To access Veteran’s Day deals:
- Proof of Military Service. Most companies require some form of military ID or wearing a military uniform.
- Participation. Always call ahead to verify locations, times, and participation. Many of the listed companies are franchises and may have different policies. We will do our best to keep this page updated as we find new information.
AARP. Get 20% off your AARP membership dues; a portion of your dues will be used to help provide RealPad™ computer tablets to veterans to help them stay connected.
Busch Gardens. FREE admission plus free admission for up to 3 family members. Formerly known as Anheuser-Busch’s Here’s to the Heroes, this program allows current military members as well as up to 3 direct family members a free one day admission to one of their theme parks. Visit website for details.
Colonial Williamsburg. Free admission. Active duty military, reservists, retirees, veterans, and their direct dependents receive free Colonial Williamsburg admission for the entire Veterans Day weekend—November 7–11, 2014.
Dollar General. Get 11% discount with ID on Veteran’s Day.
Great Clips. FREE haircut. If you don’t need a haircut, stop by and pick up a card good for a free haircut through Dec. 31, 2014.
Home Depot. Home Depot is branching their military discount out to include all veterans for Veterans Day. Veterans can save 10% off any purchase.
JC Penney’s. Get 20% off November 3-15 with military ID.
Lowe’s. 10% discount to military with ID.
National Parks. FREE admission.
FREE car wash. Various locations thanks to Grace for Vets.
Sports Clips. FREE haircuts. Customers who come in for a haircut at any U.S. Great Clips salon will receive a free haircut card to give to an active/inactive/retired military member of any branch, including the National Guard. Military members can also come in on Veterans Day for a free haircut or to pick up a free haircut card to use, with proof of service, any day before Dec. 31, 2014.