Several national retailers and restaurant chains are showing their appreciation for our country's service men and women this Veteran's Day.
Here's a listing of the top 10 deals that veteran's-- especially here in SoCal— may wish to take advantage of come Sunday...and even Monday, too!*
10. Little Caesars Pizza-- This chain will give out free Crazy Bread to veterans who show up on Sunday, Nov. 11.
9. 7-Eleven-- Vets can get a free small slurpee on Sunday, Nov. 11 between the hours of 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., according to TheMilitaryWallet.com.
8. Hooter's-- This chain has designed a separate website just for the occasion. They will give out 10 free boneless wings with a drink purchase to active and retired military. All participating locations can be found here.
7. Red Lobster-- If veterans are in the mood for some seafood, Red Lobster is offering them a free appetizer on Veterans Day, Sunday, Nov. 11, according to their Facebook page.
5. Chili's Restaurants-- This chain is also offering up a free meal on Nov. 11 for veterans past and present, from a select menu; however, that menu was not posted online. Find your closest location here.
4. Applebee's-- Vets and active duty military can enjoy a free 'signature entree' from a special menu just for the occasion on Sunday, Nov. 11. Find that menu, and locations, here.
3. Denny's Restaurant-- Get ready to eat. A lot. Denny's is giving active, inactive and retired military members a free all-you-can eat pancakes from 6 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 12. Find locations here.
2. California Pizza Kitchen-- Veterans and active duty military can take advantage of a free meal AND non-alcoholic drink. What's more, this deal is available to you on either Sunday, Nov. 11 or Monday, Nov. 12. You can order any pizza, pasta or salad on the regular menu. Locations here.
1. Knott's Berry Farm-- Vets and their spouses (or a guest) can get into the amusement park for free not just on Veteran's Day, but through Nov. 21. They can also buy up to 6 extra tickets for $19 each. Full details here.
*Remember, you'll need to bring along some sort of proof of military service or ID, or wear your uniform, to redeem these freebies at most locations.