There’s not much that can make the pain of tax season less taxing, but restaurants sure try. Come April 15 (tomorrow!), once your return is filed and the check in the mail to Uncle Sam, be on the lookout for tax-themed freebies and deals.
Be on the lookout for more offers from both national chains and local spots as tax day approaches—many restaurants announce their deals at the last-minute (Originally published by Frugal Foodie).
For now, add these to your list of possibilities:
The “Tax Day Chicken Meal Deal” offers two half-chicken individual meals for $10.40, no coupon required. Each meal comes with half a rotisserie chicken, two sides and fresh cornbread. Available at all locations.
Sign up through the eClub or Facebook page by April 10 to get a coupon for a $3.50 “deduction” on the chain’s Big Bagel Bundles. That brings the price to just $10.40.
Tax-day diners can redeem a special “1040 dining certificate” for $10.40 off the purchase of two entrees. Good at any of the company’s Great New Hampshire Restaurants.
Make a purchase on April 15 and say the code word “taxes shmaxes.” You’ll be rewarded with a free order of chips and queso or salsa with your meal. Available at all locations.
Cohen Restaurant Group
On April 14 and 15, the California-based restaurant group has a coupon for $10.40 off the purchase of two meals and two drinks at participating locations.
Great American Cookie
Through the “Incomes the Sweetness” promo, tax-day visitors will receive a free original chocolate chip cookie.
Participating locations only, and only while supplies last. Per the company’s announcement, “No purchase or proof of completed taxes is necessary.”
Hard Rock Cafe
Diners can sing for their supper on April 15. After 5 p.m., pick a song and sing it in its entirety on the restaurant’s live stage, to earn a free entrée. Participating locations only.
The Auburn, Wash., casino’s Spice Bay Buffet will offer a special lunch and dinner buffet for $10.40 per person. Available 11 a.m. until 11 p.m.
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt
Print out a coupon from the chain’s Facebook page to get a cup full of frozen yogurt and toppings for just $4.15, about 50 percent off the usual price. Participating locations only.
“The Best Tax Day Meal Deals” was originally published by Frugal Foodie.