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Voter freebies offered at stores, restaurants

Starbucks drinkers sit outside of Starbucks Coffee in Santa Clara, Calif., Tuesday, May 2, 2006. (Paul Sakuma)

November 6, 2012 12:00:00 AM PST
Many businesses are rewarding voters Tuesday for doing their civic duty.

The Yellow Cab Company is offering free rides to polling places, and the Burger Lounge is giving a free half-and-half combo of onion rings and fries if you present your "I Voted" sticker.

Other companies offering voter freebies include:

Blockbuster: The chain is offering a 99-cent movie rental.

Boston Market: Participants can vote online for their favorite Market Bowl (chicken or turkey). The winner of the vote will be announced Wednesday. They will also offer a free Market Bowl to customers who purchase a bowl and drink.

Chili's: Adults over 21 who vote for their favorite drink on Chili's Facebook page can enter for a chance to win a restaurant gift card.

Jet Blue: The airline is offering "Election Protection" to those in the country who vote for the losing candidate. Participants cast their vote online for a chance to win a free flight.

Pinkberry: Pinkberry lovers are asked to Tweet photos of their favorite flavor using hashtag #pinkthevote. Ten random winners will get a small frozen yogurt with toppings.

Romano's Macaroni Grill: Restaurants will deduct $10 off a $20 online takeout order with e-coupon RMGTOGO.

Starbucks:The popular coffee chain is offering free red, white and blue wristbands to customers.

Urban Outfitters: Voters can get 20 percent off at Urban Outfitter stores.

ABC News contributed to this report.