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20 Veterans Day Freebies On November 11th

Updated: Nov 11, 2021




Veterans Day Freebies


The free offers below will be available on Veterans Day, November 11th. Please make sure to read what each company requires of you for you to enjoy your free offer and reach out to your local businesses and restaurants if you have any questions about the offers mentioned in this list. Thank you all so very much for your service!


IHOP- Veterans and active duty military will receive FREE Red, White, and Blue pancake offer. Some locations will also offer a combo of (2) eggs, hash browns, and a choice of (2) bacon strips or pork sausage between 7 AM-7 PM. Check with your local restaurant for specifics.




LEGOLAND Florida- Active duty military and veterans can receive free admission to LEGOLAND Florida Resort through November 20, 2021. You can also purchase up to (6) theme park tickets at a 60% off discount. Proof of service.


Golden Corral- Active and former military members will be able to receive a FREE “Thank You Meal” during their annual Military Appreciation Night that begins at 5 PM-until close.


Buffalo Wild Wings- FREE 10 piece boneless wings and fries for all past and present armed service members. Proof of service required.


Cici’s Pizza- Print a coupon on their site and enjoy a FREE Adult buffet for veterans and active duty members. There are various proof of service options they have listed on their site as acceptable to redeem the offer.



Wendy’s- Free breakfast combo for active military and veterans on Veterans Day between the hours of 6:30 AM-10:30 AM with a valid military ID or Veteran’s Advantage Card.


True REST Float Spa- FREE One hour of float time for veterans and active military. Free of charge. Reserve your free Veterans Day floatation therapy appointment online. Float therapy is said to “reduce blood pressure, stress, anxiety, and physical pain, as well as improve sleep quality and increase feelings of serenity and well-being. Clinical research has reported floating also has a profoundly beneficial effect on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other stress and pain related conditions.




Shoney’s- Veterans and active duty military. FREE Shoney’s all-you-can-eat breakfast bar until 11:00 AM.


Pilot Flying J- All active duty and retired military can enjoy a free meal. The $10.00 meal credit will show up in your myRewardsPlus app if you are authenticated with ID.me in the myRewardsPlus app.


National Park Services will be waiving all admission fees/passes on November 11th. There are over 400 National Parks. I had a great time over the summer with my family as we planned a fun adventure at one of our parks within our state.


Dunkin’ Donuts- Free donut of your choice for veterans and active military. While supplies last at participating locations.


Hard Rock Cafe- Free Legendary Steak Burger and fries for active or retired military members with a valid ID. You can combine this offer with other Hard Rock Cafe military discounts.




Starbucks- Free tall 12 oz cup of hot coffee for veterans, active military, and military spouses.


54th Street Grill and Bar- Veterans and active duty can eat for free (up to $14.00) on November 11th. Cannot be combined with any other offers and proof of service is appreciated.


O’Charley’s- Active duty members, as well as veterans, can receive a free entree of Chicken Alfredo, Classic Cheeseburger, Southern Fried Chicken Tender Salad, Honey Drizzled Southern Fried Chicken, Chicken Tenders and Fries, and Peach Chutney Chicken


Denny’s- Veterans, active, and inactive can enjoy a FREE Build Your Own Grand Slam breakfast from 5 AM-12 PM. Dine-in only and proof of service is required.


Bob Evans- Veterans and active duty service members can choose from 1 of 7 homestyle meals at their local Bob Evans restaurants.


Chili’s- Free meal for active duty members and veterans on Veterans Day.


Hooters- All military eat free from a menu of 5 choices.


Little Caesars- FREE 4 slice deep dish pizza and 20 oz Pepsi beverage for active duty military and veterans. Proof of service







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