Kids are notoriously picky diners, shunning factory foods in favor of cage-free gummy bears and 1983-vintage Juicy Juice. Assuage little ones’ dietary dilemmas with today's Groupon: for $10, you get a Kids Dine Free card from KidsDineFree.net (a $19.95 value).
Valid for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at more than 100 participating restaurants across southern Florida—such as Firehouse Subs, Johnny Rockets, and Sir Pizza—the KidsDineFree.net card rewards children ages 11 and younger with a free kid-size meal with every purchase of a full-priced adult entree. Each card covers the culinary cravings of one child and can be used an unlimited number of times during its 90-day life, keeping young teeth from gnawing tabletops and young lips from contorting into permanent sneers. View the frequently asked questions regarding the card and its ability to rise mysteriously from the middle of a poker deck.
Begun as a means to help young families save money, KidsDineFree.net lets kids aged 11 and younger eat for free at hundreds of participating restaurants across Virginia. Each 90-day card works at participating local and chain restaurants and entitles the holder to one complimentary kids' meal with the purchase of a full-price adult entree. Families can use the cards an unlimited number of times for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but, like a studio-apartment playhouse, each card is only good for one child.