Your ‘I Voted’ sticker can get you some freebies on Election Day

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – On this Election Day you can vote and reward yourself with several places giving out freebies and discounted items.

Krispy Kreme: Reward members will get two dozen doughnuts for $13 with an email coupon Tuesday and Wednesday. Customers can pick either two dozen original glazed doughnuts or one dozen glazed and one dozen assorted.

Rubio’s Coastal Grill: All guests will receive an “I Taco’d” sticker in honor of Election Day. Guests can also get an Original Fish Taco paired with any Mexican or craft beer for $5 or choose an à la carte option such as a $2 Fish Taco Especial or a $1.75 Original Fish Taco on Tuesday.

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Posted by Rubio's on Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Blaze Pizza: Get free delivery for any order placed on the Blaze Pizza app Tuesday. Delivery available at participating locations.

Shake Shack: If customers a use the code “ivoted” or show voting sticker at any Shake Shack spot, it’ll get them free french fries with any purchase Tuesday.

Chameleon Cold Brew: The company is offering a voucher for a free 10-ounce cold brew if you post a selfie with an “I voted” sticker. Just tag @chameleoncoldbrew and use #fuelthevote

Corner Bakery Café: Free coffee is being offered to voters who show stickers at any Corner Bakery Cafe location across 26 states.

Also several transportation services are offering free or discounted rides.

Uber: Uber is offering $10 off a single ride to the polls on Election Day. Just remember to download the most recent version of the Uber app and enter the promo code VOTE2018.

Lyft: Riders are providing 50 percent off or up to $5 off rides across the country and free rides for those in underserved communities “that face significant obstacles to transportation.” To get a discount, enter your zip code on Lyft’s partner, Buzzfeed’s website.

Lime: Just use the code LIME2VOTE18 to unlock the Lime fleet of shared bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters for a free ride to and from polling locations. The code lasts up to 30 minutes.

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