Current and former members of the nation’s armed services can receive lodging discounts at Kentucky State Parks with the “USA Military Discount” program from November 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018.
Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, at 3660 W. Jonathan Moore Pike in Columbus, Iindiana, is offering a free combo meal coupon to all veterans with a Veteran ID Card and active duty servicemembers with appropriate military ID though November 30, 2018.
O'Charley's is offering veterans and active duty servicemembers a free "$9.99er" meals. Veterans also will receive a $5 off $20 purchase voucher for another visit before November 30, 2018. Veterans must show Veteran ID Card and active duty servicemembers must present military ID.
Eat’n Park is continue to offer 10% discount for the entire month of November 2018. Veterans must present Veteran ID Card.
The state of Alabama is now offering veterans free admission to any of its state parks.
A news release says the Parks for Patriots program began Wednesday. It provides veterans with free admission to any state park facility that charges, including the Gulf State Park fishing pier and boat ramps.
State Parks Director Greg Lein says the system has provided free admission to veterans on Veterans Day for years. He says expanding that access year-round is a way to say thanks to people who have made freedom possible.
Veterans can ask about Parks for Patriots at any park. Veterans have to show Veteran ID Card or a retired military ID card to use the offer.