IBATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – Teacher’s Week begins on Monday, May 3 and ends on Friday, May 7.
Teachers have had to deal with a lot since the start of the COVID-19 epidemic, and this week, various restaurants and companies are giving back to teachers.
Thrillist’s online social media website compiled a list, and some of the highlights are listed below:
Free food for teachers:
Agreement: If you receive the COVID-19 vaccine, Krispy Kreme will give you a free daily donut throughout the year.
When: Until December 31st
Agreement: Teachers can grab a free free drink or Slush with any purchase when using the code “TEACHERS” while ordering online or through the Sonic app.
When: Until May 9th
Food Awareness Week Specials:
Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo
Agreement: Teachers and school staff may determine 20% of their order at participating sports venues throughout the week.
What: May 3-7
Some food deals currently available:
Carrabba’s Italian Grill
Agreement: Spend $ 50 on gift cards and get a $ 10 bonus card that can be used from May 17 to July 18.
When: Until May 15
Agreement: Buy an All-Day Pancake Breakfast Family Meal Basket or Sunday Homestyle Chicken Family Meal Basket on Mother’s Day weekend to receive a $ 10 gift gift card that can be used anytime from May 8 to June 13.
There: May 7-9
The Red Baboon
Agreement: Place $ 50 on the Red Lobster gift card and you will receive a bonus coupon for $ 10 from a restaurant, To Go, or a delivery order of up to $ 30 minimum. That coupon can be used at any time in July or August.
When: Until June 30th
Agreement: Current and retired firefighters could swing for Smashburger to grab a hot Chicken Scorchin ‘Hot Crispy Chicken Sandwich.
There: May 4th
Agreement: Get a $ 0 delivery fee when ordering via website or mobile app. You will also have to hit a minimum of $ 10.
When: Until May 15
Agreement: If you purchase $ 25 on gift cards at a restaurant or online, you will receive a coupon with a six-inch free sub that can be redeemed from July 1 to August 30.
When: Until June 30th
Agreement: Buy the Premium Hamburger and get some extra cash within the Wendy app.
When: Until May 23
The USA TODAY has followed suit and has compiled its own list that focuses on Teacher’s Day.
Teachers’ Thanksgiving Day is Tuesday, May 4 and below you will find some deals listed by USA TODAY:
Free McFlurry: Try the new Caramel Brownie McFlurry for free on May 4 with the app agreement
Teacher dates and participation dates may vary from place to place. Many donations require teachers to show a school ID.
To be on the safe side, always check the nearest location before exiting. Also, some will require you to have a restaurant app or sign up for emails.
MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes:
From Monday to Wednesday, get $ 3 for $ 10 or more on the MOOYAH Rewards App or order online using a coupon code THANK YOU.
From Sunday to Saturday, teachers who are members of Office Depot and OfficeMax Rewards will receive 25% of rewards for eligible purchases when they present a unique coupon and salary number on exit. The coupon will be available online at officesepot.com/teachers from Sunday.
Taco Bell: Get a free taco on May 4:
Taco Bell claims to have created a “new phase of the moon” which he called “Taco Moon.”
And as the fast food chain says the moon will look like a taco on Tuesday, it will offer free tacos around the world. In the U.S., free tacos will be crunchy, the series said in a press release.
But if the offer is available it depends on how you order it.
The free taco is available all day Tuesday when ordering online or in-app, and is available from 8 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. when ordering at the store.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, which is Cinco de Mayo, Taco Bell will also reward its members with 150 bonus points in the $ 5 Build Your Own Cravings Box and the $ 15 Build Your Own Taco Party Pack.
The series, which has more than 900 locations in 17 states, provides teachers with an official ID for the Big Zax Snak Meal Dinner on Thursday while the goods are seated.
Fund 225 also reflects teacher awareness this week on these events and discounts: