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Election Day deals, freebies for voters

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Heather Pelat – (MEDIA GENERAL) – Americans will vote for our next president on Tuesday and several restaurants and businesses are offering Election Day deals and freebies to those who cast their ballot.

Here are a few:

Krispy Kreme: Show your "I voted" sticker at participating Krispy Kreme locations and get a free doughnut.

7-Eleven: Get a free cup of coffee at participating 7-Eleven locations. You must use the 7-Eleven mobile app to cash in on the deal.

Bob Evans: Customers can get 30 percent off their entire dine-in or carryout order with this coupon.

Firehouse Subs: Get a free medium drink at participating Firehouse Subs locations by wearing your "I voted" sticker.

Marco's Pizza: Marco's Pizza is rewarding people who "vote for Marco's" on Election Day with a voucher for a free medium one-topping pizza.

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Posted by Marco's Pizza on Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Chuck E. Cheese: Get a free personal size pepperoni pizza with any pizza purchase on Election Day with this coupon code.

Schlotzsky's: Buy one Mac at Schlotzsky's and get one free on Election Day with coupon code.

On Tuesday, Nov. 8, Let's Make America Cheesy Again! Buy One Mac and Get One Free on Election Day!

Posted by Schlotzsky's on Friday, November 4, 2016

Great American Cookies: Show your "I voted" sticker and get a free regular cookie at participating locations.

Gold's Gym: Show your "I voted" sticker on Election Day and get free access to participating Gold's Gym locations.

Zipcar: Zipcar is offering free cars from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Election Day to #DRIVEtheVOTE. Click below to make a reservation.

Uber: Uber is giving new riders $20 off with the code "VOTETODAY." Their app can also help voters find their polling location and then seamlessly request a ride.

Lyft: In select cities, Lyft is offering a 45 percent discount to riders between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Election Day.


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