Bargain hunters always vote for savings, especially for any Election Day deals!
Election Day in 2020 is on Nov. 3 and early voting is already happening across the country.
No matter your politics, it’s very important to vote. If you haven’t already voted, please make time to make your voice heard and vote on Election Day.
For doing your patriotic duty, some restaurants and businesses will reward voters with discounts and giveaways.
2020 Election Day Freebies and Deals
For every big election year, many restaurants and businesses often offer Election Day deals. However, participation varies each time.
Some may want to see an “I Voted” sticker, so be sure to pick one up as you leave the polls. Some may require downloading an app or joining a loyalty club. However, joining those programs is almost always FREE.
All deals are only valid at participating locations, while supplies last. There may be some regional variations, as not all locations participate in every promotion. Therefore, t’s always wise to call ahead to verify participation and details.
Many chains announce Election Day deals at the last minute. We’ll continually update the round-up, as more deals are confirmed.
Election Day could stretch well into the evening, so Boston Market wants to make sure every American remains well fed with a FREE slider from 9 p.m. to closing at all of its more than 225 locations nationwide on Nov. 3. (Most locations close at 10 p.m.) No purchase necessary.
The chain’s new sliders include Chicken Cheddar, Turkey Cheddar, Chicken Chipotle and BBQ Meatloaf. Each is made with all-natural and fresh, never frozen Boston Market rotisserie chicken, signature meatloaf or turkey.
Anyone who visits Krispy Kreme on Election Day is in for a sweet treat: a FREE Original Glazed Doughnut.
To celebrate and share the pride in voting, they will also offer “I Voted” stickers to customers. The popular stickers may be more difficult to attain due to the increase in people voting by mail and safety precautions being taken at polling places across the country.
McDonald’s is adding three new baked goods to its popular menu for the first time in more than eight years. To celebrate the addition, they’re offering one for FREE with the purchase of any-sized hot or iced coffee via its app — from Nov. 3 to 9. Choose from an Apple Fritter, Blueberry Muffin or Cinnamon Roll.
Anyone who voted can “work out” their election stress with a FREE workout and HydroMassage at any of Planet Fitness‘ more than 2,000 clubs nationwide, from Nov. 3 to 8.
Catch this deal from Red Lobster and get some seafood sailed your way at no cost. Through Nov. 3, the chain is offering FREE delivery on orders for more than $25 via Grubhub. The order must meet the minimum amount, before tax, tip and fees.
Election Day Offers from Previous Years
Here is a selection of deals we’ve seen for past Election Days. None of these deals have been confirmed for 2020, but we’ll keep checking.
- 7-Eleven: Get a FREE cup of coffee — app required.
- Great American Cookies: Get a FREE cookie — just show your “I Voted” sticker.
- Regal Cinemas: See Harrison Ford’s “Air Force One” for just $5 on Election Night at select locations. Regal Crown Club members also get 50% off any size popcorn.
- Buca di Beppo: two-for-one lunch deal and $5 off or $10 off Famiglia Meals, with coupons on the website.
- Olive Garden: FREE Dolcini mini dessert with an with “I voted” sticker and purchase of an adult entrée.
- White Castle: FREE small Sweet Potato Waffle Fry with a purchase and your “I Voted” sticker. Or vote for your favorite style of fries on Facebook and receive a coupon for a FREE small Crinkle Cut or Sweet Potato Waffle Fry.
- Macaroni Grill: $10 off an eligible online order of at least $20, with promo code FACEBOOK.
- strong Starbucks: FREE Indivisible bracelet while supplies last.
- Tim Hortons restaurants: FREE donut with “I voted” sticker and purchase of a beverage.
- Yogurtini: 20% discount on frozen yogurt and toppings with “I voted today” sticker.
- Chili’s: Free appetizer with purchase of entrée and coupon sent by request from Facebook post.
Do you know of any other Election Day discounts, specials or freebies you can get for voting? Drop us a comment below!