TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Local businesses across the Tampa Bay area are offering deals and discounts this Veterans Day for veterans, retired military and active duty military.
From free food and drinks, to deals on museum admission and rides on the Pirate Water Taxi, businesses are showing their thanks to the nation’s military and its veterans in a variety of ways.
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Pirate Water Taxi is celebrating Veterans Day with free cruises for veterans on Friday with a free all-day pass. Veterans can board at Stop #7 at the Tampa Convention Center.
Proof of service must be shown and the offer is valid on a first-come, first-served basis with limited capacity.
Veteran-owned Keel Farms in Plant City will be giving thanks to active military, veterans, Reserves and National Guard with a complimentary lunch and a beverage on Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Veterans and active military members can choose any entrée on the menu, including flatbreads and sandwiches, with a glass of Keel and Curley Wine or Keel Farms Agrarian Ale or Cider.
Westfield Brandon is offering free $25 gift cards to veterans and current service members on Saturday in honor of Veterans Day.
From 7-10 p.m., veterans and activity military members can select a free gift card to The Cheesecake Factory, Bahama Breeze or P.F. Chang’s when a military ID is shown.
Gift cards are available, one per service member, while supplies last.
Starting at noon on Friday, Brandon Harley Davidson is offering free lunch to active duty, retired and veteran military personnel, as well as their families. Free hot dogs and refreshment will be served until 2 p.m.
“Salty’s” is thanking current and former military men and women by offering a free shepherds pie to those with a valid military ID.
The veteran-owned brewery is offering a free beer to fellow veterans on Saturday, starting at noon.
The St. Petersburg museum is offering free admission to veterans, active-duty military, first responders and their immediate family members throughout November, in recognition of National Veterans and Military Families Month.
The museum plans to showcase its “Flight and Illusion” installation, a series of military-themed glass art created by Trish Duggan, Imagine Museum Founder.
The Clearwater restaurant is inviting all current and former military members to enjoy a half-pound of boneless wings or a classic cheeseburger for free on Friday.
The deal counts for in-house meals only and a current or former military ID must be presented.
Caddy’s Treaure Island is offering a free burger and NÜTRL beer to veterans on Friday when proof of service is shown.
All veterans and active duty military get free admission to the Suncoast Primate Sanctuary on Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Family members who bring a donation from the sanctuary’s wish list, or fresh fruit or vegetables for the primates, will receive $5 off admission.