Ahh, tax day. If you are getting a refund, you have probably already filed, but if you will owe money come tax day, you may have procrastinated and not filed until as close to the deadline as possible. Well, guess what? Time is up. If you don’t want to face extensions and late fees, Tuesday night at midnight is as long as you can procrastinate.
Whether you are getting a refund and want to celebrate or owe money and want to console yourself, many companies want to take the pain out of tax day with tax day freebies. Here are some places to reap the rewards:
Get two free “bites” on April 17th from 6 to 8 p.m. at participating locations.
Bring a friend to share the freebies at Boston Market. They are offering a buy one, get one free meal on April 17th when you use this coupon.
Enjoy ½ off drinks and slushies all day on April 17th.
Get 15% off your online order when you use this coupon on April 17th.
You can’t take advantage of all of the freebies on tax day, so White Castle allows you to take advantage of their freebie, a buy one, get one free chicken sandwich with this coupon, through April 28th.
Like Panda Express on Facebook and print a coupon for a free Shanghai Angus steak on Tax Day.
Seattle’s Best Coffee
Get a free sample of coffee (reportedly it makes up to a 10 cup pot) from Seattle’s Best Coffee when you like them on Facebook or if you go to the store on April 17th, get a free small coffee.
Chili’s is offering a free appetizer or dessert to their Twitter followers, Facebook fans and e-mail club members valid between April 16th and 18th.
“Like” Arby’s on Facebook and print a coupon for free curly fries.
Chevy’s Fresh Mex
Get two margaritas for $10.40 on April 17th. And, during tax day, Chevy’s will pay your sales tax.
Marble Slab Creamery
Get a free scoop of their new yogurt at participating stores from 4 to 7 p.m. on April 17th
From April 13th to 17th, Breuggers is offering a baker’s dozen of bagels and two tubs of cream cheese for just $10.40 (a savings of $5). Like them on Facebook and print the coupon to get yours.
McCormick and Schmicks
Enjoy an extended Happy Hour from 3:30 to 11 p.m (instead of the usual 7 p.m.)
Now, go file your taxes, and take advantage of the many freebies offered today. After all, there aren’t many days of the year when restaurants and retailers offer their food and goods for free!
*Photo by 401K on Flickr*