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Here are my Top Tax Day free deals 2019
Some of these tax day free deals were from last year (and you’ll see them marked as ‘unverified’), but they seem to pop up year after year, so I’ll keep verifying as we get closer to the date. Hopefully, your taxes are done already, so you can just focus on taking advantage of these great deals:
Boston Market: Get a discounted meal (a half chicken individual meal with 2 sides, cornbread, a cookie, and a regular beverage) for $10.40 on April 15th.
Bruegger’s Bagels: The popular Big Bagel Bundle to its guests for a fun and thrifty $10.40. (That’s a savings of almost $3.50 at most locations). Guests can redeem the Tax Day coupon at Bruegger’s Bagels Facebook page. You can print it or show it in bakery on your smartphone.
BurgerFi: Get a BurgerFi Cheeseburger for $4.15.
Carmike Cinemas: Free refills for all popcorn bucket owners (unverified)
Cinnabon: Receive 2 free Cinnabon Bites from 6-8pm as part of their “Tax Day Bites” promotion (unverified)
Chilis: Happy hour on Tax Day: participating Chili’s restaurants will be offering $5 Cuervo Blue Margarita.
Chuck E. Cheese: Buy ANY large pizza on Tax Day and get a FREE large cheese pizza.
Gold’s Gym: To help celebrate National Stress Awareness day, Gold’s Gym is offing a FREE 7-day VIP Membership pass to help you shake off your tax stress.
Great American Cookie: Recieve a free sugar cookie on Tax Day
Hard Rock Cafe: You can sing your favorite song and get a free Local Legendary Burger on Tax Day.
Kona Ice: Get a free cup of shaved ice on Tax Day. They will be parked outside of post offices, tax prep centers, and businesses all over.
Schlotzsky’s: Get a free “The Original Sandwich” on Tax Day with the purchase of chips and a 32 oz. drink.
White Castle: Take 15% off any order through Tax Day.
Whole Foods: Free drip coffee the morning of Tax Day. (unverified)
If you still need to file your taxes, check with your local library to see if they have a free United Way volunteer to help you, or consider checking out Turbo Tax or TaxAct (which we used for YEARS to e-file for free!).
As always, check to make sure your local store is participating in these promotions before heading over there