It's here. Election Day. Tuesday, November 3rd you're going to go out and do your civic duty to be the change you want to see. Maybe you already did your part and you decided to vote early. No matter how you chose/choose to vote, it deserves a thank you... and a discount!

RetailMeNot gathered up some of the best the best deals, discounts, and freebies that different companies will be offering on Tuesday -- some that will even continue throughout the whole week.

Here are a list of businesses that will be celebrating Election Day with deals

Tuesday only get BOGO FREE any drink up to 24oz OR get $1 off any drink up to 24oz.

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop

Not only is it Election Day it's National Sandwich Day! Rewards app members will get the "Bobbie" sandwich for just $5, which is a Thanksgiving-inspired sandwich and was voted the "Greatest Sandwich in America."


Get a $5 Presidente Margarita for dine-in or to-go orders.


Teamed up with restaurants to offer free delivery and/or discounts on orders such as Red Lobster, P.F. Chang's, Burger King, BurgerFi, and California Pizza Kitchen.


"Drive the Vote" promo gets you one free day of rental if you pick up the car on the 3rd. Must at least have two complete days of renting. Use promo code 210350 when making your reservation.

Jimmy John's

BOGO 50% when you purchase an 8- or 16-inch sandwich through November 8th. Use promo code RMN at checkout.

Krispy Kreme

Visit a Krispy Kreme location and get a free Original glazed doughnut and one of the shops own "I Voted" sticker. No proof or purchase necessary to get your free doughnut.


"Ride the Vote" and get 50% off one ride up to $10 to any polling location or dropbox. Use code 2020VOTE when requesting your ride.

Work off election stress with a free workout and free hydromassage. Valid at all locations through November 8th.


"Get Out the Vote" offers 50% off rides roundtrip (to and from) polling place up $7 each way or $14 total.

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