School is almost out and report cards and coming out. Did you know lots of companies hand out free rewards for students with good grades. Most times, those straight A and B report cards qualify. Start the summer right and let your kids get a pat on the back and a freebie for all their hard work at school. Don’t forget to pack up that report card and take it with you, though. Most companies offering student or report card rewards will ask to see a copy of report card to make sure they’re eligible.

Here are some FREE FOOD DEALS you don’t wanna miss:

Earn a free scoop of ice cream. Bring in your report card showing good grades to get your freebie.

Krispy Kreme
Get a free doughnut for an A when you visit a Krispy Kreme shop (not a convenience or grocery store that sells Krispy Kreme doughnuts). The limit of doughnuts handed out for A’s depends on the store, but it can be as high as 6 per report card.​

Straight-A kindergarten through 5th-grade students can earn a free Happy Meal when they bring in their report cards along with a voucher from the school.

Pizza Hut
If you have 3 A’s on your report card, you get a free Personal Pan Pizza and a small soda or milk. The offer is only good for elementary and middle school students. Dine-in only.

A report card with A’s and B’s earns either a free 8-pack of chicken nuggets or a free ice cream cone.

A report card with A’s and B’s earns a delicious treat.


The A is for Apple Program gives kids a certificate for a free kids’ meals. This program is only open to schools, though. If you’re a parent, contact your child’s teacher to let her know about this program that offers rewards for students.

Tip: Before you visit any of the businesses listed, be sure to call the store first and ask for the manager. You want to verify that particular location is participating before you promise your star student a reward. If the store isn’t participating, call other locations in your city. Since many are franchises, one store may not be participating but the location down the street is giving out rewards for students.

Also, while we have you here. . . We have LOTS of Graduation and Teacher Appreciation gifts. They aren’t free, but most are just $10 dollars! Here are a few: