11 awesome Tax Day freebies and deals

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Tax season officially ends today.  Many restaurants businesses are offering Tax Day deals and freebies to celebrate.

Here are 11 of them — be sure double-check with locations near you as these “tax freebies” are all subject to change.

  • Burger King is offering a coupon that allows you to buy one Whopper and get one free.
  • Celebrate filing your taxes with a big meal at Outback Steakhouse with this coupon to get 15 percent off at checkout through May 3.
  • Participating McDonald’s restaurants will be offering buy one, get one for a penny on Big Macs and Quarter Pounders.
  • The Hard Rock Cafe is offering a “Sing for your Supper” event. You can sing live with a Hard Rock Band, for a free meal.
  • Participating Hydro Massage locations are offering a free hydro massage experience. Just call the location nearest you to schedule your massage time now through April 17. They also offer hydro massages at select Planet Fitness Centers.
  • Participating Office Depots are offering free paper shredding on April 15 for up to 5 pounds of paper. All you need is this coupon from the Office Depot website.
  • Through April 19, use this coupon to get $6 off a dinner for two at Olive Garden.
  • Now that your taxes are done, you can catch up on your reading. Through May 1, use coupon code X8W8L3A to save 20 percent off one item from www.barnesandnoble.com.
  • Babies”R”Us shoppers can use this coupon to get $8 off Pampers or Huggies value boxes of diapers, valid through April 30.
  • Boston Market is offering a buy-one get one free meal deal
  • Pizza Hut is celebrating Tax Day with a "Pizza Return."  Go to PizzaReturn.com for your chance to win one.

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