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2014 Veterans Day Discounts

There are many businesses across the country who do their part to honor our Veterans and active duty military each Veterans Day. Below you’ll find a list of discounts and freebies I’ve compiled. If you know of others, please comment!

Please remember if you get your entree for free at a restaurant, you should still tip based on what the full price would have been!

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Restaurants

Applebee’s

Applebee’s is offering a free entree from a limited menu on November 11. Beverage is not included. Open to all Veterans and active duty. Must show proof of service. Details here. In addition, they’ve also started a Thank You Movement where others can leave notes of appreciation for those who serve. Check it out.

Bob Evans

Enjoy all you can eat hotcakes on November 11. Veterans and active duty. See details.

California Pizza Kitchen

Free entree from special menu. Veterans and active duty. Proof of service required. See details.

Carrabba’s

Free appetizer with proof of service November 9 – 11.

Cheeseburger in Paradise

Free all American burger with proof of service on November 11. See details.

Chili’s

Free meal from a special menu on November 11. Proof of service required. See details.

Cracker Barrel

Complimentary Double Hot Fudge Coca-Cola Cake during lunch and dinner on November 11. Donations are also being made to USO.

Fuddruckers

Free all American burger and fries on November 11. See details.

Golden Corral

Free dinner buffet and beverage with proof of service on November 17. See details.

Hooters

Military eat free (meals of $10.99 or less) on November 11. Proof of service required. See details.

IHOP

Free pancakes from 7am – 7pm on November 11. May not be all locations. See details.

Krispy Kreme

Free doughnut and small coffee to all Veterans and active duty military. See details.

Longhorn

Free Texas Tonion appetizer and non-alcoholic beverage from November 11 – 14. Proof of service required. See details.

O’Charley’s

Free $9.99er entree for all Veterans on November 11. Proof of service required. See details.

Olive Garden

Complimentary entree from limited menu and family receives 10% discount on November 11. Proof of service required. See details.

On the Border

Free choose 2 or choose 3 from the create your own combo menu on November 11. Veterans and active duty.

Outback

Free Bloomin’ Onion and a beverage on November 11. November 12th until December 31st, 15% off. Proof of service required. See details.

Red Lobster

Complimentary appetizer from November 11 – 14. Proof of service required. See details.

Red Robin

Free double Tavern burger and fries on November 11. Proof of service required. See details.

Texas Roadhouse

Free lunch on November 11 from set menu. Proof of service required. See details.

Retail

Bed, Bath & Beyond

20% off purchase on November 8 – 11. Military ID required. See details.

Great Clips

For every haircut on November 11, Great Clips will provide a free haircut card to be presented to any active, inactive or retired military member. The card is good through December 31st. In addition, any active, inactive or retired military member can receive a free haircut on November 11. Proof of service is required.

Publix

10% off on November 11. Military ID required. See details.

Lodging

B&Bs For Vets

There are multiple B&Bs across the country that are offering free one night stays, discounted rates or other perks.

Red Roof Inn

15% off your stay during the month of November. Military ID required. See details.

Attractions & Museums

9/11 Memorial Museum

Free admission from November 7 to November 11 with proof of service. Includes special events during the time as well. See details.

Carmike Cinemas

Carmike Cinemas is offering a free small popcorn with military ID on November 11. See details.

National Parks

Admission is waived for all visitors on November 11. See details.

World of Coca Cola

Free admission for military member and 50% off up to four other tickets. Military ID required. See details.

About the author: Stacey is an Army wife of a soldier who joined in 2003. He has since been medically retired but she continues to provide information to Army wives and families to make their adjustment to the Army lifestyle easier. Connect with Stacey: Facebook Twitter Pinterest

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