Election Day 2018: Free Food Deals for Midterm Voters

Election Day 2018: Free Food Deals for Midterm Voters

Election Day 2018: Free Food Deals for Midterm Voters

All across the United States, Americans are getting ready to vote.

Voting is a USA citizen's right and civic duty.

Celebrities are out in full force for Election Day to cast their vote in the midterms.

Lyft: Get 50 percent off or up to $5 off rides across the country.

OwowCow will give you a free mini-cone when you stop in and show your "I Voted' sticker".

On Tuesday, do your civic duty and then use that "I Voted" sticker to exercise your right to freebies.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop: USA Today reported that the restaurant will be giving free cookies with every purchase of an entree to anyone who asks. All customers need to do is show their "I Voted" sticker.

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Citi Bike is offering free day passes with the code BIKETOVOTE.

Hooters: Get free potato skins at participating restaurants with a voting sticker on Tuesday.

Note: An additional purchase is necessary. You can also get free fries at Shake Shack by ordering through the Shake Shack app: Just enter the promotional code "ivoted" on Election Day and you'll get free fries with any other purchase. To redeem, simply present your voting sticker.

Palm Beach Zoo: Get free entry with a voting sticker on Tuesday.

Spyhouse Coffee: Get a free 10 ounce coffee.

Another New York-based location, Toby's Estate is offering small drip coffees for $1 this Tuesday when you present your "I Voted" sticker.

Luisa's Cellar: Flash your "I Voted" sticker for a free drink. 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. Just tell them you voted, or use coupon code #5253.

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