Unlike America, Australian businesses are not particularly famous for being generous with freebies especially for kids. However, there are some exceptions and some franchises have tried to cheer up kids with lovely free stuffs. This article is an endeavour to compile a list of freebies to be had for little kids.
1. Officeworks Officeworks has introduced The Ollie Kids' club. Ollie is a friendly teddy who only wants to play with little kids. Children between 3 and 10 are invited to join Ollie Kids' club to enjoy a range of wonderful freebies like a member pack upon joining, a birthday gift on birthday and free participation in school holiday programs and instore events. All these without having to spend a cent. Feel free to access their websiteto register your child now for this amazing bunch of freebies. Alternatively, enquire within a store for a paper registration form. Help your child to become Ollie's friend and reap wonderful benefits of this friendship.
Hungry Jacks has a brilliant kids club. Help your child to join the Hungry Jack's Birthday club and start scoring freebies instantly. Advantages of being a member of Hungry Jack's Birthday Club are many. On the birthday you child will receive a special birthday card accompanied by coupons for a free hamburger, chips, drink of choice and a toy. You child will also receive a monthly calendar of coupons offering lucrative discounts on Hungry Jacks's meals. Visit their website to register your child today or enquire within a store for a paper registration form. Feel free to check out this website for more information on holding birthday parties in Hungry Jacks and secure more lovely free stuffs while throwing a spectacular birthday bash for your child.
3. IGA Secure a membership for your kid at the IGA Kids club and amaze him or her with some cute freebies from IGA. Membership is free and open to kids below the age of 12. Birthday gifts includes birthday cards and other surprises. Apply online or onsite to register your kid for membership.
IGA Kids Club (Image courtesy of IGA)
4. McDonald's Register your child for the McDonald's Birthday Club to enable him or her to enjoy a magnificent birthday card on their birthday along with a special surprise. Your child could also enjoy a freebie each month, options include eraser, coloured pencils etc. So next time you are in a McDonalds store don't forget to fill out one of their registration forms.
5. Baskin Robbins Baskin Robbins has a birthday club, membership of which entitles your child to a free scoop of ice-cream on his or her birthday, exclusive offers throughout the year and a free scoop free ice cream upon signing up. Become a member online or in one of their stores to take advantage of all these beautiful freebies. While you are registering your child for this birthday club feel free to enrol yourself as well since this birthday club is not restricted to children only! So both you and your child get to have your hands on some delicious ice cream for free! Take your pick from their 30 flavours and start licking!
Baskin Robbins Ice Cream (Image courtesy of Baskin Robbins)
Hello! I liked this article, thanks for posting. However I couldn't find any mention on McDonalds Australia's website about the Birthday Club so contacted them. They told me they don't have one. Was this something specific to a franchise Maccas store maybe - ie. something that not all the network has?