Free food on Election Day...but you must vote first

If you needed another reason to vote, national and local brands are offering free food and services to people wearing an I voted sticker.

Cast your vote and then reward yourself.

Several businesses are celebrating the right to vote by giving out free food on Nov. 8, election day.


Marco's Pizza is giving away a voucher for a free medium 1-topping pizza.

“With all the campaigning finally coming to an end, we thought voters needed a free pizza,” said Cathy Hull, chief marketing officer at Marco’s Pizza.

All locations in Metro-Atlanta are participating. Go to and 'vote' for Marcos to receive a voucher.


Krispy Kreme is giving a free doughnut of choice to anyone wearing a sticker indicating they voted. The offer is only valid on Nov. 8.

*In Georgia, the Macon and Warner Robins locations are not participating.


Bob Evans: Get 30% off your entire dine-in or carryout order with this coupon.

Great American Cookies

Show your "I voted" sticker and get a free regular cookie at participating locations on Nov. 8.

More Freebies

7-Eleven:  On Election Day, 7-Eleven customers can get a free cup of coffee at participating shops. The deal is available through the 7-Eleven mobile app, which is available in the App Store or Google Play.

Zipcar: On election night, over 7,000 Zipcars across the country will be free in order to #DRIVEtheVOTE. Members can reserve the vehicles starting at 9 a.m., November 3 up to Election Day and can be reserved online or through the mobile app. The cars are free from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. local time so members can "zip to the polls during the last few hours."

Gold's Gym: Bring a valid "I voted" sticker and get free access to your local Gold's Gym on Election Day free of charge. Find locations here.

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