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Free Fries, Coffee & Beer: Election Day Deals In Minnesota
07 November 2018, 05:44 | Regina Holmes
Midterm elections: Shake Shack, Blaze Pizza, Baked by Melissa rewarding voters with free food
It's also a good way to score some free goodies on Election Day. Black Seed Bagels will hand you a piping cup of Stumptown coffee, with any purchase, as long as you show up in your "I Voted" sticker.
Lyft, another ride-hailing service, also announced an initiative to help get people to the polls tomorrow - offering 50 percent off rides nationwide tomorrow, plus free rides to "underserved communities that face significant obstacles to transportation", according to a blog post on their website.
California Tortilla: New Jersey and CT voters who say "I voted" can enjoy free chips and queso with any in-store purchase.
Lime is offering free bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters to use to and from polling locations, up to 30 minutes.
Uber is offering $10 off a single ride to the polls on Election Day with promo code VOTE2018. Here are the participating locations. As for savory deals, Shake Shack will complement your meal with a side of crinkle cut fries if you show an "I Voted" sticker at the counter or input the code "ivoted" on the Shack app.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop: Customers can receive a free cookie with any purchase by showing their "I voted" sticker, Delish reports.
The Donut Whole, 1720 E. Douglas: Get a free basic doughnut or a free drip coffee with a sticker.
Free coffee is aplenty on Election Day.
Topside: Free draft beer to anyone who wears their "I voted" sticker.
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