Veterans Day: Places to Get Free Things For Vets!

If you didn't know Veterans Day began in the 1900's, 1919 to be exact. This date marked the day when allies signed an agreement to end World War I hostilities. Veterans Day is always marked on the calendar as November 11; but many communities observe the holiday on the surrounding dates as well. 

Veterans Day is set aside in the calendar to honor those who served honorably in the military, whether in war or at peace. So, if you are a veteran we want to say Thank You for Your Service. 

We also want you to ball on a budget with all these freebies that stores are giving to veterans TODAY! 

Head Over to: 

Bed, Bath & BeyondGet 25 percent off your entire purchase through Monday, Nov. 12 in-store only for veterans, active-duty personnel, and military spouses.

TargetSave 10 percent at Target stores or now through Nov. 12 with verification. Some exclusions apply and online verification is required through SheerID.

Big LotsGet an 11 percent in-store discount on Monday.

Fresh Market:  Get 10 percent off all purchases on Monday.

ChampionSave 20 percent on most online purchases after verifying military service at

Foot LockerSave 20 percent on most online purchases after verifying military service on

Home DepotActive-duty military, National Guard and reserve, retiree, and disabled service members and their spouses, get a 10 percent everyday discount.

NikeActive, veteran, retired and reservists, spouses and dependents of active personnel get a 10 percent military discount at as well as in Nike, Converse, and Hurley stores. To get the discount online, verification of eligibility is required. You'll need a military ID to get in-store savings too.

SearsFor a limited time, Sears is offering a military discount for active military and veterans of 20 percent off regular-priced merchandise and 5 percent off sale prices for tools and Lawn & Garden merchandise.

These discounts can not even compare to the endurance needed to be a veteran but we hope these things show a small token of our appreciation. 

Photos @ Getty Images. 

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