Get free rewards for your child's report cards

Tough to believe it’s already time to see your child’s first report card of the year, right? Make it even more special by bringing in your child’s report card to these area businesses* for discounts and freebies to celebrate their hard work so far this year:

Krispy Kreme in San Antonio
Bring in your child’s report card (for kids in Kindergarten through 12th grade) at the end of the school year and get a free original glazed donut for every A (up to six donuts).

Altitude Trampoline Park
Bring in a copy of your report card Monday – Thursday showing three As for this grading period and you’ll get  50% OFF any Jump Pass.

Pizza Hut’s 3 A’s program
Bring in your elementary or middle school child’s report card each grading period to show three A’s and you child will receive one Personal Pan Pizza and a small soft drink or carton of milk Dine-in only. Student must be present and the original report card must be presented. Available at participating locations.

Chuck E. Cheese
Chuck E. Cheese offers free tokens to kids who meet all sorts of goals throughout the year. Visit their Rewards Calendars page to print out a calendar for your child. Once they meet the goals on the page, bring it in to participating locations to redeem for free tokens. Child(ren) must be present to redeem. No more than 1 of any free token offer can be used per child, per day. Only at participating locations. Food purchase is required.

What about homeschoolers?
Visit this site to consider printing and filling out one of these report cards to take to participating businesses.

* As with these and all promotions featured on San Antonio Mom Blogs, please contact the establishments directly to confirm participation in these programs and to ask any questions.

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