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Veterans Day is all about appreciation. Mutual appreciation. That’s why this is a day of great various discounts and freebies a number of businesses are offering to military veterans November 11. Moreover veterans can even receive a free haircut or a card that can be redeemed for a free haircut that is good until the end of the year.
Here’s a quick bird’s eye view on some offers one can find throughout the United States on this great day.
Applebee’s Free Meals For Veterans
Veterans and active-duty service members can choose a dish from Applebee’s free Thank You Meal menu on this special day. There will be seven entrees to choose from, beverage not included. Military ID or proof of service is required. For more information and a list of locations, visit www.applebees.com.
Free Haircut for Veterans
If you aren’t in the military, you can purchase your own haircut on November 11, and you’ll receive a free haircut card to give to an active or retired military member. Nevertheless the free haircut card must be redeemed by December 31, 2014. On the other hand, Great Clips is giving away haircuts to active and retired members of the military throughout the whole day. If you’re a current or former member of the military, all you have to do is head to a Great Clips salon on Veterans Day for a free haircut.
Free Starbucks Tall Coffee
Starbucks is honoring active and retired military today, but military spouses can join in by redeeming a tall brewed coffee at no charge as well. However this offer is only available at participating locations, so call ahead before you leave home.
Outback Steakhouse Free Meals
On Tuesday, Outback is honoring all active and retired military personnel with a free Bloomin’ Onion and a beverage. You must show a valid military ID at participating restaurants.
Actually Baskin Robbins’ flavor of the month in honor of Veterans Day is First Class Camouflage Ice Cream: chocolate, salty caramel and cake flavored ice creams. The ice cream chain will donate 10 cents from ice cream scoops sold at all U.S. locations to the United Service Organizations (USO). So celebrate autumn with a summer habit, and you might feel warm all over again.
World of Coca-Cola
The World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta offers free admission to members of the Armed Forces such as active duty, reserves and retirees year-round. In honor of Veterans Day, from Nov. 8 through Sunday, Nov. 16, members of the Armed Forces may also purchase up to four half-price general admission tickets for their friends and family. Military members and retirees can present their valid Armed Forces ID cards at the World of Coca-Cola ticket windows.
Free museum admission
In case you live in Kern County, it’s a great way to spend your free time at the The Bakersfield Museum of Art, which is offering free admission for all veterans and their families on Veterans Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The museum is located at 1930 R Street in Bakersfield.