Believe it or not, showing off your “I Voted” sticker on social media to prove to your friends that you’re #woke isn’t the only perk that comes with Election Day. Several restaurants are giving away freebies and discounts on Election Day. Mind you, a federal statute forbids anyone from paying or offering to pay or accepting payment for registering people to vote or for voting, but the restaurants have found an easy loophole: offer the promotions to everyone, not just the customers in possession of “I Voted” stickers.
We all win!
Check out a list of the restaurant deals for Election Day.
Shake Shack will give out a free order of french fries to customers that show their “I voted” stickers on Tuesday. People can also use the Shake Shack app and enter the code “ivoted” to redeem.
Free chips and queso if you say “I voted” at checkout. Good at all 50 locations.
Free chips and nacho cheese with any order placed on its app. Note: Tuesday is also National Nacho Day.
When you order Blaze Pizza online or through the Blaze Pizza app, you’ll get your order delivered for free by DoorDash.
Offering a free medium hot coffee, medium cold brew, or a medium Groothie smoothie to anyone who walks through the door Tuesday.
Customers who buy an entree can get a free cookie through November 7th. No “I voted” sticker necessary.
CAPRIOTTI’S SANDWICH SHOP
$1 off any sub on Election Day.
Show off an “I Voted” sticker and buy a taco to get one free taco.
Free medium one-topping pie with the purchase of a large pizza with the code “SAVE18.” Valid through November 7.
CORNER BAKERY CAFE
Free coffee to customers who show an “I voted” sticker at any of its locations across 26 states.
BAKED BY MELISSA
Offering all customers a free cupcake, with or without an “I Voted” sticker.
LOS ANGELES BARS
All 1933 Group bars are offering $1 Moscow Mules or Old Fashioned’s between 5-7 pm. These bars include Oldfields, Bigfoot Lodge, Bigfoot Lodge West, Harlowe, Sassafras, Idle Hour, Thirsty Crow, Highland Park Bowl, and La Cuevita.
There you have it, my friends. I hope this saved you a couple bucks.
[h/t Business Insider]