With more than $330 billion in tax refunds being sent out by the Internal Revenue Service, many restaurants are trying to take advantage of this additional money in taxpayers’ hands by offering discounts and freebies on April 18th. Here’s a summary of what you can find around the country in tax day deals.
The tax day deal at Boston Market gets a half-chicken meal for $10.40, priced in honor of the form taxpayers need to fill out. Regular price is $11.77. For the tax day deal at Outback Steakhouse, you need to go to their website and print out the 15 percent off coupon which will be good on April 18th. You can also get the Outback coupon on their mobile app.
If you are looking for good beverage tax day deals, check out the BLT Prime in New York, Charlotte, Washington, D.C. Waikiki or White Plains, NY, or the Trump National Doral resort in Miami restaurants. On April 18th, drinks will be half price.
You can get a free sandwich from Schlotzky’s. The tax day deal is getting a free small Original sandwich when you buy a bag of chips and a 32 oz. drink. Plus, fans will be awarded prizes if they upload a picture of their sandwich to Instagram or Twitter using #TaxDayBites as the hashtag.
Plenty of discounted burgers are part of the tax day deals. Stop in at a Hard Rock Café that is participating in the deal and sing some karaoke outside the restaurant. You must be 18 or over but those who participate get a free Legendary Burger that would otherwise cost $17.95. In Ohio, some locations in Cincinnati and Dayton are doing a buy a Quarter Pounder or Big Mac and get the second for 18 cents. In Toledo, the offer is only for Quarter Pounders. And Sonic Drive-in is offering a single-patty cheeseburger for half price.