For customers to receive this discount, a military, dependent or veteran ID must be presented at check-out. "Businesses that have responded to me and let me know what their offers and discounts will be, so we list them right on our Facebook page".
Veterans and active military can visit any of the four locations of the Post Brewing Company can get a free two-piece fried-chicken meal with mashed potatoes and a can of Howdy Western Pilsner. Provide proof of service required.
Bob Evans Restaurants are offering free select menu items to Veterans and Active Duty Military on Veterans Day.
Buffalo Wild Wings: Veterans can head to BWW Monday for a free order of small boneless or traditional wings and a side of fries. Proof of service is required.
Outback Steakhouse: 20 percent discount for service members, police officers, firefighters, first responders, military personnel, and their immediate family members.
Chipotle: This Military Appreciation Deal comes around each year at Chipotle.
Free pizza buffet with valid active duty or retired military ID on Veterans Day.
All active, reserve, retired and honorably discharged members of the USA military are invited to dine on Veteran's Day. Show any kind of proof of service (ID, old photo, piece of a uniform, etc.).
Veterans can enjoy a free double chocolate fudge Coca-Cola cake or a pumpkin pie latte.
McDonald's, multiple locations McDonald's restaurants across the Greater Houston Area will honor military servicemen and servicewomen with a free Extra Value Meal this Veterans Day. Diners must show ID to receive this offer.
Vets and active duty can get a free doughnut of their choice at participating locations on Monday. Reservations and each US active or former Military I.D. are required.
All active duty and retired USA military personnel are invited to enjoy a free meal from the American Roadhouse menu in honor of Veterans Day. The offer is available from 3 to 6 p.m.at all Logan's Roadhouse restaurants nationwide.
River Taxi: Free rides for veterans!
All active and retired military service members are invited to enjoy a free meal from O'Charley's. Veterans can choose from O'Charley's "Veterans Thank You Menu" all day on November 11 simply by showing their military IDs.
All military personnel with an ID can get a free Bloomin' Onion and Coke product on Veterans Day.
Red Lobster: Free appetizer or dessert from their select Veterans Day menu. Just show your server any kind of proof of past or current military service (ID, old photo, piece of a uniform, or something else that proves you have served or are now serving). Honored guests can also enjoy a free entrée from a special menu featuring the Bacon & Cheddar Burger, Jumbo Wings & Fries Combo.
Dunkin' Donuts: Veterans and active duty military can enjoy a free donut, no purchase necessary.
Olive Garden: Olive Garden is offering veterans and active service military a free entree Monday. The Castillo is open from 8:45 a.m.to 5 p.m. Veterans and active duty can choose from seven appetizers or five desserts.
Veterans can get a free six-ounce frozen yogurt at participating location.
TGI Fridays: Free lunch menu item up to $12 from 11 a.m.to 2 p.m. local time. 10 percent of select rockers purchases will go to Operation Homefront, a non-profit supporting military families. Must present valid military I.D.
Active-military and veterans can receive 10 percent off with a valid ID.
Belair Brows: If booked by November 11, active duty and veterans will get 30% off of their initial service.
The Bay Indies, an age qualified community in Venice, will host a Veterans Day service at their Veteran's Park.
The 55th annual Veterans Day Tribute will start at 11 a.m. on Monday at the Veterans Memorial Park and Museum in Tampa.
Main Event, multiple locations On Monday, November 11, the entertainment destination invites all active-duty and retired USA military personnel to visit their nearest center for free food and fun.
From Nov. 7 through Veterans Day, Kohl's is doubling its discount to give veterans, active-duty members and their families 30 percent off for in-store purchases, according to the online Military organization.