Don’t Miss Out on Tax Day Freebies and Deals!
Posted on Friday, April 11th, 2014 at 3:18 pm
Nobody enjoys paying their state and federal income taxes. The process is tedious and can be stressful. You might discover that you didn’t have as many deductions as you hoped for. Each year, a variety of restaurants, fast food places, cafes, and other stores offer tax day freebies (and discounts). Those should make your day a little brighter! Here are a few to check out.
Schlotzky’s is offering a free “The Original” small sandwich, (with purchase of a 32 ounce fountain drink and chips) on April 15, 2014. There is no coupon required.
Boston Market is offering a “Tax Day Tax Break” on April 15, 2014. Get two half chicken individual meals for $10.40. The meals come with two home style sides and freshly baked cornbread.
California Tortilla is offering a free chips and queso (with any purchase). To get it, say the secret password: “Taxes, Shmaxes” to the cashier. This offer is good only on April 15, 2014.
Great American Cookies will be giving out one free chocolate chip cookie to every customer on April 15, 2014. The limit is one per customer.
Sonny’s BBQ is offering a 1/2 price rib platter on April 15, 2014 (at participating locations, only). Get a platter of sweet & smokey or dry-rubbed ribs with two sides and bread. This offer is for dine-in only, is for the dinner portion only, and does not include Baby Back Ribs or All You Can Eat.
Sonic is offering 1/2 price drinks & slushies on April 15, 2014. There is no coupon required.
White Castle has a printable coupon for 15% off your total “in castle” purchase on Tax Day. It is valid on four days: April 12, 2014 – April 15, 2014.
Pinkberry (participating locations) is doing a Treat Receipt. Bring in your receipt from the day before and get 50% off a small Pinkberry. This offer is valid through April 20, 2014.
Wienerschnitzel is offering a Chili Dog for $0.99. This offer is valid through April 27, 2014. There is no coupon required.
Don’t forget to stop by the local “mom and pop” restaurants and stores in your area. They might be offering Tax Day freebies and deals, too. People tend to overlook the smaller stores because they don’t get as much attention online as the big, chain, fast food places do.