Companies Offering A Host Of Freebies To Taxed Consumers
You've filed your taxes, now it's time to treat yourself.
With the April 15th deadline just hours away, businesses around the U.S. are getting ready to offer a long list of tax-day freebies.
These deals will look especially good to you, if you owe Uncle Sam money this year.
Arby's is giving away snack-sized orders of its curly fries, when you print a coupon from the company's website.
At California Tortilla, you can get free chips and queso by saying the secret password "taxes schmaxes."
Some places require a little more labor though.
Hard Rock Cafe will give you a free dinner, but only after you perform a song on stage; in front of the entire restaurant.
As a tribute to the 10-40 form, you can get 13 bagels and two tubs of cream cheese at Bruegger's Bagels for $10.40. Or two rotisserie chicken meals at Boston Market, for the same price.
If the freebies you prefer are of the liquid-variety, BLT Restaurant and Bar locations are offering half-off alcoholic beverages on Tuesday.
Fast food chain Sonic is offering the same deal, on soft drinks and slushes.
Once you fill up on all that food and drink, relaxation will probably sound pretty good.
Hydromassage is offering free 10-15 minute massages with a printed coupon. Or if you prefer to stay home, mypillow.com is offering 25% off all purchases on April 15th.