McDonald’s Celebrating Veteran’s Day Offering Free Meals To Veterans

by Thad Mitchell
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McDonald’s restaurants across Ohio are serving up some tasty treats to honor their men and women who serve the country.

The fast-food chain giant says they are offering free meals to servicemen and women this upcoming Veterans Day. The special day to honor military personnel is Wednesday, November 11.

Fox 19 reports the restaurant will give either a free breakfast, lunch, or dinner meal to veterans who show a valid ID. Restaurant officials say military veterans will have several options for their free food since they can choose a combination.

The free breakfast options include an Egg McMuffin, Chicken McGriddles, or a Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit. Additionally, Each item comes with a soft drink of any size, tea, or hot coffee, and a hash brown.

Lunch and dinner meals include a double cheeseburger, six-piece Chicken McNuggets, or Filet-O-Fish. Additionally, All options will come with any size soft drink, tea or hot coffee, and an order of small fries.

Each meal will be available at via drive-thru or carry out at participating McDonald’s restaurants across Ohio.

McDonald’s doesn’t plan on stopping there with their Veterans Day plans. As a result, Civilians will also have the chance to participate in a challenge to support local veterans and win prizes.

McDonald’s customers will receive a complimentary American flag sticker decal with each order on Veterans Day. Customers can post an image of the sticker with the hashtag “McDSupportsVeterans” to be entered into a contest for a $100 Arch Card gift card and a $1,000 donation to the local veteran organization of their choice.

McDonald’s Bringing Back Popular Sandwich

Though it won’t be on the Veterans Day Menu, McDonald’s made waves last week by announcing it is bring back the McRib. Furthermore, the restaurant tweets the polarizing sandwich will return as a full menu item starting on December 2.

it is the first time in eight years that the McRib is being brought back nationwide.

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