Many businesses in Montgomery County are honoring those who have served our country on Veterans Day with deals and freebies. Often, a military ID, dressing in uniform, or other proofs of service is required to access these deals.
Here is a list of places that are offering deals:
- Applebee’s is giving out free meals from select menus to veterans and active-duty military.
- California Pizza Kitchen is offering veterans and active-duty service members a free entree from a special menu.
- Dunkin Donuts is giving out free doughnuts to veterans and active-duty military at participating locations.
- Gordon Biersch is giving veterans a free entree from a special menu.
- Little Caesars is offering a free lunch combo to veterans and active military members from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Nov. 11.
- Red Lobster is giving veterans and active-duty military officers free appetizers or free desserts from a select menu.
- Red Robin is giving veterans and active-duty military a free Tavern Double Burger with bottomless steak fries.
- Starbucks is offering veterans, active-duty officers, and military spouses a free tall hot brewed coffee at participating stores. Starbucks is also donating 25 cents of every cup of brewed coffee sold to two non-profits that work on behalf of veterans.
- The Greene Turtle is giving free entrees valued at $14 to veterans and active-duty service members.
- Yard House is offering active-duty service members and veterans a free appetizer.
Additional deals and things to do:
- Amtrak is offering military personnel and veterans a 10 percent discount on tickets.
- Sports Clips is offering veterans free haircuts at participating locations.
- Target is taking 10 percent off in-store and online purchases for active-duty officers and veterans from Nov. 3 to Nov. 11.
- The Newseum is offering free admission Nov. 9-11 for veterans, active-duty members, and one guest.
Veterans Day Skate on Sunday, November 10, honors active military, veterans, and their families with FREE skating at Cabin John Ice Rink and Wheaton Ice Arena.
— Montgomery Parks (@MontgomeryParks) November 5, 2019
The Montgomery County Commission on Veterans Affairs offers a resource guide to programs and contacts for veterans in the county.