Veteran’s Day is next week, and this year there are some pretty cool.
Some of these offers require proof of service either via a Military ID Card (active duty or retired) or a DD214.
Since I’m in So Cal, I choose to post offers that are available in my area, however, there are tons more offers available if you live elsewhere in the US. I suggest googling, “Veteran’s Day 2021 and your location”.
Applebee’s Veterans and Active Duty Military members can choose a free meal from a limited menu on Veteran’s Day with proof of service.
BJ’s Restaurants On November 11, all current and former military members receive a free entree up to $14.95 plus a free Dr. Pepper beverage. Dine-in only.
California Pizza Kitchen Veterans and active military get a complimentary meal from a select menu. Dine-in and walk-in takeout only.
Chili’s Veterans and active-duty service members get a free meal from a select menu on November 11 Available for in-restaurant only.
Denny’s Veterans and military personnel get a free Build Your Own Grand Slam on November 11 from 5 a.m. to noon. Dine-in only.
Dunkin Donuts On November 11 veterans and active-duty military receive a free donut at participating locations. Offer available in-store only.
Famous Dave’s Military personnel get a free Free Georgia Chopped Pork Sandwich + Side at participating locations on November 11. Valid for Dine-In, To Go, and Online Ordering. Not valid for call-in orders.
Farmer Boys Veterans and active-duty military receive a free Big Cheese cheeseburger on November 11 at participating locations.
National Parks All U.S. National Parks will be offering free admission to the public on Veteran’s Day.
SeaWorld Parks offer free admission to the active and retired military (plus up to 3 dependents) through their Waves of Honor program.
Great Clips: One free haircut to be redeemed the day of with a voucher on another day.
Sports Clips: One free haircut with military ID
Grace for Vets Car Washes:Free car washes at independent car washes across the country.
True REST Float Spa: On Nov. 11, True REST Float Spa will close every location to the public and invite retired military to float for 60-minutes, free of charge. True REST Float Spa recommends veterans who would like to float on Nov. 11 make an appointment soon by visiting TrueRest.com/free-floats-for-military-veterans. Individuals must bring a form of military identification to their appointment, such as a D.D. Form 214. True REST has a total of 37 open locations across 22 states, with some locations having up to six float pods equipped with showers, changing rooms, an oxygen bar and an oasis room to elevate the spa-like experience.
Talk Back: If you know of any Freebies for Veterans, please leave a comment below!