On Tax Day People Benefit from Deals and Freebies

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On Tax Day, many companies and restaurant offer freebies and great deals.

Tax Day brings some benefits, coming with a lot of deals and freebies. These deals vary from discounted beverages and several meals to free access to paper shredding for a few minutes to let off some steam. On April 22, all HydroMassage locations are bound to offer free massages for the ninth annual Tax Week promotion of the company.

On April 22, people celebrate Tax Day

This fantastic deal is available in all 1,300 HydroMassage locations nationwide, letting customers benefit from a treat on their user-controlled massage beds. On Tax Day, there are many other companies and restaurants which offer deals. For instance, at Bob Evans, people could get 30% off of their dinners or takeaway orders if they hurry up to get a coupon from www.bobevans.com/taxday. The Boston Market offers a $10.40 Tax Day Special which consists of a half-chicken meal with cornbread and two sides, a cookie, and a fountain drink.

To get that deal, customers will not need any coupon. The Bruegger’s Bagels offers a $3.50 discount for all Big Bagel Bundles at their participating locations. To sign up for the coupon, customers should access this link. The restaurant called California Tortilla offers free queso and chips for any purchase after the customers say the password which is “tax church.”

Many restaurants offer great deals, offering delicious meals and drinks

At Chili’s people could benefit from $6 pineapple and blueberry margaritas at all participating location on April 22. Customers will not need a coupon, and they will need to ask the server about the special offer of the day. The fast-food restaurant Firehouse Subs offers a free medium sub for any customer who purchases a large or a medium sub, a drink and chips from Tuesday to Thursday. The printable coupon is available on the Facebook page of the restaurant.

The cookie shop Great American Cookies offers a free Birthday Cake Cookie on Tax Day to customers who pass by one of their participating locations. Apparently, customers do not need to fill in a coupon or to have a proof of completed taxes. At Hooters, children younger than 12 can eat for free only with an adult purchase of at least $10. Some of their locations serve only dine-in deals from Saturday to Tuesday while other serve it only on Tuesday.

At Hot Dog on a Stick, customers receive a free Original Turkey Dog on a Stick without a proof of completed taxes. After paying for all your taxes on Tax Day, you are free to enjoy yourself at any of these restaurants.

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