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Outback Steakhouse Coupon: Buy One Get One Free Lunch Entree on Saturday & Sunday EXPIRED

danandrews27 185 February 1, 2013 at 07:55 AM in Coupon (5)
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Promoted 02-02-2013 at 01:00 AM View Original Post
Outback Steakhouse [Store Locator] has Buy One Get One Free Lunch Entree (up to $10 off) via printable coupon. Offer valid thru Feb 3rd, 2013. Thanks danandrews27

Note, valid for lunch on Saturday & Sunday only.

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Edited February 1, 2013 at 04:14 PM by widgit
Coupon required:

Fine print:

Up to $10 off.
Feb 2nd Sat and 3rd Sun only

Also, Monday only, say "Super Bloom" to get that onion thing for free.


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Quote from ileorin View Post :
Is this standard practice? I always tip on take out, so I don't look bad, lol.
I never tip on take-out EEK!
Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, etc. all seem to have "tip" cups for those that do not want to look bad. Sorry to all those what work as waiters- just serving me my take out order does not qualify you for 18% of the bill.
There was a news story the other day about a woman pastor that had scratched out the 18% tip added to the bill and wrote on the bill- "I only give God 10%, why should I give you 18%?" Now I admit the pastor wasn't too Christian when she wrote it or when she got the waiter fired after a copy of the receipt went viral on the internet but I did find the comment funny.

Also from what I've been told the wait staff hates to service the new snowbirds from Canada.
It seems Canada does not have the practice of tipping, hence when they travel to the US, they keep their old habits. nod:
Please remember to tip me for providing you this service-- shake head
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i dont think its standard practice. It's one of those optional things. It's like when you buy something at the register, and there's a tip jar next to it. It's up to you if you wanna throw some change or dollar bills into the tip jar.

If they bring you food in a bag, which is the case for takeout, then generally no tip is necessary. It's really no different than takeout at a fast food joint aside from the fact that it takes longer to prepare the food.
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Quote from epicd2012 View Post :
Lunch entree...can you get a salad and get another salad free? I always wonder what restaurants consider an "entree" for purposes of coupons.

Yes, the "dinner and lunch" salads are OK to be considered an entree. I've been using BOGO entree coupons at many different restaurants including Outback Steakhouse for... eh... decades. From the prices on the lunch menu posted earlier, you should be able to get two for about $5 each.

OTOH, from my experience, they're small, not very good.

Not worth $5 each. Frown

OTOH*OTOH Nice find and post by the OP, great for those that like Outhouse Steakback. Four reps, but no thumbs up!
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How do you know if your local Outback is participating? Is there a list online of participating stores?
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Ooh, headed out for a day shopping near where ours is and We got a $50 gift card off my eldest for Christmas. My 5 year old loves their Mac & Cheese. Think we may have to eat there for lunch. Thanks Op!
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Quote from flox View Post :
Ahhh, yes.

"Tooked" - Past tense for "took".

I love me some internets.
Yeah, everyone knows the correct word is "tooken."
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Quote from Olafur View Post :
Tipping on takeout orders?!? What is this highly unslick madness you speak of? OMG
I drop a few bucks even if I pick up. If you think about it, they do around quarter to third the work the waitstaff does. They don't refill my drinks but also don;t annoy me with inane questions every 5 minutes either. It's service industry. Drop a buck or two to grease it.
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Quote from hooked_on_SD View Post :
I was always wondering about this. For those of you who really know the food service industry, is it customary to tip on take-outs? I don't want to hear from the true SDers because I already know what those answers will be Stick Out Tongue

Also, can anyone confirm whether or not Outback would take the coupon from a phone? TIA
No, it's not customary. People working the take-out do get paid full regular wage, as far as I know, and that's one rationale for tipping that they don't have (that waitstaff gets paid less than federal minimum wage and rely on tips to make up the difference). But so far as this is a service, giving a bit of tip wouldn't go amiss. If they greet me cheerfully, check to see when my order will be ready with the kitchen, and pack the boxes up nice and tight, I think that deserves a few bucks. Bonus if you open the clamshell and let me check the food first.
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For lunch today: yummy

Filet Focaccia Sandwich*
Topped with melted Provolone cheese and garlic herb aioli on
toasted bread. Served with a side of au jus for dipping. 9.99
substitute sweet potato fries

and this

Aussie Chicken Cobb Salad
Choose wood-fire grilled or crispy chicken to top off fresh mixed
greens, chopped hardboiled eggs, tomatoes, bacon, shredded
Monterey Jack and Cheddar cheese and freshly made croutons.
Tossed in your choice of housemade dressing.
Lunch 9.29
Full 12.29
Try it with wood-fire grilled chicken
and light balsamic vinaigrette.

or this

Steakhouse Salad*- NEW!
Seared sirloin atop mixed greens, Aussie Crunch, tomatoes, red
onions, cinnamon pecans and a Danish Blue Cheese vinaigrette.
Lunch 10.29
Full 13.29

All this for about $11 with tax is a no brainer on a to go order.

For tomorrow I was thinking about some wings.

Does anyone know how many are in an order?
Last edited by bud8jr February 2, 2013 at 06:31 AM
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Quote from Chae View Post :
Yeah, everyone knows the correct word is "tooken."
No silly, it's "done taked"
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Quote from Invisiblemoose View Post :
Visit Argentina sometime.
Oh, yes, Argentina..Let's see.

$1200 plane fare....
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Quote from mkygod View Post :
Yelp reviews are reviews of the specific location; not of the entire franchise. And many times in yelp reviews, it is about the service and atmosphere as much as it is about the food. Some people are quite fickle about waiting for a table or waiting on food and will easily knock 1 to 4 stars off if they feel the service is not up to snuff, regardless of the quality of food.

But anyways, i think their ribeye is the best out of any chain restaurant i've tried. Portions are fine. They are not 'super-sized' like Claim jumpers or anything; that's just too much.
Yelp, imho, stinks as a reviewing site. To find out why I think that, go to a review for a restaurant you know is good. Look at the reviews, then look at the 'hidden' reviews.
I go to a particularly great place, and they 'hid' most of their good reviews! They say it is a computer program that is set to pick out 'phony' reviews, but they need a new program, the one they are using sucks.
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So can we sub a potato for the Aussie chips if we get a burger. Seems like a potato is more well suited to go than French fries.
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Quote from The_Linux_Crew View Post :
No silly, it's "done taked"
Many different ways to say it.
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Quote from The_Linux_Crew View Post :
No silly, it's "done taked"
Simple past tense vs. Pluperfect indicative tense.

As in you just got done takeded to school.
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