If you’re getting a refund, you’ve hopefully already filed your tax return. Why let the government keep that money any longer than you need to? If you’re a procrastinator, I hope you’ll make use of online tax software – I have reviews of TaxAct, TurboTax, and H&R Block at Home to help you decide. And to keep you fueled while burning the midnight oil, or to help you celebrate the fact that the nightmare is over, check out these Tax Day freebies!
Don’t Forgot to Enter My Giveaway
If you live near a McCormick & Schmick’s, enter my giveaway to win a $10.40 dining certificate. Simply comment on my earlier post, linked here, to enter. You can also eat in their bar for $10.40 on tax day, and walk away with a $10.40 dining certificate good for your next visit. Tax preparers get free dessert with your entrée on April 16.
Free Food for Tax Day
To keep you fueled up, there a giveaways for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Here’s your plan:
Start at Chick-Fil-A, which is giving away free mini biscuits from 6 to 10:30 AM.
Next, head to Dunkin Donuts where they will give you a free donut when you buy a cup of coffee.
At lunch, go to Taco Del Mar to get a free taco with the printable coupon.
Or, go to Boston Market with a friend and this coupon to snag the buy one get one free entrée deal. (Also great for dinner time.)
Need an afternoon pick-me-up? Head to Starbucks with your own travel mug to get free coffee.
Then, on the way home, stop at Maggie Moo’s for a free sample of their ice cream pizza between 3 and 7 PM.
Next, hit up Cinnabon between 6 and 8 PM for 2 free cupcake bites.
Finally, visit Jack in the Box on Friday, April 16, for a sample of their fries to round-out the festival of freebies.
Discovered any other tax day deals? Share the knowledge in the comments.