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There are a numerous amount of companies currently giving away great deals due to the outbreak.
And as I’ve mentioned before, I’m overwhelmed with how many people are doing good during this time of need our nation is currently facing.
To start off, there are an abundance of companies, ranging from electronics to online shopping, to educational purposes, that are having promotions and deals to help take off the pressure this virus has put on our shoulders.
Here is a list of companies that are offering insanely good deals right now:
Popeyes: Popeyes is offering free delivery through their app and website.
Adobe: Students now have access to Creative Cloud up until May 31st, for all who are currently working on school from home.
LinkedIn: 16 online learning courses are now accessible for all individuals who are working from home.
T-Mobile: T-Mobile users can be upgraded to free unlimited data for the next 60 days for customers that already have an in-use phone plan with data.
U-Haul: College students that show student I.D. have access to free-self storage space for 30 days.
Just Salad: Through March 31st, orders purchased through the app or website can get free delivery.
Nike Training Club App: The Nike Training Club app has a variety of free exercise and workout plans to do at home for individuals who need a good workout while sitting at home.
Zoom Video Communications: Students can now request to omit the 40 minute meeting limit for their schools.
Joann and Creativebug: Joann and Creativebug have teamed up to create free online video art classes. There is also 2 month free unlimited access and 50% off memberships using the code JOANN2.
&Pizza: Hospital workers can receive a free pizza with hospital ID.
America’s Test Kitchen: Kitchen enthusiasts can now get free access to 50 of their most popular recipes.
Blaze Pizza: You can get free delivery when you spend $10 dollars or more on their website or app.
Burger King: Beginning today, March 23rd, Burger King is giving away two free kids meals with any purchase through March 6th. Orders with $10 or more are also available for free delivery.
Chipotle: Purchases of $10 or more can get free delivery through their website or app.
Del Taco: With the code DELTACONOW, Postmates is giving away free delivery with no required minimum until March 20th. Doordash is also offering free delivery for first time customers.
El Pollo Loco: Free delivery is available through Grubhub.
KFC: KFC is offering free delivery up until April 26th.
Moe’s Southwest Grill: Purchases of $10 or more will receive free delivery until April 10th.
Sweetgreen: Medical personnel and hospital workers can get free salads and food bowels by filling out a form on their website.
Uber Eats: 300,00 free meals will be provided to health care professionals. Uber Eats has also waived delivery fees for over 100,000 independent restaurants.
Class Central: Ivy League Universities are offering free online courses through Class Central’s website.
General Assembly: General Assembly is offering a free Intro to Coding class through their website.
Scholastic: Scholastic is offering free online classes for students through their Scholastic Remote Learning website.
Charter: Charter is offering free Spectrum wi-fi and broadband for 60 days for students.
Khan Academy/Walt Disney Imagineering: “Imagineering in a Box”, is a program where individuals can learn about theme park design.
News-O-Matic: Students and schools now have free access to News-O-Matic through June 30th upon filling out one of their forms.
Loom: Loom’s Pro plan is now free for teachers and students indefinitely. Up until July 1st, Loom will also be removing its recording limit and will be cutting the price of the Pro plan by 50%.
Onward: Onward has free printable activity sheets for kids who are home from school.
305 Fitness: On their Youtube channel, there is a variety of free workout videos anyone can access.
AARMY: Via their Instagram, AARMY is offering daily workout challenges on Instagram Live.
barre3: Non-members are allowed a 15 day trial by using the code BARRE3HOMEBODY.
Barry’s: Free 20 minute workout videos are available to stream on their Instagram.
CorePower Yoga: Free online classes are available through CorePower Yoga Demand site.
FitOn: Free workout classes available through the FitOn app.
Obé: A 7-day free trial includes 14 daily live classes and more than 4,000 videos to workout too.
Physique 57: A 7-day free trial is now available to sample online workouts.
Planet Fitness: 20 minute videos are available to stream on their Facebook Live.
Sky Ting: Free access to their video platform, Sky Ting TV, will be available starting the week of March 16th.
Tracey Anderson Method: A two-week free trial is now available for users to use.
AT&T: Usage caps for AT&T have been removed for all users. Their public wifi hotspots are also currently open as well.
Comcast: Xfinity Wifi hotspots are free for everyone to use, including users who aren’t committed to Xfinity.
Sprint: Sprint is now upgrading its customers to unlimited data for 60 days.
And it’s not just businesses, even Mark Cuban is fighting back against the Coronavirus! All of his employees who support local and independent businesses will be reimbursed! We see you Mark Cuban, very clever!