Take advantage of these freebies today.
In the words of Jimmy Fallon, “Thank you, tax day, for combining the fun of doing paperwork with the threat of going to jail."
April 15 - or Tax Day - happens every year but it doesn't make the tax deadline any less stressful. In order to alleviate the weight of the day, the following brands are offering customers deals and promotions.
The brand’s Tax Day Special is a buy-one-get-one individual meal. The special is valid with any individual meal (whole sandwich, whole combo, salad bowl or market bowl). No coupon required.
Great American Cookies
The cookie company’s tax day tradition is in its third year and includes a free sugar cookie to customers who stop by the store. No purchase or proof of completed taxes necessary.
The sandwich franchise is also offering free food. Today, participating restaurants nationwide will give each guest one free “The Original Sandwich” if the customer purchases a 32-ounce drink and a bag of chips.
Pizza Hut is offering gift cards with its first-ever “Pizza Return” promotion. Participants are eligible to win a Pizza Hut gift card ranging from $10 to $50 if they fill out a form at pizzareturn.com. Customers must note if they are “married ordering separately” and must fill out a list of dependents, which can include creative submissions like “degenerate friends” and “my 4:00 a.m. self.”
Select locations are offering a buy-one-get-one for a penny deal on Big Macs and Quarter Pounders.
At Olive Garden, customers can take advantage of a buy one entrée from a select menu and take one of the same entrees home for free.
The Asian-inspired chain will take 15 percent off a dine-in and carry out order on Wednesday. This discount cannot be applied to alcohol or Happy Hour specials.
Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa
Health and wellness franchise Hand & Stone is hosting a “Relax the Tax” promotion. Customers are invited to enjoy a 50-minute introductory massage or facial for $39.95.
Barnes & Noble
Catch up on your reading by using coupon code X8W8L3A when shopping online to get 20 percent off a single item through May 1 (exclusions apply).
The Oklahoma City, Okla.-based chain is offering customers half-price cheeseburgers all day.