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Good Grades? Freebies for Your Child


1. Get a free kids’ meal from Applebee’s.

If your student is 12 and under, the A is for Applebee’s Program allows teachers to reward students with a certificate for a free kids meal based on a variety of achievement areas, such as academics, responsibility, sportsmanship, attendance, etc.

If you’re a parent, be sure to contact your child’s teacher to let him/her know that this program offers rewards for students. Visit the A is for Applebee’s website for more details.

2. Bank rewards & discounts from Banks & Insurance Companies.

Check with your local banks, credit unions, and car insurance companies since many of them offer monetary rewards or discounts for good grades!


3. Score a free scoop from Baskin-Robbins.

Students can earn a free scoop of ice cream at participating Baskin-Robbins locations. Just bring in your report card showing good grades to get your freebie. Visit the Baskin Robbins website to find a location near you.

4. Get a free kids meal, compliments of Bob Evans.

The Star Student Program offers a free kids meal for good grades. As always, make sure to check with your local storeto make sure they are participating.


5. Grab a free burger per week at Burger King.

Students may be able to score a free hamburger or ice cream cone for scoring 100% on a test. It is limited to one free hamburger per week per child – including homeschooling families! Contact your local restaurant to verify participation.

6. Snag some sweets at Cheryl’s Cookies.

Have A’s on your report card? Get up to 3 free cookies! Find a location closest to you.


7. Nosh some nuggets (or ice cream) at Chick-fil-A.

Students may be able to bring in a report card showing all As and Bs to receive a free 8-pack of nuggets or free ice cream cone (may vary)! Contact your location to confirm participation.

8. Score (game) tokens of appreciation from Chuck E. Cheese.

At Chuck E. Cheese you can choose from the Super Student Award or the Graduation Certificate and receive 10 free points/tokens to play games with. Limit one certificate per child per day.


9. Chill with a free scoop at Cold Stone Creamery.

Select stores may offer students a free scoop for a “good” report card. Not all stores are participating, so call and ask at your location before making a special trip.

10. Fetch a free movie or video game rental at Family Video.

Throughout the month of June, Family Video gives a free overnight movie or game rental to students for every A they receive on their final report card. Find a location nearest you!


11. Savor a free pancake stack at IHOP.

Participating IHOP locations may offer a free kids meal with a good grades report card. Contact your local IHOP to verify participation.

12. Earn kids cash to spend at Jason’s Deli.

Jason’s Deli rewards students ages 1-12 for good grades, good efforts, or good deeds through their Kid Cash program. Kid Cash is valid only at participating Jason’s Deli restaurants and is good for dine-in meals only. Just complete this form, and your local sales manager will contact you within 5-7 days.

13. Grab $5 discounts for good grades at Justice.

Participating Justice locations may give students $5 off your purchase for good grades when you bring in a good report card that’s been issued within the past 30 days.


14. Dine on free donuts at Krispy Kreme.

Students may be able to get up to six free original glazed doughnuts for each A on your report card! Be sure to contact your local doughnut shop to verify participation.

15. Grab a free pizza at Marco’s Pizza.

Participating locations may offer kindergarten through college students a free one-topping pizza when they have an A on their report card. Contact your local restaurant to verify participation.


16. Score a free Happy Meal at McDonald’s.

If your Kindergarten – 5th-grade student has a straight A report card and brings it along, he/she may be able to receive a free Happy Meal.

Students 6th-12th grades may get a free Value Meal when they bring in their report card. This promotion may vary by location, so be sure to call your local restaurant before heading out.

17. Fondue good grades? Nab a free meal at The Melting Pot.

Any Sunday through Thursday in June, participating locations may offer students in grades Kindergarten – 8th grade a free 3-course dinner including cheese, entree, and chocolate fondue**. Students in grades 9th-12th can get a free four-course meal, including your choice of cheese fondue, salad course, entrée, and your choice of chocolate fondue**. Contact your local store for more details and to make a reservation and for more details.

**Must be accompanied by 2 other fonduers ordering 2 four-course dinners. One Straight A Dinner per every 2 four-course dinners ordered. No further discounts, promotions, or coupons apply. Their four-course dinners start at $36/person.

18. Pick up a free pie at Peter Piper Pizza.

If you live in TX, NM, AZ, or CA with a Peter Piper location near you, students may be able to get a free 7″ 1-topping pizza for good grades on a report card. Contact your local store to verify participation.


19. Snag a free personal pan pizza at Pizza Hut.

Each marking period, any student who has 3 As (or the equivalent thereof) may be eligible receive one free Personal Pan Pizza and a small soft drink or carton of milk for dine-in by presenting his or her report card to the manager. This offer is valid for Elementary and Middle School students only.

20. Score a free menu item from Sonic Drive-In.

Participating Sonic Drive-Ins may offer Positive Behavior Support certificates for honor roll, perfect attendance, and birthdays. Each certificate contains a coupon for a free menu item at Sonic. This promotion is only available through schools, church organizations, programs, and clubs.


21. Get a free treat, compliments of Wendy’s.

Participating locations may offer students a free treat when you show your cashier a report card with As and Bs. Contact your local restaurant to verify participation before making a special trip.

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