By Emily Dovi, dealnews Copy Editor In 2008, we saw a slew of Election Day freebies at restaurant chains, bars, and more. This year, we've found significantly fewer freebies, but there are still a few you can take advantage of today. Below we've rounded up some Election Day promos that anyone can love, regardless of which side of the political spectrum you fall on. Blockbuster: Free 99-cent movie rental via printable coupon California Tortilla: Get a free taco with an "I Voted" sticker (or mention "VOTE" to the cashier) Einstein Bros.: Free bagel and schmear with "I voted" sticker lululemon: Join a free yoga class in DC, Maryland, and Virginia M&Ms: Take $10 off $65 or more via coupon code "CHOOSE10" or 15% off $100 or more via coupon code "CHOOSE15" when you personalize M&Ms Macy's: Get an extra 20% off via coupon code "ELECT" New York Times: Unlimited access to paywall stories from 6 pm ET, November 6, through 6 pm ET November 7 Old Navy: Rock The Vote T-Shirts from 73 cents with $7 s&h Olive Garden: Free Dolcini dessert with entree purchase Starbucks: Ask for your free Create Jobs for USA "Indivisible" bracelet at participating locations Tim Hortons: Get a free coffee with purchase of a beverage with this printable coupon Wall Street Journal: Unlimited access to paywall stories from 5 pm ET, November 6, through 5 pm ET November 7 White Castle: Free small order of Fries when you vote for your favorite on the Facebook page Zipcar: Take Zipcar rates nationwide from 5 am to 9 pm during its Zip to The Polls promotion Related dealnews Features: PayPal Will Price-Match Holiday Purchases and Comp Return Shipping Costs Best Travel Deals: 3 Airfare Sales with 1-Way Domestic Trips Starting at $69 The Top 5 Online Merchants for the Best Deals on Black Friday Weekend Follow @dealnews on Twitter for the latest roundups, price trend info, and stories. You can also sign up for an email alert for all dealnews features.