50+ Rewards for Good Grades! Report Card Freebies & Discounts
We’ve found more than 50 companies give report card rewards to students for good grades. If you have a school-age student, then keep this list handy! Then, you can see where to get rewarded with these fun FREEBIES & rewards when children bring home their report cards! Kids, bring in your report cards and get rewarded for your hard work getting good grades. Because you can score Freebies & Discounts for your academic achievements! Here’s our big list of freebies & deals we’ve found that reward for good report cards.
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Please stay tuned as we update all of these for 2021!
Discounts for Good Grades
- Auto Insurance – Parents with teen drivers: be sure to shop around for auto insurance that rewards good grades! Start by telling your current insurance company that your child is a good student. Many insurance companies reward families with good lower rates. Check out the section below for our best finds.
- Justice Stores – participating locations have given $5 off in-store purchase when you bring in a report card within 30 days of issue.
- Limited Too – save $5 off in-store purchase when you bring in a report card within 30 days of issue.
- Omega Sports – straight -A report card will earn you a $10 gift card
Free Food for Good Students
- Amazing Jakes – Free game play credits for good grades. In other words, you’ll get $1 for As and $.50 for Bs! (Plano, TX)
- Applebee’s -The A is for Apple Program gives kids a certificate for a free kids’ meal. Students, 12 & under, who excel in academics (or other areas determined by their teachers) receive an “A” is for Applebee’s award card which can be redeemed for a FREE meal from our Kid’s Menu.
- Baskin-Robbins – Free scoop of ice cream for good grades. Check with your local B&R for participation.
- Bob Evans: Select locations offer a free scoop of ice cream for students that received good grades.
- Burger King – In past years they’ve offered a free hamburger for good grades at participating locations
- Cheryl & Co – Get a Free cookie for every A on report card at participating stores. (locations in OH & Beverly Hills, CA)
- Chick-fil-A – Free 8-pack of chicken nuggets or free ice cream cone for A’s and B’s. Please check at your local participating locations.
- Chuck E. Cheese’s – Kids earn up to 15 tokens for their good grades (food purchase is required) Check with your local restaurant for participation.
- Cold Stone Creamery – Free ice cream for good grades. Kindergarten students up to fifth graders can participate. Check with local store for participation.
- Dairy Queen – Check with your local DQ to see if they have any rewards for good grades
- Emagine – In past years they’ve offered a free small combo with a ticket purchase, when you show a final report card with a 3.5 GPA.
- Graeter’s Ice Cream – follow them on Facebook for any Report Card Rewards. They have nothing at this time
- IHOP – free kids meal with a good report card grades. Check with your local IHOP for participation.
- Jason’s Deli JD Pickle Reward – Teachers and parents can award children under 12 J.D. Pickle Cards to redeem for a free kids’ meal.
- Jason’s Deli – Request your Kid Cash for good grades! Reward students for good grades, good efforts or good deeds through their Kid Cash program. Students love the free food it offers; parents like that food is free from high-fructose corn syrup, artificial trans fats and flavors, processed MSG, and dyes. Children ages 1-12 can be Kid Cash recipients. Kid Cash is valid only at participating Jason’s Deli restaurants and good for dine-in meals only.
- Krispy Kreme – A free doughnut for As on students report card. Kids can claim up to 6 free donuts with a good report card. Join the Krispy Kreme More Smiles club to get even more free food.
- Long John Silvers – School administrators can contact the local restaurant to see if they have any rewards for good grades programs. Join their Sea Mail club to get your own discounts and coupons.
- Marco Pizza – will give the “A” student a small 1 topping pizza; one per student.
- The Melting Pot – Earn free “Fun-Due” at The Melting Pot with A’s on your report card. Present your child’s report card to your server and receive a Three-Course Petite Feast, including cheese, a pick-three entrée, and chocolate fondue. Check with your local restaurant for participation. Bring in your diploma or good grades report card for a FREE entree with the purchase of an equal or greater value entree and a beverage.
- McDonald’s – Kindergarten – 5th grade earn a free happy meal, and 6 – 12 grade get a free value meal with straight A’s (at participating locations)
- Noah’s Bagels – Free bagel for every A for kids, grades 1-8. Check with your local restaurant for participation.
- Peter Piper Pizza – Free 7″ 1-topping pizza for good grades on the students report card. (locations in TX, NM, AZ, CA, MX) Contact your local Peter Piper Pizza for what specials they have!
- Pizza Hut – Free personal pan pizza and soda or milk for Elementary thru Middle School age kids with at least 3 A’s (dine-in only). And don’t forget to register for Pizza Hut’s Book It program, offering free personal pan pizzas for meeting reading goals. Check with local store for participation.
- Qdoba – Free kids meal A’s on report card. Check with your local restaurant for participation.
- Sonic Drive-In – offers free stuff for students with good grades, plus incentives for teachers and schools. Participating locations only, so be sure to call ahead and make sure yours has a program. Also promote Limeades for Learning Program, which has donated more than $2.7 million dollars to teachers’ projects since 2009.
- Sprinkles – follow them on their Facebook page for updates on possible report card rewards
- Wayback Burgers – free kids meal with A’s. Check with your local restaurant.
- Wendy’s – Free Frosty for kids with A’s and B’s at participating locations. Must show report card.
Free Entertainment & Admission
- Bowl America Rolling Rewards – Students can get 5 FREE games if you earned an “A” (or the equivalent grade) over the course of the 2016-17. Use these free games throughout the summer. Must bring final report for 2016=2017 to be eligible. And, don’t forget Kids Bowl Free All Summer with this special offer in link.
- Family Video – Free video rental for A’s in “core” classes, Kindergarten through college, through 6/30 (located in the Midwest)
- Minor League Baseball – many teams have rewards for good grades. Search for your local team here.Flying Squirrels (Richmond, VA) – Score An “A” Free Ticket Program – For every “A” on your current K-12 report card during the 3rd & 4th marking period you will earn a FREE General Admission ticket to a regular season Richmond Flying Squirrels’ game!
Other Free Report Card Rewards for Good Grades
Credit Unions & Banks often reward members who get good grades. So, check with YOUR bank or credit union! Many will deposit money for each A and B your student “earns!” Here are a few we found:
Good Grades Equal Free Money!
- Alpine Bank Pays for A’s! Reward your child for getting good grades. Bring a copy of your child’s most recent school report card to Alpine Bank. We’ll draw winning report cards, which will receive $10 for A’s or 4’s and $5 for B’s or 3’s for five main subjects. That means a straight-A report card could earn your child $50 cash! Deadlines: January 31 and June 30.
- AOD Federal Credit Union – All youth members, grades K-12, will be eligible to have money deposited into his or her savings account for receiving a great report card! In other words, students may earn $2.00 for every “A” grade on a report card, $1.00 for every “B” grade on a report card and $0.50 for every “C” grade on a report card.
- America’s First Federal Credit Amfirst Honor Dollars Bonus Program (part of the Kids First Club) rewards small students for big grades. Bring your child’s most recent report card with all A’s and B’s to any branch and they’ll make a $5 deposit into their Kids First Club account.
- First Southern National Bank will deposit $1.00 into a savings account for every “A” a student makes on his or her report card, up to $10 per grading period. Students should bring their report card to any First Southern branch to redeem.
- Zions Bank Pays for A’s! Hardworking middle school, junior high, and high school students (ages 12 to 18) in Utah and Idaho can earn $1 per “A” on their 2019-2020 report cards. (Sorry, “A-” grades aren’t eligible.) So, eligible students are also entered for a chance to win scholarship savings accounts worth up to $1,000.
Car Insurance Discounts for Good Grades
If your student is old enough to drive, then get discounts for good grades on car insurance! Here are a few programs we’ve found.
- Esurance: 5-10% off for maintaining a B average
- Farmers Insurance: get a discount of up to 25% if your child is in the top 20% of their class, has a 3.0 or higher GPA, and/or is on the Dean’s List or Honor Roll
- Geico: save up to $200 on an insurance policy
- Liberty Mutual: students with a B (3.0) average are given preferential rates
- Progressive’s Good Student Discount is for students with a B average or better
- State Farm: Save up to 25% – up to age 25! – if your student driver gets good grades
* Be sure to call ahead before you go, to make certain your local businesses are participating.
Good Grades & Report Card Rewards start at Home!
At home? Yes! Because YOU can offer your kids rewards. Of course, rewards for good grades can be money or they can be free. In other words, don’t feel like you need to pay for something they should be doing anyway. However, a little motivation can help keep kids focused. So, get creative and talk to your kids about what would motivate them.
Ideas for Report Card Good Grades Rewards at Home
- Report Card Party! In other words, have a party and invite friends or family!
- Kid’s Choice! Children love to go to the movies! So, reward for good grades with movie night. In other words, let your kids decide what they want to do!
- Keep it Simple! Do something easy but memorable. Such as going to the park! So, leave the smartphones and tablets at home! Remember, they don’t stay young for long!
- Check out a local museum together and learn something new And, you can get Free Museum Admission!
- Take a hike! Of course, nothing says “great job!” like getting up off the couch and doing something monumental! Pack a picnic lunch (or try our homemade trail mix recipe + 5 Healthy Ingredients to use!), then hit the trail together!
- Get Moving! So, grab your bikes and see where they take you. Tell your kids about how you got around before you got your driver’s license. Whether it was by bicycle, skateboard or Rollerblades — they might not realize there was ever a younger you! ?
- Game Night! In other words, grab some board games and spend quality time together, unplugged, as a family!
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- Your School or public library may also participate in specific good-grade rewards programs