Good Grades Deals & Freebies 2014

Posted on: May 30th, 2014 by Chris No Comments

reportcardSo many restaurants and stores offer great incentives for kids to do well in school. A lot will reward students for all their A’s and B’s they score in the classroom. Here are just a few that offer great rewards for good grades.

*Please keep in mind these deals may not be offered in each of these restaurants and stores. It’s always a good idea to call ahead to make sure your store is participating.

Applebee’s – Get a free kids meal with the A is for Apple Program! This deal is for schools so contact your teacher and ask him/her to get this certificate for your kids
Baskin Robbins – Free scoop of ice cream for A’s and B’s.
Bob Evans – The Star Student Program will give your kids a free meal
Brunswick Bowling – Their Games for Grades program will score your kids a free game for each report card A at Brunswick Zone and Zone XL
Burger King – Get a free hamburger for good grades
Chick-fil-A – Bring in your A’s and B’s report card and receive a FREE 8 pack nuggets
Chuck E. Cheese – Bring in child’s most recent report card and get FREE tokens for good grades
Cold Stone Creamery – Students who earn a straight A report card can earn free ice cream
Friendly’s – Their Achievement Award Program gives kids a free meal for good grades
IHOP – Get a free kids meal with a good report card grades
Jason’s Deli -Their JD Pickle Reward program gives children under 12 J.D. Pickle Cards to redeem for a free kids’ meal
Krispy Kreme – This Good Grades Program will give kids a free original glazed donut for each A (up to 6 A’s)
McDonald’s – Get Straight-As and earn a free Happy Meal when kids bring in their report cards (for kids Kindergarten – 5th). Grades 6-12 get a free Value Meal
Pizza Hut – The Three A’s Program gives any child with 3 A’s a free Personal Pan Pizza and a small soft drink or carton of milk. This is for kids in Elementary or Middle School only and for Dine in customers.
Red Robin– Their Certificate of Excellence Feast program has a few rewards. You get a free kids’ meal (ages 10 and under) or Monster Milkshake (11 and up) for academic achievement, acts of kindness or perfect attendance.
SBARRO – Get a free slice of cheese or pepperoni pizza and a small drink for kids with all A’s & B’s on their report cards
Sonic Drive-In – Free goodies for grades and incentives for teachers and schools.
Sonic is also instrumental in donating money to teachers projects. The Limeades for Learning Program has donated nearly $3 million dollars to teachers’ projects since 200.
Topps – Bring in your report card to participating “Home Team Advantage” hobby stores and get a free Topps trading card.
Wendy’s – A report card with A’s and B’s earns a delicious treat.

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