Tax Day Freebies and Deals for 2016

Tax Day Freebies and Deals for 2017

 TAX DAY FREEBIES & DEALS FOR 2017

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*Bob Evans – “Benjamin Franklin famously said, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” This year, guests at Bob Evans Restaurants are also certain to save with a coupon for 30% off their entire purchase on Tuesday, Monday, April 18, the official end of tax season.” Print the coupon here: https://www.bobevans.com/taxday

Boston Market – On Tuesday, April 18, any guest who dines in-restaurant can purchase a $10.40 Tax Day Meal Special. Offer includes a Half Chicken Individual Meal with 2 sides, cornbread, a regular fountain beverage and a cookie.

*Bruegger’s Bagels – “While Tax Day is dreaded by many Americans, our guests definitely look forward to our $10.40 Big Bagel Bundle each year,” said Bruegger’s Bagels Vice President of Marketing Judy Kadylak. “Because the tax deadline is pushed to April 18th this year, we wanted to offer our special deal for a week so guests can be the hero at home or the office by bringing in Bruegger’s Bagels, while keeping a few extra bucks in their pockets.”    To qualify for the “deduction,” guests can download the offer at www.brueggers.com starting April 12. Guests also can join the Bruegger’s Bagels eClub to receive a free bagel with cream cheese and other valuable offers throughout the year.”

*California Tortilla – Tuesday, April 18 get FREE chips and queso* with any purchase. Simply use the password “TAX CRUNCH!” while ordering at your favorite California Tortilla location, and enjoy!

Great American Cookie Company – Indulge with a Free Regular Birthday Cake Cookie on Tuesday, April 18th at participating locations! Offer valid at participating locations. One per customer. While supplies last.

Hot Dog on a Stick – On Tax Day, Tuesday, April 18, Hot Dog on a Stick is giving all customers one free* Original Turkey Dog to help America stomp away stress and “Stick a Smile” on its face! No purchase or proof of completed taxes necessary.

Kona Ice  – “As part of the Flavor Our World initiative, we decided we would take April 15th every year and help everyone chill out and relax. Our motto is “No taxation without relaxation!” It’s free shaved ice for all of working America on Tax Day. Come chill out with us!”

Noodles & Company – From Wednesday, April 12 – Tuesday, April 18, those who file their taxes digitally this year can receive $4 off any $10 purchase placed through order.noodles.com using the code “TAXDAY17” at checkout.

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Planet Fitness – From Saturday, April 15 – Saturday, April 22 consumers can receive a free HydroMassage at any Planet Fitness location. De-stressers need only bring in a coupon available on PlanetFitness.com (starting April 15) before relaxing their cares away.

Schlotsky’s: Stop by Schlotzsky’s on Tax Day (Tuesday, April 18) to score a FREE small The Original with purchase of chips & a medium drink! Click here to find the Schlotzsky’s near you: https://www.schlotzskys.com/find-your-schlotzskys/

*Sonic Drive-In – Half price cheeseburgers all day on Tax Day, April 18th.

Sonny’s BBQ – “Uncle Sam ain’t givin’ you a break on Tax Day, but we sure will. Come enjoy a half-price St. Louis Rib Dinner on Tuesday, April 18th*. Choose either Sweet & Smokey or House Dry-Rubbed Ribs with two Sidekicks and bread. *Participating locations only. Not valid with any other offer, coupon or discount. Offer valid 4/18/17. Dine-in or take out, dinner portion only. Does not include Baby Back Ribs or All-You-Can-Eat.”

Tony Roma’s – “Starting on April 15, guests can dine with us to receive a free Brownie Royale dessert on their next visit to write off the dreaded tax season. Don’t miss out!”

World of Beer – “At World of Beer, we know that filing your taxes can be stressful. And you know what helps relieve stress? Beer. That’s why we’re offering everyone a free select draught or $5 off your check on Tax Day (where legal). So come on over Tuesday, April 18th and enjoy your WOB refund! Offer varies at participating taverns, where legal.”

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