Voting - it's your right as an American citizen, but did you know that this year there are extra perks too?  According to Consumerist, not only do you get to use your voice to choose your elected officials, but you can also get free stuff for it!

It's true.  A few places are trying to urge people to vote by offering free stuff.  Not all offers are available at all locations.  Check to see if your closest location offers these deals before driving there.

7-Eleven: Customers can get a $1 cup of coffee on Nov. 8 at participating locations — but you’ll have to access the deal through the 7Rewards app.

Chuck E. Cheese: Visitors can use coupon code #5253 or tell the cashier they voted and receive a free personal pizza with any pizza purchase.

Nestle Toll House Café: Get a free chocolate chip cookie at participating locations by showing your “I Voted” sticker or informing the cashier you voted already.

Firehouse Subs: Get a free medium drink by wearing your “I Voted” sticker on Election Day.

World of Beer: If you’re in need of a drink on Election Day, voters can get their first beer for only $1 on Tuesday.

YMCA: Parents can get free child care so they can go out and vote. Services vary by community so contact your local Y for details.

Gold’s Gym: Anyone who brings in a valid voter’s registration card or an “I Voted” sticker can work out for free on Nov. 8.