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If your kid is doing his or her best at school why not reward them for it! This is the largest list of places that will help your reward your kids for good report cards. I wish these good report card freebies were available when I was in school!
Largest List of Good Report Card Freebies List – 30+ Freebies!!!!
I am still in shock there are over 25 places to help rewards kids with good grades and test scores! I always suggest calling ahead to make sure your store is participating in the good report card freebies and getting the details of what you need to do!
On to the list!
Applebee's – The program is called the A is for Apple Program, and it gives kids a certificate for a free kids' meals. This program is only open to schools, though. If you're a parent, contact your child's teacher to let her know about this program that offers rewards for students.
Bank Rewards – Make sure to ask at your bank and credit union many will offer a reward for good grades, something small in a savings account will add up!!!
Baskin-Robbins – Free ice cream for good grades? I'm there! Bring in your report card showing good grades to get your good report card freebies.
Blockbuster – If your student has a B average or above report card issued within the past 30 days bring it in to get one free movie rental.
Bob Evans – They have a Star Student Program which offers free kids meal for good grades. As always make sure to check with your local store to make sure they are participating.
Burger King – They reward a free hamburger or ice cream cone for 100% on a test. It is limited to one free hamburger a week per child. The best part is this also applies to homeschool families!
Cheryl's Cookies – Bring in your report card and get up to 3 free cookies for A's.
Chick-fil-A – Bring in your all A's and B's report card and receive a FREE 8 pack nuggets! Call ahead to your location to see if they are participating
Chuck E. Cheese – With Chuck E. Cheese you can choose from the Super Student Award or Graduation Certificate and receive ten free tokens to play games with. Limit of 1 certificate per child per day. This one gets my vote for most fun off the good report freebies list!
Cold Stone Creamery – Not all stores are participating in this so make sure to call and ask, but many are known to offer a free scoop for good report cards. What qualifies as a good report can vary by store.
Esurance – This one is perfect if your kid is driving age. Get 5% to 10% off for maintaining a 3.0 or B average.
Family Video – This is a summer event but still one to let your kids know about! 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.
Farmers – Another one for drivers! Get 5% to 25% off for being in the top 20% of the class, earning a 3.0 GPA or making dean's list or honor roll. Contact them for all the info.
GEICO – Students can get 10% to 15% off for achieving a B average or being in the top 20% of the class.
Jason's Deli Kid Cash – Teachers and parents can get Kid Cash to reward kids under 12 for good grades. Kids redeem for a free kids' meal.
Justice Stores – The tween girl retail store Justice will give you $5 off your purchase for good grades. You need to bring in a good report card that's been issued within the past 30 days.
Krispy Kreme – Get a free original glazed donut for each A on a good report card. This is good for up to 6 A's, that's a half dozen donuts! Talk about yummy good report card freebies!
Kudzoo App – Middle school through college students can download the free Kudzoo app and gain Kudzoo cash by submitting good report cards (up to 5 a year!). You can also earn extra cash for taking the SAT prep sections and more. The student can then use the cash in their favorite places, from restaurants to concerts. The app also helps students apply for scholarships, and there is also a daily challenge round and coupons to help college students boost their savings.
Liberty Mutual – It really is worth it for drivers to keep their grades up! At Liberty Mutual, students can get 22% to 35% off for maintaining a B average.
Limited Too – Have your students take in their report cards to any Limited Too retail store within 30 days of issuance and receive $5 off their purchase that day. This may vary by store so call ahead.
Long John Silver's – This program is only open to school so make sure to ask your child's teacher about it! It rewards students with meals for a number of achievements on top of academic excellence. School administrators need to contact the local restaurant to participate.
McDonald's – If your child has a straight “A” report card, he/she can receive a free Happy Meal. This may vary by location as they are all independently owned, so call ahead first!
Melting Pot Straight A Club – Free Melting Pot meals for A’s (YUM!). Students in grades K-8th grade can get a 3-course meal including cheese, entree (chicken, shrimp, teriyaki sirloin, and ravioli) and chocolate. Students in grades 9th-12th grade can get a four-course meal. (must be accompanied by an adult who buys a four-course dinner – limit one report card per reservation – valid only with the report card for this quarter – excluding Friday and Saturday). With this being such a popular one make sure to call and ask about it when making a reservation, but what a great way to treat kids who do well in school! This one makes a great Mommy and daughter/son date out 😉 Just saying.
Peter Piper Pizza – If you live in TX, NM, AZ, CA check out Peter Piper locations near you. Your students can get a free 7″ 1-topping pizza for good grades on a report card.
Pizza Hut – I remember this good report card freebie from when I was a kid (and their reading program!)! I loved going to get my little pizza and having lunch normally with my grandfather cause he would watch me while my parents were at work. Each marking period, any child who has 3 A's or the equivalent thereof, will receive one Personal Pan Pizza and a small soft drink or carton of milk by presenting his or her report card to the manager. This offer is good for Elementary and Middle School students. Don't forget they also have their Book It program to promote reading with kids and it's free as well!
Progressive – Another freebie for driving students! Get 10% off for ranking in the upper 20th percentile of the class or on standardized tests, maintaining a B average or 3.0 GPA, or making dean's list or honor roll.
Sbarro Pizza – Any student with A’s and B’s on his or her report card automatically becomes one of the PizzAchievers! Sbarro will then provide every PizzAchiever and an accompanying adult with a free slice of cheese or pepperoni pizza and a small soda.
Sonic Drive-In – Sonic Drive-In offers free stuff for students with good grades, plus incentives for teachers and schools. Make sure to call in and ask, not all location participate.
State Farm – Good students drivers can get up to 25% off for ranking in the top 20% of the class, having a B average or a 3.0 GPA, or making dean's list or honor roll.
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Topps – The Topps of the Class program was created to give students a great trading card gift when they put their minds to work. Every time they bring in a report card to a participating store, the manager will award you with a gift.
Wendy's – A report card with A's and B's earns a treat. Show the cashier your report card before ordering.
Make Your Own – No one knows your kid better than you do! You know what will motivate them and make them strive for those good grades! So make your own rewards system for good report card freebies as well! I used to earn $5 for every A on my report cards and was able to take that money and spend it on this one my wishlist (toys, CDs, etc. ). You can off them a trip to a local attraction, a movie night out and more. This doesn't have to kill your budget! Make use of your free Amazon Gift Cards, and you can earn just about anything for your student.
I also suggest asking at all your favorite local hangouts. This includes shops, restaurants, and more.
Did I miss any good report card freebies? Please let me know in the comments, and I will add it to the list!
Make sure to check out the HUGE List of Free Summer Reading Programs for Kids.
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