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All the Places You Can Get Good Deals on Food for Tax Day

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Americans might not agree on everything in this day and age, but we can all agree that taxes are no fun. The word alone conjures up images of perplexing paperwork and induces a boatload of stress. And unless you’re entitled to a big refund, Tax Day is a real bummer for everyone.

While it’s important to do your income taxes correctly to save money, you’re also entitled to some serious self-care after the traumatic ordeal. We’re not talking spas and naps, though they are always welcomed. But for the foodie at heart, you should treat yourself to the best desserts or even a tall, cold one.

From BOGO offers to straight up freebies, we’re got a list of all the restaurant chains that have your needs covered for Tax Day on April 17.

Boston Market: Dine in and purchase the $10.40 Tax Day Meal Special, which includes a half-chicken individual meal with two sides, cornbread and a regular fountain beverage. While supplies last.

Sonic Drive-In: On April 17, get half-price cheeseburgers for all your Americana love from 5 p.m. local time to closing.

Bruegger’s Bagels: Only through April 17, get a Big Bagel Bundle for $10.40 with a downloadable coupon at participating locations.

Kona Ice: The company’s shaved ice trucks will be parked near post offices and tax prep centers for its annual “no taxation without relaxation” giveaway, on April 17 this year to hand out free shaved ice cups for everyone.

Applebee’s: Nothing says celebrating Tax Day quite like alcohol! Get $1 margaritas, which the chain calls the Dollarita, through April 30.

Great American Cookies: While supplies last, the cookie company is giving away a free cookies-and-cream cookie at participating locations, limit one per customer.

Hot Dog on a Stick: Get one free original turkey or veggie dog per customer at participating locations. No purchase or “proof of completed taxes” required.

Schlotzsky’s: The beloved sandwich shop is once again offering its signature sandwich, “The Original” free, with the purchase of chips and a medium drink only on Tax Day.

Hungry Howie’s: On April 15-17 for online carryout orders only, get a one-topping medium pizza for 15 cents with the purchase of a one-topping large pizza at regular menu price. Use code 18TAXDAY.

Hot Dog on a Stick: Stomp away your tax stress because all customers get a free Original Turkey Dog, no purchase necessary, on April 17.

Tony Roma’s: Kick away the troubles of accounting and finances by heading to Tony Roma’s for some kickin’ shrimp! See below for more details.

Cinnabon: If you’re crazy about Cinnabon like we are, some bakery locations are offering not one, but two free Cinnabon bites on April 17.

Firehouse Subs: The sandwich chain is offering customers a free sub with the purchase of a medium or large sub, chips, and a drink from April 17 to 19 with this coupon.

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Where will you be celebrating Tax Day this Tuesday? Let us know in the comments below.

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