School is coming to an end – hooray! Let the kids cash in on some freebies with those hard-earned report cards!
It’s always best to check with your local location as many of these franchises are independently owned and operated so just because one location offers something, doesn’t mean another does. But it never hurts to ask!
Some Baskin-Robbins locations will give a FREE scoop of ice cream when you present your report card.
Some Bob Evans locations are offering a free scoop of ice cream for students with good grades.
Several Chick-fil-A locations are promoting freebies with a report card showing A’s and B’s. You will definitely need to check with your location. (Several locations are posting the offers on the Facebook page).
Chuck E. Cheese
Chuck E. Cheese, kids earn game tokens for their grades. There’s a limit of 10 tokens allowed per child and a food purchase is required. View full details here
Jason’s Deli Kid Cash – Both teachers and parents alike can get Kid Cash to reward kids under 12 for good grades which can then be redeemed for a free kids’ meal. Details here.
Justice Stores will give you $5 off your purchase. (Must Show Report Card)
Some Marco’s Pizza locations offer a free one-topping pizza to students with an A on their report card. The promotion runs only the month of June. K through College.
*Unconfirmed* Pizza Hut gives a free Personal Pan Pizza and a small drink if you have three A’s on your report card. Dine-In Only for elementary and middle school students. *They have changed their website and I can no longer find the link to these details.*
Sonic Drive In
Sonic (select locations in Louisiana) offers a positive behavior support certificate for various achievements such as honor roll, perfect attendance and birthdays. In addition to the certificate, the student also receives a coupon for a free menu item as well. Details here.
Uno’s locations is proud to sponsor students achieving great heights! They reward kids for perfect attendance, participation in read-a-thons, as well as decent grades. View the full details here.
Check with your bank and see if they offer small deposits into your kids’ savings accounts for good grades! Many do!