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A few places left to cash in on grades

Andrea and Alex, 5th graders at Krimmel Elementary get $5 to spend on video games for straight A report cards
Andrea and Alex, 5th graders at Krimmel Elementary get $5 to spend on video games for straight A report cards
B Trott

Cashing in on grades has been a fun part of the thrifty family lifestyle for years. It seems the economy has put a damper on the cash value of those A’s and B’s. Gone is the free food from McDonald's and Baskin Robbins but we found a few deals you might still enjoy:

Chuck E Cheese Bring your report card and receive up to 15 free tokens with a food purchase

Games + Bring your report card with all A’s and B’s and get a $5 gift card.

Denny's No report card is needed here, but kids still eat free on specific nights. Call your local store to find out which night is best to celebrate your child's achievements.

Using these tips when you go out to eat and the budget won't be busted!

What report card deals do you miss? Did you find more? Leave a comment and let us know!

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  • Profile picture of Laura Gokey
    Laura Gokey 3 years ago

    I love to hear when parents acknowledge good grades! My mom had a grab bag full of things she knew we liked. For me it was art supplies, stickers, and books. For my brother it was matchbox cars, legos, and candy. Thanks for sharing these ideas. My son is in pre-k and everytime he comes home with a good reading evalutation, we take him out to dinner!

  • Sarah 3 years ago

    i wish i had a prize for my straight A's!!!!YOU ARE SO LUCKY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!