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"I Voted" freebies around town

Your "I Voted" sticker carries a little clout at some businesses around the bay area today. Here are some of the deals we've heard about.

Fish Tales Seafood House: Flash that sticker for a free domestic draft beer at 1500 Second St. S in St. Petersburg.

Tour de Pizza: Show your sticker for a free slice of cheese pizza at 212 37th Ave. N in St. Petersburg.

Tropical Smoothie: Receive a buy one, get one smoothie with purchase of a wrap, sandwich, flat bread or salad at the two Brandon locations, 11011 Causeway Blvd., and 2330 W Brandon Blvd.

Bowled Restaurant: Dine-in at 3451 4th St. N, and get free sweet potato chips with the purchase of an entree or sandwich.

Dunkin Donuts: Get 10 percent off purchase by donning your sticker at 3512 E Hillsborough Ave., and 330 W Fletcher Ave. Check with your local store for possible offers.

MoshPosh: The high-end consignment shop, 500 S Howard Ave., offers 20 percent off entire purchase excluding some jewelry and handbags.

Know of others? Share your tips here.

"I Voted" freebies around town 11/02/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 4:30pm]
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