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Vote and Save!

So with the election finally winding down what better way to celebrate you doing your civic duty than a stimulating the economy?

Check out these freebies/savings before the day is up!



  • Romano's Macaroni Grill: $10 off $20 Online Takeout with eCoupon RMGTOGO 5. Olive Garden: Come in with an 'I Voted' Sticker on Election Day and receive a free Dolcini dessert with any entree.
  • Starbucks: Free Indivisible wristbands on Election Day.
  • Tim Hortons: Free donut when you purchase any beverage and show your 'I Voted' sticker at participating U.S. restaurants on Election Day.
  • White Castle: Pick your favorite Fry on White Castle's Facebook Page and get a coupon for a free small order of your choice.
  • Zipcar: Zip to the Polls with a 50 percent discount on rates nationwide. The discount is available on Election Day, November 6, from 5 a.m. and 9 p.m.
  • Boston Market: Left Wing or Right Wing? Vote in the 2012 Bowl Poll and receive an exclusive 'Bipartisan' BOGO coupon valid at any Boston Market restaurant for a free Market Bowl with the purchase of a Market Bowl and a fountain drink. 
  • 15% off all purchases at Torrid
  • Urban Outfitters’ attempt to encourage voting comes with 20 percent off your entire purchase.
  • After stopping by the polls, visit Starbucks to get a free red, white and blue “Indivisible” bracelet. A word of advice: be sure to ask for it. 
  • For a break from election coverage, Blockbuster is offering free movie and game rentals with a coupon.
  • JetBlue: If things don't go your way, don't worry. Here's your chance to get a free flight out of the country with JetBlue. Participate in JetBlue's election poll at http://www.jetblueelectionprotection.com and login to Facebook to enter. If you change your mind you can always come back. Or not.
Printable Coupons for these offers can be found at www.ElectionDayFreebies.com

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