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10 ways to get free cookies, cheap bagels and more food deals on tax day


SheKnows Editorial

It comes but once a year, but you don’t have to go hungry after paying your taxes on April 18. These food deals will keep your tummy and your wallet happy, whether you’re saving your return for something special or had to shell out the big bucks.

1. Free sandwich at Schlotzsky’s Deli

Buy a 32 oz. drink and bag of chips, get a small The Original® sandwich for free at Schlotzsky’s on tax day.

2. Free cookies at Great American Cookie

For the fourth year in a row, customers can get a free chocolate chip cookie at Great American Cookie on April 18.

3. Discounted bagels at Bruegger’s

Take advantage of Bruegger’s Bagels’ annual Big Bagel Bundle special — two tubs of cream cheese and a baker’s dozen of bagels for $10.40 — from April 15 to 18. Get your Bruegger’s Bagels coupon online.

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4. 18 percent off at Buca di Beppo

Get a coupon for 18 percent off your meal on April 18 at Buca di Beppo.

5. Kids eat free at Noodles & Company

Kids can eat free with the purchase of one entree at Noodles & Company on tax day. They’re also offering a coupon for $4 off online orders of $10 or more with code TAXDAY, from April 11 to 18.

6. $10.40 meal deal at Boston Market

Get a half-chicken individual meal with two sides, cornbread, a beverage and a cookie for $10.40 at Boston Market on April 18.

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7. Sing for your supper at Hard Rock Cafe

Sing a song on stage at the Hard Rock Cafe on April 18, and get a Legendary Burger for free.

8. Free fries at Jack in the Box

Get a free medium Curly Fries at Jack in the Box with any menu item purchase through April 18.

9. Free shaved ice at Kona Ice

Get free shaved ice on Kona Ice’s “National Chill Out Day,” which falls on tax day every year.

10. Free dessert at Tony Roma’s

Sign up for Tony Roma’s email club and get a coupon for free dessert on April 18.

More: 9 commonly overlooked tax deductions you can’t afford to miss

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