How and Where to Get Free Food on Election Day

Here are the best steals and deals, from Krispy Kreme to White Castle, just for participating in your American civic duty
Stars and stripes and free food forever.


Stars and stripes and free food forever.

Today our entire nation votes to change the political course of America. And if choosing between red and blue isn’t exciting enough for you, then keep scrolling below for free food deals on Election Day. Many chain restaurants are giving out free and discounted food in exchange for “I Voted” stickers. Cast your ballot like a true patriot and walk away with a full stomach. It’s a win-win situation, unlike the forthcoming nail-biting results.

Krispy Kreme: Get one free doughnut if you show off your “I Voted” sticker.

7-Eleven: Get a free cup of coffee at participating locations, only through the 7-Eleven app.

Hard Rock Café: Show your sticker and get a free dessert with the purchase of two entrées.

White Castle: Get a free gallon of iced tea by typing “USA” into the promo code section when you order a Crave Case online.

World of Beer: Rock the vote and get any beer for just $1 at all participating locations.

Bob Evans: Get 30 percent off your entire order, today only.

Firehouse Subs: Exchange your “I Voted” sticker for a free medium drink.

Nando’s Peri Peri: Free side with the purchase of an entrée.

Nestle Toll House Cookie: Exchange your “I Voted” sticker for a free chocolate chip cookie.

Great American Cookies: Get a free cookie when you bring along an “I Voted” sticker.

Noodles & Company: Vote for your favorite macaroni and cheese on their website and be gifted a “Buy One, Get One” to try out both.

Chuck E. Cheese: Tell them you voted and you’ll get a free personal pepperoni pizza when you buy any other pizza.

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Bertucci’s: Free cannoli with purchase on an entrée on Election Day.