The process of motivating your kids to work for good grades can really be a chore; especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, some companies are offering some decent rewards for good grades. These rewards can incentivize your children to put in some effort! In this article, we have made a list of our favorite ones. Read on to find out...
Restaurants offering rewards for good grades
Since a lot of these discounts are difficult to verify online, it is in your best interest to call the franchise manager or store to confirm-
- Baskin-Robbins: Students can get one free scoop of Baskin-Robbins ice cream if they have good grades on their report cards!
- Chick-fil-A: If your children have A’s and B’s on their school report cards, they can get a free 8-pack of nuggets.
- Chuck E. Cheese: Chuck E. Cheese’s Super Student Award gives students a Super Student Certificate, which gives them 10 free Play Points with any food purchase.
- Krispy Kreme: At Krispy Kreme, students can claim a free donut for each A (Up to six A‘s).
- McDonald’s: Students can earn a free Happy Meal for good school grades at McDonald’s.
- Red Robin: Students (ages 10 and under) can claim a free kids meal or a free Monster Milkshake (ages 11 and up) for their academic achievement or perfect attendance at Red Robin.
- Topps Trading Cards: If you bring in a good report card to the store, the manager will reward your kids with a free trading card gift.
Car insurance companies offering Good Student discounts
- Allstate: This company's smart student discount could make your teens’ insurance coverage more affordable. To access the teen driver discount, your child must be a full-time student, secure good grades, complete the teenSMART driver education program & attend school at least 100 miles away from where their cars are garaged.
- American Family: The American Family’s Good Student discount is available for high school or college students between the ages of 16 – 25. They must be enrolled full time to get it.