Veterans Day FREEBIES

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Zev0, Nov 5, 2010.

  1. Zev0

    Zev0 Member

    Restaurant Freebies

    Applebees Restaurant Free dinners to veterans throughout Veterans Day November 11th; selections will be from a new Veterans Day menu.

    Outback Steakhouse Free Blooming Onion and beverage.

    Golden Corral Free buffet dinner from 5-9 p.m. on Nov. 15 to anyone who has ever served in the U.S. military Staff.

    In celebration of Veterans Day 11 Nov 2010, Subway is showing its thanks with free six inch subs to all Veterans or Active Duty members.

    On Nov. 7, McCormick & Schmicks restaurants will offer a free entree to military veterans for its 12th annual Veterans Appreciation Event.

    Menu picks include such seafood items as parmesan crusted tilapia, roasted cedar plank salmon and almond crusted rainbow trout. Our Veterans Appreciation Event has become a tradition that our restaurants look forward to each year, said Bill Freeman, CEO of McCormick & Schmicks Seafood Restaurants, in a statement. For more information: »

    Krispy Kreme One free doughnut of any variety.

    UNO Chicago Grill Free entree or individual pizza with an entree or pizza purchase of equal or greater value.

    Coushatta Casino Resort. The Louisiana casino and resort is offering a free seven-clans lunch or dinner buffet to veterans or active military.

    MarketPlace Grill & Express Veterans and active-duty military receive free entrees

    Abuelos Mexican Food Restaurants - All veterans and active duty military receive a free entree.

    Carolina Burgers & BBQ In Matthews, NC is offering a free meal to all service members and veterans.

    Retail Freebies
    Entertainment Freebies

    National parks, forests and monuments - Admission is free to everyone on Veterans Day.

    Knott's Berry Farm - Free park admission to U.S. armed forces personnel and a guest during Veteran's Month, November 1-26.

    Colonial Williamsburg - Free admission Nov. 6-11 for active-duty military, guard and reservists, retirees, veterans and their dependents.

    Anytime Offers:

    MILITARY DISCOUNTS UPDATE All these businesses offer military discounts; all you have to do is ask:


    Arby's A&W, Back Yard Burgers, Burger King, Captain D's, Chick-Fil-A Cotton Patch,

    Denny's, Dunkin' Donuts, Farmers Boy, IHOP, (20 percent discount with military identification),

    Java Cafe, KFC, Long John Silver, Pancho's, Mexican Buffet, Pizza Hut, Quizno's, Sizzler,

    Sonic, Taco Bell, Whataburger


    AT&T, California Cryobank, Geico, Jiffy Lube, Meineke, Sears Portrait Studio

    Travel and Leisure

    Blockbuster, Movie theaters, Ripley's attractions, and museums, Professional Sports teams


    Apple Computers AutoZone Barnhill's Bass Pro Shop Bath and Body Works

  2. Zev0

    Zev0 Member

    WOW 15 views and no replies. Aren't there any vets here interested in free dinners. I plan on going to all in my area.
  3. jacks_bike

    jacks_bike New Member

    United States Coast Guard = Jack
  4. Stan4d

    Stan4d New Member

    Thank you for posting these, all who are interested should use them. They are free to Vet's in appreciation.
    But I have a different feeling on it. All I would really like for myself is a simple thank you and an endeavor to learn more about and participate in the country we (Veterans) all have given them..
    Last edited: Nov 6, 2010
  5. wheelbender6

    wheelbender6 Well-Known Member

    I just wish we had Krispy Kreme here. I work downtown so I will be able to watch the Veterans Day parade during my lunch break. It will be the first time I attended a Veterans Day Parade since I got our of the Marines 19 years ago. I don't know how I will react to it.
  6. tjs323626

    tjs323626 Member

    Thanks Zev0 for posting that info. Those of us who belong to the VFW have received this info already, but I know that many vets are not members. I am a Vietnam vet and didn't join the VFW until 2008. I tried for many years to forget the horrors faced there. When we returned home for the most part we were not honored for our efforts over there. I think things are somewhat better for vets now. I won't comment on our political mess.
  7. Stan4d

    Stan4d New Member

    A link to more free stuff for those who would like to use it:

    And a bit off topic: If like me you would rather give again than receive free stuff, find a local memorial (that is for those who made it home also) and dress it up for Veteran's day.
    Before: WWII MEMORIAL 001.jpg
    During: WWII MEMORIAL 003.jpg
    After: WWII MEMORIAL 016.jpg WWII MEMORIAL 017.jpg
  8. wheelbender6

    wheelbender6 Well-Known Member

    I appreciate the businesses providing freebies to vets and Zev0 and the others compiling the lists.
  9. Skyliner70cc

    Skyliner70cc Active Member

    Nope, quite easily the worst day of the year to go out and eat....each of the aforementioned businesses are packed with lines out to the parking lot on VDay.

    As I get older, I am more and more in favor of mandatory service in the military (not community service) for all of our citizens. In fact, I'd go as far as saying that a citizen would be required to earn his/her right to vote with honorable military service. Those who are not eligible for health reasons would be excused, the crippled, the blind, and those who have a boil on their but (famous talk show host who skipped out on Vietnam used the boil/butt expemption).
  10. SimpleSimon

    SimpleSimon Active Member

    A la Starship Troopers, eh?

    Funny, I hadn't guessed you were a philosophical fellow traveler with Heinlein. I would, however, not make that military service. Like Heinlein, I would require "service" to society for the franchise, but for those religiously or otherwise barred from military service, there are countless alternatives
  11. james65

    james65 Member

    Vetrens day

    Good to know, although I am a vetran I will not be taking advantage of the offers. It is just good to know that our effort is appreciated by some.

    Not by all though as commie Jane is going to be celebrated at the white house as one top 100 US citizens.
  12. augidog

    augidog New Member

    in the past, i've enjoyed Mc & S's Veterans Day tributary entre at the Haymarket location in Boston...marvelous!!

    thanks for the post, gonna grab me a Subway for lunch, later am going to The Sandbar & Grille here in Juneau for a tributary buffet...they're very popular locally for their battered halibut, this outta be a yummy day :cool:

    i too agree with mandatory service, but i don't think peeps should be forced into the military. induction into something like the Job Corps would, imo, work wonders for this country's morale.

    to all who served, to all who are serving...thank you!
    Last edited: Nov 11, 2010
  13. augidog

    augidog New Member

    apparently, at the Subway in Juneau, freedom is worth 50% off (one 6") today.
    Last edited: Nov 11, 2010
  14. WhizBangAndy

    WhizBangAndy Member

    URP! That was some good Free Shrimp @ Applebees..

    Knew I wore BDU's for some
  15. Zev0

    Zev0 Member

    I tried the Applebees here and the line was around the building, so just went someplace else and paid. No biggee.
  16. augidog

    augidog New Member

    the local buffet was slightly disappointing, seemed like a way to sell more beer on an otherwise slow thursday. however, it turned out to be a great social opportunity, 60+ local veterans getting together for potluck. i met & made new friends, ate a lot of chili, had a few drafts. and...speaking of shrimp...i was given a 5lb box of frozen local prawns big as your fist, whoo!!

    man, this is absolutely cool, too...just now as i'm posting, i got a service message from at& application for a 15% discount is approved. dang, all these years i din't know.

    thanks again for the thread, just saved me bunches of bucks :cool:
  17. WhizBangAndy

    WhizBangAndy Member

    MMMM love shrimp..:grin5:
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