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Free Deals for Students!


1. Food

Getting a cheap meal doesn’t mean limiting yourself to tuna sandwiches and ramen noodles for your entire school life. By joining on-campus clubs and organizations, you may be able to score free lunches and dinners several times a week. Even if you just attend one club meeting a week, you could save as much as $50 a month in food. Another way to get free meals is to volunteer for alumni association events and attend student club evening mixers.

2. Free Soda

Several fast food chains, such as Chipotle and Chick-Fil-A, offer free sodas to customers that show a valid student ID. Don’t hesitate to ask before making your purchase.

3. Washington Post

If you enjoy reading the Washington Post with your morning coffee, then get free digital access with your .edu email.

4. Movies

Student campuses across America host free movie nights during nights at quads or campus centers. Check the campus events calendar for movie listings and enjoy a night out with your friends. (See also: You Never Need to Pay to Watch Movies)

5. Museum Admission

Several museums offer free admission to exhibit halls to holders of a valid university ID on certain days. Some examples are the Boston Museum of Fine Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Make sure to check the website of your local museums for specific days and times.

6. Sporting Event Tickets

Several universities, such as my alma mater, the University of Hawaii, offer free sports tickets to current students with valid student IDs. My school even offers free bus rides to the football stadium and back to the campus. Make sure to check if you qualify for free tickets and get them early because they go fast.

School Supplies and Tools

You spend enough money as it is on books and supplies — here is how to stretch those dollars.

7. Amazon Student

Free for the first six months, Amazon Student provides free two-day shipping on millions items. Also, Amazon rewards you with a $10 credit for every friend that you refer to this program. There is no cap on the amount of credits you can get, so become the big man on campus by spreading the word to your buddies about Amazon Student. After the six-month free trial, you get the chance to sign up for Amazon Prime at 50% off.

8. Printing

There are two ways to spend the least possible on printing. The first one is to check with your instructor if you can submit your files digitally. The second one is to take advantage of the technology fee that you are most likely already paying. Check with your student union to find out which computer labs allow you to print for free and what the daily limits on free printing are

9. Autodesk Software

Engineering, architecture, animation, and design students rejoice. There is no need to get illegal copies anymore — you can get free Autodesk software with your valid .edu email. The list of free 57 Autodesk programs includes the very popular 3ds Max, AutoCAD, Inventor Professional, Maya, Revit, and Fusion 360.

10. Microsoft Software

Microsoft is giving away its Windows operating system and other premium software, such as Visual Studio Professional suite, at no cost to university students with a valid .edu email. If you are in the field of computer programming, you can use some of that free software to submit your entry to Microsoft’s ImagineCup, a global student technology competition. The prizes start at $1,000 and, if your team makes to the finals, include a trip to Seattle and a chance for a private meeting with Bill Gates.

11. Welcome Back Events

College bookstores often host these events during the first week of the fall semester to welcome returning students and freshmen. These events are great for scoring goodies ranging from notebooks to highlighters to pens. Stock up on free school supplies that you can use throughout the semester.

Money Matters

From insurance to banking to tax preparation, here are some freebies that college students can get.

12. Checking Accounts

On your first week on campus, you have to find out whether your university has a credit union. University credit unions often offer free checking and savings accounts without any monthly fees to students. Some even provide free debit cards and online bill pay. By setting up your checking account at your local credit union, you can be in your way to building a strong financial foundation and be eligible for a line of credit in the near future.

13. Health Insurance

Even if you are attending school and financially independent from your parents, as long as you are younger than 26 years old, you can be kept on your parent’s health insurance policy.

14. Bitcoin

Students with a valid .edu email may be eligible for a free $10 in bitcoin. The offer is from Coinbase, one of the most popular bitcoin wallets in the U.S. By signing up for a new Coinbase account with your .edu email, you get $10 worth in bitcoin and $1 for each person referred. Some of the students that have taken advantage of this offer include those from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Texas at Austin, UCLA, and UC Berkeley. With the current market value of a single bitcoin in the upper $600′s, you could see a nice return on those free coins. Just keep an eye on the tax rules when using a cryptocurrency.

15. International Travel Insurance

If you already own an International Student Identity Card issued in the U.S., then you already have basic travel insurance that covers you while abroad. This is very helpful to meet the travel insurance requirement from some universities and consulates. Some of the benefits include trip and baggage delay, repatriation of remains, and accident and sickness medical expense coverage.

16. Taxes

If you are a U.S. nonresident and you are receiving scholarship or fellowship grants, you may be able to adjust your taxable gross income. When all or most of your grant monies are spent on tuition, books, and university fees, then you can include an Attachment to Form 1042-S to make those grant monies exempt from taxes. Additionally, some countries, such as China and India, have tax treaties with the U.S. that allow students from those countries additional tax breaks.

17. Tax Preparation

During tax season, many universities offer free tax preparation services for students. Don’t forget to check the requirements for eligibility, such as a maximum gross income.

18. Tuition

Yes, you are reading that right. While on-campus student jobs may not offer much per hour, several offer tuition waivers. Contact your local student union or student center and ask how you can look for on-campus jobs that offer tuition waivers. Some of them may be available online, but other ones may be only available through that office. Ask around!

Miscellaneous Items

These items don’t fall into a specific category, but that doesn’t mean that they are less free!

19. Condoms

Drop by your school’s health center and stock up on many as you want. Just make sure to check the expiration date on the packaging, if available. Stay safe on the cheap.

20. Counseling and Stress Management Services

If this is your first time away from home, you may feel a bit overwhelmed. Combat those student blues with help from on-site professionals at no cost. Some schools are even offering biofeedback centers to their students to help them measure and handle all levels of stress. The cost of counseling and stress management services is quite expensive outside of school, so if you need it, take advantage of these free on-campus services.

21. Social Media Freebies

Turn your social media influence into freebies. New York-based startup Sumpto has a reward system for students with a valid .edu email and Facebook account. The higher your Sumpto score, the better your rewards. If you are very active on Twitter and Facebook, you’ll start getting free stuff in no time. Some of the companies that have provided freebies include Party City, Kraft, Chobani, Red Bull, and Office Depot.

Here are more great student freebies and discounts:

Food/Restaurant Discounts

  1. Arby’s: The next time you are craving a Beef ‘n Cheddar at 2am, you can save 10% off your entire meal when you whip out your Student ID.
  2. Buffalo Wild Wings: At many BWW locations you can score 10% off your meal. Just ask!
  3. Burger King: Who knew The King handed out deals to students? Not I. But yes indeed, you can use your Student ID to get 10% off your next meal.
  4. Chick-fil-A: Thirsty? Use your Student ID to get a free drink when you buy anything at Chick-fil-A.
  5. Chipotle: The next time you get a burrito the size of a log, use your Student ID to score a free soft drink.
  6. McDonald’s: At many golden arches locations you can use your ID to get 10% off your purchase.
  7. Pizza Hut: Flash your Student ID and get 10-20% off your next pie. Discount depends on location.
  8. Subway: At participating Subway locations you can use your Student ID to get 10% off your subs, salads, and snacks.
  9. TCBY: Just show them ANY form of student ID and get 15% off your yogurt goodness.
  10. Waffle House: Nothing better than a visit to your local Waffle House after the bars close. Next time save 10% off by showing your server your Student ID.

Book & Newspaper Discounts

  1. Barnes & Noble: While B&N does not offer a flat discount to students, they do offer deals on textbook rentals with savings up to 50% off. Also, check our site for B&N coupons to save even more money.
  2. New York Times: College students can save 50% off the regular rate. Check the College Rate page for all the details.
  3. Wall Street Journal: Students can get the amazing rate of $1 a week for the WSJ. Click Here for all the details.

Clothing Retailer Discounts

  1. Ann Taylor: Get 20% off your full-priced order with your Student ID. Details here.
  2. Banana Republic: Save 20% off your full-priced order with your Student ID. Details here.
  3. Charlotte Russe: 10% off your entire purchase with your ID card.
  4. Goodwill: Yes, even your local Goodwill will give you 10% off with ID.
  5. H&M: Save 15% off your entire in-store purchase with your Student ID.
  6. J.Crew: Save a cool 15% off when you present your Student ID at checkout. In-store only.
  7. Juicy Couture: Save 15% off your purchase with your ID card.
  8. Limited: Save 15% off every purchase made in-store with your ID.
  9. ModCloth: The popular online vintage clothing retailer offers a 10% student discount with registration.
  10. Sally Beauty Supply: Just register for your beauty school ID and get exclusive savings and coupons.
  11. Register via the StudentRate site and get 10% off at
  12. Steve Madden: Save 10% off with your Student ID.
  13. Urban Outfitters: Save 10% off specific days with your Student ID. Sign-up for their Student Program to be kept in the know.

Attention Students: Bundle a coupon on top of your student discount at these stores: Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Charlotte Russe, The Limited,, Steve Madden, Urban Outfitters.

Tech/Wireless Discounts

  1. Adobe: Students can save up to 80% off popular Adobe software titles. Click here for the details.
  2. Apple Store: Check out the Apple Students section of their website and save up to $200 off a new computer.
  3. AT&T Wireless: Click HERE to enter your school email to see if you qualify to get a 10% student discount.
  4. Best Buy: Check out the College Student Deals program for exclusive deals on laptops, tablets, desktops, and small appliances.
  5. Dell: Via Dell University, students can qualify for some really good savings on new laptops and desktops.
  6. Fujitsu: Students are eligible for a 5% coupon on select LIFEBOOK notebook and Tablet PCs. To receive the discount, call 1-800-FUJITSU.
  7. Hewlett Packard: Check out the HP Academy program for some exclusive student discounts.
  8. Microsoft: Visit the Microsoft Store for Education and save 10% off software, Windows PC’s, accessories, and more.
  9. Norton:  Check out their Student Discounts page and save up to 50% off titles like Norton 360, Anti Virus, and Internet Security.
  10. Sprint Wireless: Visit the Sprint Discount Request page and enter your email address. Expect monthly savings in the 10-15% off range.
  11. T-Mobile Wireless: Visit and get a 10% discount on your monthly bill. It looks like they will even pay your early termination fee with your current provider.


Free Summer Classes and Crafts!

Kids1.  Lowe’s Build and Grow Classes for Kids 2.  Home Depot Building Classes for Kids 3.  Michaels’ Craft Classes for Kids 4.  Toys R Us Free Activities for Kids 5.  Disney Store Free Events for Kids 6.  Pottery Barn Free Classes for Kids 7.  Lego Stores Free Events for Kids 8.  A.C. Moore Craft Classes for Kids $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Pet Freebies!

Terrier Dog  and Cat Sitting on a SofaVCA Hospitals Free pet health exam at your neighborhood VCA Animal Hospital. First time visitors. Bring Fido Sign up for free samples of pet food, dog treats and much more. Brit Petfood Free Petite Healthy Dog Treat. Rachael Ray Free sample of super premium natural food for cats. Fancy Feast Free Fancy Feast broth cat food. Timberwolf Free Timberwolf natural pet food sample. Cesar Free Cesar Dog Food Sample (Tray It Forward To A Friend). Life Line receive a free 14-day sample of LIFELINE Equine Elite or LIFELINE Agewell for your horse. Forti Flora Free sample od dog vitamins contains 5 sachets. Friskies Get a FREE Bag of Friskies Grillers Cat Food. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Free Gym Memberships!

ExerciseLA Fitness

LA Fitness has more than 500 locations in the U.S. so find the one in your neighborhood and check it out. Go in and ask for a free two-week pass to try this gym to see if it fits your workout style. Note this offer is available to nonmembers only, and can be used once during a six-month period. Guests must be at least 18 years old.

24 Hour Fitness

You can receive a FREE 7 Day Pass to 24 Hour Fitness!  The pass gives you free group exercise classes, the ability to work out at any of the club locations and no appointment is needed!

Gold’s Gym

Gold’s Gym has more than 700 locations around the world and offers a free pass to try out the facilities at your local gym for up to seven days . Note that the duration of the free pass varies by location and is valid only at participating gyms.

Bally Total Fitness

Try out your local Bally Total Fitness with a free seven-day pass. You must be at least 18 years old and a local resident to qualify for this offer.

Snap Fitness

Did you know Snap Fitness has more than 1,400 locations?  You can enjoy a  30-day pass to try out their gym facilities. Note that you need to pay $8.95 to have a “Smart Card” shipped to you, then enjoy 24/7 access to your local Snap Fitness. Check out your local store for rules and regulations.

Free workout apps

If you do not feel like going to the gym then try out free workout apps.  Fitness apps provide users with hundreds of workouts.  Try out Nike Training Club, Map My Run, Lose It! and Fitocracy. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Free United States Travel Guides!

easy chairThe Deal Queens love to travel and we get state travel guides to help us plan and score deals.  Simply click on the state links below and order your free travel guides, vacation planning kits, official state highway maps, and special brochures.

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana MaineMarylandMassachusetts Michigan MinnesotaMississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota OhioOklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode IslandSouth Carolina South DakotaTennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia WashingtonWashington DC West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming


Free Wedding Registry Gifts!

brideandgroom31.  Bed Bath & Beyond Simply Register at Bed Bath & Beyond and you will get a ton of FREE gifts, just for registering! The following is a list of freebies at the time of this post: FREE Anolon Advanced Bronze 1qt. saucepan FREE Circulon Contempo 2 cup petite saucepan FREE Downloadable software with 75 recipes FREE Set of Emeril Nylon Tools (spatula, ladle, spoon) FREE Twin Grip paring knife FREE Wood flatware storage box FREE Set of four (4) Knork Matte forks FREE Salt & pepper shaker set FREE Heart dish FREE Serving spoon Note that with each FREE item you will have to meet a required minimum on your registry so be sure to check each item carefully.  You will also need to print out copies of the registry to mail in with each offer.  Read more about the specifics at Bed Bath & Beyond’s Bridal Registry.  Bed Bath & Beyond has another whole list of FREE Gifts with Completion.  Also Bed Bath & Beyond will give you a FREE supply of announcement cards for your friends and relatives. 2. Bloomingdales You can get the following FREE Wedding Stuff at Bloomingdale’s with your bridal registry and you can take 10% OFF the remaining home items on your registry for up to six months after your occasion date: FREE Cuisinart food processor-shaped USB Drive when you register $150 worth of Cuisinart products FREE Personal Registry Consultant FREE Thank You Card Manager FREE Invitations to Bridal Events FREE Monogramming on Towels, Sheets, Robes Create your FREE Bridal Registry Today to get your FREE Gifts! Pensive Bride Holding Her Bouquet3.  The Container Store Simply create a Wedding/Bridal Registry at  The Container Store location near you and they will give you a FREE Portable File Tote to help you stay organized. Note this FREE offer is actually valid for all registries including Wedding, Housewarming, Baby, Graduation, anniversary, birthday or any other celebration. 4. Crate & Barrel Brides who register with Crate & Barrel will be eligible for a several nice Free Wedding Registry Gifts. The following are a list at time of this post: If you are registering for $150 or more of Cuisinart products, you’re eligible to receive a free processor-shaped USB Flash Drive (see photo above) containing recipe set software along with 75 Free original Cuisinart recipes. To celebrate your engagement and to thank you for registering (not completing) for a KitchenAid Stand Mixer, Stand Mixer Attachment and Blender, you’re eligible to receive a Free $10 Crate&Barrel Shop Card. Simply Register (not complete) for 1 Automatic Magnifica S or an Automatic Magnifica SL and Receive a Free set of espresso glasses. Register (not complete) for 1 Pizzeria Pronto Oven and Receive a FREE Neopolitan and Tuscan pizza herb blend. 5.  Dillards Check out Dillard’s free gifts as registration incentives. FREE flash drive loaded with 75 original Cuisinart recipes from Cuisinart when you Register for $150.00 of Cuisinart products. FREE Wilton Aremetale products - receive a heart dish when you Register for $300.00 or more of Wilton Aremetale products. FREE “I thee wed” wedding and home planner. FREE Shower enclosure cards. FREE gift packaging for your guests on registry purchases. 6. Kohl’s Kohl’s has a cool wedding registry program called Wedding Wishes that includes a tons of free wedding stuff! They will give you up to 150 FREE Custom-Printed Bridal Shower Announcement Cards.  These cards will include a discount offer for your guests as well. There’s also an option for FREE Wedding Announcements and a discount offer. Note the following are free with registry (not completion) offers (as the day of my post): FREE Cooking with Calphalon 7″ Santoku knife and a Stainless Steel Trivet with $400+ Cooking with Calphalon Registry, FREE two-cup, petite saucepan when you register for $300 or more of any Circulon product. FREE small heart dish when you register for $300 or more of Wilton Armetale products. Note there are many Free After Completion of registered items. Keep in mind when you register with Kohl’s you will earn a reward of 10% off all of the items that are purchased from your registry, up to $200! 7.  Williams-Sonoma Visit your local Williams-Sonoma to check out the free wedding registry gifts. For these gifts, your guests do not even have to make a purchase.  Note they do offer additional FREE gifts with completion and purchase of registered items. This is what you can get free for simply registering items: FREE Chef’s Apron – Register for $200 of qualifying Wüsthof products. FREE Shun Hinoki Cutting Board - Register for $450 of qualifying Shun products. FREE Flash Drive with Recipes - Register for $150 of qualifying Cuisinart products and you’ll receive a food-processor shaped flash drive containing recipe software, plus 75 original Cusinart recipes. FREE Polishing Cloth - Register for $500 of qualifying Reidel products. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Free Labor Day Stuff!

Boys at Twilight Holding Sparklers in Front of FlagLabor Day is Monday, September 1, 2014. Enjoy all these freebies! ★ FREE Star Spangled Banner (The National Anthem) MP3 Download ★ FREE Labor Day Clipart ★ FREE TNT Fireworks Poster, Sticker, Magnet, Tattoos & More! ★ 50 FREE Firecrackers @ Fireworks Supermarket Locations with Coupon ★ FREE Pocket Constitution ★ FREE Square Inch Of US Land  ★ FREE iPhone App ► Anthem USA $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

10 Free Things to Do With Your Kids

KidsHere is a list of ten fun things to do with your kids for free.  I have done all of these things and now that my kids are older, I take my nieces and nephews for a free fun day.

  1. Participate in workshop classes - Both Home Depot and Lowes have free classes on Saturdays for kids to make and keep cool wooden crafts.  Check the Home Depot Website for more information but these classes are usually on the first Saturday of every month between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. for kids ages 5 to 12. Also, check Lowe’s websites for the times and dates of the free Kids Clinics on weekends.  Michaels craft stores also offer free classes for kids and families, so check their website for dates and times.  For February, they offered a free class for families to make your own Valentine Day cards.
  2. Go to a museum - Many museums have free days for residents. For example, in San Diego the museums in Balboa Park have Resident Free Tuesday – there is a list online for free admission to museums.  Also, if you have a Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit card, you can get a free ticket on the first Saturday of every month to 150 participating museums (in 31 states). Check out the Bank of America Museums on Us program for more information.
  3.  See a movie - Many movie theaters have free showings of family-friendly movies. Check the Web sites of theaters in your city. During the summer most theaters have a promotion for free movies and some theaters currently have a promotion that if you purchase adult tickets you get a child ticket free.  Also, keep your eyes on cereal boxes as I have gotten many free tickets and family friendly videos on cereal boxes. General Mills has an offer that if you buy any two specially marked boxes of General Mills cereal and fill out an online certificate you can get free movie tickets. See their website for more information as this offer is good until December 2013.
  4.  Make music or instruments - Make a song basket. Write the names of your child’s favorite songs on slips of paper and keep them in a basket that you can pull out and choose from whenever you want to sing.  There are many great websites and YouTube videos on how to create instruments.  For example all you need to create your own drums, are some old formula cans, balloons, scissors and some packing tape. Stretch the balloons around the can. Double layer the balloons for durability and cut the top layer for a fun effect. Rain sticks are easy to make by filling a paper-towel tube with dried rice and crumpled wiring (or something to make the rice move slower) and covering the ends with paper and tape.
  5. Set up a home spa - Paint your kids’ nails, do their hair and apply makeup.   Look online for a pedicure video as there is great tips on how to give your feet a treat.  Do not forget a meditation station which is fun for all ages.
  6. Visit the fire station - Most kids love visiting the fire station.  First read a book to your child about fire stations and write down the list of questions your child asks. Explain the responsibilities of firefighters and how to call them in an emergency. Call the fire station first to make arrangements and then take your child to visit. A firefighter will gladly show your child around and answer any questions. Often, the firefighters will let them sit in their fire engines and give them stickers, coloring books and more.
  7. Conduct a science experiment – Many children love science experiments.  Get online and try to make a “volcano” with baking soda, vinegar and food coloring. Small children can make play dough.  All you need is some flour, water, cream of tartar, oil, salt, and food coloring.
  8. Build a Fort and have a slumber partyHave the entire family get in their pajamas then move the living room furniture around.  Bring out the blankets and build forts all over.  Tell stories and sleep in the living room.  Camping inside can be great fun.  Don’t forget to have a fun pillow fight!
  9. Have a Paper Airplane Flying Contest -Look up great new layouts or teach your child the classic folds of paper planes.  All it takes is a flat surface and paper.  Go online and see all the cool examples of paper airplanes!
  10. Make a Treasure Hunt – There are many ways to make a treasure hunt for the kids.  Give them a piece of paper with a “treasure map” and hide a favorite item or some cookies.  Another inexpensive idea is to reuse plastic Easter eggs filled with clues to send them on a hunt around the house and yard.  It takes a little time in the beginning but this activity can keep the kids busy for hours.


Kids Eat Free

Hungry Boy at the Table It costs a fortune to eat out with the kids but many restaurants offer free nights.  Here is a list of restaurants that give free kids meals! Remember to call ahead because these offers vary by location. A Arctic Circle – Free complimentary cones, dine in only. Applebees – Kids eat for free on Monday/Tuesday Nights at select restaurants.  One free kids meal per adult entree purchase but additional kids are only $1.00. Participation may vary so call ahead. B Baja Fresh- Free kids meal on Sunday with an entree and large drink purchase. Backyard Burger – Kids eat free on Tuesdays and Thursdays after 4 pm with adult entree purchase. Beef ‘O’ Brady’s – Kids 10 and under eat free from 4-8pm on Tuesdays with adult entree purchase. Bennigan’s – Children eat free on Tuesdays with one adult entree purchase. Bob Evans Restaurants – Free Kid’s Meal with every Adult meal purchased after 4pm on Tuesdays! Bruster’s Real Ice Cream – Kids who are under 40 inches tall receive a free baby cone. C Cafe Rio – Free kids cheese quesadillas, dine in only. Captain D’s – Kids eat free restaurants offer the deal on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Limited to 2 free kid’s meals for each adult dinner purchased. Champps Americana – For every paying adult two children can eat free. Chilis – Monday thru Wednesday kids eat free with two kids free per adult entree. Carrow’s – Kids 10 and under eat for free on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Chik-fil-A – On Tuesdays when you purchase a combo meal you get a free child’s meal (offer varies by location). Cici’s Pizza – Kids 3 and under eat free 7 days a week. Country Buffet – Kids eat free with purchase of adult buffet. Culver’s – Children receive a free cup of custard with their meal. D D’amico and Sons – Kids eat free on Sunday Evenings. Damon’s Grill – Kids 12 and under get a free kid’s meal on Thursdays. Only one free per adult entree. Denny’s – Children eat free on Tuesdays and (some locations) Saturdays. From 4-10 PM. Dickey’s Barbecue Pit – Kids 12 and under eat for free on Sundays. One adult entree and a child’s drink is a required purchase. E Earth Fare – Free kids meal Thursday nights 4-8pm for each five dollar adult meal purchased. F Famous Dave’s – Kids eat free on Tuesdays (could vary by location). Friendly’s – Children eat free on Tuesdays (adult meals have discounts on Tues, as well). Can vary by location. Firehouse Subs – Kids 12 and under eat free from 4-9pm on Wednesdays and Sundays. One per each adult purchase. Fire Mountain – Kids eat free with purchase of adult buffet. Use the printable coupon on the kids menu. G Go Roma – Kids eat free on Sundays. Godfather’s Pizza – Children 10 and under get a free buffet from 11am – 2pm and 5-8pm on Tuesdays. Golden Corral – Kids eat free on Tuesday Nights. Granny’s Buffet – Kids eat free with purchase of adult buffet. Use the printable coupon on the kids menu. H Holiday Inn – Adults always have to pay, but they do have kids eat free restaurants. Call your local Holiday Inn for details. Hometown Buffet – Kids eat free with purchase of adult buffet. Use the printable coupon on the kids menu. Hooters – Children eat free on Sundays. I IHOP – Kids eat free everyday from 4-10pm. Not valid at all locations. Ikea – Kids eat free every Tuesday and during special promotions throughout the year. Islands – Children eat free on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. J Jacksons Restaurant  – Mondays kids eat FREE from 4-7 p.m. with purchase of an entrée. Jason’s Deli – Kids eat free at Jason’s Deli on Sundays – at select locations only, call for participation. L Lonestar Steakhouse – Kids 12 and under eat free on Tuesdays – two children per adult entree. M Maggianos – Children eat free on Sundays. Marie Callender’s- Tuesdays and Saturdays kids 12 and under eat free with the purchase of an adult entree. Macaroni Grill – Kids get a free drink and ice cream with their meals. N Nothing But Noodles -Mondays receive one FREE kid’s meal per paying adult after 5pm. O O’Charley’s – Children 12 and under eat free every evening. Call before you go. Old Country Buffet – Kids eat free with purchase of adult buffet. Use the printable coupon on the kids menu. On the Border Mexican Grill – Free sundae with kid’s meal purchase. P Perkins – Kids eat free at Perkins all day on Tuesdays. Piccadilly – Children 6 and under eat for free Monday – Saturday. Pizza Hut – Kids eat free on Tuesday evenings – may vary per location. Pizza Street – Young people 9 years and under eat free from the buffet on Tuesday from 5-8pm. Planet Sub – Kids eat free on Tuesdays and Sundays with each adult meal purchased. Ponderosa Steakhouse – Kids eat free from 4pm to close on Tuesdays. Q Qdoba Mexican Grill – Kids eat free at Wednesdays (some locations) and Sundays (some locations) . Quaker Steak and Lube – Kids eat for free 5pm to 10pm on Mondays. Quiznos — All day, every day receive one FREE kids meal with the purchase of an entrée. Participating locations only. R Red Robin – Kids 10 and under can eat for free on Monday and Tuesday from 5-9pm. Rock Bottom Cafe – Kids 12 and under eat free on Mondays and Tuesdays. Ruby’s Diner – Children 12 and under eat for free Ruby’s Diner after 4pm on Tuesday. Ryans – Kids eat free with purchase of adult buffet. Use the printable coupon on the kids menu. S Salsarita’s – Kid’s eat free with purchase of an adult entree. Shari’s Restaurant – Children eat free on Saturdays and Sundays from 4-9pm. Shoney’s – Kids 4 or younger eat free everyday with an adult entree purchase. Space Aliens – Kids 10 and under get a free kids pizza along and 10 game tokens on Tuesdays with the purchase a regular price adult entree. Steak n’ Shake – Children can eat free (12 & under) with a purchase of an adult entree valued at $8 or more only on the weekends. Sweet Tomatoes-Kids under 2 eat free. T Texas Roadhouse – Mondays or Tuesdays (check your location) kids 12 and under eat free. Texas Land & Cattle – Kids 12 and under eat free on Saturdays from 11am – 4pm.  Two free kid’s meals for each adult entree. TGI Friday’s – Kids 3 and under eat for free on Mondays and Tuesdays. Tropical Smoothie Cafe – Kids eat free on Sundays (participating locations). Tony Roma’s – All of Tony Roma’s Kids Eat Free Restaurants offer the deal for 12 and under on Tuesdays. Tucano’s Brazilian Grill – Children 6 and under eat free with adult purchase. Tumbleweed Southwest Grill – Kids 12 and under eat free on Sundays. One kids’ meal free for each adult entree. U UNOs – Children eat free Tuesdays. One free kids meal per purchase of adult meal. Z Zebbs Grill & Bar – Kids 10 and under eat free on Sundays with each adult meal purchased.

7 Free Things on Airplanes

Summer is travel time and there are all sorts of free things you can get when you travel. Many are not advertised and you don’t know you can get them unless you ask.

  1. Water Bottle Refills – Many travelers are bringing their own water bottles these days. You can get them refilled on planes as long as there is enough water on board.
  2. Heartburn? – Airlines often have antacid tablets on board that they can share with you.
  3. Got an Ache?Most planes are stocked with over-the-counter pain medications. Many airlines will gladly give you a few whether you have a headache or backache.
  4. Find a Doctor - If you are really ill, alert the flight attendant who can help you find medical assistance on board.
  5. Cool Stuff for Kids - Ask for wings and other airline goodies for you kids.
  6. Extra snacks and sodas - Still thirsty or hungry after that free drink or bag of peanuts? Ask for more. You can frequently get the whole can or an additional serving of snacks if you ask nicely.
  7. Sanitizing wipes - need to wipe down the armrests or your hands after eating those free cheese crackers? Ask an attendant. Especially if the person next to you is coughing or sneezing.

**Some airlines, however, prohibit attendants from distributing medication.

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