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Have You Voted? Good. Now You Can Have Your Cookie. For Free.

Literally. There are free cookies, plus more food and drink discounts throughout Dallas-Fort Worth for voters. Don that sticker!
A stack of three butterscotch cookies from Cookie Society bakeshop.
Courtesy Cookie Society

Voting has many perks: participating in a civic duty, making your voice heard in your community, getting pins and sticker swag so you can take that requisite “See? I voted” selfie. Also among those benefits are the food and drink freebies and discounts that reward you for casting your ballot. Dallas County has shattered early voting records for voter turnout, and while we’re not patting ourselves on the back just yet, you can have a small treat on Election Day. Who knew democracy tasted so good—like chocolate chip cookie good. Here’s where to show off your “I Voted” sticker for some deals.

Cookie Society
This boutique Frisco bake shop is offering free mini chocolate chip cookies to customers who have and/or wear their “I Voted” stickers on November 3.

Bulla Gastrobar
Located in Legacy West, this Spanish-style tapas restaurant is celebrating Election Day with $5 sangria all day long—a deal considering it usually sets you back nine bucks for that day-long wine buzz. Not to give away any proprietary recipes or anything, but Bulla’s sangria boasts red wine, brandy, triple sec, Sprite, and chopped orange.

Baldo’s Dallas
If you accidentally washed your voting sticker because you forgot to take it off your sweatshirt, then no matter! At Baldo’s you don’t need proof of voting to get 25 percent off pints of ice cream in flavors like pumpkin spice and honey pomegranate.

Marugame Udon
Get a free, second bowl of udon (after purchasing a first) when you show your “I Voted” sticker, or some proof of election participation, now through November 3 at the buzzy Carrollton restaurant.

You can get 20 percent off one entree and drink if you show your “I Voted” sticker through Election Day. Call ahead to make sure your location is participating.

Ascension Coffee
Get a free cup of drip coffee at any location when you present your “I Voted” sticker.

Another Round
Receive $2 off any cocktail at the recently-opened mini golf spot with your “I Voted” sticker. Offer extends through November 7, but don’t forget to make a reservation.

Billy Can Can
After hitting the polls, voters can score the Billy Burger plus a draft beer for $20. Celebrate democracy with Texas beef dressed in cheddar, Benton’s bacon, and caramelized onions.

Thunderbird Station
This new Deep Ellum bar is encouraging you to get your vote on with $1 off all signature drinks and draft beers when you flash your “I Voted” sticker.

Rodeo Goat Ice House
All Rodeo Goat locations are hosting an election-themed Battle of the Burgers. Choose between the McDonald and the Biden Burger—each purchase counts as a “vote” for the winning burger. Plus, score 10 percent percent off for wearing a voting sticker.

DoubleDave’s Pizzaworks
To celebrate Election Day, the pizza chain will offer 10 percent off dine-in orders and free deliveries to anyone wearing an “I Voted” sticker. It happens from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on November 3 and only at the Denton location.

Chili’s Bar and Grill
A Chili’s—whose slogan I feel compelled to point out is, “Together We Chili’s”—near you is hosting a “Vote for the Margarita Party. Buy a $5 El Presidente margarita and receive a commemorative sticker to add to your collection of patriotic stickers.

Meddlesome Moth
Sport your “I Voted” sticker and nab 10 percent off your food purchase. 

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