Knolla's Pizza, several Wichita locations: Get a free cooking with a sticker. Bring your "I Voted" sticker and a valid voter card and go to the gym for free.
And for all those 500,000 early voters, you don't need an "I Voted" sticker to enjoy them.
Uber: You can get $10 off a single ride to the polls on Election Day.
Toby's Estate: Show off your "I Voted" sticker and get $1 off a drip coffee.
Free coffee is aplenty on Election Day. However, if you haven't made it to the polls yet, you've got one more chance because November 6 is Election Day.
Flash an "I Voted" sticker on Tuesday, and you can get free French fries (at Shake Shack), a free cookie (at Potbelly Sandwich Shop), and take advantage of many other deals (often with a qualifying purchase required).
As noted by Nation's Restaurant News, while offering free food (or any kind of free goods) to incentivize voting in political elections is illegal, many businesses swerve potential repercussions by extending Election Day promotions to any customers who request them, not just those sporting an "I Voted" sticker.
Lime: Enter the code LIME2VOTE18 and unlock the Lime fleet of e-scooters from a free ride to and from voting locations.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop is giving out a free cookie with any order.
Palm Beach Zoo: Get free entry with a voting sticker on Tuesday. Just tell them you voted, or use coupon code #5253.
There will also be a Party at the Polls at O'Donnell Square Park from 4 p.m.to 7 p.m. Customers can either present their official "I Voted" sticker from the polls, or sign a pledge to vote at the counter.