There are so many incentives available in New Jersey for those who still have not been vaccinated for COVID-19. You can have your pick from cash incentives to free donuts to even a free shot and beer.

Here's the latest FREE incentive you can take advantage of by getting vaccinated for COVID-19. According to the Press Atlantic City, besides a shot, The AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center is now offering a free sandwich from the iconic White House Sub Shop if you get vaccinated.

The free "shot and sub" deal will take place during a free vaccine walk-in clinic at AtlantiCare's Health Plex located on 1401 Atlantic Avenue in Atlantic City this Wednesday from 9 AM to 1 PM. The one dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine will be available. No appointment is necessary but you must be 18 or older.

The number of breweries that are offering a free shot and a free beer has also increased from 12 to 34 breweries all over the state including South Jersey according to NJ.com.

Here's a list of some of the breweries where to get your FREE BEER in New Jersey just by showing your COVID-19 vaccine card. Not a bad deal!

  • Dr. Brewlittle's Beer Company- Maple Shade
  • 13th Child Brewery- Williamstown
  • Double Nickel Brewing Company-Pennsauken
  •  Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing Company-Cherry Hill
  • Tuckahoe Brewing Company-Egg Harbor Township
  • Zed's Beer-Marlton
  • Flounder Brewing Company-Hillsborough
  • Battle River Brewing Company-Toms River
  • Flying Fish Brewing Company-Somerdale
  • River Horse Brewing Company-Ewing
  • Bradley Beer Project-Bradley Beach
  • Kane Brewing Company-Ocean Township
  • Bolero Snort Brewing Company-Carlstadt
  • Brix City Brewing Company-Little Ferry
  • Carton Brewing Company-Atlantic Highlands
  • Hackensack Brewing Company
  • Little Dog Brewing Company-Neptune
  • Magnify Brewing Company-Fairfield

source: nj.com pressofatlanticcity.com

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