Parents are working full time and juggling virtual learning and a neverending to-do list. Lunchables is here to help take one thing off your plate and help you start 2021 off right. One winner will receive free groceries and grocery delivery for an entire year.

Leave It To Lunchables Rewards ProgramBeginning Jan. 2021, the brand is offering a chance to win $10,000 for groceries and a year-long Instacart Express membership with its new Leave It To Lunchables Rewards Program. The Leave It To Lunchables Rewards Program helps you tackle your to-do list while giving your kids a lunch they love. Each Lunchable purchase earns rewards that can redeemed for perks such as free coffee runs, school supplies and movie rentals. 

Joining the Leave It To Lunchables Rewards Program is easy. To start earning rewards and enter for a chance to win the grand prize, head to between now and Mar. 31 to register your eligible purchases of Lunchables products. The brand will select one winner in April. 

“Moms are juggling more now than ever before with virtual learning, working from home and a neverending to-do list,” said Molle Klein, associate brand manager for Lunchables. “With the new Leave It To Lunchables Rewards Program, we’re taking one thing off her plate. It’s a simple way to give kids a lunch they love and reward mom with her own prizes for all her hard work.”

Lunchables is also teaming up with Melissa Joan Hart to help support parents and get them through these demanding times. As a mom who knows a thing or two about juggling work and home life with three kids, Hart understands why moms deserve a reward for all the extra things they have on their plates right now.

“My kids and I have always loved Lunchables. They get a super tasty lunch, and I save time making a whole meal,” said Hart. “When I learned about the new rewards program from Lunchables that helps parents through such a crazy year, I was so excited to team up with them! I’m already adding multiple Lunchables to my shopping cart, and now, I can get rewarded for it!”

To learn more about the Leave It To Lunchables Rewards Program, visit or follow along on social media via Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.

—Jennifer Swartvagher

Featured photo: Lunchables


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