Memorial Day 2021 Freebies and Deals for South Jersey Veterans
Memorial Day 2021 will have a different feel this year thanks to social distancing, mask mandates, and capacity limits finally being dropped after 14 long and very challenging months.
Memorial Day is still a time to remember the men and women who gave their lives protecting and serving our country, as well as those in active service and veterans.
Many establishments will be offering deals and freebies for this Memorial Day. Check out this list of deals for veterans, according to the website Parade.com.
Buffalo Wild Wings- Military and veterans can get 10 percent off at participating Buffalo Wild Wings. Must have valid ID.
Burger King - You can find a 10 percent discount at select BK's for military and veterans with valid ID.
Caesars Entertainment- Veterans and active-duty military will receive up to 35 percent off room rates through May 31st, 2021. Proof of military ID is needed through ID.me
Chick-fil-A - 10 percent discounts available for military and veterans with valid ID.
Dairy Queen- Select DQ stores offer discounts for veterans and military with valid ID. Discounts can change and vary by each store
Hard Rock Cafe- 15 percent off all food, non-alcoholic beverage, and retail purchases with military ID.
Home Depot- 10% military discount on regularly priced merchandise for in-store purchases for active duty and retired. You must show a valid government-issued military ID card.
Hooters- 20 percent discount on all takeout orders for active duty, retired and military personnel. Free meals for veterans from a special menu with drink purchase at participating locations on Memorial Day.
Lowes- Offers a 10 percent military discount to those who have served or who are actively serving in the military.
McCormick and Schmick's- 10% off on Memorial Day for veterans, retired and active-duty military personal, and first responders.
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