Veterans Day: Where to find freebies, discounts and deals for our military


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Restaurants and businesses across Piedmont Triad will offer discounts, free meals and special deals to veterans and members of the military in honor of Veterans Day on Monday.

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Biscuitville: A free biscuit of your choice for veterans and active service members.

Boston Market: With a coupon, veterans can buy one individual meal and drink and get a second meal free on Monday and Tuesday. Only good at participating restaurants.

Buffalo Wild Wings: Free small boneless wings and fries for active and retired service members. At participating locations only. Dine-in only on Sunday.

Burger Warfare: A free half-pound double standard burger with fries. Dine-in only. All-day Monday.

Cracker Barrel: Free Pumpkin Pie Latte, either iced or hot, or a slice of Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola Cake at all Cracker Barrel locations.

Darryl’s Wood Fired Grill: On Monday, choose between two specialty entrees for free: shrimp and grits or slow-roasted prime rib.

Denny’s: Active, non-active and retired military personnel can enjoy a free Build Your Own Grand Slam breakfast from 5 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday at participating locations.

Dunkin’: One free doughnut for veteran and active military.

East Coast Wings: Veterans and active duty service members can get a free meal from select options, including a soda fountain drink or tea,

IHOP: Veterans can grab a free stack of Red, White and Blue pancakes at participating locations from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday. Dine-in only.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts: All veterans can get a free doughnut of their choice and a free small brewed coffee, hot or iced, at participating shops.

Longhorn Steakhouse: Get a free appetizer or dessert Sunday, as well as 10% off your whole table’s check.

Outback Steakhouse: Military veterans, service members and first responders can get 20% off their entire check with a valid state or federal ID.

Red Robin: All veterans and active-duty military can get a free dine-in Red’s Tavern Double Burger and Bottomless Steak Fries.

Starbucks: Veterans and active-duty service members along with military spouses can get a free tall brewed coffee on Sunday.

Texas Roadhouse: Every member of our military will receive a free lunch between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. at any Texas Roadhouse location nationwide on Sunday.


Dollar General: This store is offering an 11% discount on qualifying purchases to all veterans, active duty military, members of the National Guard & Reserve and their immediate family members both in-store and online with discount code MILITARY 11.

Food Lion: 10% discount on Monday for active and retired military personnel.

Great Clips: Veterans and current military members can either get a free haircut or get a free-haircut card to use at a later date.

Greensboro Science Center: Veterans, as well as active duty and retired military personnel, can visit the Greensboro Science Center free of charge, and their guests get in for a discounted $12.50 per person. They can also try GSC’s high ropes course, SKYWILD, for a discounted $35 per person by reserving online with code THANKS19 and presenting a valid veteran or military ID at check-in.

Lowe’s: Veterans and active military get 10% off purchases Veterans Day and every day

Publix: Veterans, active military personnel, and their families are invited to save 10% on groceries.

RingMaster Jewelers: This Winston Salem jeweler is offering 35% off any purchase Monday for active or former military.

Sheetz: Sheetz is celebrating Veterans Day by offering veterans and active duty military personnel a free meal, including a 6-inch turkey sub and regular size fountain drink, and a free car wash.

Sports Clips: Veterans can get a free haircut.

Target: 10% off on one purchase for all military personnel, veterans and their families.

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