2015 Veterans Day Free Meals and Drink Offers and Discounts – Page 1
Many wonderful organizations nationwide have put together special “thank you” offerings for veterans and active duty military members (in some cases their respective families as well). Here is a growing list of what some of these companies are offering. If you know of additional discounts, freebies, coupons and more, please email VOB and we will be sure to share them
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*Attention Veterans, Active Duty Military and Military Families: here is our annual Veterans Day Discounts, Freebies and Special Offers list. These fine restaurants, stores, amusement parks and businesses are offering special Veterans Day offers just for you! This year’s list is more than five times bigger than last year’s list so we are breaking it up into multiple sections. We spent many hours working on this list. We’ve done our best to validate this list. *Please be sure to double check all offers! We can not stress this enough: if you aren’t sure about an offer, please call them!!!!
Veterans Day 2015 Food and Drink Offers
Veterans Day 2015 Entertainment, Lodging, Shopping and Service Offers
54th Street Grill
Free meal, up to $12 value, valid for current and former service members on Veterans Day, November 11th. Proof of service required.
Veterans and active duty military receive a free meal from a limited menu on November 11th.
1 FREE Roast Beef Classic Sandwich on Veterans Day Wednesday, 11/11/2015 at participating locations during normal business hours.
Arooga’s Grille House & Sports Bar
Veterans and active duty military members will get one complimentary item from a fixed menu including some of Arooga’s favorites such as their famous Crab Pretzel, Arooga’s Chopped Salad, Blackened Chicken Caesar Salad, Buffalo Chicken Flatbread, its Original Bacon Grind Burger, BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich, Grilled Cheese and Creamy Tomato Basil Soup, Spicy Italian Wrap or Sub, Original Boli, and, of course, their world famous boneless wings (10) tossed in any one of their more than 30 sauce creations.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015 get a free breakfast. Choose from Buttermilk Pancakes, Belgian Waffle or French Toast.
From open to close Tuesday, November 10th and Wednesday, November 11th Bar Louie locations across the country will offer veterans and active military personnel a free meal up to a $12 value when they show valid military I.D. or other proof of service.
BJs Restaurant and Brewhouse
Complimentary lunch entree, up to $9.95 value. Offer valid to all active duty military and veterans, with proof of service.
On Veterans Day, and every day, Bob Evans restaurants are honored to serve veterans and active duty military personnel with fresh, never frozen sausage, real hand-cracked eggs from local farmers, and freshly prepared food. This year, the restaurant will honor veterans with a choice of select free breakfast items on November 11, 2015 at all Bob Evans restaurants.
Active duty and retired military get a free buffet on November 11, 4 pm to close.
Get a free dessert with the purchase of any individual meal this year on Veterans Day from Boston Market.
Brann’s Sizzling Steaks & Sports Grille
Wednesday, November 11, 2015 get a free 6 oz. Sizzling Sirloin with 2 sides.
Buehler’s Grocery in Ohio
Free breakfast meal and coffee for veterans Wednesday, November 11, from 7:00 to 11:00 AM.The free breakfast meal includes any items under “Breakfast Meals” on their menu.
All veterans and active duty military eat free on Wednesday, November 11.
Get a complimentary small (6 oz.) sundae. Customers can opt for Vanilla, Chocolate, or Swirl topped with whipped cream and a cherry on Wednesday, November 11.
California Pizza Kitchen
Veterans and active military receive a complimentary entrée from a special menu on November 11th.
On Veterans Day, November 11, get a free meal (choice of Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Que Half Slab of Ribs, Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Que Pork Plate, “Ale” Steak, Fresh Chicken Calhoun, and Southern Fried Catfish). Proof of Service required.
Get a free appetizer of your choice from Monday, November 9 through Sunday, November 15. There’s no purchase necessary or coupon required; you just need to bring military ID or come in your uniform.
Veterans and active duty military will get a free slice of pie on Veterans Day.
Active, inactive, and retired military personnel get a free Small Sirloin Steak Dinner on November 11.
Free meal for veterans and 25% off meals for accompanying guests on Wednesday, November 11th, at Fiesta del Burro Loco, all California Dreaming restaurants, Carolina Roadhouse, all Chophouse 47 restaurants, Gulfstream Cafe, Joey D’s Oakroom all New York Prime restaurants, and The Tavern at Phipps.
Champps is giving veterans and active duty military a free meal on November 11, 2015. This offer is for dine-in only and is available at participating locations only, so be sure to call ahead. You’ll need to bring in proof of military services with you to your local Champps location such as your U.S. Uniforms Services ID Card, U.S. Uniforms Services Retired ID Card, Current Leave and Earnings Statement, Veterans Organization Card, DD214, or wear your uniform.
Charlie Brown’s Fresh Grill
Wednesday, November 11th get a free meal from a limited menu.
Cheeseburger in Paradise
Free Veterans Burger with fries on Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11th.
Chevy’s Fresh Mex
Chevy’s Fresh Mex will be offering a 20% discount to all military persons in uniform or with valid ID. The offer is valid toward the individual only, not the whole check.
Chili’s is offering Veterans and active duty military (with proof of service) their choice of any lunch combo, or your choice of a dinner meal from a select menu, including any full-size flatbread. Offer only available at participating Chili’s in the U.S. only. Dine-in from limited menu only; beverages and gratuity not included.
Participating locations are offering a free meal to all veterans and those currently serving. ID required. Please call ahead to verify.
Chuck E. Cheese
All U.S. Armed Forces veterans and active-duty military get 20 free tokens upon a visit to Chuck E. Cheese’s. Military ID or proof of service is required, but no coupon is needed.
All military members and veterans can visit City Barbeque on Wednesday, November 11 for Veterans Day to get a free sandwich platter. Not all locations may be participating, so be sure to call first.
Claim Jumper Restaurant
Complimentary meal on Veterans Day. Choices include Chicken Pot Pie, Jambalaya Pasta, Chinese Chicken Salad, Classic Cheeseburger, Meatloaf Supper, Roasted Tri-Tip, Grilled Shrimp, Simply Grilled Chicken Breast, Atlantic Salmon, Country Fried Steak and Black Tie Chicken Pasta.
Active military and veterans who visit Coco’s Bakery on November 11, 2015, will receive a free slice of pie! Just be sure to come in with your military ID so they can confirm that you are or were in the military.
Cotton Patch Cafe
Free Veterans Day meals to veterans and active military on November 11th. You can get a free full size chicken fried steak or chicken fried chicken as long as you bring along a form of military ID.
Free lunch buffet from 11am to 2pm on November 11th.
November 10th get a free meal for current and former military. Proof of service required. Please note the date – this is valid the day before Veterans Day!
Buy one entree, get one free with the purchase of 2 drinks on Veterans Day.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
Complimentary Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola Cake dessert during lunch and dinner on November 11.
CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries
CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries, Inc. is showing their appreciation for service members this way by giving away free complimentary craft beer to retired and active military members. This offer takes place Wednesday, November 11, at participating locations. Check with your favorite location to see if they’re doing this Veterans Day offer: Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurants, Rock Bottom Restaurants & Breweries, and Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom. Some locations may be prohibited from giving away free beer, and will therefore give out a free appetizer in its place.
Get a free Build Your Own Grand Slam® on November 11th, from 5 a.m. to noon for all active, inactive, and retired military personnel. Participating locations only.
DoubleTree by Hilton
Veterans and active duty military can visit any DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in the US, all day long, on Wednesday, November 11 to get a free chocolate chip cookie as part of their Cookie Care campaign.
Einstein Bros Bagels
Any veteran and active military member can stop by their local Einstein Bros Bagels on Wednesday, November 11 and get a free coffee. No purchase is required to get the free coffee, but you do need to show military ID.
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