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Restaurant.com 90% off!

NooraK

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Courtesy of Southern Savers

Starting today at 12 am for 99 hours ( till 9/13), using code NINETY you can get 90% off your entire purchase on Restaurant.com. I can’t remember if they have ever gone this high with their sales before much less so early in the month.

Whether you want a cheap lunch or dinner out, or you want to give a general gift certificate for someone else you can get:

$25 dining or gift certificates for $1

$10 dining or gift certificates for .40 cents

Think of them as a $10 off or $25 off coupon. For us this makes for cheap lunches out with Daddy, or inexpensive dinner dates.

Do you do cashback?


Go to ebates. Go to Restaurant.com through ebates and get 15% cash back. If you have never used ebates before you will also get a $5 bonus for opening a new account. Here’s a little bit more on what ebates is.
 

Intrepid_Chef

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The $25 gift cards are $10 and the $10 gift cards are $4. I'm not impressed with the selection in my area.
 

lauriedip

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you have to enter ninety and then click checkout and the extra discount will come up
 

NooraK

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They most often aren't the big name restaurants, more of the small business type restaurants. You can also purchase gift certificates and send them to anyone around the country. A great way to give a generous gift without spending as much as you really want to.
 

jbdowd0798

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Thanks it just cost me $2.40 for $24 worth of g.c for my sister to try new places in San Diego.
 

esavvymom

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Yeah..there are only 1 or 2 restaurants that I'm familiar with or would use the GCs on- but it's a great deal. They are places we don't normally get to go to often because they are $$$. But I just got several- 3x$25 gcs, and 2x$10 gcs for only $3.80!!! :D
 

lauriedip

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thank you noora, for keeping us posted
 

starrmarie

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WAHOO! I love these! I just got 12 certificates for 10.80! I usually get them when they are on sale for 80% off, loving the 90%. Good thing too, I was almost out of my last batch. :)
 

PamperedChefLayla

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Thanks for the tip. I got 5 for for $4.40. Date night here we come. LOL
 

jwagner75

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Darn they only have one place in my zip code, and that place is the pits. Going to put random zips in like my sisters ;) she has better choices.

Jess
 

Intrepid_Chef

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I see, said the blind woman.

Can you use them for carry out, or are they dine in only? Or does it depend?

Even when I specify within 5 miles of my home, I still get a lot of bar/grills from outside my area. One small eatery that is OK. I have not been there for a long time.

There is also a mexican restaurant listed. I did not know they were still open!
 

pampchefsarah

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Be careful, too, to read the 'fine print' at the bottom of the box with the choices of GC's. For example, I can get a $50 GC to a popular Mexican restaurant in our area, (for $2 after applying the 90% discount), but I have to place a $100.00 order. Still a great deal, but it means I'm spending $52, plus 18% gratuity, not $2.00.

Like I said, still a great deal, but make sure you know exactly what you're getting.
 

NooraK

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Yes, each of the restaurants will list their conditions when you are looking at their page. There is generally some sort of minimum purchase requirement, that's why it's better to think of it as a coupon.
 

esavvymom

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The bigger ones would be great if you take family out as a big group or something- but I find the $10 and $25 gc's better and more 'realistic' for my family of 4.
 

PCMomto4

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I know most of them will only allow you to use on gc per visit also! Just be prepared, don't want to go out thinking you'll get a free dinner and then be shocked.
 

ChefMary412

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Yes, each of the restaurants will list their conditions when you are looking at their page. There is generally some sort of minimum purchase requirement, that's why it's better to think of it as a coupon.

Thanks! I almost just bough $400 worth of gc for $22..... did not see the small print. Thought it was too good to be true and read more. Oh well. Still a good deal.
 

janezapchef

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Thanks for posting this! I just bought $90 worth of certificates for $3.60!
 

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