Some are calling the 2020 presidential election one of the most important in a generation. While what matters is that everyone who can vote does, that can also mean scoring a deal on food or drink. Here, a look at restaurants offering food and drink deals for those who show off their “I voted” stickers, and in one case, just for showing up. In Nevada, all registered voters already received a mail-in ballot complete with a sticker. Voters can also head to the polls on November 3 to vote in person. For information on where to vote, head here, but any registered voter can cast a ballot at any Election Day vote center, and those who want to register to vote can do so on site. Voting centers open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m., and those standing in line when the center closes can still cast a ballot.Read More
Seven Restaurants Offering Election Day Deals Across Las Vegas
Restaurants offer deals for those who vote
Pieology has an Election Day 2020 bundle with two 11-inch pizzas and dessert for $20.20 through November 3. Multiple locations.
Gus Dean’s three locations are offering a $2 discount to voters who show an “I voted” sticker at the Meadows Mall, Pawn Plaza, or the Venetian.
Golden Fog Coffee
Customers who show their “I voted” stickers can get a free cup of drip coffee for voters from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day at Golden Fog Coffee.
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Diners who bring in their “I voted” sticker on Election Day can land the All Beets Are Off cocktail for $7, featuring intense flavors of ginger, beet juice, citrus, and Moran Lychee wine, and the Sake Colada cocktail for $7 with pineapple, coconut, and Hana Pineapple sake at Burnt Offerings. On the small bites menu, diners will find Jewish-fusion-inspired dishes including a deep-fried matzo ball for $3, Black Angus USDA beef sliders for $5, and chopped barbecue brisket nachos for $7.
Mercato Della Pescheria
Mercato Della Pescheria at the Grand Canal Shoppes is offering a free glass of Prosecco to diners who present their “I voted” sticker on Election Day. In order to redeem this offer, patrons must order one of the restaurant’s seasonal chef specialty dishes, including a butternut squash ravioli, porchetta, or a seafood stew. Limit one per customer.
Border Grill at Mandalay Bay has a blue and red version of votadita tacos. Diners who show their “I voted” sticker or a selfie from the polling place or mailbox get one free.
Anyone who visits a Krispy Kreme shop can get a free original glazed doughnut in honor of Election Day. Participating U.S. shops only, while supplies last.
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