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For the 10th year in a row, Great Clips is again showing its appreciation for active and retired military service members by offering free haircuts on Veterans Day.
On Friday, Nov. 11, veterans and active military service members can visit any Great Clips salon in the U.S. and get a free haircut or a voucher for a free haircut to use at another time.
Non-veteran customers getting a haircut at a Great Clips salon on Veterans Day will also receive a free haircut voucher to give to a military service member or veteran. The cards can be redeemed for a free haircut from Nov. 12-Dec. 9, 2022.
Numerous other businesses are also offering up discounts or free things to veterans.
If you’re looking for some free eats, Applebee’s, Chili’s and TGIFridays will be offering all veterans and active-duty military members a free meal on Nov. 11. A TGIFridays representative tells Don’t Waste Your Money the deal is good from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. local time at participating locations.
Other deals include at Krispy Kreme, which will be offering veterans a free doughnut of choice and small brewed coffee (hot or iced) on Nov. 11, while a Chuck E. Cheese representative tells Don’t Waste Your Money that they’re offering a free personal one-topping pizza for any active duty, national guard, retired service member or veteran with valid Military ID or proof of military service with promo code #5970.
Want a discount on your shopping? Target will be offering a military discount both in stores and online on two purchases. All military personnel, veterans and their families will receive a 10% discount by visiting Target’s website to register.
Year-round deals for veterans can be found at Outback Steakhouse, which offers a 10% discount to veterans every day, and Bonefish Grill, which offers 10% for all service members, veterans and first responders.
Are you a veteran or know someone who is? If so, take advantage of these offers designed to show appreciation for your service.