Memorial Day – Free Burgers, Pizza And More For Military

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Memorial Day is this Monday, May 30, and in honor of the men and women who gave their lives for our country, many businesses are offering free meals, and discounts to current and former Military.

Hooters, McCalisters, MOD Pizza, and 7-Eleven are among the many national chains celebrating Memorial Day 2016, with freebies and discounts.

While free food is great, free admission to popular attractions is even better: Blue Star Museums, Busch GardensCalifornia Great America, CarowindsColonial Williamsburg, Cousins Paintball,  Creation Museum, Dorney ParkKing’s Dominion, Kings Island,  Sea World, Sesame Place, Valleyfair, and several others are offering free admission on Memorial Day.

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Memorial Day 2016 Freebies For Military

As for Memorial Day food deals, the freebies below are for Veterans and Active Members of the Military and generally come with the requirement that the customer is able to produce military ID or shows up in uniform. Unless otherwise stated, the deals are in effect only on Monday, May 30th.

Here are the deals that we could confirm, and we’ll continue to add to the list as we come across more.

7-Eleven – From 27 May – 30 May Buy one Slurpee, any size, and get one free. All day. Locations.

Bertucci’s

Boston Market – Market is offering guests a coupon for 25% off any Family Meal. Locations.

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill – Bring a veteran or active-duty member of the military to lunch or dinner and the individual with military ID eats for free.

Hooters – Present military ID at Hooters on Memorial Day and you’ll get a free entrée. Locations.

Lone Star Steakhouse – Honoring active military and emergency first responders with 15% off every Monday.  A valid ID is required and the deal is only for active, not veterans or retired personnel. Locations.

McAlister’s Deli – All military personnel will enjoy one complimentary entrée and drink. Locations.

McCormick & Schmick’s – Active-duty military and veterans are welcomed to a free entrée for dinner or lunch. Locations.

Miller’s Ale House – Military get 50% off on Memorial Day with proof of service Locations.

MOD Pizza – All current and former service members will receive a free pizza or salad. Locations.

Ninety Nine Restaurants – Inviting veterans and active military to enjoy a free entrée from our 9 Real Size Entrées for $9.99 Menu. Locations.

Outback Steakhouse – From 27 May – 4 July, Outback is offering a 15% discount. Open to Military Personnel and their immediate family members. Locations.

Pie Five Pizza – Free personalized pizza with military ID or proof of service. Locations.

Shoney’s – Free All-American Burger to all active-duty and Veterans. Locations.

Memorial Day Free Meals Discounts

Twin Peaks – Enjoy a free meal from the Memorial Day Menu. Locations.

Wendy’s – Wendy’s is saying “thank you” by treating customers to a FREE Small Frosty Treat. Locations

While you’re out enjoying Memorial Day, please remember that these freebies and discounts are not entitlements.



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1 Comment
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    Peter Gregory May 28, 2016 at 10:17 AM

    Many county govts. in PA, Allegheny, Berks, York, Montgomery, Bucks have instituted a veterans ID program. Open to anyone with an honorable DD-214, a photo ID is generated which enables the Veteran to obtain 5-10% off at many, many establishments in the program. 24-7-365. The local county level Veterans affair office, which operates in all 60 counties should have more info. On the program. Again these photo ID cards cannot be used to obtain or establish entitlement for VA, Veterans, DOD benefits, nor can they be used in any manner like the retired DD form 2 to establish any other benefit of service.

    Something like this program may exist in your state as well.

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