorable discharge card to get this Veterans Day freebie at a Friendly’s near you. Make sure you call ahead to see if your Friendly’s is participating.
Golden Corral: On Monday, November 17, 2014 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Golden Corral will be giving out Veterans Day free meals and a beverage to any person who has ever served in the U.S. military or is on current active duty. This includes retirees, veterans, National Guard or Reserves.
All Golden Corral locations will be participating and no identification is required to get your free dinner buffet and beverage.
Olive Garden: Olive Garden is having a Veterans Day free meal for all active-duty military and military veterans who provide proof of service on Tuesday, November 11, 2014.
Krispy Kreme: Veterans can start their Veteran’s Day off with a free breakfast at Krispy Kreme that includes a doughnut and a small coffee. No purchase is necessary. Find a Krispy Kreme near you to take advantage of this Veterans Day freebie, but be sure to call to see if yours is participating. Individuals are required to come in uniform or show their military ID for proof.
Hoss’s: If you are a veteran, you can get a free meal at Hoss’s on Tuesday, November 11. This is a free meal off their American Values Menu, and is dine-in only. Be sure to bring your military proof to your nearest Hoss’s.
Hooters: Veterans and active duty military get a free meal up to $10.99 in value with a drink purchase at participating locations on Tuesday, November 11.
Hurricane Grill & Wings : Veterans and active duty military personnel can enjoy a Veterans Day free meal at a participating Hurricane Grill & Wings on Tuesday, November 11.
IHOP: On Veteran’s Day, November 11, participating IHOP Restaurants around the nation will be honoring the brave men and women who have served, or are serving, in the United States Military by offering them free Red, White and Blue pancakes from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. At some locations, the Red, White and Blue pancakes will be featured as part of a free combo plate including eggs, bacon and hashed browns
LongHorn Steakhouse: LongHorn Steakhouse is giving away free Texas Tonions and non-alcoholic beverages to veterans who stop into their local Longhorn Steakhouse on Tuesday, November 11, 2014. You’ll need to bring proof of service with you for this freebie such as wearing your uniform or showing Military ID.
Little Ceasers: Little Caesars is honoring the men and women of the United States armed forces this Veterans Day by providing veterans and active military members with a free Crazy Bread® with proof of military status or proof of service at participating stores nationwide. Call ahead to verify participation.
Max & Erma’s: Max & Erma’s Veterans Day Free Meal (Tuesday, November 11, 2014) Max & Erma’s will be honoring veterans and active military personnel by giving out a free Best Cheeseburger in America combo which includes choice of Tortilla Soup or side House Salad, a Cheeseburger and french fries, and a fresh baked chocolate chip cookie for dessert. This offer is valid only for participating Max & Erma’s so be sure to contact your local restaurant before heading out. This is for dine-in only and you’ll need to show proof of military service.
McCormick & Schmick’s: McCormick & Schmick’s Veterans Day Free Meal (Sunday, November 9, 2014) Veterans can stop into your local McCormick & Schmick’s on Sunday, November 9, 2014 to get a Veterans Day free meal. Veterans can also enjoy a 50% discount on bottles of Golden Wine.
Bring in official verification. This offer is for dine-in only, and it’s recommended to make a reservation before November 9 due to the popularity of this offer.
Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt: Menchie’s will be giving out free 6 oz. cups of frozen yogurt to veterans and active duty military all day on Veterans Day. You’ll need to show military ID or dress in uniform to receive this Veterans Day freebie.
Noah’s Bagels: Any veteran can stop by Noah’s Bagels on Tuesday, November 11 to get a free coffee. No purchase is required to get the free coffee, but you do need to show military ID.
On The Border: On The Border is giving veterans and active duty military members a free Create Your Own Combo meal where they’ll get to choose 2 or 3 selections of soup, salad, tacos, tostadas, enchiladas, and other classics. You’ll need to bring military service proof such as a U.S. Uniform Services ID Card, a U.S. Uniform Services Retired ID card, Current Leave and Earnings Statement, Veterans Organizations Card, DD214, or Citation/Commendation.
Outback Steakhouse: Stop into any Outback Steakhouse on November 11, 2014 to get a free Bloomin’ Onion and beverage. This offer is for veterans as well as active duty and retired military as long as proof of service is shown, like wearing a uniform or showing military ID. Outback Steakhouse is also giving out a military discount of 15% off the total check November 12 to December 31, 2014.
Orange leaf: Free frozen yogurt (up to 11 0z.). Proof of service required.
Perkin’s: Perkins Free Veterans Day Breakfast (Tuesday, November 11, 2014) Participating Perkins Restaurant & Bakeries are giving out a free Magnificent Seven meal which includes two eggs, three buttermilk pancakes, and a choice of two bacon strips or two sausage links, beverages not included. Not all locations are participating, so be sure to call ahead to your local Perkins before heading out. Be sure to bring along your military ID to take advantage of this free Veterans Day meal.
Ponderosa Steak House: Ponderosa Steakhouse will be serving a free Veterans Day buffet to veterans on Sunday, November 9. Be sure to call your local Ponderosa Steakhouse to verify that they’re participating.
Red Lobster: Active duty military, reserve, and military veterans can stop by Red Lobster and get a free appetizer Monday, November 10 through Thursday, November 13, 2014.
Red Robin: Red Robin is inviting all veterans and active-duty service members to enjoy a free Red’s Tavern Double burger with Bottomless Steak Fries® on Tuesday, Nov. 11, at participating restaurants nationwide.
Roy Rogers: Come into a participating Roy Rogers near you on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 to get your free cup of coffee. All veterans and active duty members of the military are eligible for the free coffee so long as they wear their uniform or show military ID.
Shoney’s: Participating Shoney’s will be having a Veterans Day free meal in 2014 that consists of a free All-American Burger. This is for veterans as well as active duty military while supplies last. Proof of military service is required and it’s for dine-in only.
Sizzler: Participating Sizzlers will be serving veterans and active military members a Veterans Day free meal until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 11, 2014. You’ll get to choose from a 6 oz. Steak, single Malibu Chicken, or half dozen Fried Shrimp entree with a choice of a side dish. Individuals will also receive a free coffee, tea, or fountain drink. Bring proof of service such as your U.S. military-issue or veterans group ID card, a photograph of yourself in uniform, or wear your uniform to your local Sizzlers.
Smokey Bones Bar: On Tuesday, November 11, Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill will have a special Veterans Day menu that veterans can use to order a free meal. Be sure to check with your local Smokey Bones to ensure they’re participating before you visit.
Starbucks: Starbucks will be giving out free tall brewed coffees to veterans, active duty military, and their spouses on Veterans Day. Call ahead to make sure your local Starbucks is participating.
Texas Land and Cattle: On Tuesday, November 11, veterans and active duty military can stop by their nearest Texas Land & Cattle restaurant to get a free Shared Plate, or appetizer. Bring your military ID to show your server. No coupon necessary.
Texas Roadhouse : Texas Roadhouse will be giving away Veterans Day free meals for lunch on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 to active, former, or retired military. You’ll need to bring in a military ID, Veterans Affairs card, or Discharge papers for proof of service. Dine-in only at a Texas Roadhouse near you.
Tijuana Flats: Veterans and active military members can get a free meal at Tijuana Flats on Tuesday, November 11.
Stop into your local Tijuana Flats to get your no strings attached Veterans Day free meal.
Tim Hortons: All U.S. locations of Tim Hortons is giving away a free donut to all active and inactive U.S. military veterans on Tuesday, November 11, 2014. Veterans will need to be in uniform or show military ID. No purchase necessary.
Travel Centers of America: This is only for CDL drivers who are also veterans. All CDL drivers who are also military veterans will get a Veterans Day free meal at participating full service restaurants inside Travel Centers of America on Tuesday, November 11.
You’ll need to show proof of military service to get your free meal up to a $15 value.
Tubby’s : Free Sub on Veterans Day (Tuesday, November 11, 2014) Veterans and active duty military members can get a free small Grilled Steak N’ Cheese or Tubby’s Famous Sub at their nearby Tubby’s. Be sure to bring along your military ID
Village Inn: Village Inn will be giving veterans and active military their choice of a free breakfast. Choose from a stack of buttermilk pancakes, free french toast, or a Belgian waffle.
Grab your military proof before you head out to the Village Inn near you. Not all locations are participating so be sure to check ahead.
OTHER FREEBIES FOR VETERANS
Great Clips: FREE Haircuts. Veterans and active/inactive/retired military members can stop into Great Clips on Tuesday, November 11 and get a free haircut or pickup a free haircut card to use before the end of the year. Anyone can stop in to get their haircut and receive a free haircut card that they can give to a veteran.
Sport Clips: FREE Haircuts. Veterans and active duty U.S. service members can stop in on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 to get a free haircut at any participating Sports Clips.
Free Night Lodging at B&B’s Around the Country: Vets can stay the night at over 200 participating B&B’s and inns around the country on Monday, November 10 and Tuesday, November 11, 2014. Reservations for your free stay can be made now and are only available while supplies last.
Free Car Washes for Vets: Grace for Vets is a non-profit organization who has gotten together independent car wash operates to offer veterans a free car wash in thousands of locations on November 11, 2014.
Free Entrance Into National Parks : This freebie is in honor of Veterans Day but everyone can take part in it. Over 100 national parks will waive admission fees on November 11, 2014 in honor of Veteran’s Day.