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Restaurant.com certificates $25=$4, $15=$2.40, $10=$1.60, $50=$12 - TODAY ONLY

WeepingAngels 850 1,098 January 3, 2013 at 04:31 AM in Entertainment (3) More Restaurant.com Deals
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Last Edited by BostonGirl January 3, 2013 at 07:39 AM
$10 Restaurant.com Gift Certificates for $1.60
$15 Restaurant.com Gift Certificates = $2.40
$25 Restaurant.com Gift Certificates for $4
$50 Restaurant.com Gift Certificates for $12


use promo code NEW at checkout

www.restaurant.com

I've been watching restaurant.com prices for months now, and I haven't seen any specials lower than this.

Helpful tip: You can always exchange certificates for a different restaurant later. (I have easily exchanged certificate that were 5 years old)

Newbies are advised that it's a good idea to cross reference your selections with Yelp. (Thanks to veeRob for that suggestion)
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#2
TODAY ONLY
Restaurant.com:
$10 Restaurant.com Gift Certificates for $1.60
$25 Restaurant.com Gift Certificates for $4
$50 Restaurant.com Gift Certificates for $12

Promo Code: NEW
Expires: 11:59 PST, 3 January 2013

After adding the gift certificate to your cart go to the checkout screen and enter the promo code there. Hit apply and you'll see discount in your cart. The code works on all gift certificate values, not just the ones stated here.

http://www.restaurant.com/?pgn=home
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$4 is too expensive...
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Quote from Candletric View Post :
$4 is too expensive...
Its not the cheapest ever but it is still a decent savings, sheesh.
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#5
good deal. I bought a couple 25$ for 4$. I must spend 35 which isnt hard so Ill basically have a 21$ discount to our bill. Dinner for 2 = roughly 40$ minus the 25$ = 15$ plus tip 8$ plus 4$ for coupon = 27$. Dinner for 2 at a nice restaurant for 13.50 each? good deal seeing you can spend that at a shitty Fridays or Chilies for burger and fries.
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Gift certificate only valid if printed on 8x14 paper, 50$ minimum, no split checks, doesn't include alcohol, not valid on days that end in the letter "y"...
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#7
Wow, haven't seen these in awhile, but $4 is expensive... I might have to buy a few though...
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#8
Thanks for the headsup! normally get these for 2 bucks but oh well!
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I know these deals get hammered on every time they are posted but I would like to share my experience. My wife and I got a free $15 one to a local restaurant. We had to spend $22.50 at the restaurant to make it valid. We spent around $26. When we got the bill they added $5.95 for gratuity and another $5.95 for "Convince Fee". We have gone to this restaurant on multiple occasions previously and never had any of those fees. If the certificate costs anything, you would be looking at a wash anyway. I've read it before; It's not a good deal.
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I know these deals get hammered on every time they are posted but I would like to share my experience. My wife and I got a free $15 one to a local restaurant. We had to spend $22.50 at the restaurant to make it valid. We spent around $26. When we got the bill they added $5.95 for gratuity and another $5.95 for "Convince Fee". We have gone to this restaurant on multiple occasions previously and never had any of those fees. If the certificate costs anything, you would be looking at a wash anyway. I've read it before; It's not a good deal.

CONVENIENCE fee? really? You should have called the police.
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#11
Don't enter the promo code on the main search page that lists all the restaurants. Discount will show as invalid.

Enter it at checkout after you added the gift card/coupons to your cart.

I have not used restaurant.com before so didn't know how to navigate it. Hope this helps
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Last edited by Rosamond January 3, 2013 at 06:41 AM
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Quote from BLRich1 View Post :
I know these deals get hammered on every time they are posted but I would like to share my experience. My wife and I got a free $15 one to a local restaurant. We had to spend $22.50 at the restaurant to make it valid. We spent around $26. When we got the bill they added $5.95 for gratuity and another $5.95 for "Convince Fee". We have gone to this restaurant on multiple occasions previously and never had any of those fees. If the certificate costs anything, you would be looking at a wash anyway. I've read it before; It's not a good deal.
For $4 it is not the best deal, but your experience is not a typical experience. I've used these very many times and I've never been charged a convenience fee. And the gratuity added should be 18% of the original bill, which is the least I would tip anyway. If you got charged more than that, plus a convenience fee, then you need to contact restaurant.com about that.
When these are cheaper ($2 for the $25 certs) they are a good deal. The problem is, the $25 GC used to have a $35 minimum purchase, now most of them are a $50 minimum purchase. Plus a lot of restaurants that participate in this lose a lot of money. A lot of these restaurants tend to go out of business (at least in my area). Not saying Restaurant.com is the reason, but I've seen more of them go out of business than thrive once they've listed their business on that site.
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#13
whats with the "minimum purchase of" requirements tho. almost seems to cancel out the coupon unless your planning to feed a family of 8....

edit: some restaurants have lower minimums than others.
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#14
don't they have those for $2 anymore? I even got them for $1 a couple of times (90% off)...
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I've been using RC for years. Pretty much only decent coupons (not gift certificates, they're coupons folks) are the $25 for $35 ones. You buy the $25 one for $4 here, then spend $35 in the store, and you'll end up spending about $20 total. $10 for the food over the $25, tax, gratuity, and the $4 you spent to buy the "gift certificate." Ends up being a good deal if you were already going to the restaurant, or wanted to try something new. But make sure you cross reference with Yelp, because a lot of the restaurants suck.
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