HOUSTON, TX — So you might be completely and totally stressed out about how much money you owe in taxes this year, but at least you can get a free burger on April 15.
In order to ease Tax Day’s annual blow to American citizens, a slew of restaurant chains are serving up free and discounted foods on today. Not to mention some businesses will shred your documents for free.
Hard Rock Cafe will give you a free Local Legendary Burger, but first you have to literally sing for your supper — specifically, an entire rock song (lyrics will be provided) onstage. Worth it?
Pizza Hut is offering free pies … sort of. You have to file a “P-2″ form, which asks you, among other questions, to calculate your “Net Pizza Consumption” and submit it for a chance to receive Pizza Hut gift cards in the amount of your net pizza return.
Sonic is offering half-price cheeseburgers all day.
Schlotzsky’s will give away one free small original sandwich (packed with ham, salami, cheddar, black olives and more) per customer with the purchase of a 32-ounce drink and a bag of chips.
Boston Market fans can grab two meals for the price of one, whether it be a whole sandwich, salad bowl or other entree option.
Baskin Robbins Treat yourself and someone else to ice cream from Baskin Robbins! Print out or show the online coupon to get BOGO free ice cream cones.
Corner Bakery Cafe Stop by Corner Bakery Cafe for lunch or dinner on Tax Day, and they’ll throw in a twisted lemon hand pie or any other sweet treat for free. Just show the online coupon to get the deal.
Great American Cookies The national gourmet cookie shop is continuing its annual Tax Day freebie tradition by offering a free regular sugar cookie to customers who stop by participating stores on Wednesday. You don’t need to show proof of completed taxes, and there’s no purchase necessary.
Staples Take up to 5 lbs of documents to Staples and they will shred them for free. Just show the online coupon to get the deal.
Office Depot To save those precious pennies and rid yourself of that pile of paperwork after the ordeal, you can shred 2 lbs. of documents for free at your local Office Depot or Office Max.