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This site shows you how to earn free tokens at Chuck E. Cheese. Download and print out the Chuck E.'s "Rewards Calendars." Mark the days off with a pen or sticker as your child accomplishes specific goals. Then, you can bring the completed calendar in to any participating Chuck E. Cheese location and receive 10 free tokens as a reward. Offer expires Dec. 31, 2020.
Sign up with the "DD Perks" loyalty program at Dunkin' Donuts and you'll get a free beverage when you sign up, as well as on your birthday. The free beverage can be in any size of your choice and includes any iced or hot coffee, tea or latte, hot chocolate or Coolatta. (U.S. only).
Download the mobile app for Baskin-Robbins and register a new account (or log in with an existing account) to get a free regular scoop of Baskin-Robbins ice cream at participating U.S. locations. Limit: one coupon per customer. (For Android and iPhone).
Sign up with Moe's Southwest Grill's "Rockin' Reward Program" to get special offers, such as a free burrito on your birthday. You must be 13 or older to sign up. Offer valid only at participating locations. (U.S. only).
Follow the instructions to register for Benihana's "Chef's Table" to get a free $30 birthday certificate during the month of your birthday, as well as other special offers. The certificate is valid Mondays through Thursdays during dinner hours only. Valid at participating U.S. Benihana locations only. (U.S. only).
At this site, you can help feed hungry people across the globe by playing vocabulary games. When you play the games here, the site donates 10 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Program for each answer that you get right. The rice is paid for by the sponsors whose names appear at the bottom of your screen when you enter a correct answer.