Published On: Apr 12 2013 07:23:13 AM CDTUpdated On: Apr 12 2013 07:25:12 AM CDT
Cinnabon is giving out 2 free Cinnabon Bites on Tax Day at participating locations.
Participating Arby's locations are giving away free orders of curly fries.
Print this coupon and get a free small popcorn at AMC Theaters between April 12 - 15.
Panda Express is giving away free single servings of Samurai Surf and Turf. No purchase necessary. You must print the coupon or show it on your mobile device.
Sonic is offering "happy hour" all day on Tax Day. Drinks and slushes are 50% off. At participating locations only.
Schlotzsky's is giving out free original small sandwiches with the purchase of a 32oz. fountain drink and chips. (Valid only at participating locations)
Boston Market is offering a "Rib-bate" on Tax Day. Customers can purchase two rib meals for $10.40. No coupon is needed.
Great American Cookies are giving away one free birthday cake cookie on tax day (only at participating locations)
Participating Melting Pot locations are giving out free chocolate fondues per person when a four course fondue dinner is purchased per person. (Not all locations may be offering this deal)
HydroMassage is giving out free HydroMassages on April 15 - 19. Not all locations are participating. You are strongly encouraged to call ahead. Click here for more details.
Starz and Encore premium channel packages will be shown for free to households nationwide, including subscribers with AT&T U-verse® TV, Cox Communications, DIRECTV, DISH, Verizon FiOS TV, along with many other regional multichannel affiliates, from April 11 - 15. (Dates and packages may differ depending on your cable provider)
A Santa Barbara Coffee Shop on a busy corner for more than 20 years is no longer going to be the daily perk for many customers. The Coffee Cat on Anacapa and Anapamu Streets is going to close at the end of this month.
The water release for downstream users from Cachuma Lake to the lower Santa Ynez River is ending early. Water officials say the annual pre set allocation was released quicker than past years and the allotment is moving all the way to Lompoc as scheduled.