LIST: Delicious Perks You Can Enjoy After You Cast Your Vote On Election Day

IMAGE Shutterstock, Max's Restaurant, Molly's Doughnuts, Serenitea, and Nanbantei

Are you excited or nervous (or a mix of both!) for the upcoming elections on May 9, 2022? Once you have submitted your ballot and your finger is marked with indelible ink, there are many food establishments that are offering to treat you to delicious eats and drinks, just because you practiced your right to vote.

Here's a list of food perks you can enjoy after you cast your vote on election day (May 9, 2022):

Max's Restaurant

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You can get a free samalamig of your choice if you meet the minimum purchase of P700 for dine-in transactions. You can choose one from Max's Restaurant's selection of samalamig which includes Knickerbocker, Classic Ice Scramble, Ube Ice Scramble, Halo-Halo, and Mais Con Yelo. All you have to do is to show your finger with the indelible ink as proof of voting.

RACKS

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If you plan to treat yourself to a heavy meal after voting at your precinct, RACKS has a B1T1 promo on their Appreciation Plate which has pork ribs, southern fried chicken, pasta, and rice. Show your finger with indelible ink to enjoy two plates for the price of one (P545), available on May 9 only.

Koomi

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Order one drink from Koomi and you can get a free Stick-On-Me Purple Rice! This promo is available for walk-int transactions across all Koomi branches nationwide. Just show your finger with the indelible ink as proof of voting!

Pancake House

If you're planning to go to your precinct first thing in the morning, you can grab a late breakfast after voting at Pancake House. When you show your finger with the indelible ink, you can enjoy a B1T1 promo on their two-piece Classic Original Pancakes, plus you can also buy the Pancake House Rewards Card for P189. This is available on May 9 only.

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Serenitea

On election day, you can get 20% off on any large-sized Serenitea drink, may it be hot or an iced drink. This is available on May 9 only and you can enjoy this promo upon showing your finger with the inedible ink.

Nanbantei of Tokyo

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In the mood for Japanese? Nanbantei of Tokyo is offering a 20% discount to voters on May 9. This is available for dine-in transactions and the best part is that there is no minimum purchase required. All you have to do is to show your finger with the indelible ink!

Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken & Sauce Bar

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For a minimum spend of P500 at Peri-Peri and your proof of voting (your finger with indelible ink), you can get the restaurant's Classic Peri Natas, a Portuguese custard tart, on the house. This promo is valid on May 9 only.

Molly's Donuts & Brunch Cafe

For voters whose precinct is within or near Pasig, it's going to be sooo worth it to go all the way to Pioneer and claim your free mini donut from Molly's! Show your finger with the indelible ink and you can get a free mini donut while stocks last.

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Bonchon

Want Korean fried chicken and japchae? Bonchon is offering an exclusive 20% discount on your order when you show your inked finger. This promo is available until May 9 only.

The Moment Group: Manam, 8Cuts, Ooma, Din Tai Fung, Mo', HuChi, and The Mess Hall

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For a minimum spend of P1,000 at any of the participating Moment Group's restaurants (8Cuts, Manam, Ooma, HuChi, Din Tai Fung, Mo', and The Mess Hall), you can get their Digital Moment Card for free. You can enjoy this promo when you show your finger with the indelible ink, from May 9 until May 11, 2022 only.

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