If You Need More Incentive To Vote…

Or perhaps, better to say, if you’d like a big “Thank You” for voting, many places around town will honor your civic duty and your “I Voted” sticker with freebies and discounts tomorrow. 

UPDATE (11/4):  I just read in Daily Variety via the AP that Starbucks is giving a way a tall brewed coffee to anyone who asks and Ben and Jerry’s is giving away free scoops from 5-8pm!

Big thanks to Thrillist for this list.

Krispy Kreme will offer a free star spangled donut to all who come in with their sticker.

OBurger will give you free organic fries or cookies with the purchase of a burger.

If you feel the need for a drink tomorrow night (whether in celebration or just sheer relief that November 4th has finally come) Colorado Wine Company (in Pasadena) will offer 50% of selected reds and whites.

Amoeba Music will be handing out $2 gift certificates.

Tart Restaurant is offering free desserts for all comers with their I Voted stickers. They are also offering discounted drinks and a special election night menu.

Chrisophe Salon wants you to look good no matter what the outcome. They are giving 50% off gift-certificates and on the spot services.

Get your vote on early to get this deal: If you need to gird your loins in the middle of the day, Pink Taco is offering a free well-shot of tequila and three free pink tacos at lunch.

At Pitfire Pizza you can choose between either an “Edison Ale” or a McCain/Obama specialty soda. They have a special election night menu and are having a drawing to win a pair of “Vote Shoes” by Tom’s Shoes.

At the O’Neill flagship store in Anaheim (I know I know, not LA, but I’m including LA-adjacent in this post…) you can get 25% of most clothes in the store.

Ask your local favorite retailer if they are doing anything to say “thanks for voting”!

3 thoughts on “If You Need More Incentive To Vote…”

  1. Vroman’s is offering a 10% discount for showing your I voted sticker.

    As for awesome, I would say awesome is vote at 7am on the dot then spend the day phonebanking to get out the vote for Obama and Prop R in L.A. county.

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