Cheyenne Hot Spots For Tax Day Freebies
April 15th was on a Saturday, so with taxes due at the end of the 18th this year, you can score some free food and other benefits from some generous businesses that are participating. This information is sourced nationally from indicated sites, so check before you go.
Some Arby’s locations are offering free curly fries on April 18, with no purchase necessary. Call in advance to make sure.
On April 18, you can walk into any Cinnabon and get two Classic Bites, for free—and there’s no purchase or coupon required.
Some McDonalds are offering free small fries, hamburgers for 59 cents, even Big Macs for a penny (when you buy one at regular price).
Participating Boston Markets are offering a discounted Tax Day meal. For $10.40, you can get a half-chicken individual meal with two sides, cornbread, a regular fountain soda, and a cookie.
That could be a bonus for those heading to Fort Collins, as could
Schlotzsky's: Get a free small "The Original" sandwich on Tuesday with the purchase of chips and a medium drink.
Forbes says: Noodles & Company’s "File Online, Order Online" offer gives those who file their taxes digitally (and those who don’t!) $4 off any $10 purchase placed through order.noodles.com using the code "TAXDAY17" at checkout.
Chili's: Get $6 blueberry and pineapple margaritas at participating locations all day. No coupon is required, just ask your server for this special offer.
Office Depot: Shred up to five pounds of documents, including tax records, for free through April 29 at Office Depot and OfficeMax stores with a printable coupon available at www.officedepot.com/shredding.
Sonic Drive-In: Get half-price cheeseburgers on Tax Day. Limit five per customer at participating locations.
Hooters: Kids 12 and younger eat free with an adult purchase of $10 or more for each free kids meal. Some locations have this dine-in-only deal Saturday through Tuesday and others have it only Tuesday. Find participating locations here.