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Here’s Where Veterans Day Deals and Freebies Are Being Offered to Those Who Served

Here’s Where Veterans Day Deals and Freebies Are Being Offered to Those Who Served

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2019-11-11 04:29:08

Observed annually in the United States on November 11, Veterans Day is a holiday to honor and remember those who have served in the armed forces.

To thank the more than 19 million veterans in the United States, many restaurants and businesses are offering freebies and deals to those who served. Some are even extending their generosity to active military and their family members.

Here are a few of the places to redeem those Veterans Day deals.

But wait! If you’re hoping to get in on these sweet deals, don’t forget to bring a valid military ID or other proof of service. And while all of these places plan to be open on Veterans Day this year, there are many that choose to close for the holiday, so be sure to check before you go.

Restaurants

Chili’s is offering veterans and active military members a free meal from a selection of menu items including Chicken Crispers, Margarita Grilled Chicken and Chicken Bacon Ranch Quesadillas.

Applebee’s also has active and retired military members covered with a free dine-in meal.

Cracker Barrel is serving up a Southern homestyle holiday, thanking veterans with a complimentary Pumpkin Pie Latte or Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola Cake. The Old Country Store will…



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