Celebrate Grandparents Day with these freebies & deals

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Hanna Horvath, CFP®

Hanna Horvath, CFP®

CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ & Managing Editor, Growth

Hanna Horvath is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and managing editor for growth at Policygenius. She helps produce the Easy Money newsletter, and owns all growth initiatives for Easy Money. She recently passed her exam to become a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ in November 2020.

Hanna's work has appeared in NBC News, Business Insider and Inc. Magazine. She is regularly quoted in top media outlets, including CNBC, Best Company and HerMoney. She has also appeared on the Money Moolala podcast and All's Fair podcast.

Prior to Policygenius, Hanna wrote for KNBC in Los Angeles and WNBC in New York. When she isn't writing, she's (often) running, (usually) cooking and (sometimes) doing photography.

Published September 3, 2019|2 min read

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Grandparents often play a large role in a child’s life. After all, they were once parents themselves.

While there are many ways to include grandparents in your children’s lives, National Grandparents Day, which falls Sunday, is a great opportunity to celebrate grandparents themselves. Here are nine freebies, discounts and deals for grandparents to enjoy.

Cards

Get free cards to celebrate grandparents with themed cards from Greetings Island. You can explore designs and download templates for free online.

Printables

Get printable, themed Grandparents Day activities for your grandchildren via ABCTeach. Printables include word search, writing prompts and coloring pages.

Breakfast

Grandparents can order off the 55-plus menu at Denny’s, which offers a number of discounts on its breakfast staples, including an omelette, club sandwich and Belgian waffle. Fan of pancakes? IHOP offers a similar deal.

Kohl’s

Want to take a midweek shopping trip? People aged 60 and up receive 15% of their entire order every Wednesday at retail giant Kohl’s.

Rite Aid

The pharmacy chain hosts a program, wellness65+, for shoppers aged 65 and over. Grandparents can sign up for the program online or in store and get 20% off their purchase on the first Wednesday of every month, in addition to a free pharmacist consultation.

Movie tickets

While the movies are expensive, people aged 60 and up qualify for a senior discount at AMC theaters, valid with an ID. Bringing the grandkids? Children aged 2 to 12 qualify for a child discounted ticket.

Train tickets

Making plans to see your family? People aged 65 and up can get 10% off most Amtrak tickets. Check the Amtrak website for details and eligibility.

Hotel reservations

Anyone aged 55 and up get 15% off on room rates at Best Western, in addition to a free complimentary breakfast.

Phone plan

It’s never been easier to stay in touch with your grandchildren via AT&T’s Senior Nation phone plan, which has 200 anytime minutes and unlimited talk and text to other AT&T users. Monthly access costs only $30 a month for users over the age of 65.

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CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ & Managing Editor, Growth

Hanna Horvath, CFP®

CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ & Managing Editor, Growth

Hanna Horvath is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and managing editor for growth at Policygenius. She helps produce the Easy Money newsletter, and owns all growth initiatives for Easy Money. She recently passed her exam to become a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ in November 2020.

Hanna's work has appeared in NBC News, Business Insider and Inc. Magazine. She is regularly quoted in top media outlets, including CNBC, Best Company and HerMoney. She has also appeared on the Money Moolala podcast and All's Fair podcast.

Prior to Policygenius, Hanna wrote for KNBC in Los Angeles and WNBC in New York. When she isn't writing, she's (often) running, (usually) cooking and (sometimes) doing photography.