Veterans Day’s Free and Discounts 2018

In Honor of Veterans Day, November 11th, Cattlemens Steakhouse is inviting all active, inactive, and retired military personnel to enjoy a complimentary 8 oz. Sirloin Steak dinner. It’s Cattlemens way of proudly serving those who have served our Country.

Most Starbucks are giving out free tall (12 fl oz) hot brewed coffees on Veterans Day, offer is for veterans family too. Call ahead and make sure your favoriate location is providing free coffee.

This Veterans Day, Dunkin’ is once again giving a sweet salute to all those who serve by offering a free donut to veterans and active duty military on Sunday, November 11th*.  This is part of the brand’s ongoing efforts to show its support and appreciation for those who serve.

Bed Bath & Beyond is Honoring the Military Community this Veterans Day with Active duty military and veterans along with their family members will receive 25% off their entire purchase November 9- 12, 2018, with valid military ID or proof of service. In-store only.

Hooters Honors Military on Veterans Day with Free Meal – All Military Members – Both Active-Duty and Veterans – Eat Free as a ‘Thank You’ for their Service | Restaurant Delivers 2019 Hooters Calendars to U.S. Troops as Token of Appreciation –

Buffalo Wild Wings – Free Small Wings & Fries for Active and Retired Armed Services Members –

Target is honoring veterans, military personnel and family members with a Veterans Day discount! Go to verify your service, get your coupon for 10% off.

Great Clips Veterans Day Free Haircut – They give veterans more than a one-day event to redeem their free haircut card.

Little Caesars® Pizza, Nov. 11, 2018. Free pizza or $5 HOT-N-READY Lunch Combo to all US Armed Forces veterans & active military members between 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM. Proof of military service. Call ahead to verify participation

Dennys Honors America’s Veterans. FREE BUILD YOUR OWN GRAND SLAM® for veterans and military personnel. 11.12.18 from 5 am – Noon –

Applebees Invites Veterans and Active Duty Military to Enjoy a Complimentary Meal on

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