Lots of places offering freebies for veterans this weekend

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(WTVY) — There are a host of offerings on Friday, Saturday and into Monday to honor those who have served or are serving in the armed forces. In most cases you will need military ID to take advantage of the offer and always check with your favorite location to ensure participation.

Applebee’s - Applebee’s will offer veterans and active duty U.S. military with a free meal on Nov. 11 from its select menu. Proof of military ID required.

Buffalo Wild Wings - Active duty and retired service members can receive a free order of traditional or boneless wings with a side of fries on Nov. 11.

Chicken Salad Chick - All veterans receive a free Chick Meal and Drink on Nov. 11.

Chuck E. Cheese - Veterans can receive one free personal 1-topping pizza on Nov. 11 with military ID.

Cicis Pizza - Veterans get a free pizza buffet on Veterans Day with military ID.

Cracker Barrel - Cracker Barrell will offer veterans a complimentary piece of Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola Cake for dessert on Veterans Day. Between Oct. 30 – Nov. 11, Cracker Barrel will donate 20 percent of proceeds from online and in-store purchases of Lodge cookware to Operation Homefront.

Denny's - On Friday, Nov. 10, in observance of Veterans Day, participating Denny’s locations nationwide will offer a complimentary Build Your Own Grand Slam to service members. The offer is valid from 5 a.m. to noon with a valid military ID.

Dickey's Pit Barbecue - Active duty and veterans will receive a free classic sandwich, side and Big Yellow Cub with military ID or in uniform. Good for Nov. 11 only.

Dunkin' Donuts - Dunkin Donuts will give veterans one free donut on Nov. 11. Limit one per guest while supplies last.

Golden Corral - Any former or active military members can receive a free dinner at Golden Corral on Monday, Nov. 13 from 5-9 p.m. Note: This even is Monday - not Saturday.

IHOP - All active duty and retired veterans are invited to enjoy free Red, White and Blue pancakes on Friday, Nov. 10. Military ID or proof of service required.

Krispy Kreme - All veterans and active military personnel will receive a free doughnut and small coffee on Nov. 11.

Krystals - All veterans and active duty military can receive a free sausage biscuit during breakfast hours.

Little Caesars - Veterans and military personnel can receive a free $5 Hot-N-Ready lunch combo on Veterans Day.

Logan's Roadhouse - All former and active-duty military members can choose one of eight meals for free at Logan’s Roadhouse on Nov. 11 from 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

O'Charleys - O’Charley’s is offering all military service members and veterans a free meal off its $9.99 menu. Offer is good throughout the day with military ID.

Olive Garden - All veterans and active duty military personnel eat free at Olive Garden on Nov. 11.

Outback Steakhouse - Veterans can receive a free Bloomin’ Onion and beverage on Nov. 11 with valid military ID.

Red Lobster - Red Lobster is offering a free appetizer or dessert on Nov. 11 to all veterans, active duty military and reservices. Guests only need to show a valid military ID or proof of service to redeem this offer.

Ruby Tuesday - All veterans, reserve service members and active duty military personnel can receive a free appetizer at Ruby Tuesday on Nov. 11.

Shoney's - All veterans and active duty military with valid ID will receive a free all-your-care-to-eat breakfast bar from 6-11 a.m. on Veterans Day.

Texas Roadhouse - Texas Roadhouse is offering all active, retired or former U.S. military the choice of a free entrée from a list of 10 special meals during lunch on Veterans Day. The offer is good Nov. 11 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

TGI Fridays - Guest with military ID can receive a free lunch item up to $12 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Veterans Day. Guests will also receive a $5 coupon for their next meal.

Zoe's Kitchen - Zoës Kitchen is offering a free entree to all veterans and active members of the military. To get their free entrée, veterans and active military members must present their military ID at checkout.

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