(NEXSTAR) – After a year that brought a pandemic, a stock market crash, social disruption and ongoing natural disasters, 2020 voters can’t be judged for indulging a little after casting their ballots.
Anyone who stops by a U.S. store can get a free glazed donut and an “I Voted” sticker.
As part of the online food delivery service’s campaign to “Delivery Your Voice,” come Nov. 3 customers can save $3 on their $18+ order from Burger King.
Grubhub is urging customers to “keep a lookout for other perks nearby from restaurants.
Stariting on Election Day, McDonald’s is giving away one of its three new McCafe items free with a purchase of a hot or iced coffee on orders placed through its app. The promotion runs until November 9.
Wendy’s is offering a free Classic Chicken Sandwich with any purchase until November 8.
Car rental company Hertz will help voters get to the polls by offering customers a free car on Election Day from participating locations. The deal is only on offer for people who book a vehicle for at least two days, starting on November 2nd or 3rd. Customers need to use the code 210350; see more details here.
“We want to make it easier for people to exercise their right to vote – especially those who need safe and reliable transportation,” said Laura Smith, Hertz Executive Vice President of Global Marketing and Customer Experience. “We’re happy to provide local and convenient mobility options to the communities we serve on Election Day.”
The ride-share company is offering 50% off rides on Election Day to help get you to the polling station. Use the code 2020VOTE to take advantage of the deal, which applies to ride costs up to $10. The code is also good for bike and scooter rides in select cities.
Uber is also pledging to help get out the vote and is partnering with Pizza to the Polls to deploy a fleet of over 250 food trucks across 25 cities “to deliver free food and good vibes.” The trucks will be on the road from Vote Early Day on Oct. 24 through Election Day.
“We know that in 2016, 14% of eligible voters noted transportation as a barrier to voting, the company said in a statement. “That’s why we’re helping people find their polling locations.”
The ride-share app says it will also be giving 50% off roundtrip rides to and from the polls, utilizing an in-app poll finding feature, with up to $14 total discount in both directions. The deal also applies to bikes and scooters.