Scientists agree that the only reason adults have children is so they have a socially acceptable reason to visit amusement parks, eat at novelty pizza arcades, and see movies with Shreks in them. Put some fun in the oven with today’s kid-friendly Groupon for Kids Eat Free cards. Until the card expires, children 11 and younger can get a free kid’s meal at participating restaurants each time they dine with a guardian who orders an adult entree. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get one card good for 90 days of free kids’ meals (a $19.99 value).
- For $17, you get two cards good for 90 days of free kids’ meals (a $39.98 value).
- For $59, you get one stainless-steel lifetime-use card which never expires (a $199.01 value).<p>
Cards will ship automatically with standard two-to-three-week shipping. Customers who prefer to receive their card within three to five business days can pay an additional priority shipping fee ($6.05 in the US, $15.95 in Canada and United Kingdom).
Kids Eat Free pleases parents and pocketbooks with handy cards that fill youngsters with complimentary kids meals at more than 125 participating restaurants in and around Orlando. Families can gather around casual tables of participating restaurants including McDonald’s and the 5 & Diner, or choose to weave mosquito nets in the wildlife-themed dining room of the Rainforest Cafe. Using the site’s simple online search tool, adults can browse specific cities and find card-friendly restaurants near local attractions, grandma’s house, or the family’s favorite beaver-trapping site. The tool also allows users to pare down the varied restaurant selection to target crave-worthy cuisine including barbecue, Brazilian, or Italian fare. Though some restaurants offer special kids menus for Kids Eat Free pass holders, menus at Houlihan’s, Texas Road House, and Uno please kiddies with plates of their standard, universally adored fare.
With the two-card option, two siblings each eat free with their own cards, provided mom and dad chow down too, whereas families that opt for the luxe stainless-steel lifetime card enjoy free meals until they turn 11, after which they’re expected to photosynthesize their food like adults.
Kids Eat Free Card
More than 125 participating restaurants in the Orlando area including Hash House A Go Go accept the Kids Eat Free Card, filling the bellies of youngsters with a complimentary plethora of distinctive fare each time their parent purchases an entree. Ponderosa tickles palates with steakhouse cuisine, and hotspots such as McDonald's offer hamburgers, cheeseburgers, and four-piece Chicken McNuggets.
Basic cards expire 90 days after their initial use, but lifetime IDs bequeath gratis grub until kids grow old enough to be officially called foodies.