Applebee’s Thanks Veterans with Free Meals on Veteran’s Day

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Veteran’s Day is Wednesday, November 11, and for the eighth straight year, Applebee’s, the nation’s leading casual dining chain, will honor those who served our country by hosting them for free meals at more than 2,000 of Applebee’s locations nationwide.

Applebees1This Veterans Day, Applebee’s expects to serve more than one million free meals to veterans and active-duty military personnel, adding to its total of 8.5 million meals served since launching in 2007. Veterans along, with those who wish to say thank you, can keep an eye on the Applebee’s social channels in early November, where the brand will highlight local organizations serving Veterans and their families every day.

This year veterans and active duty military can choose a dish from the Thank You Meal Menu including Applebee’s signature and favorite items:

  • 7 oApplebees2z. House Sirloin
  • American Standard All-In Burger
  • Double Crunch Shrimp
  • Three-Cheese Chicken Penne
  • Fiesta Lime Chicken®
  • Chicken Tenders Platter
  • Oriental Chicken Salad

Applebee’s Veteran’s Day Free Meal Terms & Conditions

Guests will need to provide proof of service, which includes: U.S. Uniform Services Identification Card, U.S. Uniform Services Retired Identification Card, Current Leave and Earnings Statement, Veterans Organization Card, photograph in uniform or wearing uniform, DD214, Citation or Commendation.

Offer is valid for dine-in only. Traditional sides are included with free entrees; 2 for $20 appetizers, upgraded side items or extras, beverages, desserts and gratuity are not included. Applebee’s Thank You Meals will be offered during normal business hours on Tuesday, Nov. 11. Hours vary by location, so Guests should call their local Applebee’s restaurant in advance to inquire about specific location hours. Applebee’s encourages Guests to call their local Applebee’s or visit applebees.com for more information

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