BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - News 4's Melissa Holmes has found some savings to help beat tax day stress.
To help relieve the stress of tax day Monday, many businesses are offering special deals and freebies.
Bally Total Fitness, for example, is offering free workouts at all of their clubs Monday. For new member they also have a special Tax Day deal with a two-Year membership for $418, a savings of $61 from the usual price. For current members, the Tax Day deal is a free Personal Training session, you just need to sign up before Thursday.
Office Depot's is letting you make copies of your tax returns Monday for free . The limit is 25 pages. Or you can bring in 5 lbs. of your personal documents to be shredded for free. We've got the coupons posted on our website.
HydroMassage locations nationwide will provide free massages Monday to help eliminate the stress of tax filing . Make sure to call ahead to schedule a session.
As for food deals, P.F. Changs is offering a 15% discount off take-out and dine-in orders. Cinnabon is giving away two free Classic Cinnamon Bites from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. And Holmes found a printable coupon for a free appetizer or dessert with the purchase of one entree at Chilis.
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