‘I Voted’ stickers can mean more than a ballot on Election Day
While it’s called a “civic duty,” having the freedom to vote is reason enough for some companies to celebrate on Election Day.
Some national and local companies are offering deals and freebies for Alaskans who voted, and for most, all you need is that blue sticker:
- BurgerFi – The normally pricier “Conflict Burger” is available for $5 at Anchorage locations when you show off your “I Voted” sticker.
- Chuck E. Cheese – Using the code “5253” or telling your waiter you voted can score you a free personal pepperoni pizza with any other pizza purchase.
- YMCA – Parents will be able to drop their kids off at the YMCA while they vote, as part of a nationwide effort called “Zoe’s Kids Day Out.” Check with your nearest YMCA for further details.
- Spenard Roadhouse – Staff confirmed a free plate of tater tots awaits those who come in with their “I Voted” stickers.
- Kaladi Brothers Coffee – Polls opened at 7 a.m., and Kaladis is offering a free 12 ounce cup of coffee for those early risers and anyone else with voting stickers.
- Nestle Toll House Cafe – Voters can pick up a free chocolate chip cookie with a voting sticker.
Note: Krispy Kreme announced a free donut for voters who stop by on Election Day, but the Anchorage location is not participating.
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