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inKind (Dining App) $180 Credit for $50 (Amex Offer YMMV) or $50 Credit for $0

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inKind (Dining App credit at participating restaurants): https://pass.inkind.com/black-fri...22-special

There are two options:
$50 Credit to use without any purchase
$180 Credit to use if you spend $50 and have the Amex offer (YMMV) to stack from previous Slickdeal post (details below)
  • The $50 credit does expire in 30 days. New users only.
  • Credit required to signup but can be removed after signup. This is so that when you pay with inKind at a restaurant, the card will cover any balance over the credit you have in the app.
For just $50 credit (no purchase required)
For $180 credit after spending $50 (YMMV):Example, sign up using trial link above to get $50 credit.
Then purchase the Black friday deal of $100 (with 30% bonus) for $130 credit using Amex offers. The Amex offer will give you $50 statement credit.
Therefore, you will have gotten $180 credit to use at participating restaurants for only $50.
  • The credit can be used over multiple visits / restaurants.
  • The $50 credit from trial expires in 30 days.
  • The 30% bonus expires in 3 years.
  • The rest of the credit that you purchased never expires
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Created 11-21-2022 at 07:18 PM by brainiak4431
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11-21-2022 at 07:25 PM.
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1. Can the credit be used on multiple dinings or only 1 transaction?
2. Does Amex offer trigger on the pass purchase?
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11-21-2022 at 07:28 PM.
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Quote from swimsnoon :
1. Can the credit be used on multiple dinings or only 1 transaction?
2. Does Amex offer trigger on the pass purchase?
It can be used on multiple dinings.
  • The $50 credit from trial expires in 30 days.
  • The 30% bonus expires in 3 years.
  • The rest of the credit that you purchased never expires
. Source: FAQ section on Black Friday offer page.

It should trigger, although I have not confirmed yet. See the Amex offer SlickDeal post for more details: https://slickdeals.net/f/16183900-select-amex-cardholders-spend-50-at-inkind-com-dining-app-get-50-statement-credit

Doesn't seem like anyone is having issues with it.
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Last edited by brainiak4431 November 21, 2022 at 07:55 PM.
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11-21-2022 at 07:32 PM.
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Quote from brainiak4431 :
It can be used on multiple dinings.
  • The $50 credit from trial expires in 30 days.
  • The 30% bonus expires in 3 years.
  • The rest of the credit that you purchased never expires
. Source: FAQ section on Black Friday offer page.

It should trigger, although I have not confirmed yet. See the Amex offer SlickDeal post for more details: https://slickdeals.net/f/16183900-select-amex-cardholders-spend-50-at-inkind-com-dining-app-get-50-statement-credit
Thanks. That helps.
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11-21-2022 at 08:01 PM.
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If you don't want to spend any money, sign up as a new user for the free $50 credit, then use your Amex $50 statement credit offer (through the Amex link to be safe), and it'll be $100 for free, half of which expires in 30 days.
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11-21-2022 at 08:30 PM.
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My bill was $90 but Inkind added $39 to by bill for fees and gratuity that I can't get rid of.. that's 43%.. the bonus payments they give you are a scam
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11-21-2022 at 08:35 PM.
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My bill was $90 but Inkind added $39 to by bill for fees and gratuity that I can't get rid of.. that's 43%.. the bonus payments they give you are a scam
$40? That's steep. Do you have a screenshot of the breakdown?
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11-21-2022 at 08:39 PM.
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One participating restaurant in my town and they're crap. Darn.
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11-21-2022 at 09:23 PM.
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My bill was $90 but Inkind added $39 to by bill for fees and gratuity that I can't get rid of.. that's 43%.. the bonus payments they give you are a scam
This is the type of UberEats-type crap that keeps me away from "deals" like this. Even with crazy 60%, 70%, 80% off promotions, after fees you barely break even.
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11-21-2022 at 09:38 PM.
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Quote from dontquixote :
My bill was $90 but Inkind added $39 to by bill for fees and gratuity that I can't get rid of.. that's 43%.. the bonus payments they give you are a scam
You realize that the restaurant you went to chose to add that gratuity. Take it up with the restaurant.
Most restaurants charge gratuity on parties over a certain size, such as 6 or more people, anyways.

Some more context would be helpful. Which restaurant and what location? How large was your party (even if paying separately)?
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11-21-2022 at 09:39 PM.
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stay away these kinda of deals. very limited choices and high markup.
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11-22-2022 at 07:34 PM.
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Purchasing a $100 credit for $75 [inkind.com] is less out of pocket and is s 33% bonus instead of the 30% from the $130 credit for paying $100

You'll end up with $125 credit for $25 after the $50 new user bonus and subtracting the $50 AMEX credit
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11-23-2022 at 08:08 AM.
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Quote from soobaerodude :
Purchasing a $100 credit for $75 [inkind.com] is less out of pocket and is s 33% bonus instead of the 30% from the $130 credit for paying $100

You'll end up with $125 credit for $25 after the $50 new user bonus and subtracting the $50 AMEX credit
Sorry, this offer is sold out. Frown
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11-26-2022 at 06:10 AM.
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Quote from brainiak4431 :
It can be used on multiple dinings.
  • The $50 credit from trial expires in 30 days.
  • The 30% bonus expires in 3 years.
  • The rest of the credit that you purchased never expires
. Source: FAQ section on Black Friday offer page.

It should trigger, although I have not confirmed yet. See the Amex offer SlickDeal post for more details: https://slickdeals.net/f/16183900-select-amex-cardholders-spend-50-at-inkind-com-dining-app-get-50-statement-credit

Doesn't seem like anyone is having issues with it.
Do you know if there are any requirements for the $50 temp bonus? like can it be used on any purchase total or is it $50 off something?

can it be combined with the $130 purchase
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12-01-2022 at 07:06 PM.
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T&C says "The $25 referral credit is good toward an order of $50 or more on all food and beverages (not including service fees or gratuity) when you pay using inKind". I have already bought $50 inkind pass with my Amex card, so in order to spend the $25 referral credit first, do I need to spend at least $50 in the restaurant; or since I have already bought $50 pass, the $25 is mine, even I spend $30 for my meal, I can use this $25 referral credit?
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