DALLAS, TX — Tax season is stressful and potentially costly, but we think you (and your wallet) deserve a break. Below you’ll find a roundup of various Tax Day deals to help you unwind and save a buck while recovering from tax season. Whether you’re expecting a refund, mailing a check or completely lost to the idea of taxes, we hope you enjoy these deals. And who knows, maybe you can write them off next year.
One free "The Original" sandwich on Tuesday with the purchase of a medium fountain drink and chips.
One free medium sub with the purchase of a full-priced medium or large sub, chips and drink. Offer valid through Tuesday with this coupon.
Until Tuesday, receive one free order of Kickin’ Shrimp. Offer not valid with other discounts or promotions. Limit one coupon per table. Offer valid only at participating stores. Find your nearest Tony Roma’s restaurant here.
OfficeMax and Office Depot
Shred up to five pounds of paper for free through April 28 with this coupon.
Great American Cookies
Stop in your local store to get a free Cookies Cream Cookie at participating locations. Find your local store here.
Eat at Boston Market Tuesday and get a $10.40 Tax Day Special that includes a Half Chicken Individual Meal with two sides, cornbread, and a regular fountain beverage
Potbelly Sandwich Shop
Sign up for the sandwich shop’s app Tuesday to be awarded a free sandwich. (At least, until the shop has given away 75,000 sandwiches for the day.) If you’re already signed up, you’ll get a buy-one-get-one-free coupon in the app.
Chuck E. Cheese
Grab a large cheese pizza, get another for free on Tuesday.
This one isn’t necessarily a Tax Day Special, but it’s fun nonetheless. Applebee’s is offering $1 margaritas all month long.
Get half-priced cheeseburgers for Tax Day — no coupon required.
Download Baskin Robbins’ mobile app for $2 off a large Cappuccino Blast and buy-one-get-one-free $0.99 ice cream cones. This deal continues through the end of April.
Get a free HydroMassage between April 14 and April 21 with this coupon.
We’ve included this one because tax month coincides with National Park Week. Starting April 21, enjoy free admission to the country’s national parks.
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