HOUSTON -- Celebrate Veterans Day with these free offers:
To show our support and appreciation for the military, enjoy a FREE Bloomin' Onion & Beverage at your local Outback Steakhouse on Wednesday, November 11, with valid military ID. And for the rest of the year, we're giving 15 percent off to military personnel-plus their families. Come in November 12 through December 31 to enjoy your discount, with valid military ID.
On Veterans Day, November 11th, veterans and active duty military can enjoy a free entre from a special menu. Family members dining with them enjoy 10 percent off of their meals.
On Veterans Day, LongHorn Steakhouse will offer a free Texas Tonion appetizer and a non-alcoholic beverage to anyone showing proof of military service.
Golden Corral restaurants are offering active and retired military personnel a free buffet and beverage on Veterans Day from 5 to 9pm
Hooters will offer all active-duty and retired military personnel a free meal all day on Nov. 11th.
Veterans and active duty military members can enjoy a free lunch on Nov. 11th. Active, retired and former U.S. military can choose from one of 10 dishes and beverage. Guests must show proof of service.
Applebees will be offering a free meal Nov. 11 for all veterans and active-duty service members. Choose from seven entrees, drink not included.
Free pizza or a $5 Hot N Ready Lunch Combo to all veterans and active military members on Nov. 11 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Red Robin is inviting all veterans and active-duty service members to join them on Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11, 2015, for a FREE Red's Tavern Double burger with Bottomless Steak Fries.
On Nov. 11 only, customers who stop in for a service at any Great Clips salon in the United States can receive a free haircut card to give to a veteran. The free haircut cards for the military are redeemable until Dec. 31, 2015.
IHOP is also offering free red, white, and blue pancakes to vets and active duty personnel from 7am-7pm.
Dennys is also offering a free Grand Slam Breakfast from 5am-noon.
Starbucks is honoring active duty, veterans, and military spouses on Veterans Day with a free tall coffee. Starbucks is also donating $5 dollars to the USO Transition 360 Alliance for each Veterans Day gift card sold through Nov. 11.
Chili's and some Chick-Fil-A locations, as well as, On The Border are all offering military vets a menu item all day.
Fox and Hound is giving a free meal up to $10 dollars.
Veterans Day freebies for vets, soldiers and families
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