TAMPA (FOX 13) - Besides making your voice heard, there are some other perks to voting during this midterm election.
Some businesses are offering delicious deals or discounts on ride-sharing options to Bay Area polling locations. The deals are available on Tuesday, November 6.
Uber: This ride-sharing service is offering $10 off a single ride to the polls on Election Day. You must enter the promotional code VOTE2018 in your app. You will need the most recent version of the Uber app.
Lyft: This service is offering 50 percent off your ride to the polls. You will need to head to this website (the company partnered with Buzzfeed), enter your zip code, then copy your coupon code and paste it into the Lyft app in the “Promos” section.
HART: Show your valid voter information card and HART will provide free round trips to and from polling places from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
PSTA: The same goes for PSTA. Provide your voter ID card and receive a free trip to your polling location.
Other Election Day deals
Miller’s Ale House: If you say your voted Tuesday, your first beer will just cost $1 at participating locations. The offer is also valid for a non-alcoholic beverage, and can only be used once per guest. You will need to contact your nearest location to see if they are participating in this deal.
Hidden Springs Ale Works: Your first pint at this Tampa Heights brewery will be free if you bring in your "I Voted" sticker.
Coppertail Brewing: If you come into the Tampa brewery with your "I Voted" sticker, they will give you a free beer.
Jersey Mike’s Subs: As part of this restaurant’s ongoing National Sandwich Day deal, you can get $2 off any regular sub with a coupon. The coupon was emailed to club members and also posted on their Facebook page.
Krispy Kreme: Reward members can get two dozen doughnuts for $13 with an emailed coupon. You can join the loyalty program at www.krispykreme.com for a free doughnut and offers in the future.
Tampa Theatre: The showing of the film, Minority Report, will be at the Tampa Threate starting at 7 p.m. Officials said if you show a photo of yourself outside your polling location, you can get in for free.