All the Places You Can Get Free Food for Voting on Election Day

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After you’re done Instagramming the little “I Voted” sticker, head to one (or all) of the following places to claim your prize.

This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com.

Regardless of whether you vote Democrat or Republican, we suggest you at leastvote, because #freefood.

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While most people have been waiting all year for the election to just be over already, we’re looking at Tuesday as a day to rejoice and eat your way back to comfort.

After you’re done Instagramming the little “I Voted” sticker, head to one (or all) of the following places to claim your prize. From glazed donuts to chocolate chip cookies, you might not even care who wins after entering a food coma.

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Krispy Kreme

Show your sticker that says you voted and the donut joint will give you a free donut.

7-Eleven

Get a free coffee when you use the chain’s mobile app on Election Day.

White Castle

Receive a free gallon of iced tea when you use the code “USA” at checkout when ordering a Crave Case online.

Bob Evans

Get 30 percent off your order with a coupon to be used exclusively on November 8.

Noodles & Company

After you vote for your favorite mac and cheese on the restaurant’s website, you will be granted a “Buy One, Get One” coupon.

Chuck E. Cheese’s

If school’s out and you need to entertain the kiddos after voting, Chuck E. Cheese will save you some dough. Tell them you voted or use coupon code #5253 and you can get one free personal pepperoni pizza with the purchase of another pizza.

Firehouse Subs

Show your “I Voted” sticker and get a medium beverage for — you guessed it — free.

Nestle Toll House Cafe By Chip

If you wear your sticker while ordering a cookie, your cookie will be free.

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