The Best Election Day and Voter Deals and Freebies for 2020
BeenVerified is a public data company that puts the power of information into the hands of customers. From November 1 through November 3, they are offering 25% off their people search platform which provides voters a resource to better understand their politicians and educate them on the information available for everyone running.
On November 3, Bobo’s, the brand that makes simple and delicious 100% oat bars and snacks, is offering 2,000 free bars for those who voted. All you have to do is provide your basic information and a photo of your “I Voted” Sticker to get a coupon for a free tasty snack to celebrate your patriotism. You can easily do that here!
Boston Market is treating voters with one free slider from 9 p.m. to close at all locations nationwide on November 3, no purchase necessary. This includes slider options such as their popular Chicken Cheddar, Turkey Cheddar, Chicken Chipotle and BBQ Meatloaf.
On Election Day (which happens to be National Sandwich Day), Capriotti’s is offering CAPAddicts reward app users a small Bobbie Sandwich for just $5. The Bobbie is Capriotti’s best-seller and was voted “Greatest Sandwich in America.” The fan-favorite sub is a Thanksgiving-inspired sandwich featuring homemade turkey that is roasted in-house daily and hand-shredded every morning, cranberry sauce, stuffing and mayo on a soft roll.
Capriotti’s has locations in Nevada, and is not nationwide.
Care.com has partnered with Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) to offer free childcare, so parents can vote safely and stress-free. From now until Election Day, parents can visit this landing page to reserve a four-hour spot for their children at one of the participating locations.
At this Mexican joint, you can get a $5 Presidente Margarita from October 20 through November 3. This is available for dine-in and to-go orders, plus you get a super cool Chili’s “I Voted” sticker!
This salad restaurant is offering a free meal to poll workers on Election Day. All you have to do is show proof that you’re an election worker in the form of a badge, pin or email confirmation. The offer is good for one free in-store entree, up to a $15 value.
This Mexican food chain is offering every election workers one free in-store entree, up to a $15 value, on Election Day. Proof that you’ve worked the polls must be shown to redeem the offer.
Enlightened, the ice cream store, is giving customers a coupon for free ice cream to anyone who mentions the word “vote” and tags @eatenlightened on their Instagram stories on November 3. They will also randomly select one person to win the grand prize — a year’s worth of free Enlightened desserts.
This deal isn’t confirmed yet, but they have said they will have a deal in 2020–which isn’t over yet! Last year, the deal was a free medium sub when. you buy a medium or large sub, chips and a drink.
Grubhub is partnering with big chain restaurants like Burger King, Red Lobster, California Pizza Kitchen, P.F. Chang’s and BurgerFi to help voters stay fed and hydrated. They’re offering free delivery and discounts with select restaurants.
- Free delivery on 7-Eleven and BurgerFi orders of $15+
- $3 off Burger King orders of $18+
- $10 off California Pizza Kitchen orders of $30+
- $5 off Pret A Manger orders $15+
- $5 off Wow Bao orders of $20+
- Free delivery on orders at Red Lobster of $25+
To help you get to the polls, Hertz is offering a “Drive the Vote” promo, which includes one free day when you pick up your car on either November 2 or November 3. You’ll have to complete at least a two-day rental from participating neighborhood locations to use this promo. Just use the code 210350 when reserving your car.
The popular sandwich shop is offering BOGO 50% off 8-inch or 16-inch sandwiches through November 8. Use the promo code RMN at checkout to get the deal online.
On November 3, visit a participating U.S. Krispy Kreme to get a free Original Glazed Doughnut. There is no proof of voting required for the freebie—anyone can enjoy the sweet treat. Plus, Krispy Kreme will also have “I Voted” stickers to give away because so many are missing out on that in-person badge of honor this year.
Lyft has been offering voters affordable access to the polls for a few years via their “Ride to Vote” initiative. On Election Day, Lyft is offering 50% off one ride up to $10 to any polling location or dropbox. Use the code 2020VOTE when you request a ride. For the first time, this offer also includes their bikes and scooters in select cities.
Lyft is also partnering with Sony Music Group and their artists and songwriters to help mobilize voters as part of their Your Voice, Your Power, Your Vote initiative, which offers resources about registering to vote and getting to designated polling locations in Houston and Miami, as well as to More Than A Vote arena polling locations.
When you join the free McAlister’s Rewards loyalty program and download their app, you’ll find a Buy One, Get One Free sandwich coupon added to your account on November 3.
Natural Grocers customers get a free chocolate bar, discounts on bacon, snack packs and de-stressing and relaxing products from their supplements and body care departments. Plus, they can enter a prize giveaway. Who doesn’t love a free chocolate bar?
Pizza innovator Pieology is celebrating everyone who votes in this upcoming election with a new national “You Vote, You Pie” Reward that celebrates individuality and freedom. From November 1 to November 3, locations across the United States will be offering an Election Day 2020 Bundle deal: two 11-inch ‘Create Your Own’ pizzas and a shareable dessert for $20.20.
They are also asking customers to vote on their favorite premium crust: Original Thin, PieRise Thick, Cauliflower or Gluten-Free. They will be rewarding all users who vote on their social media platforms with a special offer. And five random winners from the comments will receive a free 2020 Bundle!
This election day, Seamless is teaming up with Chobani to create a special deal for New York City-area poll workers. Starting October 28, they will be giving up to 1,000 poll workers $40 to be used towards their next Seamless meal after working at the polls. You can enter your poll worker code for redemption until November 11 at perksforpollworkers.com. Just submit an email along with a photo of your official New York City poll worker badge.
Uber’s “Get Out the Vote” initiative has been around for a bit, but in 2020 they’re amping it up. Their food delivery service, Uber Eats, is working with Pizza to the Polls to deliver free food to 25 cities across the country between October 24 and November 3. Plus, Uber is offering 50% off round-trip rides to and from the polls—up to $7 each way or $14 round-trip—for cars, bikes and scooters. Also, the Uber app has a new feature that will help users find their correct polling location. Very cool!