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As Election Day approaches on Nov. 8, there are many deals available to savvy shoppers. In honor of the 2016 presidential election, retailers, restaurants and businesses are offering promo codes, discounts and Election Day sales.

Many of these discounts require voters to show their “I Voted” sticker, but there are discounts for everyone. Here are some of the best Election Day deals.

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eBay: Shop the Election Day gear sale on eBay until Nov. 9. Teachers can get a free 2016 Electoral College map poster for a limited time.

Harper Collins: Receive 30 percent off select election-themed books, and receive free shipping with promo code VOTE2016 for a limited time.

Hillsdale College: Get a free pocket constitution for a limited time.

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Macy’s: Receive an extra 20 percent off with this coupon or promo code until Nov. 9.

BurgerFi: Show an “I Voted” sticker at BurgerFi, and receive a $5 Conflicted Burger, normally $8 or $9. Limit one burger per guest at participating locations nationwide on Nov. 8.

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Eleni’s New York: Receive 10 percent off all election products with promo code ELECTION2016 until Nov. 8.

Firehouse Subs: Beginning Nov 1. Firehouse Subs will offer a free medium drink to any guest wearing an “I Voted” sticker until Nov. 8.

Kizuki: The first 50 dine-in guests for lunch and dinner that have an “I Voted” wristband at the Chicago location only will receive a free Chicken Karaage entree on Nov. 8.

Krispy Kreme: Receive a free donut of your choice at participating locations by showing your “I voted” sticker on Nov. 8.

Puritans Pride: Receive 15 percent off any one Puritan’s Pride brand item with promo code ELECT16 until Nov. 9.

AmpliVox: Receive 30 percent off an online purchase with promo code ELECTION until Nov. 8.

This article originally appeared on GoBankingRates.

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