Most are on Veteran's Day only - some for the weekend or a couple days. Call ahead and see what's offered, and, of course, have your ID ready. Here's an unofficial list I got today of merchants offering various deals for Vets: Bar Louie BJs Restaurant and Brewhouse Champps Americana Chili’s Denny’s Fox & Hound and Bailey’s Sports Bar Golden Corral Famous Dave’s Hooters Krispy Kreme Little Caesars McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants Outback Steakhouse Sizzler Restaurants Spaghetti Warehouse Subway Texas Roadhouse T.G.I. Friday’s The Olive Garden Twin Peaks Uno Chicago Grill Anheuser-Busch Parks Colonial Williamsburg Fee Free Day at National Parks Historic Jamestowne Knotts Berry Farm Pro Football Hall of Fame San Jacinto Monument and Museum (La Porte, TX) Big Lots Cabela’s Dollar General Jos. A. Bank Specials K-Mart Netflix Seven-Eleven – Free Slurpee (which would be even cooler at Hooters) Sports Authority Sport Clips Free Hugo® Canes at Sam’s Club On the flip-side, last Veteran's day, an unscrupulous mattress saleswoman spent 90 minutes verbally misrepresenting her company's 100-day satisfaction guarantee (which never made it onto the sales contract). Not crying here. Managment eventually overrode her dishonesty after WEEKS of escalating phone calls. So "why would I buy a mattress anywhere else?" Because Orenco Sleep Country USA is dead to me. Read everything and be careful about what some people might tell you just to make a sale.