Veterans Eat Free Here
Veteran’s Day is a day to honor those who have served and protected this country. Today there are some national chains saluting those veterans and those in active military duty with some free food.
Free Menu Items:
7-Eleven – free small Slurpee between 11a.m. and 7p.m. (7-Eleven will also bring mobile Slurpee trailers to 11 U.S. military bases between Nov. 8 and 12 so that troops and their families can get a free Slurpee on base.)
Hooter’s – 10 free wings
Little Caesars – free order of Crazy Bread
Krispy Kreme – free doughnut
Subway Restaurants – free 6-inch sub
Outback Steakhouse – free Bloomin’ Onion and Coca Cola from Nov. 7-11
Applebee’s (for veterans and active-duty military)
Chili’s (a choice of seven entrées for veterans)
Golden Corral (free “Thank You” dinner on Monday, Nov. 14, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. for veterans)
Texas Roadhouse (free entrée and a choice of a free Coca Cola product, iced tea/sweet tea, or coffee from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for veterans and active-duty military)
T.G.I. Fridays (buy one entrée, get one free for veterans and active-duty military)
Heinz – Every time you scan a QR code on a Heinz ketchup bottle with a smart phone (you don’t need to buy the bottle, restaurant ketchup counts), Heinz will send a personalized thank-you postcard through the USO to veterans, as well as 57 cents to the Wounded Warrior Project, a nonprofit organization that honors and empowers wounded service members.
Dunkin’ Donuts – The doughnut chain will donate $10,000 to the USO and bring back their limited-release Stars & Strips Donut during the week of Veteran’s Day.