Kiplinger's has done the work for us, rounding up tax day deals and freebies! Notice many start before Tuesday, and there are more here. You've done your duty, now treat yourself!
Arby’s—the fast-food chain is offering a free value size order of curly fries again this year. You’ll need a coupon that you can download from arbys.com a few days prior to April 15.
Boston Market—the fast-casual restaurant chain is offering two individual meals, each including a half rotisserie chicken with a choice of two home style sides and freshly baked cornbread, for $10.40 (as in IRS Form 1040). No coupon required.
California Tortilla—mention the secret password, “taxes, shmaxes,” when you place your order on Tax Day at the fast-casual Mexican chain and you’ll be rewarded with free queso and chips. A purchase is required. You can also substitute salsa for queso.
Hard Rock Café—musically talented (or low inhibition)? You can take the stage at Hard Rock Cafes across America and earn a free dinner entrée by completing a whole song in front of the entire restaurant.
HydroMassage—HydroMassage is offering a free massage “experience” on its user-controlled massage beds. You have to download a coupon and call ahead for availability. The freebie is good April 14-18.
Office Depot—Office Depot is letting customers shred up to 5 pounds of tax records (or anything else) for free through April 29 with this coupon.
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt—customers can fill up their cup with froyo and toppings for only $4.15 (as in April 15) via a coupon that will be posted on Orange Leaf’s Facebook page. The chain says that amounts to approximately 50 percent off the regular price, depending on how much froyo and toppings a customer typically chooses.
Schlotzky’s—if you buy a 32-ounce fountain drink and a bag of chips, the deli-sandwich chain will give you a small “The Original” sandwich for free. No coupon required. In case you’re not familiar with the Schlotzky’s menu, “The Original” consists of ham, two kinds of salami, three types of cheese and an assortment of fixing.