Published: Tue, November 06, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

All the Ways to Score Free Food on Election Day

All the Ways to Score Free Food on Election Day

Corner Cafe Bakery: Show them your "I Voted" sticker this Election Day and receive any size free brewed coffee or cold brewed coffee.

Blaze Pizza: If you order a pie online or in the chain's app, DoorDash will deliver your meal for free, as per Delish. Yum!

Monocacy Coffee 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).

Election Day 2018 is here, and restaurants around the country are giving you an extra reason to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6, with freebies and special deals for customers after they've voted.

Easton's Bank Street Creamery, 15 S Bank St., is offering a free scoop of ice cream to anyone who has his or her "vote" sticker.

Shake Shack: Gobble up free fries with any purchase. (Yes, totally free. No additional purchase necessary.) To receive it, just show off your "I Voted" sticker.

Birch Coffee: Drink up a free drip coffee after presenting your "I Voted" sticker.

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Go vote - and then snag some free food or drink from local restaurants.

Miller's Ale House: Get a beer for a $1 if you say your sticker on Tuesday.

Nice Ride: The bike-sharing service is offering free or discounted rides to the polls with code BIKETOVOTE.

According to Fortune, about four in 10 eligible Americans vote in midterms, compared to six in 10 for presidential elections. Either show an "I Voted" sticker or redeem with the code "ivoted" in the chain's app.

Lyft is offering 50 percent off rides in NYC on Election Day.

Uber: You can get $10 off a single ride to the polls on Election Day.

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