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Here’s where to find a Tax Day burger deal. Or BOGO martinis

Burger fan is set for life

Mark Klamm, a 58-year-old process engineer group leader at Textron, had the Ty's Diner logo tattooed on his left arm in exchange for free burgers for life. (March 29, 2019)
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Mark Klamm, a 58-year-old process engineer group leader at Textron, had the Ty's Diner logo tattooed on his left arm in exchange for free burgers for life. (March 29, 2019)

If Tax Day has you feeling poor or puny, some restaurants and bars have a solution that doesn’t require an accountant.

Here’s a few of the Tax Day dining and drink specials. And you don’t have to wait for this payback:

BurgerFi in Fort Worth and Arlington offers $4.15 double cheeseburgers if you download the smartphone app and join their rewards program. The chain was recently honored as having the best, highest-grade hormone-free beef of any chain, along with Shake Shack.

Potbelly Sandwiches is offering buy-one-get-one on any entree.

Grimaldi’s Pizza in Clearfork and Grapevine offers a $10.40 cheese pizza.

B&B Butchers & Restaurant is offering two martinis for the price of one until 6 p.m. You have to buy an appetizer.

McDonald’s has a $2 10-piece McNuggets box or a buy-one-McGriddle-get-one-for-25-cents, both with its smartphone app.

Dunkin’ Donuts offers $1 medium coffees.

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