Here's how to score free stuff in Orlando on Election Day


  • Photo via 4Rivers
Don't throw away your "I Voted" sticker! There are quite a few Orlando deals to choose from for all you who've completed their civic duty.

4 Rivers Smokehouse
Wear your "I Voted" sticker on Election Day and get a free cupcake from their Sweet Shop.

Uber & Lyft
Hitch a free or discounted ride to the polls with Lyft and Uber. Don't know where your nearest polling station is? No problem. The apps will feature a "Get to the Polls" button to help voters find their polling place.

Luisa's Cellar
Your first drink is on them if you wear your "I Voted" sticker.

Miller's Ale House
Wear your "I Voted" sticker and your first beer is only $1.  Find participating locations here.

Black Rooster Taqueria
Wear your  "I Voted" to get 20 percent off your order.

Blue Bird Cupcakes
Your "I Voted" sticker gets also gets you 20 percent off your order.

Stardust Video & Coffee
Show your "I Voted" sticker for $2 off your first drink

Vegan Hot Dog Cart
Wear your "I Voted" sticker on Tuesday night and dogs are BOGO.

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