Today is a day your Facebook news feed will be filled with kind words and thank yous to our military veterans – past, present, and future. But, this day is much more than a few nice words on the world’s largest social media site. This day represents all of the women, men, and four-legged military personnel who have offered their service, strength, and lives for our country. Today is the day they are recognized nationally for all of the sacrifices they’ve made, and their determination to serve the United States of America.
To all of our Veteran’s, we THANK YOU.
Many businesses show their appreciation through free meals, services, and sales to our Veteran’s on this day. Here is just some of the list of the 2015 Veteran’s Day Free Meals, Discounts, and Sales:
At participating Applebee’s on 11-11-2015, Veterans and Active Duty Military can select a free meal from a limited menu for Veteran’s Day. Provide proof of service required.
Baker’s Square Free Breakfast
Veterans and active duty get a complimentary breakfast on Veterans Day at participating locations. Choose between Buttermilk Pancakes, three slices of French Toast or a Belgian Waffle.
Buffalo Wild Wings Free Wings
On Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11, 2015 from 4:00 pm-7:00 pm Veterans and active-duty military personnel visiting their local Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant will receive one (1) small order of traditional or boneless wings and a side of fries for free.
Chili’s Free Meal
Veterans and active-duty military receive a free meal on Veterans Day from a special Veterans Day menu. Must show proof of military service.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
Veterans receive a complimentary Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola® Cake dessert to veterans and an opportunity for guests to make purchases that support the United Service Organizations (USO). Veterans Day only.
Denny’s All You Can Eat Pancakes
On Wednesday, Nov. 11, from 5 a.m. to noon all active, inactive and retired military personnel at all participating Denny’s restaurants nationwide will receive a free Build Your Own Grand Slam breakfast.
Don Pablo’s Free Appetizer
Don Pablo’s is honoring all Veterans and Active Duty Military this Veterans Day with a free appetizer.
Green Mill Restaurant and Bar
Veterans and Active Duty Military will receive a free lunch or dinner dine-in meal at participating locations on Veterans Day Wednesday, November 11, 2015. Must show proof of service, and beverages and gratuity are not included in free meal.
Hooters Free Meal
Hooters invites all veterans and current servicemen and women to a Hooters Veterans Day free meal menu by presenting a military ID or proof of service at any Hooters location across the country.
On Veteran’s Day, 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. 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.
Krispy Kreme Free Doughnut & Coffee
Offering a free doughnut and small coffee to all those served or currently are serving on Veterans Day. A free doughnut and small coffee will be given to anyone who identifies themselves as a veteran or active duty military personnel (no ID required). Only at participating locations.
Free Crazy $5 Hot-n-Ready lunch combo from 11am-2pm at participating Little Caesars Pizza locations for US Veterans and Active Military on 11.11.2015. Must present a valid military ID.
Old Country Buffet
On Veterans Day, active duty, reservists and retired military may enjoy a free dine-in lunch at participating Old Country Buffet locations. Show your military ID or proof of service to enjoy the free meal.
Olive Garden Free Meal
On Wednesday, November 11, 2015 all veterans and military active duty will receive a free meal including entrees, freshly baked garlic breadsticks and a choice of unlimited soup or salad.
Outback Steakhouse Free Bloomin’ Onion® and a beverage
All active, retired military and veterans get a free Bloomin’ Onion® and a beverage on Veterans Day. Must have valid identification. There is also a military discount of 15% off the total check from November 12th thru December 31st, 2015, valid for military members and their families.
1 free You Pick 2 for Veterans and Active Duty members on Nov. 11, 2015 on Veterans Day at participating locations. Bring proof of service.
Red Lobster Free App
Service members past and present receive a complimentary appetizer or dessert from a special menu. Proof of service required. Valid Monday, November 9 through Thursday, November 12, 2015.
Red Robin Free Burger and Fries
All Veterans and Active Duty Military get a free Tavern Double Burger and Bottomless Steak Fries on Veterans Day.
Get a free appetizer on Veterans Day to all those who served or are serving.
Starbucks Free Coffee
This Veterans Day veterans, active duty military and their spouses get a free tall 12oz brewed coffee at participating stores.
Texas Roadhouse Free Lunch
Select from a free special veterans lunch menu including a beverage and sides.
TGI Fridays Free Lunch
Veterans and active duty military service members are invited to have lunch from T.G.I Friday’s lunch menu. Offer good only on Wednesday, November 11, 2015, 11 a.m.-2 p.m at all participating locations. All veterans and active military personnel must show valid military I.D.
Veterans to receive free breakfast slider and small coffee or small soft drink on Veterans Day.
Tips Before Heading Out
· Review the official site information and rules before heading out. Many websites are listing previous years promotions that are no longer valid. We link to the official information.
· Be sure to bring proof of military service, uniform photo or be in uniform. Proof of military service varies by company. See the list of states now offering a Veterans designation on a driver’s license.
· Pay attention to the dates on the Veterans Day offer as some offers are for days to other than Veterans Day or extended over several days.
· Most of the restaurant free meals are for dine in only.
· Verify that you’re eligible for the offer.
· You should tip your server. They’re working hard to serve you and depend on the income. We recommend tipping on the actual cost of the meal.
· Many of these promotions include small print that says participating locations only. Unfortunately individual franchisees may choose not to participate. Fortunately, some franchisee’s participate even if the corporate company does not.
· Call ahead if you’re unsure about anything.
THANK YOU again to all of our Veteran’s – we appreciate you and your families sacrifices for our Freedom.
-Iverson Homes Team-
Megan Halek – Client Services Coordinator