Taxes are due Tuesday, April 17, and for taxpayers who are not e-filing, it is critical that returns or extensions requests be postmarked that day in order to avoid extra fines. Several major fast food chains and retailers are offering discounts or completely free treats to celebrate (or help you forget) taxes until next year.
Grab a Bruegger's famous Big Bagel Bundle - 13 bagels and 2 tubs of cream cheese - for just $10.40 from the chain through on April 17 (a $3.50 savings).
Post office open late for Tax Day?
Chuck E. Cheese is offering a buy one, get one offer on cheese pizzas from Tuesday through Thursday.
The price of the all-you-can-eat buffett drops to $4.17 today only.
"For those that wait until April 17th to mail their returns, try to mail as early in the day as possible", U.S. Postal Service spokeswoman Kim Frum said in a statement provided to Newsweek.
Great American Cookies: Get free Cookies & Cream cookies Tuesday.
Get a free Pizookie with a minimum $9.95 food purchase Wednesday.
McDonald's: Use the McDonald's app on April 17 to get a 10-piece Chicken McNugget for $1.48.
Office Depot & Office Max: Five free pounds of document shredding. "You win some, you lose some, but you can always get dim sum".
P.F. Chang's: Get 15% off takeout orders Monday and Tuesday with promo code TAXDAY on online orders and phone orders.
Planet Fitness: Need to relieve stress?
Planet Fitness is offering a free massage courtesy of HydroMassage through Sunday.
Quiznos is offering a discount of 10.40 percent from any purchase, including catering, on Tuesday. New members also get a free 4-inch sub for downloading the smartphone app, according to USA Today.
Sonic: Half price cheeseburgers all day long.