There are quite a few Orlando deals to choose from for all you who've completed their civic duty.
Monocacy Coffee Co.is offering one free 12 oz. coffee to customers who have voted or will commit to vote on Election Day at either of the company's two retail locations; Bethlehem's Lit Coffee Roastery and Bakeshop (26 E 3rd St., Bethlehem) and Easton's Cosmic Cup (520 March St., Easton).
A total of $13,000 was spent in preparation for the giveaway, according to Welch, and the shop is expecting more than 1,000 voters. Bring your "I Voted" sticker and a valid voter card and go to the gym for free.
Did we miss your giveaway or favorite spot for a post-voting treats?
Chuck E. Cheese, 1000 Lehigh Valley Mall, will give out free personal pepperoni pizzas with the purchase of any other pizza. Unfortunately, that excludes about a third of all voters in Texas because they voted early. Just tell them you voted, or use coupon code #5253. Use the code "VOTEMD2018".
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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".
Potbelly is offering a free cookie with an entree purchase on Tuesday and Wednesday.
This Chicago-based doughnut shop is handing out a free glazed doughnut to everyone who comes in on Tuesday and shows a staff member their "I Voted" sticker.
A handful of public transportation systems in cities across the country are also offering free rides tomorrow, including the Los Angeles' Metro system, the Houston Metro, and the Tampa Bus systems to name a few, so it may be worth checking out if your city or town is participating on some way.
Emerson Biggins Old Town, 808 E. Douglas: People wearing stickers get half-price burgers and half-price appetizers all day.
Zipcar is offering $20 toward a future trip with an Election Day rental. To redeem, simply present your voting sticker.