Some of them are available at brick-and-mortar chain stores and restaurants where you can commiserate with fellow tax payers. Or if you can't bear to leave the house, there are plenty of Tax Day offers available online as well.
• Subway is offering free cookies while supplies last.
• Get a free brewed coffee at Starbucks if you bring your own reusable mug. (The promotion was meant to be linked to Earth Day next week and not Tax Day, but whatever.)
• Looking for a full meal? McCormick & Schmick's and is offering $10.40 specials and $10.40 gift certificates (while supplies last) at the bar only and P.F. Chang's will give you 15 percent off the bill, excluding alcohol. Both promotions are good all day.
• Grab a coupon online first, then head out to Taco Del Mar for a free taco. The chain has locations nationwide, but is concentrated on the West Coast.
• At Cinnabon, stop by from 6-8 p.m. to get two free mini cupcakes.
• Whole Foods will pick up the tax on your entire purchase. But the offer is only good in Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina and South Carolina.
• This printable coupon gets you a second individual meal for free when you buy one at Boston Market. Good through April 18.
• Promoting a new recipe, Jack in the Box is giving away free small orders of fries. But don't head for the door just yet. The offer is for Friday, April 16.
• Mikasa.com offers 10.4 percent off online orders all day. The offer can be combined with a 20 percent discount on any single item (use coupon code "TWENTY").
• Kmart.com says it's giving an extra 5 percent off toys and electronics and 10 percent off almost everything else.
• At Banana Republic get 25 percent off all full-priced merchandise with coupon code "taxbreak25". Best of all, the offer is good through April 18.
• Petco.com offers 15 percent off your entire purchase plus free shipping on orders over $60 with coupon "afftax". Offer is online only and restrictions apply.