Election Day Deals: Flex Your ‘I Voted’ Sticker For Some Freebies

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Pizza Nea: Get a free drink with your pizza. You can get the freebie by showing your "I Voted" sticker, or through the app by adding crinkle cuts to your order and including the code "ivoted".

J. Mark's Restaurant: Get a free wine, beer liquor or or Signature J.Mark's Cosmopolitan, Margarita or Mojito with any purchase and your I Voted sticker on Tuesday at the Fort Lauderdale and Pompano locations.

As numerous voters take to social media to talk election day, they can't help but notice there's something missing from this year's midterms. You can also get a free ride to and from the polls.

Shake Shack: Gobble up free fries with any purchase.

Metro trains, buses and bike shares in Los Angeles will be free on Election Day, as well as Long Beach Transit, Baldwin Park Transit, Pasadena Transit and Santa Clarita Transit.

Blackbird Doughnuts: Free mini doughnuts to anyone who shows a sticker or says they voted.




Blaze Pizza: Free delivery for any order placed with the Blaze Pizza app on Tuesday.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop: USA Today reported that the restaurant will be giving free cookies with every purchase of an entree to anyone who asks. Just use the code "IVOTED2018" when you check out. Chameleon Cold Brew will award voters a voucher for a 10-ounce cold brew by following these three steps: upload a selfie with your "I Voted" sticker, tag @ChameleonColdBrew and hashtag the post #FuelTheVote.

Taco Noche: Half-priced margaritas.

Another New York-based location, Toby's Estate is offering small drip coffees for $1 this Tuesday when you present your "I Voted" sticker.

R. House will also host a watch party starting at 7 p.m.

"Consequences" singer Camila Cabello posted a long message while donning two "I Voted" stickers on her Instagram on November 2.

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