Bob Evans Veterans Day Military Discount for 2023

This Veterans Day, Bob Evans will offer service members and veterans a free meal from a special menu.
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On November 11, 2023, Bob Evans restaurant chain will once again offer a special menu of seven homestyle favorites available to veterans and active duty military for FREE at their local Bob Evans Restaurant.

Service members can choose one free meal from seven special breakfast menu items. This offer is not valid with other offers, discounts or coupons and is for dine-in only. Veterans and active duty military must simply show proof of military service

In addition, Bob Evans offers a daily 10% discount for all qualifying military members and vets.

Bob Evans Veterans Day Deal

Offer Type
In Store Only

Proof of Service

Who Qualifies?
Active-Duty, Veterans


Bob Evans Restaurants offers free meals to veterans and active-duty military personnel on Veterans Day. Diners can select from 10 different breakfast items from a special menu available throughout the day.

Who Is Eligible?

Veterans and active-duty, National Guard, and reserve service members are eligible for the Bob Evans Veterans Day offer. However, military family members are not eligible for the free meal.

Bring Your Military ID

To eat for free at Bob Evans on Veterans Day, you must prove your military status with one of the following options:

  • U.S. Military ID Card(Also referred to as the CAC, Uniformed Services Identity Card, Armed Forces of the Geneva Conventions Identification Card, Uniformed Services Privilege and Identification Card, U.S. DoD Card)
  • DD Form 2 for retirees (retired members who are entitled to pay and members of the temporary and permanent disability lists)
  • DD Form 2765 (100% disabled retired veterans and Medal of Honor recipients)
  • DD Form 2 (members of Inactive National Guard and Individual Ready Reserves)
  • Veterans ID Card or VA Health Identification Card
  • Leave and Earnings statement (which should be current)
  • DD Form 214
  • Drivers License with Veterans Symbol
  • Veteran’s Organization card (VFW, American Legion, DAV, for example).
  • Photograph of you in a military uniform
  • Arriving at the restaurant in your military uniform (if your service allows this)
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