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Tax day deals and freebies

Arby’s is doing its part to help you get through Tax Weekend. They’re offering free curly fries to customers. You must print a coupon from Arby’s Facebook page and bring it to any Arby’s location during regular business hours today on April 15th.

P.F. Chang’s: The upscale full-service Chinese food chain is giving diners a 15 percent discount on April 18.
“The special one-day deal encourages P.F. Chang’s diners across the country to celebrate the end of tax season with extra savings,” the company said. The promotion applies to every dine in and take-out order. The discount is not valid with alcoholic beverages or Happy Hour food and beverage items. Warrior Card holders will receive 15% off their food purchases, instead of the regular 10% discount, the company said.

McCormick & Schmick Seafood Restaurants: The seafood chain will offer two different deals Friday, April 15 and Monday, April 18. On Friday: Happy Hour diners will receive a restaurant voucher valued at $10.40. On Monday, the restaurant will be serving $10.40 entrees and drink specials in the bar as well as handing out $10.40 certificates. Click for the SCOOP!

Hooters: Buy 10 wings and get 10 more for free at Hooters on April 18. The offer is good on boneless and traditional wings and is good for dine in only.
Subway: On Monday, April 18, diners can buy one footlong, and get the other one free. The offer is valid for all footlong subs, including premium, double meat and everyday $5 value footlongs. One per customer.

Some McDonald’s stores will offer a free small soft drink or coffee for any customer on the 18th.

Dish Network and DirecTV customers will get free HBO Friday through Monday.

Cinnabon: Anyone who stops by between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. can get two free “cinnamon bites.” If you know how to Tweet, you can also enter the store’s Twitter contest by explaining how “Cinnabon put frosting on a crazy or stressful day you’ve had” in 140 characters or less for a chance to win a $100 Cinnabon gift card. (Follow and tag @CinnabonInc and see for details.)

Maggie Moo’s Ice Cream and Treatery brings back a Sundae Stimulus plan from 3 to 6 p.m. Customers can get a free mini ice cream sundae

IHOP: Every day in April—not just Tax Day itself—children age 12 and under eat for free, as long as their parents purchase an adult entrée. (One free kid meal per adult entrée, between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.) The kids’ menu features macaroni and cheese, pancakes, cheeseburgers, and other items, and all the meals come in at under 600 calories.

Office Depot: The supply store is offering free shredding (up to five pounds) as well as 25 pages of tax document copying at no charge. Just bring in this coupon before April 23.

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