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Red Robin serves free burger and fries for veterans — sign up by Nov. 1

One of the biggest days of the year for FREE food is just around the corner — Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

As usual, veterans and military personnel can expect several deals, discounts and, most importantly, lots of FREE food to honor and celebrate the day. Red Robin is one of the first to announce its Veterans Day promo, but you have to act early in order to enjoy the complimentary burger.

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Veterans and active-duty military can stop by Red Robin for a FREE Tavern Double Burger and Bottomless Steak Fries — just be sure to follow the instructions below to redeem the offer.

This year, like last year, you have to be a member of the restaurant’s customer loyalty program, Red Robin Royalty. 

Qualifying members can redeem their FREE Red’s Tavern Double Burger with bottomless steak fries from Nov. 1 to 14. The one-time offer is available for dine-in or to-go. 

If you’re already a member and have noted your military status on your account, there’s nothing else you need to do. The offer will automatically be loaded to your account. 

If you’re an existing loyalty member and have not confirmed your military status, update your account by Nov. 1. Check “yes” to the question “Are you associated with the military?”

If you’re not a loyalty member, it’s FREE and simple to join. And, when you register your account with military status before Nov. 1, the Veterans Day reward will be added to your account. To join, click here. To get more details about the offer, click here.

This is a great deal. (Love those fries.) Pass it on to your veteran/military friends!

Before you head out, double-check to be sure Wichita’s Red Robin, located at The Waterfront, 9990 E. 13th Street, is participating again this year.

Thank you for your service!

See the full list of Veterans Day freebies and deals.

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The post, Red Robin Veterans Day free burger, was originally published at Living on the Cheap. Adapted here by permission.

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