Free I Served Stickers For Military Veterans
Military Veterans can head over to the Operation Homefront website, and request Free I Served Stickers.
Current sticker options are Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, WW II or Desert Storm.
They’ll send two stickers with each request. You should receive your stickers within 2-3 weeks.
(Ends 11/13) Here’s another Veteran’s freebie! Long John Silver’s offering a Free 2-Piece Fish or Chicken Basket with a mobile coupon for Veteran’s through Friday 11/13! Just text FISH to 41522 to get the coupon and you must show proof of service to your cashier.
Calling all veterans and active duty military! On Veterans Day (November 11th), IHOP will be giving away a FREE Stack of Red, White, and Blue Pancakes for all veterans and active military duty from 7AM-7PM! You’ll need to present your military ID or some sort of proof of your military service to score this freebie. Go here for full details. Spread the word! https://www.facebook.com/IHOP/photos/a.168208503151.118014.10036618151/10153380804213152/?type=3
Be sure to bring your military ID in case they ask for proof of military service.
On Veterans Day November 11th, all Active Duty Service Members, Veterans, and Military Spouses can score a Free Tall (12 oz) Hot Brewed Coffee at Starbucks! Limit of 1 per person, at participating stores only!
If you’re a military bride waiting to get married or planning a wedding, you may qualify for a FREE Wedding Gown from the Brides Across America#OperationWeddingGown Campaign. Visit their site then click on “Register” to find a participating boutique nearest you. For a small donation of $20, which is tax deductible, you can get your dream wedding dress. Documentation is required to confirm deployment of your fiancé in the last five years or upcoming deployment.
Active, former and retired military can receive a FREE entrée from a special menu at Texas Roadhouse on Veterans Day (11/11/15). Drink is also included. Dine-in only. Must show proof of service.
Also these deals at: Durango’s and Logan’s steakhouses, applebees and golden corral