Businesses are thanking American voters for doing their civic duty today with freebies for everything from donuts to gym workouts to pizzas and more.
Around the country, restaurants are offering freebies like subs, sodas, and cookies, while others are offering discounts. Some are even offering free rides to vote or childcare while parents go to cast their votes. While many require voters to show their “I Voted” sticker, others just ask people to say they voted.
Here are some of the discounts and freebies that businesses are offering for people who voted today, according to NBC Washington.
Get out and vote and then enjoy some freebies or discounts.... https://t.co/Q7BP9APLdm— Margie Ellisor (@tvmargie) November 8, 2016
Any customer wearing their “I Voted” sticker will receive one free doughnut on Tuesday.
Customers can get a free medium drink when they show your “I Voted” sticker on Election Day.
TODAY - FREE drink @FirehouseSubs with your I Voted sticker.— Eat For Free (@AustinFreebies) November 8, 2016
Customers can get free small order chips and queso with any purchase at California Tortilla on Election Day if they say one of these three passwords: “I’m with queso,” “Make queso great again,” or “I vote for queso.”
Diners can get 30 percent off of their entire order with this coupon.
Great American Cookies
Customers who show their “I Voted” sticker can get a free regular cookie at participating locations.
Happy Election Day! Of all the freebies for showing your "I Voted" sticker, which is your favorite?— USC Beaufort (@UofSCBeaufort) November 8, 2016
Customers with the 7-Eleven app can grab a free cup of coffee today.
Voters can ask for a craft soda to get a free drink on Election Day.
Customers who have never used Uber before can use the promotional code “VOTETODAY” to get $20 off their first ride today.
Zipcars will be free between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. today to help voters get to the polls. They caution to be sure to reserve your ride first, since the service is likely to be in high demand.
who got me with the freebies cause i voted today? tryna hit em all and get some goodies.— v the villain (@uhitsveronica) November 8, 2016
There are even more freebies and deals to be found for voters, reports the Orlando Sentinel.
BurgerFi: Customers can get a $5 Conflicted Burger at BurgerFi on Tuesday when they show their “I Voted” sticker.
Duffy’s Sports Grill: Voters can get a free red velvet mini donut with a meal purchase today by showing their “I Voted” sticker or saying they voted. There is a limit of one per table.
Gold’s Gym: Voters can exercise for free on Election Day by showing their “I Voted” sticker or a valid voter ID card.
Miller’s Ale House: Customers who wear their “I Voted” sticker on Election Day get $5 off their bill.
World of Beer: Voters can get their first beer for $1 on Election Day.
P.F. Chang’s will give voters 20 percent off a take-out order with the coupon code VOTE20, Fox2Now reports.
Time has found a few more freebies for voters, as well.
Bertucci’s: Voters can get a free cannoli with the purchase of an entree on Election Day.
Chuck E Cheese: Customers can receive a free personal pepperoni pizza by using coupon code #5253 or telling the cashier they voted today.
Show your "I Voted" sticker for freebies today.— M. (@moanaleeee) November 8, 2016
Free coffee at 7-11 ☕️
Free person pizza at Chuck E Cheese ????
Free Krispy Kreme donut ????
East Coast Wings & Grill: Voters can get five free chicken wings with the order an adult entree on Election Day.
Nestle Toll House Cafe: Voters who wear their “I Voted” sticker today can get a free chocolate chip cookie.
YMCA: Voters can get free childcare while they go to vote at participating locations. Note that some locations are accepting donations or charging a fee.
There are many more local businesses around the country that are offering freebies and deals for voters today, so check your favorite nearby businesses for more.
Be sure to check with each business for details about their deals and freebies, since restrictions may apply and they may not be offered in all locations.
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