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Free food and Memorial Day deals for active military and veterans Monday

Free food and Memorial Day deals for active military and veterans Monday

While Memorial Day is for honoring military personnel who died in service, businesses across the nation are showing veterans and active-duty military personnel a little love to thank them for their service.

Veterans and other military personnel can enjoy free meals and receive other discounts when they show a military identification Monday.


At some businesses, discharge papers, Veterans Administration cards and veterans organization membership cards also can be used to prove service.

The discounts are similar to what businesses offer on Veterans Day, though on a smaller scale.

Some savings extend to spouses and families, and a few military discounts are offered year-round.

Early freebie

Ace Hardware: On Saturday, the hardware store chain is giving out 1 million free American flags to consumers nationwide. Visit participating stores to get a free 8-by-12-inch flag while supplies last. No purchase necessary. A second flag will be donated to a local VFW Post to be used for marking and honoring veteran graves this Memorial Day, the company announced.

Free food and meal deals

Participation can vary. To be on the safe side, check with your closest location.

7-Eleven: Veterans Advantage members get a free coffee or Big Gulp on Memorial Day and earn extra rewards when linking the 7Rewards and Veterans Advantage accounts. Learn more at

Applebee’s: Through May 31, participating restaurants are offering active, retired military servicemembers and their families to dine and receive 10% off their bill. Also for the month of May, get the Dollarita margarita for $1 at participating restaurants nationwide.

Chuck E. Cheese’s: Military families including active-duty, National Guard, reservists and retired service members get special deals year-round when they show their Common Access Card, Uniformed Services ID Card or Dependent ID Card at restaurants.

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill: Veterans, active military and Gold Star family members get a free entree with the purchase of another meal Monday.

Fogo de Chão: Veterans and active duty personnel get 50% off meals Monday and up to three guests get 10% off their meals. Military identification required.

Hooters: Veterans and active military eat free from a special menu Monday with a military identification and drink purchase. Hooters also offers a daily 10% military discount and a special 20% military discount every Tuesday throughout the year at participating locations.

LaMar’s Donuts: Veterans and active duty military get a free doughnut and small coffee Monday.

Logan’s Roadhouse: Active-duty military and veterans get a free meal from the American Roadhouse Meals menu with proof of service from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday.

McCormick & Schmick’s: Veterans, active military personnel, Gold Star parents and spouses and National Guard get a free entree Monday.

Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub: Veterans and active military who purchase any meal Monday get a free entrée from the “9 Real Size Entrées for $9.99 Menu.” Proof of service required.

Outback Steakhouse: Through Monday, active military, veterans, police officers and firefighters with valid state or federal identification get 20% off. There’s also a 10% everyday Heroes Discount for servicemen and women, police officers and firefighters.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop: All vets and active military get a buy-one-get-one offer on sandwiches, salads and Pick-Your-Pair when they show their ID………Read More>>


Source:- usatoday


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