Tax day can be tough for everyone. Either you realize you've been giving the government too much money all along or you owe money this year. Luckily, some businesses are here to make the day a little more enjoyable.
Great American Cookies: Customers can get a free Birthday Cake Cookie on April 18.
Boston Market: Get a half-chicken individual meal with two sides, a regular fountain drink, cornbread and a cookie for only $10.40.
Capriotti’s: On Tax Day only, Capriotti’s will upgrade your small sandwich to a medium for free.
Chili’s: Chili’s is serving its blueberry and pineapple margaritas all day on April 18 for $6.
Cinnabon: Some Cinnabons are offering two free Cinnabon bites on Tax Day.
Hungry Howie's: When you buy a one-topping large pizza at normal price, you can get a one-topping medium pizza for just $0.18 by entering the code TAXDAY with orders. The promotion is valid for online orders only at participating locations April 17 to 19.
Kona Ice: The company's shaved ice trucks will be parked near post offices and tax prep centers for its annual "no taxation without relaxation" giveaway, on April. Trucks will hand out free shaved ice cups for everyone.
McDonald's: Note that this is not a national promotion, but customers at McDonald's in select regions can buy a Big Mac or Quarter Pounder for just $0.01 when they purchase one at regular price on April 18.
Noodles & Company: April 12 to 18, use the code TAXDAY17 with online orders and you'll get $4 off a purchase of $10 or more.
Schlotzsky's: On April 18, customers who purchase a medium drink and bag of chips get a free Original Sandwich at Schlotzsky's.
Sonny's BBQ: The Irresistible Ribs Special (IRS—get it?) offers rib orders, which come with two sides and homemade bread, for half price all day on April 18.
Staples: Use the linked coupon to shred up to 2 lbs. of documents for free, but only through Saturday, April 15.
National Parks: You can get free entrance into a national park on the weekend after Tax Day (April 22-23). It’s also National Park's Week.
Most information was provided by time.com.