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Tax Day freebies!

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Finally, some much needed relief on Tax Day!

Some area businesses are offering free goodies today!

Bruegger's Bagels will help take the sting out of tax weekend with its annual $10.40 promotion! Through today, guests pay just $10.40 (a "deduction" of nearly $3.50 per bundle) at participating locations for their choice of 13 fresh-baked bagels and two tubs of Bruegger's Bagels 100% made-in-Vermont cream cheese.

Guests who want to take advantage of the tax day special can download and print the tax day coupon from the Bruegger's Bagels Facebook page <http://www.facebook.com/brueggers>.

Arby's. For the third straight year, Arby's is giving away free Value Sized Curly Fries on Tax Day. And for the first time ever, they are also giving away free Small Potato Cakes!

Cinnabon is offering two free Classic Cinnabon Bites to taxpayers from 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. No coupon needed!

Sonic is offering half price Happy Hour on drinks and slushes all day!

White Castle. White Castle makes last minute tax preparation a little easier with a 15% off Tax Day promotion today through April 17 at midnight. Get the COUPON HERE.

AMC Movie Theater is offering a FREE small popcorn today and today only. Get the COUPON HERE.

Boston Market is trying to ease the tax day pain by offering two rib dinners for $10.40. That's almost 50% off the normal price! No coupon needed.

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