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TD Bank Summer Reading Program

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TD BankRemember Book It? I used to love that program… free personal pan pizzas from Pizza Hut just for reading. I used to read Encyclopedia Brown and Hardy Boys and all those books for free. When I learned I could get free pizza for reading… it was like Christmas in June. It was incredible.

Well, it’s almost summer and TD Bank is once again offering a summer reading promotion in which customers with a Young Saver account (kids) can get $10 if they read 10 books. All you need to do is have your child read ten books, fill out the summer reading form, and take it to the bank. They’ll get $10 deposited into their account and the fun of reading ten books.

If you aren’t a TD Bank customer, this isn’t that great of a promotion if you’re promotion hunting. Most banks offer closer to $100 for you to join them, though their promotions aren’t as easy to fulfill as this one. They usually require direct deposits and minimum balances.

If you are already a TD Bank customer, and your kids don’t have a savings account, this isn’t a bad time to consider introducing them to saving. And reading.

$10 will be deposited into a new or existing Young Saver account. One coupon per Customer during the promotional period. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Valid May 5, 2012, through September 29, 2012. Must be 18 years of age or younger to participate. Bring form of ID for child for new account opening.

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6 Responses to “TD Bank Summer Reading Program”

  1. Frugal says:

    My kids have done this since last 5 years or so. They enjoy reading and getting free money. Win-win situatuin for everyone.

  2. Too bad I don’t have an account there! My kids would LOVE this.

  3. Sounds like a great program! We don’t have them in the Midwest though and I do not know of any banks in our area that offer something like this.

  4. daenyll says:

    A great program, easy way to teach that learning pays! Wish there were more like this. I remember being a part of the library reading program and the pizza hut program when I was a kid but trinkets or a free pizza don’t quite stack up to real money.

  5. admiral58 says:

    cool idea, maybe another idea could be to promote community service and volunteering for kids. Another lesson learned

  6. admiral58 says:

    when did pizza hut stop their reading promotion?

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