More deals for Veterans Day

I posted a bunch of Veterans Day deals designed to  honor veterans and retired or active duty military for their service, but there are so many more — I decided to create another post. Most of these deals are for vets and military only, others are open to all.

For veterans and military

BLT Steak: Any veteran or member of active military who visits BLT Steak on Monday will receive a 50 percent discount for parties of two or less or a 25 percent discount for parties of three or more off of the total check.

Buckhead Pizza Co.: Get 20 percent off food all day Sunday with valid military ID.

Cowlicks Yogurt & Floats: Buy one get one free yogurt and floats of equal or lesser value on Sunday with valid military ID.

Denny’s Restaurants: Free all you can eat pancakes to active, inactive and retired military personnel from 6 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Monday with a valid military ID card (beverage not included).

Mr. Clean Car Wash: On Sunday, all past and present military service members receive a free Bronze Exterior Wash and veterans will receive a coupon good for $5 off a Signature Shine on their next visit.

Shula’s 347 Grill: Get 20 percent off food all day Sunday with valid military ID.

Veterans Ticket Foundation: This isn’t just for Veterans day, but its a cool deal. Members of the U.S. military and their families can get lifetime access to free tickets for events ranging from cooking classes to the Super Bowl by signing up. Don’t let these donated tickets go unclaimed!

For Everyone

Belk: Belk and Haggar have teamed up to help Purple Heart Service Foundation gather gently used clothing for resale to benefit veterans and their families in need. Belk customers who donate pants will be able to purchase any new Haggar® casual or dress pant for just $24.99.

Bob Evans Restaurant: From Nov. 11 through Dec. 11, Bob Evans in partnership with the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) will donate $0.20 cents for each slice and $0.60 cents for each whole Pumpkin and Pumpkin Supreme Pie sold through dine-in and carry-out. Proceeds from the promotion (up to $25,000) will go toward urgently needed VFW programs that directly assist U.S. military service personnel and their families.

Heinz Ketchup: When you’re out dining, scan the QR code on the back of Heinz Ketchup bottles in restaurant to send a thank you to a veteran or active duty service member. The company donates $1 to Wounded Warrior Project.

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– Nedra Rhone, for the Atlanta Bargain Hunter blog

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