IHOP 2022 Military Discount and Veterans Day Offer

IHOP offers military members a military discount at most locations. They are also offering military members and Veterans a free Red, White and Blue Pancake promotion on Veterans Day.
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If you are a military member or veteran, you can take advantage of special Veterans Day discounts and services.

On Nov. 11, retailers and restaurants across the U.S. offer promotions to veterans to honor their service. You can enjoy a free breakfast at IHOP if you’ve ever served in the military.

IHOP’s Veterans Day promotion is only available at participating locations, so double-check with your local restaurant before you go.

2022 Veterans Day Discount

Participating IHOP restaurants offer all veteran and active-duty service members a stack of red, white and blueberry pancakes on Nov. 11. IHOP’s red, white and blueberry stack consists of three buttermilk pancakes topped with glazed strawberries, blueberry compote and whipped topping.

Note: Not all locations participate in Veterans Day promotions. Please call ahead to verify.

The discount offer may vary by location. Some restaurants may offer a free breakfast combo. Call your local IHOP restaurant to confirm what offer they offer before you make a visit.

When Veterans Can Get Their Meal

IHOP’s Veterans Day deal is available on Nov. 11, 2022 at participating locations.

You can order from IHOP’s Veterans Day special menu any time between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Veterans Day.

Who’s Eligible for IHOP’s Veterans Day Deal?

All retired and active-duty military personnel are eligible for one IHOP’s Veterans Day meal. Any family or friends who go to IHOP with you must pay full price for any menu items they order.

As long as you bring in proof of service and your IHOP location is participating in the offer, you should be able to enjoy a stack of pancakes on the house.

But depending on where you go, pancakes may not be the only free meal available to you.

What You Need to Take with You

IHOP is one of many companies that offer military discounts.

Taking advantage of IHOP’s Veterans Day special offer is as easy as showing proof of military service.

IHOP locations accept the following documentation as proof of military service:

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How IHOP Gives Back

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In addition to its Veterans Day promotion, IHOP also hosts a one-day benefit called National Pancake Day to raise funds for critically-ill children, donating proceeds to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Shriners Hospital for Children and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Founded in 1958 and headquartered in Glendale, California, in 2015, IHOP has more than 1,650 restaurants across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico and elsewhere internationally.

You can locate your closest IHOP restaurant here.

More Veterans Day Discounts

If you’re not craving breakfast food, you can find a long list of other companies offering special Veterans Day discounts, events and attractions.

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  1. Wofford P. Satterfield says

    My husband and I went to the IHop on Woodruff Rd. in Greenville on Veteran’s Day. We ordered our meal and my husband showed them his veteran’s ID and the waitress told him he would be taken care of. He ordered the combo and when she brought the bill back, she told him that she had keyed it in as the “rise and shine” breakfast and it wouldn’t work so my husband did not get his free combo “breakfast”. He was hurt and dissappointed. This was not right! We did not argue with her but the more we think about it, the more it bothers us.

  2. John Mendoza says

    I would like to know why location of IHOP at 174th St. Is only offering me pancakes and not the breakfast special when it sez all IHops.

  3. Roland McDonald says

    In one place the Veterans Day meal is stated to be “… current and former military members on Nov. 12, 2019, from 7 am – 7 pm.”

    Later the Veterans Day meal is stated to be “IHOP’s Veterans Day deal will be available on November 11 at participating locations. You can order from IHOP’s Veterans Day special menu any time between 7 am and 7 pm on Veterans Day.”

    Which date is correct?

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