Applebee’s Veterans Day 2016 Menu Specials & Freebies

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It’s Veterans Day and there are so many restaurants that are offering up free meals to vets who have served their country in addition to active military members. This year, Applebee’s is, again, participating in the holiday. While beverages and gratuity are not included, there is a special menu available for free items, which you can check out below.

Applebee's, Applebee's Veterans Day 2016, Applebee's Veterans Day Menu, Applebee's Near Me


Menu items that are featured as free items for Veterans include the American Standard All-In Burger, Butcher’s Meat & Potatoes, Three-Cheese Chicken Cavatappi, Fiesta Lime Chicken, Chicken Tenders Platter, Double Crunch Shrimp and the Oriental Chicken Salad.

Applebee’s also has a 2 for $20.00 option going on with 1 appetizer and 2 entrees for $20.00.

In order to find a location near you, you can check on the Applebee’s website by clicking here. And, for all the regular menu items and prices, click here.

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Al Kent

As a Vietnam veteran I fought for this country’s freedoms. America on the way to be great again in chaos, violence, death, trauma, war & civil war, great in poverty, divisiveness, fear, suppression like that seen in dictatorships such as Russia. What do you have to lose but your country, your peace & harmony, your financial security, your business success, your family, marriage & your love of living. For some they yearn for a patriotism of hate, prejudice, reactionary & increasing violence of strom-troopers killing Americans & others . Ya feeling lucky, are you???


As a Vietnam Veteran whose three brothers and father who also served, thank everyone who ever served our country in the military. And..Thank God for PRESIDENT ELECT DONALD TRUMP. He will MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.

Kate Woods

I suppose Trump might create some patriotic good feelings for you, but please remember my comment here when I am dead, since without the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) I am “uninsurable” with my serious illnesses, and qualify for no other insurance or program. This is “forced euthanasia”, but can’t be considered euthanasia since I will suffer for weeks or months without care or medications before death releases me. I don’t consider what is coming a “good death” since it is neither kind nor humane. I suppose you can carry on with your imaginations since you don’t know me and won’t care or come to grips that the stroke of a pen signing a repeal is a death warrant for me and other Americans.

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