Great news, procrastinators!
Tax Day is Monday, April 18, this year, so last-second filers had a little extra time to knock them out.
Note: Friday was Emancipation Day, a legal holiday observed in Washington, D.C., which is why we got some extra time.
No one looks forward to filing taxes (even if you're going to score a refund), but not to worry... there are some deals and freebies on Monday that serve as a reward for you getting them done.
From burgers and beer to cookies and massages, we've got the scoop on some sweet hookups to make up for all that money you handed over to Uncle Sam.
Bananas Smoothies &Frozen Yogurt: Bananas will offer "The CPA" on its menu, a 16-ounce frostie with fresh strawberries and bananas and an added Red Bull Yellow Edition. Certified Public Accountants can get it for free (seriously) April 17-18 if they show their license.
BLT Steak and BLT Prime: The restaurants are offering half-priced adult beverages at participating locations. Wash that red meat down with a discounted American Sour.
Bob Evans: The restaurant chain is giving a 30 percent discount off all dine-in and carry out meals. Be sure to show the coupon on your phone to snag this deal.
Boston Market: You can grab a half-chicken individual meal with too sides, cornbread, a regular beverage and cookie for just $10.40. Get it? 1040?
Bruegger's Bagels: This Monday the bagel chain's offering up a discount. You can get 13 bagels plus two tubs of cream cheese for $10.40. Referencing tax form numbers is fun! Almost as fun as being the breakfast hero at your office.
Chili's Grill & Bar: Drink up at happy hour! Participating Chili's will have $5 Presidente Margaritas. Because, America.
Chuck E. Cheese's: For the ultimate Tax Day family deal, head to Chuck E. Cheese's for a buy-one-get-one deal. After a purchase of a large cheese pizza, you'll get a second pizza free.
Goldstar: Now through April 18 you can get a free seat upgrade (buy mezzanine seats and upgrade to orchestra without paying extra) for live entertainment like theater, sports, and more.
Great American Cookies: So, you finally did your taxes. What do you want... a cookie? Perfect. The folks over at Great American Cookies will give you a free chocolate chip cookie for your efforts.
Hard Rock Cafe: This is perhaps one of our favorite Tax Day deals because they still make you work for it... or if you're covering Rihanna, you have to "work, work, work, work, work, work" for it. Hard Rock Cafe will hook you up with a free burger if you sing for your supper.
Kona Ice: You can nab a free cup of shaved Hawaiian ice to cool down after getting crazy with your calculator.
McDonald's: Mickey D's locations are a bit more selective on their Tax Day offerings, so check out your local area to see what's good. For example, Colorado customers can score free coffee, while fast food fanatics in Cincinnati can get their second Big Mac for 18 cents.
National Park Service: This one's not Tax Day-related, but it does involve the federal government. To celebrate the National Park Service's 100th birthday, all 410 national parks in the U.S. will have free admission April 16-24. Get outside and decompress from the tax-related stress.
Noodles & Company: Wrangle up your little deductibles. You can get a free kids meal with the purchase of a regular entree this Monday. Or online, get $4 off any $10 purchase by using the code TAXDAY.
Office Depot/Office Max: Print this coupon and get 5 pounds of bulk bin shredding at an Office Depot or Office Max location. Just don't shred the coupon before you redeem it. The offer expires April 23. Think of all the shredding you can do by then!
Outback Steakhouse: Get a 15 percent deduction off your check at participating locations. Head to Outback before Tax Day, since this discount runs April 14-18.
Planet Fitness: Unwind after all that paperwork with a free HydroMassage. Enjoy a massage at one of Planet Fitness' 1,000+ locations April 18-22. You don't even need to be a Planet Fitness member to de-stress, you just need the coupon, which will be available on their website starting Monday.
Schlotzsky's: On Monday, all Schlotzsky's locations will give you a free, small original sandwich if you purchase chips and a 32-ounce drink.
Sonic: The fast food chain will be making it rain half-price single cheeseburgers.
Staples: OK, don't shred up any important papers for the IRS, but Staples stores will let you shred five pounds of paper for free on Monday. Why not get some spring cleaning done after your taxes?
Tony Roma's: Free dessert alert! If you're a member of Tony Roma's email club you will get a coupon on Monday for a free treat. The coupon is good through April 29. If you're not a member, you can join here.
World of Beer: The taverns are offering customers a free cold one on the house. The select draught depends on your location.