Good Grades Get Kids Free Stuff in San AntonioPosted by Sarah W on September 10, 2012
School is in full swing and even though it’s only been a couple of weeks, your child might need a little extra motivation to keep focused and working hard for those grades. Put your wallet down, and let the professionals handle the goody giving. There are some very generous businesses around San Antonio with programs that will give your child a reward for getting good grades. Sounds good right? It’s like a reward for parents and kids! Your child can get something special for their hard work without putting pressure on your wallet.
Here they are, places to redeem good grades for free goodies:
Krispy Kreme: Get an ‘A’, get a donut. Some stores will give you up to 6 donuts, that’s some tasty motivation for straight A’s.
Chuck E Cheese: Bring in your most recent report card and receive free tokens for good grades. That’s a trade of play time for study time. Valid with a food purchase, there is a 15 tokens maximum per child.
Pizza Hut: Elementary or Middle School students receive a free Personal Pan Pizza and a small drink when they bring in a report card with 3 A’s. That’s a meal that can fuel the next round of studying. At participating locations, this offer is only good with the student present and dining-in.
Incredible Pizza: Your report card can earn Incredible fun at Incredible Pizza. Straight A’s gets you a $6 gamecard credit, A’s and B’s gets you $4 in game play, and showing improved grades from the last report card gets a $3 gamecard. Everyone can have fun when they show how hard they work.
Meemo’s Bakery: Be a part of Meemo’s ‘A’ Team when you bring in a report card with all A’s. Get rewarded with a free treat (up to $2.50 value) or if you are working towards better grades, show your improved report cards for the same reward. Good grades never tasted this good before, thanks Meemo.
Baskin Robbins: What’s a better after-school treat than ice cream? It’s simply delightful and so is their reward. Get a free scoop of ice cream for good grades on your report card, at participating locations.
What keeps your kids going? Does your family have special rewards for working hard in school? Share in the comments below.