Here’s Where Voters Can Score Election Day Freebies & Deals

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You might have heard that tomorrow is Election Day, a day when Americans will vote not only on who will lead our country for the next four years, but also on numerous ballot initiatives that could affect consumers in many states. To mark the occasion, several businesses are offering up special freebies and discounts.

Krispy Kreme: Show up wearing your “I Voted” sticker at participating locations and you can get a free doughnut.

7-Eleven: Customers can get a $1 cup of coffee on Nov. 8 at participating locations — but you’ll have to access the deal through the 7Rewards app.

Chuck E. Cheese: Visitors can use coupon code #5253 or tell the cashier they voted and receive a free personal pizza with any pizza purchase.

Nestle Toll House Café: Get a free chocolate chip cookie at participating locations by showing your “I Voted” sticker or informing the cashier you voted already.

Great American Cookie Company: If you’re wearing an “I Voted” sticker you could leave with a free cookie at participating locations.

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All About Burger: Hungry voters can get one free burger or chicken sandwich on Nov. 8.

Marco’s Pizza: Customers can get a voucher for a free medium one-topping pizza if they cast a vote online for Marco’s Pizza on Nov. 8.

Firehouse Subs: Get a free medium drink by wearing your “I Voted” sticker on Election Day.

California Tortilla: Free chips and guacamole are on offer with any purchase for customers who use the secret passwords, “I’m with queso!”; “Make queso great again!”; or, “I vote for queso!”

World of Beer: If you’re in need of a drink on Election Day, voters can get their first beer for only $1 on Tuesday.

Tijuana Flats: Customers wearing their “I Voted” sticker can get one free small side of guacamole on Nov. 8.

Schlotzksy’s: Buy one Mac (macaroni and cheese), get another free with the coupon code 4207 on Election Day.

YMCA: Parents can get free child care so they can go out and vote. Services vary by community so contact your local Y for details.

Gold’s Gym: Anyone who brings in a valid voter’s registration card or an “I Voted” sticker can work out for free on Nov. 8.

And for those who need a lift to the polls on Election Day, Uber, Lyft, Maven, and Zipcar are all offering special freebies or discounts on Nov. 8.

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