Election Day Deals: Show Your ‘I Voted’ Sticker For A Freebie

Election Day Deals: Show Your ‘I Voted’ Sticker For A Freebie

Clavel: Free mezcal by Don Mateo de la Sierra's Alto when you show your "I Voted" sticker.

So it's Election Day and you still need incentives to vote?

Shake Shack: Get free fries with any purchase Tuesday.

Bobo's Baked Goods will mail a coupon to claim a free bar after tagging your "I Voted" social media post with @eatbobos or #GetOatTheVote.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop: Ok, so you don't have to vote for this deal, but Potbelly says you should.

Mt. Washington Tavern: Customers with an "I Voted" sticker will get buy one, get one drinks.

Lulu's Bait Shack: Get a free 14-ounce draft beer with a voting sticker on Tuesday at the Fort Lauderdale restaurant.

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Shake Shack: Enjoy free fries with any Election Day order, by showing off your "I Voted" sticker in-stores, or using the code "IVoted" on the chain's app.

Potbelly Sandwich Shops are giving guests free cookies on Tuesday and Wednesday with any purchase.

Create Your Nature: Show your "I Voted" sticker for $1 off your order.

The Donut Whole, 1720 E. Douglas: Get a free basic doughnut or a free drip coffee with a sticker. Don't know what that is?

Lime: Enter the code LIME2VOTE18 and unlock the Lime fleet of e-scooters from a free ride to and from voting locations. If you can't make it into a store, Baked by Melissa is offering a 10 percent off discount code for online orders placed between November 6 and 7.

World of Beer WHEN: Nov. 6 Get your first Election Day beer for $1. Make sure your Uber app is updated and use code VOTE2018 to receive the discount.

Though the wildly high stakes of the 2018 midterm elections will hopefully be motivation enough to spur American voters to cast their ballots today, various culinary chains across the country are rewarding voters with free and discounted food.

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