Morning Deals

  • Starbucks: Free coffee for voting
  • Kripsy Kreme: Free star-shaped donut with red, white, and blue sprinkles for voting
  • Woot: Icemat Siberia In Ear Headset – 2 Pack for $19.99
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  • macys: Lacoste Men’s Super Dry Stripe Polo Shirt (large sizes) for $30 + $10 s&h
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  • New York & Company: $10 off $20 and More w/ coupon code: 3632
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  • Taylor Made: 67% OFF the Taylor Made Golf Store w/ coupon code: TM8845T

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  • Office Depot: Toshiba Satellite 17-inch Widescreen Dual Core Notebook PC $600 & Free Shipping
  • Pfaltzgraff: Save up to 50% off Cutlery + Dinnerware Discounts
  • REI Outlet: Victorinox Trek Computer Messenger Bag $45

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  1. JohnDeere says:

    you dont have to vote to get the coffee or doughnut. its against the law to add that stipulation. they changed it to free for everyone. unfortunatly they didnt tell the franchises.

    • Ben Popken says:

      @JohnDeere: Good news for all those people who hate participating in democracy.

    • Rectilinear Propagation says:

      @JohnDeere: How’d you even prove that you voted? Are those stickers that closely guarded? I wonder if they were expecting people to show something or just say, “Yes, I voted”.

      • ThatShortGuy says:

        @Rectilinear Propagation: From my understanding of when I first read of this promotion (early yesterday morning), that was pretty much it. Walk in, say ‘yep, I voted’ and enjoy your hot liquified beans.

        That said, this is one time where I’ll be taking advantage of the Starbucks that is only a three-minute from the Starbucks that’s a five-minute drive from my home.

      • JohnDeere says:

        @Rectilinear Propagation: well the guy asked me and i said not till tonight. stupid me lol. he gave me a free small to get me outa the store i think. i wouldnt have even went if i hadnt heard on national public radio (npr)that they had changed it to coincide with the law. worst cup of coffee ever by the way.

      • res ipsa pasta says:

        @Rectilinear Propagation: All of the under-12 kids who accompanied their parents to my polling place today were exiting with their very own stickers. So I’d say, no those stickers aren’t too closely guarded.

  2. Suttin says:

    oh hell yes, I’m so getting my doughnut after I vote

    Woo democracy

  3. little stripes says:

    Do they still have Krispy Kremes in Arizona? I’m not sure. I’ll def get a coffee after I vote … I have a long party ahead of me!

  4. B says:

    No Krispy Kremes or Starbucks near me, I guess all I get for voting is the feeling that I’m participating in democracy.

  5. IndyJaws says:

    The line at Starbucks was longer than the polling place line!

  6. madamdalriada says:

    FogDog deal is over.

  7. Canino says:

    Two different national chains, two different marketing departments, and no one in either one knew it’s illegal to offer any incentive to vote? Is everyone working there from another country? I think I learned that in 7th grade. Cripes, what a failure today’s “citizens” are.

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  9. Underpants Gnome says:

    That TaylorMade deal is incredible. I’d been looking at a new driver for a while, and this finally convinced me

  10. gStein_*|bringing starpipe back|* says:

    Carey’s site also posted info on Free chick-fil-a, andf they apparently caned the promotion…
    before i left, i stole one of the corporate emails that they’d taped up all over the place – i’ll scan it and send it in tomorrow.

  11. Meathamper says:

    Free donut with sprinkles? Hell yeah!