Places Offering Discounts And Deals For Veterans Day

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Veterans Day is Saturday, Nov. 11, and there's no way to completely thank our military members for their service.

That being said, would a free meal, a new haircut or some cool discounts be a good start? Check out some of the places around the DMV who are offering discounts for our military:

This is the kind of burger people write poetry about.

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Veterans and active-duty military members can get a free meal from a limited menu on Veterans Day, with proof of military service. Since 2008, Applebee's says they have served 8.3 million meals to veterans.

Happy #NationalChickenWingDay. We’re ready to celebrate.

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Vets and military members can each get a free small order of traditional or boneless wings and a side of fries at Buffalo Wild Wings. Proof of military service is required.

S🍩 much d🍩nut l🍩ve t🍩day! We're still celebrating #NationalDonutDay all day long while supplies last! ❤️🍩❤️🍩 (📸: @fraub22)

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On Nov. 11, Veterans and active duty military can enjoy a free doughnut at Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants nationwide, no purchase necessary.  

It's time to honor our veterans with FREE Red, White & Blue Pancakes. Participation varies. Dine-in only. 1 per veteran/active duty with proof of service. Restrictions apply.

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All active duty and retired Veterans are invited to come in and enjoy Free Red, White, & Blue Pancakes at IHOP.

What if we told you that between 3-5PM, Monday-Thursday, all your wildest dreams could come true? And by wildest dreams, we mean you can get amazingly delicious classics for just $8.99.

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Olive Garden restaurants will offer a free entrée from a special menu to active-duty military and military veterans on Nov. 11.

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