A Salute to Veterans – Freebies & Discounts for Veteran’s Day
Frequent readers of Coupon Dad know that I am a military brat and many members of my family have served and are currently serving our country at home and abroad. My brother is currently deployed and I have a cousin that’s stationed in England. I also have a cousin in the Army and a cousin that is a Marine. My dad was in the Navy. My stepdad and aunt both retired from the Air Force. My stepdad fought in the first Gulf War and both of my grandfathers fought in Korea. As you can see, military pride runs deep in my family. Also, I am pretty sure my son will serve too. So to all my family members that have served and to all the other Veterans out there, I say thank you!
Below is a list of retailers and restaurants that is offering great deals and military discounts on Veteran’s Day!
JCPenney – All current and retired military personnel and family members will receive a 20% off discount in stores from November 3 – 15, 2014 with proper military ID.
Sears – All active, reserve, and retired personnel will get 40% off regular priced Craftsman tools or an extra 10% sale Craftsman tools off with proper ID. Good through November 11, 2014.
Rack Room Shoes – Dependents and those with proper military ID will receive 10% off entire purchase on Veteran’s Day.
Macy’s – With a valid military ID, Macy’s is offering an extra 20% off sale item on Veteran’s Day.
Sports Clips – With valid ID, active and retired will receive a free haircut at participating locations on Veteran’s Day.
Great Clips – Active and retired will receive a free haircut on Veterans Day with valid ID.
Lowe’s – Active, retired, and immediate family can get 10% off your in-store purchase with proper ID. This offer is good everyday!
The Home Depot – Just like Lowe’s, The Home Depot offers a 10% off in-store purchase with proper ID everyday!
Starbucks – Participating Starbucks locations are offering a tall brewed coffee to all active and retired Veteran’s with ID on Veteran’s Day.
Carrabba’s – Active and retired Veteran’s will receive a free appetizer of your choice on Veteran’s Day!
Applebee’s – With proper ID, all active and retired military personnel will receive a free meal with proper ID.
Red Lobster – Get a free appetizer with proper military ID>
Outback Steakhouse – Get a free Bloomin Onion and non- alcoholic beverage with military ID.
Olive Garden – They are offering a free meal from a special menu to active duty and veterans on Veteran’s Day with proper ID.
Longhorn Steakhouse – Get a free Texas Tonion and non-alcoholic beverage to active and retired personnel with proper ID.
Krispy Kreme – All active and retired personnel will get a free donut and coffee on Veteran’s Day with proper ID.
Denny’s – All active, inactive, and retired personnel will receive a “Build Your Own Grand Slam” with proper ID on Veteran’s Day.
Golden Corral – On Monday November 17, 2014, Golden Corral will have it’s annual Military Appreciation Day and is offering a free “thank you” dinner from 5pm to 9pm with valid ID.
Texas Roadhouse – Get a free lunch to vets and active members with valid ID.
IHOP – Get free pancakes on Veteran’s Day for all active and retired personnel with valid ID.
Red Robin – Get a free lunch on Veteran’s Day for all active and retired personnel with proper ID.
Bed Bath & Beyond – Get 20% off the entire purchase for U.S. Military, veterans and military spouses on November 8, 9, 10 and 11, 2014 with proper ID.
Dollar General – Is offering 11% off for all veterans on Veteran’s Day 2014.
Family Dollar – Get 15% off entire purchase with coupon through Nov. 11, 2014. Text VETERAN to 28767 for coupon code. For active duty or retired military, National Guard, veterans and their families.
Publix – Get 10% off purchase for active, retired, and dependents on Veteran’s Day 2014 with proper ID.
World Market – Get 20% off your entire purchase for all active military, retired, Guard, DOD, and Military Spouses November 8 – 11, 2014.
Cabela’s – Cabela’s is hosting Hometown Heroes events. There is a 5% discount is for military personnel, fire fighters, and law enforcement now through Veteran’s Day 2014.
If you know of any others, please let me know and I’ll add them to the list!