Election Day comes with perks, such as free doughnuts, coffee & rides

Posted at 3:42 PM, Nov 07, 2016

Do Americans deserve a reward for surviving a bitter, divisive election? Many companies are saying "Yes!"

A number of national brands will be offering customers a number of free perks on Tuesday. In some cases, the rewards come with a small catch. 

Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is offering one free doughnut for any guest wearing an "I Voted" sticker all day on Tuesday. There is no coupon necessary. 

There are a few states and locations that are not participating in the perk. Click here to see if your location is not participating in the offer. 


If you need a ride to the polls, try using Uber. The ride-share service is offering new customers a $20 credit by using the code "VOTETODAY." 

The Uber app will also be partnering with Google to help people find their voting location. 

Firehouse Subs

Customers at Firehouse Subs be rewarded for voting with free medium drinks. At participating locations on Tuesday, Firehouse Subs will give customers a free medium drink for showing their "I Voted" sticker.


Coffee lovers will enjoy 7-Eleven's offer of a free 12oz hot beverage using the 7-Eleven app. 7-Eleven is rolling out a campaign of its own, culminating in the vote of new coffee cups. 


Online shoppers rejoice for this deal. Macy's is offering 20 percent off online orders on Tuesday that are $50 or more when using coupon code "VOTE." 

The nice part about this offer is you are not required to prove you actually voted. 

Bob Evans

If you are looking for some down home cooking for dinner, Bob Evans is offering 30 percent off on carryout and dine-in orders Tuesday after 2 p.m. In order to get the deal, you will need this coupon. 

Chuck E. Cheese's

Customers who tell their server that they voted will receive a free slice of pepperoni pizza with the purchase of a pizza on Tuesday at Chuck E. Cheese's.