Veterans Day 2020: Discounts On Shopping And Food You Can't Miss


Americans Honor Veterans Day

Americans Honor Veterans Day

As we honor those who sacrifice their lives to keep us safe and to protect the liberties that we enjoy, many restaurants are gearing up to give out freebies to Veterans across the nation. If you’re a vet bring your military ID and get these goodies.

Dunkin’ Donuts: Free Donut

Denny’s: Free Grand Slam (5 AM-Noon)

Buffalo Wild Wings: Ten Boneless Wings

Wendy’s: Free small breakfast combo

Cracker Barrel: Free Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola Cake

Friendly’s: Free All-American meal

Bonefish Grill and Carrabba’s Italian Grill: Ten percent off order

Outback Steakhouse: Free Bloomin’ Onion and Coke product

Romano’s Macaroni Grill: Free Spaghetti and Meatballs

Fogo de Chao: Fifty percent off a meal and 10 percent off with accompanying guests

Hooters: Buy ten wings get ten free

Qdoba: Fifty percent off a meal

Cici’s Pizza: Free Adult Buffet

Golden Corral: Free meal and beverage

Applebee’s: One free meal from a select menu for dine-in customers

BJ’s Restaurant and Brewery: One free meal valued up to $14.95

Bob Evans: One free meal from a select menu

California Pizza Kitchen: One free meal from a select menu, provide proof of military service or come in uniform.

Chili’s: One free meal with military ID.

Coco’s Restaurant and Bakery: One free slice of pie, plus a special buy one get one free special for any entree

Little Cesar’s Pizza: One free lunch combo from 11am-2pm

O’ Charley’s Restaurant and Bar: One free meal from a select menu. O’Charley’s also has a 10% discount for active-duty military and veterans that runs all year long.

Red Lobster: One free appetizer or dessert

Starbucks: One free coffee, also eligible to military spouses.

Texas Roadhouse BBQ: From 11am-2pm, Veterans and active-duty military can receive a free lunch with a food voucher. Vouchers will be distributed in the parking lot of Texas Roadhouse BBQ before dining.

Yard House: One complimentary appetizer

Starting today, Veterans and Gold Star families are getting a free pass to national parks, wildlife refuges and other federal lands managed by the Department of the Interior.

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