It’s that time again—through the end of March, visit Restaurant.com and pick up your choice of dining certificates for 70% off with coupon code SAVE. That’ll get you a $25 certificate for just $3 out of pocket, and an iron-clad excuse to treat yourself to a nice evening out.
As always, be sure to read the fine print; many restaurants have a minimum purchase requirement when using a certificate, and/or restrictions on the days of the week when they can be used. Still, I’ll take a night of my favorite food (favorite food: someone else’s cooking) any way I can get it.
I am so confused on how this works. How is this possible? Any advice?
Christin: Restaurants partner with them to provide these certificates. It’s a promotional thing; they figure you’ll come spend money with them (more than the certificate), like the restaurant, and come back and pay full price another time (and/or recommend the restaurant to your friends). It’s not a gimmick, it’s a very savvy marketing ploy that cheapies like us can use to our advantage. 😉
Well, I FINALLY live in an area that has restaurants which participate…but the two that I wanted are either too high for the minimum price ($50) or OUT OF STOCK. How does one get “out of stock”? I wish we could buy a generic coupon to use at ANY of the listed restaurants. I’ll try again when the next deal comes up!
Great thank you so much for the advice.