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Here's Where You Can Get Free Food And Discounts On Election Day

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Companies around the country are offering free items and discounts in celebration of Election Day.
Companies around the country are offering free items and discounts in celebration of Election Day.

The presidential election is so close to being over, we can almost taste it ― or maybe it’s just all the free treats that are being offered today.

A number of businesses around the country are doling out free food, drinks, discounts and services in celebration of Election Day. Per federal law, you don’t need to have voted in order to partake ― although some places might ask you to flash an “I Voted” sticker, which is technically illegal. Check out where you can score some sweet deals below.

Krispy Kreme: The national doughnut chain is offering one free doughnut at participating locations ― no sticker required.

7-Eleven: Guests can receive one free cup of coffee by downloading the store’s app.

World of Beer: Beer drinkers’ first draft beer is just $1 today.

Chuck E. Cheese: Buy one pizza, get a free personal pepperoni pizza free.

Macy’s: The retail giant is offering various coupons, including 20 percent off select merchandise.

Great American Cookies: This popular mall shop is asking guests to show their “I Voted” stickers to receive a free regular cookie.

Nestle Toll House Cafe: This cafe is also offering free chocolate chip cookies at participating cafes for guests who wear an “I Voted” sticker. People who voted early can mention that fact to be included in the offer.

Bob Evans: Hungry? Diners are being treated to 30 percent off their meals with this coupon after 2 p.m.

Gold’s Gym: Anyone looking to release some election stress can enjoy a free gym session Tuesday only, though guests are being asked to show their “I Voted” stickers.

YMCA: The organization is offering free child care at select locations so parents can get out and cast their ballots.

Lyft: Need a ride to the polls? The ride-hailing service is offering 45 percent off one ride between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Uber: Those new to Uber can enjoy $20 off using the promo code VOTETODAY.

Know of any other good offers? Share them in the comment section below!

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