To celebrate and show appreciation to the service of U.S. veterans, these are the Veterans Day Deals VAs shouldn’t miss out on. Scroll below for a quick guide!
Awesome Veterans Day Deals
Our great nation owes so much of what we have and who we are, to our Veterans, active-duty military, and their families.
Relentlessly defending our freedoms in every corner of the globe, sacrificing everything up to and including their lives, Veterans are the reason we remain a free nation.
This Veterans Day, numerous restaurants, retailers, and destinations are offering deals for our Veterans.
All you need to do is show proof of service, which can be your military ID card, VA benefits photo ID card, or Veterans ID card.
Some state IDs include veteran status, and your DD-214 will always be accepted.
Not all locations of a franchise participate in discounts and deals, so you’ll want to verify that your local storefront is offering Veterans Day deals. Most restaurant discounts are for dine-in only.
Many local restaurants also participate in Veterans Day dining deals. You can view a full list here. National chain deals include:
- Applebee’s: Free meal from a special menu
- Bar Louie: Free craft burger or flatbread
- BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse: Free entree up to $14.95
- Bob Evans: Free meal from a special menu
- Brick House Tavern + Tap: 20% Off
- Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.: 20% Off
- Buffalo Wild Wings: Free order of 10 boneless wings and fries
- California Pizza Kitchen: Free meal from a special menu
- Chili’s: Free meal from a special menu
- Cici’s Pizza: Free adult buffet
- Cracker Barrel: Free slice of Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola cake
- Denny’s: Free build your own Grand Slam (5 am-noon)
- Dunkin’ Donuts: Free donut
- Einstein Bros. Bagels: Free hot or iced medium coffee
- Friendly’s: Free All-American Meal
- Grillsmith: Free entree
- Krispy Kreme: Free donut and coffee
- Little Caesars: Free Hot and Ready lunch combo
- Mission BBQ: Free sandwich
- Olive Garden: Free meal from a special menu
- Outback Steakhouse: Free Bloomin’ Onion
- Red Lobster: Free appetizer or dessert from a special menu
- Starbucks: Free 12 oz hot coffee
- Texas Roadhouse: Free dinner voucher
- Wendy’s: Free small breakfast combo (6:30 – 10:30 am)
Many retailers offer Veterans Day deals, too. You can see the full list here.
- Bass Pro Shops: 10% off (5% off firearms and ammunition)
- Bed Bath and Beyond: 25% off
- Big Lots: 10% off
- buybuyBaby: 25% off
- Cabela’s: 10% off
- Columbia Sportswear: 20% off
- David’s Bridal: 10% off
- Dollar General: 11% off
- Food Lion: 10% off
- Great Clips: Free haircut
- Mattress Firm: 10% off
- Publix: 10% off
- Sport Clips: Free haircut
- Staples: 25% off
- Target: 10% off
- Walgreens: 20% off on eligible items
Travel and Activity Discounts
While travel may not be accessible to everyone right now, there is a myriad of Veterans Day deals and free admissions available across the country.
- 9/11 Memorial and Museum: Free admission
- Akron Zoo: Free admission
- Aquarium of the Pacific: Free admission
- Arizona State Parks: Free admission
- B&Bs for Vets: Free room on November 10
- Birmingham Zoo: Free admission
- Caesars Entertainment: 40% off future visits
- Cincinnati Zoo: Free admission
- Colonial Williamsburg: Free admission
- Columbus Zoo and Aquarium: Free admission
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum: Free admission
- Harley-Davidson Museum: Free admission
- La Quinta by Wyndham: 12% off
- Montgomery Zoo: 50% off
- Monticello: Free admission
- Mount Vernon: Free admission
- National Parks: Free admission to over 100 parks
- National WWI Museum and Memorial: Free admission
- Pro Football Hall of Fame: Free admission
- San Antonio Zoo: Free admission
- Sanderling Resort: $129 rooms
- Sedgwick County Zoo: Free admission
- Super 8 by Wyndham: 15% off
- The Alamo: Free admission
- Woodland Park Zoo: Free admission
- Zoo Atlanta: Free admission
Thank you to our Veterans! These are just small things compared to the service you do to keep our country and citizens safe. We celebrate and appreciate your service!
Do you know any veterans? How are you celebrating Veterans Day with them? Feel free to share it with us in the comments section below!