Taxes done? Celebrate with Tax Day freebies and discounts

Firehouse Subs has a Tax Day discount in the Bay Area among other businesses

Firehouse Subs has a Tax Day discount in the Bay Area among other businesses

It's Tax Day! But you don't have to dread it.

Most of the deals are available at participating locations only, while supplies last so it is a good idea to check ahead of time. A coupon will be available on Planet Fitness' website once the promotion is live. Guests can claim this deal by visiting You'll need to make an appointment for non-Planet Fitness locations. Depending on the demand, massages may be limited to 10 minutes.

Boston Market: Get a half chicken individual meal, two sizes, a drink and a cookie for $10.40.

Get two full size items for $9.99 with this coupon.

Get a big bundle of bagels and two tubs of cream cheese for $10.40 at Bruegger's Bagels with this coupon.

Chili's: is serving its blueberry and pineapple margaritas all day on Tuesday for $6. Just show up and ask for your freebie.

Great American Cookies: Stop by and get a free chocolate chip cookie.

But, there is some good news amid the tax return blues.

Hooters: Kids 12 and younger eat free with an adult purchase of $10 or more for each free kids meal. The deal runs from Tuesday through Thursday. Find participating locations here. No purchase is required.

Hungry Howie's: From April 17 to19, when you buy a large one-topping pizza at regular price, get a medium one-topping pizza for 15 cents with the promo code TAXTIME, according to the Hungry Howie's official Facebook page. Offer varies at participating taverns, where legal.

Capriotti's - Upgrade free from a small sandwich to a medium size at Capriotti's on Tuesday. Philadelphia, New Jersey, and DE are offering $1 off Big Macs.

On Tax Day, you can buy a Big Mac or Quarter Pounder for just a penny when you purchase one at regular price at select McDonald's locations. Whether guests are expecting a refund or just finished filing with Uncle Sam, WOB wants to help relieve the weight of the season by inviting guests to enjoy a cold one at locations across the country. Maybe you'll snag free dinner, treats, and even a massage on April 18 once the dreaded deed is done.

Noodles & Company: Offering $4 off online orders of $10 or more with the code TAXDAY17 from April 12 to April 18. Office Depot and Office Max is offering five pounds of free shredding.

Sonic Drive-In: Single-patty cheeseburgers will be half-priced all day on April 18, with no limit per customer.

Staples: Shred up to 2 pounds of unwanted paper for free.

World of Beer - World of Beer is giving customers a free beer. Lots of our favorite stores and restaurants are once again offering a selection of free food and experiences in the run-up to April 18.

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