Tax Day is just around the corner, and some businesses are handing out deals in honor of the dreaded holiday. Check out these steals for April 15!
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt
Customers can get a full cup of frozen yogurt and toppings for just $4.15. If you want to get this deal, you’ll need to claim the offer on Orange Leaf’s Facebook page .
Participating locations are offering a free “Original” sandwich with the purchase of a 32-ounce drink and chips.
The fast-food restaurant usually puts a coupon on its website just before Tax Day, offering a free value-size curly fry at participating locations.
The restaurant known for its delicious custard will be offering guests a $2 Turtle sundae on Tax Day at all of its Valley locations. All 13 locations also have outdoor patios, so you can enjoy your affordable sundae while getting some sun. Note: The Mesa location off Greenfield is not participating.
In honor of everyone’s favorite form, the 1040, Boston Markets around the country are offering customers two half-chicken meals for $10.40.
The bagel chain also has a 1040 deal -- it's 13 bagels and two tubs of cream cheese for just $10.40, a savings of more than $3. You'll have to download a coupon from their website or Facebook page, but the deal lasts April 12-15.
Hard Rock Cafe
This deal is for adventurous shoppers only. On April 15, you can get a free entree at Hard Rock Cafes around the country, but you'll have to sing for it. Interested singers will need to complete a whole song in front of the entire restaurant to get the free dinner.
Sonic Drive-in is offering up half-price drinks and slushes all day on April 15.
This one is pretty simple: buy one cupcake, get one free. You'll have to tell the cashier "tax-free" in order to get the deal. There's also a limit of one BOGO per person.
Kelly's at Southbridge
In honor of April 15, the restaurant will serve up $4.15 Strawberry Shamrocks and Kelly's Martinis for the entire day. If you'd like some food with your drink deals, all sandwiches and burgers are $10.40, including one side.
Another play on Tax Day's date -- $4.15 for a one-topping pizza at Valley Fired Pie locations. This is a fast-casual pizza joint with local beers and lots of salad options, too.
Salut Kitchen Bar
If you're in the mood for Mediterranean food, Salut will provide $5 glasses of wine to complement its menu items. They have 100 types of wine at their new Tempe location.
The Melting Pot
Can you say "cheese"? No, you're not getting your photo taken. But you'll get 15 percent off your purchase at this fondue restaurant simply for saying "Cheese me, please" to the host when you get there.
Ben and Jack's Steakhouse
This Old Town Scottsdale restaurant is celebrating "No Tax Day," meaning you can order whatever you want and not be charged tax. You'll still have to pay your annual taxes to the government, though.
If your taxes left you with a craving for a strong drink, head to this Southwestern restaurant for $4.15 Little Larry margaritas all day.