Nov 11, 2014 7:41 AM

Happy Veterans Day - Deals and freebies for NH vets

Happy Veterans Day! Are you a veteran or active duty military member? Here's a list of some N.H. freebies for Veterans across the state!


Applebee's - Military receives a free "Thank You" meal.
Carrabba's - All active duty and retired veterans get a free appetizer
Chuck E. Cheese's - 20 free tokens to veterans and active duty (until 11/15)
Cracker Barrel - Free Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola dessert
Denny's - Active, inactive and retired military personnel get a free "Build Your Own Grand Slam" until noon.
Friendly's - Free breakfast, lunch or dinner to veterans and active duty military.
IHOP - Free Red, White and Blue pancakes for military until 7pm
Krispy Kreme - Free doughnut and small coffee for veterans
LongHorn Steakhouse - Free Texas Tonion appetizer and non-alcoholic drink
Olive Garden - Free meal from a limited menu for all veterans and active duty
Outback Steakhouse - Free Bloomin' Onion and drink for all active and retired military
Red Lobster - Free appetizer (until 11/13)
Red Robin - Free Red's Tavern Double Burger with Bottomless steak fries for veterans and active duty
Starbucks - Free tall coffee for veterans, active duty and spouses.
Texas Roadhouse - Free lunch from 11am until 2pm for all active duty, retired or former military.
TGI Fridays - Veterans and active duty military get a free lunch from a select menu from 11am until 2pm.
Uno Pizzeria & Grill - Free entrée or individual pizza with an entrée purchase that is equal or greater in value.


National Parks - Veterans will have free access to over 100 national parks that require entrance fees.
Great Clips - Veterans receive a free haircut or haircut card to redeem until Dec. 31. All customers get a free haircut card to give to their favorite veteran.

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