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Get Out And Vote: The Best Election Day Freebies and Deals for Pot Lovers

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If you live in one of the nine states voting on marijuana reform, the idea of legalizing weed should be enough to get you out to vote. But if it’s not, or you live in a state where pot isn’t on the ballot, there are other reasons to make your voice heard; higher turnout makes our democracy more representative, voting is a right we fought for that shouldn’t be taken for granted and casting your ballot allows you to hold candidates accountable for the promises they’ve made.

None of this sound great to you?

Well, you also get a free sticker. And with that free “I Voted” sticker comes some deals and freebies that might just make it worth your while to vote. Here’s a list of the best deals and freebies we could find for voters on Election Day.

Got Munchies from Voting Stoned? These Deals Will Help!

Krispy Kreme 
Get a free doughnut by showing your “I Voted” sticker at participating locations.

White Castle
Get a free gallon of iced tea when you order a Crave Case online and use the promo code “USA.” Coupons will also be available for those making in-store purchases.

Bob Evans
Get a coupon for 30 percent off your entire order after voting.

P.F. Changs
Get a coupon for free appetizer (dumplings or won tons) after voting.

Firehouse Subs
Get a free medium drink by showing your “I Voted” sticker.

Chuck E. Cheese’s
Get a free personal pepperoni pizza with the purchase of any other pizza by telling them you voted or using coupon code #5253.

7-Eleven
Get a free coffee at participating locations by using the mobile app.

Great American Cookies
Get one free regular cookie by showing your “I Voted” sticker.

Nando’s Peri-Peri
Get one free side with the purchase of an entree by showing your “any lame sticker.”

Schlotzsky’s
Get a “Buy One, Get One Free” coupon for mac and cheese after voting.

Nestle Toll House Cafe by Chip
Get one free chocolate chip cookie by wearing an “I Voted” sticker.

Marco’s Pizza
Get a voucher for a free pizza by “casting your vote for Marco’s” on their website during Election Day.

Noodles and Company
Get a “Buy One, Get One” coupon by voting for your favorite mac and cheese on their website.

California Tortilla
Get a free order of chips and queso when you tell your server, “Make queso great again,” “I’m with queso,” or “I vote for queso.”

East Coast Wings & Grill
Get a free order of five honey barbecue chicken wings with the purchase of an entree after voting.

Hot Dog on a Stick
Get a coupon for a free turkey dog by participating in the chain’s Facebook poll: “What turkey are you voting for?”

Bananas Smoothies & Frozen Yogurt
Get a 45-cent, election-inspired smoothie after voting.

BurgerFi
Get a Conflicted Burger for only $5 at participating locations by showing your “I Voted” sticker.

Tijuana Flats
Get a free small side by showing your “I Voted” sticker.

Duffy’s Sports Grill
Get a free red velvet doughnut by showing your “I Voted” sticker.

Toppers Pizza
Get on large 2-topping pizza or a Triple Original Topperstix for $5.99 with your carry-out order after voting.

More Concerned About Stoned Driving? Check These Out!

Uber
Get $20 off your first ride by using the code “VOTE TODAY.”

Lyft
Get 45 percent off rides to your polling place in certain cities.

Zipcar
Get a free car rental on Election Day between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. in participating markets by making a reservation after November 3.

Just Don’t Forget to Roll to the Polls!

 

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