Shoney’s 2023 Veterans Day Military Discount

Shoney's offers an ongoing 15% discount to military members and may also offer a free meal on Veterans Day.
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Shoney’s is a popular a diner chain with locations throughout the Southeast that offers an ongoing 15% military discount offer that also includes first responders such as police, firefighters and emergency medical technicians can also use the discount.

Although the chain is smaller than in previous decades, the current string of Shoney’s restaurants draws travelers alongside busy Interstates connecting Maryland, Ohio, Texas and Florida.

For 2023, Shoney’s will offer a free breakfast for veterans from its fresh food bar until 11 a.m. on Nov. 11.

Shoney's Veterans Day Deal

Offer Type
Participating Locations

Valid Military ID, Proof of Service

Who Qualifies?
Active-Duty, Veterans, Reservists


Veterans and active-duty military members can start their day with a free breakfast until 11 a.m. on November 11 at participating Shoney's restaurants, just show proof of service and dine in.

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How to Claim Your Military Discount at Shoney’s

Bring your valid military identification or current military ID with you to receive a 15% military discount at Shoney’s.

Service members and veterans can prove their status with several kinds of documentation, including:

Other forms of veteran or armed services identification may also work, such as a state-issued drivers license or ID card with a Veterans stamp or membership cards from veterans service organizations, such as Veterans of Foreign Wars or the American Legion.

Other first responders may also be eligible. Check with your local Shoney’s for more information.

Veterans Day Free Meals, Events and More.

This Veterans Day, active duty military members as well as veterans have a lot of options for free or discounted food at some of our nation’s leading restaurants. If you’re looking to do more than dine out this Veterans Day, you can find tons of attractions and events in your area, as well as Veterans Day retail discounts.

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