Sharing a meal with loved ones is a way to connect, create memories, and discover which family member has been a robot all along. Refuel your clan with today's Groupon: for $10, you get a KidsDineFree.net card from KidsDineFree.net (a $19.95 value).
Wielding a KidsDineFree.net card, families can nourish their younger members with free kid’s meals at more than 220 participating restaurants. Venues such as Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Johnny Rockets, and Quiznos serve up complimentary foodstuffs to any mini human younger than 11, as long as an accompanying adult has also bought an entree and the child can prove his or her age by mispronouncing at least three dinosaur names. Households hosting more than one hungry whippersnapper will need one card and one purchasing adult present per child at each mealtime. Cards award their carriers 90 days of unlimited use, and they can be flashed during breakfast, lunch, dinner, or whenever teams must defend their titles as champion french-fry walrus impersonators. For additional information, customers can peruse KidsDineFree.net’s page of frequently asked questions.
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 and South Florida. 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.