Here Are All of the Places You Can Score FREE STUFF on Election Day
While we’re obviously excited about exercising our democratic right to vote tomorrow (even getting time off to do so) and are more than just a little giddy to find out who will be the next President of the United States, there’s another reason to be thrilled about tomorrow: FREE STUFF! That’s right — plenty of places are celebrating Election Day, as well as rewarding those who dutifully vote by handing out all kinds of free stuff. Find out who’s feeling generous (and what you can snag) below.
&pizza: You can score a free drink on Election Day.
7-Eleven: Use the 7-Eleven mobile app to redeem a free coffee at participating locations.
Bananas Smoothies & Frozen Yogurt: Grab an election-inspired smoothie for just 45 cents to celebrate the 45th President of the US.
Bertucci’s: Enjoy a free cannoli with purchase of an entrée.
Bob Evans: Get 30 percent off your entire order after 2pm with this coupon.
BurgerFi: Showing off your “I Voted” sticker will get you a discounted $5 Conflicted Burger at participating locations.
California Tortilla: Get an order of free chips & queso when you tell your server, “Make queso great again,” “I’m with queso” or “I vote for queso.”
Chuck E. Cheese’s: Grab yourself (and your fam?) free personal pepperoni pizzas with the purchase of any other pizza. You just need to tell them that you voted or use coupon code #5253.
Duffy’s Sports Grill: This Florida chain will be giving out free red velvet doughnuts to anyone slaying a “I Voted” sticker.
East Coast Wings & Grill: Each election day entrée will be served with a free order of five honey barbecue chicken wings.
Firehouse Subs: Your “I Voted” sticker will get you a free drink from Firehouse Subs.
Gold’s Gym: Show your “I Voted” sticker to earn free access to Gold’s Gym on Election Day.
Great American Cookies: Certainly great, this company wants to reward Americans by giving a free regular cookie to anyone with an “I Voted” sticker.
Hot Dog on a Stick: The hot dog chain is currently running a Facebook poll that asks, “What turkey are you voting for?” Choose your candidate to receive a coupon for a free turkey dog.
Krispy Kreme: Nab a free Krispy Kreme doughnut at participating locations by showing staff your “I Voted” sticker.
Lyft: Lyft is offering customers in certain cities 45 percent off rides to their polling place, although be sure to note that return trips are full price.
Nando’s Peri-Peri: “It’s time to pick a side,” says Nando’s Peri-Peri, adding, that you can come in with “any lame sticker” and choose one free side with the purchase of an entrée.
Nestle Toll House Cafe by Chip: Here, your “I Voted” sticker will earn you one free chocolate chip cookie.
Noodles and Company: If you’re up for voting for your favorite mac and cheese on Noodles and Company’s website, you’ll get yourself a “Buy One, Get One” coupon for your efforts.
Schlotzsky’s: You can earn yourself another “Buy One, Get One Free” coupon for mac and cheese at Schlotsky’s.
Tijuana Flats: A free small side will be offered to anyone with an “I Voted” sticker at Tijuana Flats.
Toppers Pizza: Get one large two-topping pizza or a Triple Original Topperstix for $5.99 with your carry-out order on election day.
Uber: First time Uber riders can use the code “VOTE TODAY” to get $20 off their first ride, and they’ll even help you find your polling place if needed.
White Castle: When ordering a Crave Case online, use the promo code “USA” to get a free GALLON of iced tea (or nab a coupon for in-store purchases).
World of Beer: Get your first election day beer for just $1.
YMCA: YMCA is offering free childcare to parents while they go to vote.
Zipcar: The car rental company is offering up more than 7,000 free cars to those who make reservations after November 3, which can be used on Election Day to get to your polling station any time between 6pm and 10pm.
Do you know of any other places offering free treats for election day? Tweet us @BritandCo!