Whether you're stressed from filing your taxes at the eleventh hour or bummed that you had to dip into your vacation fund to pay the IRS, here's something to cheer you up: plenty of restaurants across the country are offering free food to help ease the pain. The offer is valid in-store only and can not be combined with other offers. You all should keep that in mind that in mind every year people from the all around the world celebrates the Tax day on 15 April but this time this is date is changed. Yes!
Bruegger's Bagels is offering the 10-40 bagel bundle.
Chuck E. Cheese's: At Chuck E Cheese's, buy one large pizza and get the next large pizza free between April 17-19.
Hardee's: Get a free sausage biscuit between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. local time. Stop by a participating Great American Cookies store on April 17 for a free Cookies & Cream Cookie.
Forbes put out a more in depth list, you can read that here.
Start April 17 off right with a delicious breakfast.
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Planet Fitness: From Saturday, April 14 - Saturday, April 21, members and non-members alike can use available HydroMassage chairs for some well-deserved (and free!) relaxation.
Is giving away free chips and queso on Tuesday! You can get 13 bagels for $10.40 in honor of the tax form 10-40.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop: If you sign up for Potbelly Perks you can receive a free sandwich on Tax Day.
Quiznos: Quiznos is giving you 10.40 percent off any sandwich or catering offer to new or current Toasty Points loyalty members at all of their US locations.