All of the cheap food deals available for Tax Day


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Wake up, America - it's Tax Day! That's right, the last day to file your federal and state tax returns to the man are upon us which apparently calls for some of our  favorite chain restaurants and stores to offer up deals because the filing is so stressful (is it though? Who can say.) 


So wether you are using TurboTax or you just give all your stuff to your parents and have them do it because you refuse to grow up, go out and grab some grub and celebrate that you'll hopefully getting some money back. Apologies if you owe - such a buzzkill. 

Sonic Drive-In: Single-patty cheeseburgers are half off on April 18.

Noodles and Company: $4 off any online order of $10 with promo code TAXDAY on April 18. And free kids meal with a purchase of an adult meal.  

Chili's: $5 margaritas on April 18. 

Boston Market: A half chicken individual meal with 2 sides, cornbread, a cookie and a fountain drink for $10.40. 

Planet Fitness: Free HydroMessage for members and non-members until April 22 with coupon. 

Staples and Office Max: Free shredding of 5 pounds of documents on April 18. (Very convenient) 

Arby's: Get two Arby's Gyros for $6 until the end of the month. 

Buca di Beppo: Save 18% off your meal by downloading this coupon from their website on April 18.

Outback Steakhouse: Get 15% off your meal April 18 from this online coupon.


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