Tax Day procrastination got you down? Bummed about owing Uncle Sam more tax money than you thought? Never fear -- here are some Tax Day freebies and deals to help pick you up again.
-- Seattle's Best Coffee (a Starbucks brand) is offering free coffee to the first 100,000 people to claim their "Coffee Refund" on Facebook. Go here for free Seattle's Best Coffee.
-- SONIC restaurants are having "Happy Hour All Day on Tax Day." During SONIC's Happy Hour, which is usually 2-4 p.m. daily, fountain drinks and slushes are at half price, so this will be in effect all day on Tuesday.
-- Chili's Grill & Bar is offering guests a "tax Break" via a free appetizer or dessert with the purchase of an adult entree, Monday, April 16 through Wednesday, April 18. The catch is that customers must have the special "tax day coupon" in order to take part in the offer. Email Club members (join at http://eclub.chilis.com), Facebook fans, and Twitter followers will receive the coupon, according to the company, which can either be printed or displayed to their server via smart phone.
-- HydroMassage is offering free massages between April 16 and April 20. For your the nearest HydroMassage location, and to download and print a free massage coupon, visit http://www.hydromassage.com/taxday. The company recommends calling in advance.
-- P.F. Chang's China Bistro is offering a 15 percent discount on April 17 -- dine-in and takeout (not valid with alcoholic beverages or Happy Hour food and beverage items; not valid on large party takeout or delivery and not valid with any other offers, discounts or gift card purchases).
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