Veterans’ Day Deals 2020

The Capital Wheel: All active and retired service members ride for free and accompanying family members are eligible for its military discount. Must show military ID in person to redeem the offer.

Colonial Williamsburg: Free admission during Veterans Day weekend, Wednesday through Sunday, to all active-duty Military, Reservists, Retirees, Veterans, National Guardsmen and their immediate dependents. Admission to trades and sites, art museums, and complimentary shuttle service are included.

Chili’s: A free meal from a select menu at participating restaurants. Available for dine-in only.

California Pizza Kitchen: All veterans and active military receive a free entrée from a select menu at participating restaurants. Must be in uniform or show military ID or any other proof of service.

Golden Corral:  Due to COVID-19 restrictions, active or former military members can pick up a Military Appreciation Meal Promotional Card during the month of November for a free “Thank You” dinner meal. The card can be redeemable from Nov. 1 to May 31, 2020 for dine-in only, Monday through Thursday.

Little Caesars: Veterans and active military get a free HOT-N-READY Lunch Combo at participating stores on Nov. 1, from 1 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Mission BBQ: Veterans and active-duty military members get a free sandwich on Veterans Day.

McCormick & Schmick’s: Half priced entree on Sunday, Nov 8

Red Lobster: Veterans, active-duty military and reservists get a free appetizer or dessert. Will need to show valid military ID or proof of service to redeem the offer.

Red Robin: Veterans and active military who are Red Robin Royalty members can redeem their free Tavern Double Burger with Steak Fries any time between Nov. 12 and Nov. 30 for dine-in or carryout. The offer will be automatically uploaded to your dashboard. You can sign up to become a Royalty member for free online.

Starbucks: Veterans, military service members and military spouses at participating U.S. stores will offer a free tall hot brewed coffee on Nov. 11. Starbucks will also donate 25 cents for every cup sold nationwide that day to organizations that support the mental health of military communities.