Kohl's doubles military discount through Veterans Day

Joanna Estrada
November 9, 2019

Bombshells Restaurant & Bar, multiple locations All nine Bombshells Restaurant & Bar locations in Texas will provide meals and soft drinks for veterans and active service members for free and at a 20-percent discount for accompanying family members on Veterans Day.

Brennan's, 3300 Smith To show appreciation to all those who served, Brennan's is offering a complimentary Sarge's SOS appetizer for all veterans who dine at the restaurant on Veterans Day this year.

From 11 a.m.to 2 p.m. on Veterans Day, veterans and active military members can receive a free $5 HOT-N-READY® Lunch Combo.

iHop: Complimentary red, white, and blue pancakes or a breakfast combo are onthe menu at iHop for veterans Monday.

Vets and active duty can get a free doughnut of their choice at participating locations on Monday. Show a valid military ID and fill out the service card to receive a free salad bar or $5 off any entree.

Applebee's: Free meal from limited menu to all active military members and veterans for dine-in only. Provide proof of service required.

Buffalo Wings & Rings - Veterans and Active Military Members will receive 5 Free Boneless Wings and a free non-alcoholic beverage all day on Monday, November 11, 2019.

Cracker Barrel: Free slice of double chocolate fudge Coca-Cola cake or pumpkin pie latte for veterans and active duty military members.

Chili's Grill & Bar: Can choose a complimentary meal from a select menu on Veterans Day.

Red Lobster is offering a free appetizer or dessert with proof of service. Veterans and current members of the military are invited to enjoy their free meal by visiting participating restaurants and showing their Military ID.

Chuck E. Cheese: Free personal one-topping pizza.

Chipotle: Buy one get one free in-restaurant only.

This burger joint is offering veterans and active duty a free Red's Tavern Double Burger and bottomless fries all day Monday.

First responders, active military and veterans who show a valid ID at any Noodles & Company location will get 15 percent off their in-restaurant orders.

Stop in for a free meal on Veterans Day. The offer is good from 3 p.m.to close in Longmont (1258 South Hover Road.), and 4 p.m.to close in Lafayette (105 West Emma Street), Rosedale (2200 South Broadway) and Boulder (2027 13th Street). Choose from items on the Monthly Lunch Feature Menu, which includes wagyu beef stew or bucatini baguta.

Sports Clips: Free haircuts for veterans.

Veterans, active-duty military, servicemen and servicewomen can get a free 20-ounce smoothie with proof of service.

Castillo de San Marcos (St. Augustine) - Admission to the fort will be free on Monday.

Veterans and troop members can access a free all-you-care-to-eat breakfast buffet from open to 11 a.m.

Cummer Museum: Free admission on Veterans Day.

The 55th annual Veterans Day Tribute will start at 11 a.m. on Monday at the Veterans Memorial Park and Museum in Tampa. The offer is available to all active and former military personnel, military ( ID required).

Lowe's will offer all active, reserve, honorably discharged, retired military personnel and their immediate family members a 10 percent discount on in-store US purchases made during the Veterans Day holiday with proof of service.

Mayor Rick Kriseman will celebrate Veterans Day by honoring veterans and presenting the Honored Veteran Award to Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Geoff Barker, a highly-decorated veteran and author.

One free meal per veteran or active member of the US military on Veterans Day. This offer is for active and retired military with a valid Military ID.

The City of Sarasota will host its annual Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony beginning at 10 a.m. on Monday at Osprey Avenue in downtown.

Drive & Shine Car Wash: Free Diamond Car Wash for veterans and active service members at all Drive & Shine locations.

Great Clips: Anyone who gets a haircut at Great Clips Monday can ask for a free haircut card to give to a veteran.

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