Do you like free stuff? We already know the answer to that. And boy, do we have good news for you: Not only will yourassist in protecting you from the virus, but it can get you so much free stuff. Companies, organizations and state and local governments are offering incentives to those getting their coronavirus vaccines — all you need is to show your .
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Aside from brands offering incentives, some employers are also offering a perk, whether it’s paid time off or a cash bonus. Ask your employer if you aren’t sure whether there’s a perk — you might be pleasantly surprised. To take advantage of all these perks on offer, you have to do your part and get vaccinated. Here’s everything your vaccine card will get you.
Nationwide perks for getting vaccinated
The UA Your Shot to Fly program is giving the airline’s MileagePlus members a upload your vaccination card to your account by June 22. Five grand prize winners will win free flights for a year, and 30 winners will win a roundtrip flight for two.To be eligible, you must be a MileagePlus member and
You can get a free Original Glazed Doughnut at anyby showing your vaccination card. As long as you’ve gotten at least one shot, you can get one free doughnut per day through the end of 2021.
Those 21 and older can get a free beer from now until May 16 by first registering with Budweiser and then following the prompts to claim it.
Office Depot and OfficeMax
Bring your vaccine card to your local OfficeMax or Office Depot to get it laminated for free. This will keep it intact and in good condition to be carried around as needed. This offer is good through July 25.
Bring your vaccine card to your local White Castle for a free dessert-on-a-stick. This deal lasts through May 31.
Uber and Lyft
Both Uber and Lyft are offering assistance to help people get to vaccine centers and pharmacies to get their shots. You can also help out with this effort by donating rides to those in need directly through the companies.
Regional perks for getting vaccinated
The “Colorado Comeback Cash” sweepstakes will give five vaccinated Colorado residents $1 million each in a statewide lottery. Most vaccinated people in Colorado will be automatically entered through the Colorado Immunization Information System, which will draw a winner each week starting June 4 and ending on July 7. To be eligible, you need to be at least 18 years old and have received at least one shot of Pfizer or Moderna, or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
You can get vaccinated and enter any day before June 30, but because your information may take a few days to process through the CIIS, you’ll want to get vaccinated as soon as possible to be eligible for multiple drawings.
From May 19 to 31, you can get a free drink in the state of Connecticut with your vaccination card. You’re eligible if you’ve gotten at least your first shot. Participating restaurants have a set list of drinks that will be included (both alcoholic and nonalcoholic), and food must also be purchased.
The city of Detroit is offering a $50 gift card to people who offer rides to those going to get their vaccines. Those who want to do this have to set up the appointments for those who need rides through the Good Neighbor program by calling 313-230-0505.
The state of Maryland is offering a $100 incentive to state employees who get vaccinated. Employees must be fully vaccinated and show proof to their HR departments. The state is also requiring these people to comply with a booster shot if that becomes necessary.
New Jersey residents who get their first shot during the month of May can get a free beer at participating breweries. To claim the “Shot and a Beer” offer, you just need to show your vaccination card.
New Yorkers who get their first dose of Pfizer or their only dose of Johnson & Johnson May 24-28 will be given a scratch-off lottery ticket with a on the state’s website.. The ticket is free (normally it costs $20), and only people who haven’t been vaccinated yet are eligible. The 10 participating vaccination sites across the state can be found
The state of according to Governor Mike DeWine.. Anyone who is over the age of 18 and has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine can enter a lottery, with the first drawing on May 26 and follow-up drawings each Wednesday until five people have won $1 million,
For kids between the ages of 12 and 18, who arefor a Pfizer vaccine, there’s a separate drawing for a four-year full scholarship to any of Ohio’s state universities. Five vaccinated kids will win a scholarship.
More information on the lotteries and how to enter will be announced by the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Lottery Commission the week before the first drawing.
Residents of West Virginia between the ages of 16 and 35 can get a $100 savings bond if they get vaccinated.
The Brooklyn location of famed dessert-maker Junior’s Cheesecake is offering a mini cheesecake to those who have a vaccination card. The offer is good through Memorial Day weekend.
Some sports teams have been rolling out ticket offers for those who have been vaccinated, and there’s a good chance more will follow. The Cincinnati Reds are offering $10 tickets to people with proof of at least one shot.
The Cleveland Indians are also offering discounted tickets for select May games. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo just announced a free ticket offer for the New York Yankees and the New York Mets for those who are vaccinated.
How to find other perks in your area
Plenty of other businesses are offering incentives to get vaccinated. The best way to find them is to keep tuned in to your local news. Both TV news and newspapers will inform you of what perks you can find in your area. You can also scout places on Facebook, especially if you live in an area that has its own Facebook community for happenings like this.
The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regarding any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives.