Summertime is a busy time.
As you buzz around this summer, whether it be whittling down the to-do list or heading to a baseball game, it's easy to get tied up or even just lose track of time. Those are often some of the best nights to take the family out to dinner rather than scramble to whip up something at the last minute.
You can even ease the burden on your budget by patronizing restaurants that grant a military discount. Here's a look at more than a dozen restaurant discounts to consider the summer:
Hop on in for impromptu family visit and enjoy a 10 percent discount with valid military ID.
Enjoy watching your summer sporting events with 10 percent discount and a valid military ID.
Get your Mexican food fix with a whopping 50 percent discount to anyone in uniform. This includes military, police and fire personnel. Only guaranteed at corporate locations.
For some great American food, get a 25% discount when in uniform.
Save 20 percent on your total bill of burgers and cheese fries when you show your military ID.
After spending the day getting toasty in the sun, show your military ID to get a 15 percent discount on everything except alcohol and charity merchandise.
For a more adults-only good time, save 10 percent with your military ID.
Embrace summer cuisine and get a 10 percent discount with your military ID.
Dine on some prime meat with a 10 percent military discount by presenting your military ID.
After a day in the garden, get a free Bloomin' Onion with valid military ID.
Feel a little fancy, even with 10 percent off your meal with valid military ID.
Get your morning started right with 15 percent off for all service men and women with ID.
Get pumped for the weekend with a 10 percent discount after showing valid military ID.
*Check with your local franchises for discount specifics as they often vary by store.
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