[Updated] Many Companies Are Offering Free Services And/Or Waiving Fees Due to Coronavirus. Here’s a List!

Update 04/02: New offers were added to the end of the post

Educational:

  • Scholastic:
    • Scholastic has setup a “learn from home” website which will offer free daily courses for kids stuck at home because of school cancellations. You can click here for more info or to sign up.
  • ABC Mouse:
  • Reading IQ:
    • Free Access to Reading IQ for Kids in Preschool through 6th Grade. Use Promo Code: SCHOOL7771 or AOFLUNICEF
  • Academic Adventures:
  • Prodigy Math has free video game style math learning and questions. Click here
  • BrainPOP: 
    • Free access for 30 days that will be extended as long as schools are still closed
  • Work Sheet Fun:
    • Hundreds of printable educational worksheets for free. Click here
  • Mystery Science:
    • They’re offering free science lessons during school closures. Click here
  • Duolingo: Learn a new language for free! Click here
  • Many More: Click here for a bunch more educational offers for kids when they’re off from school

Phone and Internet:

  • Spectrum Internet:
    • Get Free Access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi Internet Free For 60 Days for households with students
    • Charter will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription and at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.
    • You can read more about this promotion here
  • T-Mobile & Metro Active Customers: All current T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers who have plans with data will have unlimited smartphone data for the next 60 days (excluding roaming). Click here for more details
  • T-Mobile is offering all current customers unlimited data and waiving late fees for next 30-60 days
  • Mint Mobile: New and existing customers can get Unlimited 4G LTE Data for free. Click here for more details
  • AT&T: AT&T is suspending broadband data caps for home internet customers. You can read more here. They’re also waiving late fees for next 30-60 days. They’ll also provide free access to its public WiFi hot spots.
  • Sprint is offering unlimited data for all users and waiving late fees for next 30-60 days
  • Verizon: Verizon will waive late fees and keep residential and small business customers connected if negatively impacted by global crisis. Read more here
  • Comcast/Xfinity: Comcast opens Xfinity WiFi Network Nationally for Free and Offers Unlimited Data for Free. Click here for more details

Pharmacy:

Zoom Video Conferences:

Storage:

  • U-Haul is offering 30-Days Free of Self Storage for College Students. Click here for more details

Car Rental:

  • Enterprise will waive underage fees for college students age 18-24. Click here for more details

Major Domestic Airlines:

  • Southwest: They always offer free flight changes so nothing changes for them. Any difference in fare will apply.
  • JetBlue: JetBlue has suspended change and cancel fees for all new flight bookings made between March 6, 2020 and March 31, 2020 for travel through September 8, 2020. The change/cancel fees suspension still applies for bookings made between February 27, 2020 and March 5, 2020 for travel through June 1, 2020.
  • Delta: No Change Fees For All Tickets Purchased Between March 1 to 31, 2020. Ticket Can Be Changed One-Time To An Alternate Itinerary. Must Be Re-issued On/Before: February 28, 2021. Any difference in fare will apply.
  • American Airlines: American Airlines will waive the change fee only on published Non-Refundable Fare tickets. Tickets must be purchased between March 1, 2020 and March 31, 2020, with original travel between March 1, 2020 and January 30, 2021. Changes must be made prior to the departure of your original flight. Any difference in fare will apply.
  • United: When you book a flight between March 3 and March 31, 2020, you can change it for free over the next 12 months. Any difference in fare will apply.

Fitness:

  • Planet Fitness is offering Free in-home workouts for everyone. Workouts will be led by trainers and surprise celebrity guests. If you miss the live class, you can come back and watch it later. Click here for more details on Facebook
  • Peleton is offering an extended 90-day free trial to its at-home workouts application during the coronavirus outbreak. The in-app workouts don’t require you own any Peloton equipment, and include yoga, HIIT, stretching, and other categories. Download the Peleton app for free in the App Store or Play Store.

Credit Cards:

  • Apple Card holders will be allowed to skip their March payment without incurring interest by signing up for a Customer Assistance Program, Apple is informing its customers. To join the Customer Assistance Program, Apple Card customers can call an Apple support rep directly through the Apple Wallet app and ask to be added. Click here for more details
  • American Express will waive 2 months of payments without charging penalties or interest. However, if you use this benefit, you won’t be able to use that credit card or points until you opt out. Click here for more info or to sign up for their hardship program

Food Delivery:

  • Uber Eats will waive delivery fees on all orders amid the coronavirus outbreak. Service charges will still apply though. More info here

Airbnb:

News Publications:

Sports:

  • NFL will offer fans free access to NFL Game Pass for the next 2 months!  Click here 
  • NBA League Pass will be offered for free thru April 22nd. Click here
  • NHL will be offering NHL Live for free thru April 30th. Click here

Auto Leases:

  • Some leasing companies are offering to push off payments for 1 to 3 months. In return, they’ll extend your lease by that amount of time and have you pay regular payments then, essentially giving you an extra 1 to 3 months for free. Your max miles for the lease though will remain the same. Contact your auto  see what they’re offering.

Mortgage:

  • Many states (New York included) and mortgage companies are offering 1 to 6 months of no mortgage payment requirements. Contact your mortgage provider to see what they’re offering and if you qualify.

Linked In:

  • LinkedIn is offering several very informative courses for free. Courses on time management, productivity tips, managing stress, learning various video platforms and software & more!

Crocs:

  • Crocs is giving away 10,000 pairs of shoes to Hospital and Healthcare Workers Only. Check in every day at noon eastern time to claim this. Click here

Kindle:

  • Amazon is offering 2 Months of Kindle Unlimited for Free! Previous Members are Eligible Too

Amazon Kids Video:

  • Amazon is also offering kids shows videos for free

Audible Kids:

Crayola:

  • Various arts and crafts, lessons and more for free from Crayola

Disney:

Jamm:

  • Jamm is a video call platform that’s offering 4 months for free

MeeroDrop:

  • MeeroDrop is a visual content sharing site that’s now offering large file transfers for free. You’ll be able to access these files for 3 months for free.

Daily Burn:

  • Get a 60 day premium membership for free. Get live and recorded video workouts daily. Click here

Hooked on Phonics:

Fitbit:

  • Fitbit is offering their Premium service Free for 90 days. Click Here

Government Stimulus Plan:

  • Government passed the Coronavirus Economic Relief Plan which will give most Americans $1200. Click here

Sirius XM:

  • SiriusXM Offering Free Access To Streaming Service Through May 15. Click here to sign up

Starbucks:

  • First responders can receive free tall brewed iced or hot coffee through May 3. Click here

Ivy League:

  • Ivy League universities like Harvard, Columbia & Yale are offfering free online courses. Click here

Nikon:

  • Nikon is offering free online photography classes throughout April. These are usually $15-$50 each class

Automobile:

  • Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac are offering customers free 24/7 on star support and in vehicle internet

13 Comments

  1. Great list thank you.

    Side note: As someone who rents out basement to airbnb, their policy really hurt me. I understand there are millions of potential tenants and only a handful of people like me but without people like me, there’s no airbnb

  2. Always wanted to learn photography but never had the time!
    Now i have the time and its free!!!! Yeeee!!

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