Red Lobster Veterans Day Military Discount – 2022

Red Lobster offers a 10% military discount on Military Mondays. On Veterans Day, they offer current and former military members a free appetizer or dessert from a special menu.
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Where do you plan to dine out this Veterans Day? If you’re in the mood for some mouthwatering seafood and are wondering whether the lobster restaurateur will be offering any promotions, you’re in luck.

This Veterans Day, Red Lobster will be offering a free Walt’s favorite shrimp, fries and coleslaw to veterans, active military personnel and reservists.

Red Lobster rejoins the ranks of restaurants offering Veterans Day discounts this year as a way of expressing gratitude to our service members.

While most locations will be participating, you should call ahead to make sure your local Red Lobster is one of them. You’ll additionally want to make sure you have the right identification, date, and time to enjoy your meal.

Red Lobster’s Veterans Day offer, is only available at select participating Red Lobster locations in the United States. Check all of Red Lobster’s locations here.

What You Need to Take With You

The discount requires you to show a valid military ID that proves you are a member of the Department of Defense or armed forces. It must be issued by the United States Department of Defense. The primary type of military ID (for active-duty members) is the Common Access Card (CAC).

Here are a few commonly accepted proofs of military service:

Wearing your uniform is another easy way to identify yourself as a service member (if your service permits). Not all restaurants will accept a uniform on its own as proof of identification, so call ahead to double-check.

Red Lobster’s Veterans Day Deal – 2022

Red Lobster’s Veterans Day deal is a free order of Walt’s favorite shrimp and sides to all veterans, active military personnel and reservists on Nov. 11. Your meal features six hand-breaded butterflied shrimp served with cocktail sauce, fries and coleslaw. You cannot make any substitutions or modifications to your order.

You can dine-in or place your to-go order in the restaurant between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

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Enjoy Your Veterans Day Discounts

Red Lobster’s free meal is not the only deal available to you. In addition to dining out, you can benefit from a number of Veterans Day retail deals, as well as discounts on attractions and events.

You can also check out our military discounts page to stay in the loop on all the deals available to you for the rest of the year. These lists are updated regularly as businesses release more information about their discounts.

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