Where to score freebies and deals on Election Day

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DENVER — Not everyone is able to agree on who they will vote for on Election Day, but everyone can agree on one thing — free stuff is a good thing.

From free pizza to discounted Uber rides and discounted drinks to a free workout, there are freebies and deals for Election Day 2016.

BurgerFi: At participating locations, you can get a $5 conflicted burger (those are normally around $8 or $9).

Chuck E Cheese’s: With any pizza purchase, customers can get a free personal pizza by using coupon code 5253 or telling the cashier you voted.

Denver B-Cycle: Bicycles are free in Denver on Election Day. A 24-hour membership usually costs $9.

Firehouse Subs: Get a free medium drink by wearing your “I Voted” sticker on Election Day.

Gold’s Gym: If you show your “I Voted” sticker, you can get free access to the gym on Election Day.

Krispy Kreme: If you show up wearing your “I Voted” sticker at participating locations, you can get a free doughnut.

Lyft: Riders will get 45 percent off the ride to a polling place in participating markets, including Denver, between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Election Day. The ride back will cost full price.

Macy’s: Get a 20 percent discount with online orders on Tuesday that are $50 or more with the coupon code “VOTE.”

Marco’s Pizza: Customers can get a voucher for a free pizza if they cast a vote on their website on Nov. 8.

7-Eleven: With the 7Rewards mobile app, customers can get a $1 cup of coffee at participating locations.

Uber: If you have never used Uber before, you can get 20 percent off your first ride on Election Day with the code “VOTE TODAY.”

YMCA: Participating locations are offering free child care while parents go vote.

YouFit Health Clubs: Your “I Voted” sticker will also get you a free workout.

See a freebie we missed? Let us know about it.