21 Places Offering Free Food for Election Day and Other Deals

Election Day is almost here, and what better way to celebrate than by stress-eating and taking advantage of over a dozen discounts? Restaurants, rideshare services and even Planet Fitness are offering free food and services at a reduced price on Tuesday and beyond.

Here are all the places you can get free food and sweet deals on Election Day, because, let's face it: by doing your civic duty in the middle of a pandemic, you deserve it!

Baked By Melissa will give voters 10% off their purchase through Election Day at all store locations.

Boston Market is offering customers a free slider after 9 p.m. on Election Day.

Via Grubhub, Burger King customers can get $3 off of any purchase starting at $18.

Mediterranean chain CAVA and ZoesKitchen will provide free meals to poll workers.

Tomorrow is #NationalPollWorkerRecruitmentDay, and today we are committing to support poll workers by offering a free CAVA meal to them on Nov. 3.

And we encourage our 6,000+ Team Members to become poll worker volunteers through our Community Days program. #BeAPollWorker pic.twitter.com/uoyoUz1WxP

— CAVA (@cava) August 31, 2020

At Chili's, customers can get a $5 Presidente cocktail through Election Day. These special cocktails are made with Sauza tequila, Patron Citrónge and E&J Brandy.

This election season, head into Chili’s and grab a $5 Presidente until 11/3. Show your support for our cocktail in chief by commenting on this post using 🌶🇺🇸 - each comment is a separate entry & there is NO limit. You could win your very own Marg Party merch! pic.twitter.com/0WyB7IHaAX

— Chili's Grill & Bar (@Chilis) October 28, 2020

Salad chain Chopt will give its customers who show proof of working the polls free meals for in-store pickup.

DoorDash delivery service is offering free delivery with orders at a minimum of $15 if you provide promo code VOTE at checkout. For those who are already have DoorPass (which gives members free delivery on orders starting at $12), they can use promo code DPVOTE at checkout to get 10% off their orders.

Dos Toros is giving away free meals valued at $15 each to poll workers, provided they prove they spent time at the polls.

Krispy Kreme will give each customer an Original Glazed doughnut. The doughnut chain will also be handing out "I VOTED" stickers to those who didn't already get the adult equivalent of a participation award.

On #ElectionDay, Nov. 3, anyone who visits a U.S. shop is in for a sweet treat! Get a FREE #OriginalGlazed #doughnut in honor of DOUGHmocracy! ⭐🦅🇺🇸🍩 #KrispyKreme

Participating US shops only, while supplies last. All info here https://t.co/N3i548Dxd0 pic.twitter.com/duMY9CkT2q

— Krispy Kreme (@krispykreme) November 1, 2020

Rideshare app Lyft is offering 50% off one ride up to $10 for anyone heading to a polling location or ballot dropbox with the code 2020VOTE. Same applies to bikes and scooters.

McDonalds is giving away an apple fritter, a blueberry muffin or a cinnamon roll with any purchase of a hot or iced coffee through the McDonald's app. This offer lasts from November 3 to 9—you're welcome!

Election Day Free Food
I VOTED stickers are seen at a polling station on the campus of the University of California, Irvine, on November 6, 2018 in Irvine, California on election day. ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images

New customers to P.F. Chang's get $10 off their order via Grubhub.

Gym buffs, this one's for you. Planet Fitness is offering folks who vote a free workout and hydromassage through Sunday.

Pret A Manger is also offering a discount through Grubhub. Customers can get $5 off orders starting at $15.

Red Lobster customers will get free delivery on any order over $25 through Grubhub on Election Day.

Shake Shack is giving poll workers a free "in-shack" sandwich (options include Shackburger and the Chick'n Shack) from Sunday through Election Day with purchase of badge.

Tim Hortons rewards members can get a free Dark Roast coffee through Sunday.

Time ⏰ change? We’ve got you covered. Tims Rewards Members can enjoy a FREE rich and bold Dark Roast from 6pm – 7am EST, November 1 -8. pic.twitter.com/p0Aq1Rjoax

— Tim Hortons U.S. (@TimHortonsUS) November 1, 2020

Folks using Uber to get to the polls will get 50% off their ride. Bikers and scooter users will also be able to use said discount.

Wendy's is giving customers a free Classic Chicken Sandwich with any purchase through Sunday.

On Election Day, White Castle is offering $4 off purchases of $20 or more through Grubhub, Uber Eats and Postmates. Just make sure you head there after 11 a.m.—the burger chain is closed from 7 to 11 a.m. to make sure its employees can get to the polls.

Additionally, Grubhub and Seamless are offering dozens of discounts in the Perks tab on the app for various brands, including 7-Eleven, Burger King and California Pizza Kitchen.

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