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So youre saying by the time i reedem the card it will have like $35 on it? Cause not quite sure how you can lose money on this lol
I'd love IHOP but the prices near me are absurd imo. The classic pancake combo is $16 near me. A 5 stack of basic pancakes is $12.30. Flavored pancakes are $14.... that's all before taxes and the tip as well. Good deal at 20% off for the gift cards of course though.
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I'd love IHOP but the prices near me are absurd imo. The classic pancake combo is $16 near me. A 5 stack of basic pancakes is $12.30. Flavored pancakes are $14.... that's all before taxes and the tip as well. Good deal at 20% off for the gift cards of course though.
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12-07-2022 at 06:54 AM.
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I'd love IHOP but the prices near me are absurd imo. The classic pancake combo is $16 near me. A 5 stack of basic pancakes is $12.30. Flavored pancakes are $14.... that's all before taxes and the tip as well. Good deal at 20% off for the gift cards of course though.

Yeah the prices have gone through the roof. For a while there, their omelettes were bumped up to like $16-$18, but guess even they realized it was ludicrous to pay as much for an omelette as a ribeye.
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12-07-2022 at 07:06 AM.
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Thanks, decent discount.
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12-07-2022 at 08:10 AM.
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Took like 30 minutes of trying, but finally got it. Kept getting a "we are experiencing unusually high volume" and it wouldn't take me to checkout.
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12-07-2022 at 09:31 AM.
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Great deal! I missed this deal during BF; glad it came back.
There is a limit of 1 per customer.

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With the way inflation is going you'll probably lose money by the time you redeem it. Gift cards are never a smart purchase in inflationary times.
So youre saying by the time i reedem the card it will have like $35 on it? Cause not quite sure how you can lose money on this lol
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12-07-2022 at 11:07 AM.
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With the way inflation is going you'll probably lose money by the time you redeem it. Gift cards are never a smart purchase in inflationary times.
Fair point but this is 20% off. As long as you use it within a year I would guess you would be fine unless you think there will be more than 20% inflation sooner than that.

That being said that if you were going to spend $50 at IHOP anyway then regardless of when you use this card it will effectively still be 20% off your meals.
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Fair point but this is 20% off. As long as you use it within a year I would guess you would be fine unless you think there will be more than 20% inflation sooner than that.

That being said that if you were going to spend $50 at IHOP anyway then regardless of when you use this card it will effectively still be 20% off your meals.
Agreed, but my comment meant more for the people that buy cards and hang onto them for a while which is a large percentage of folks. How many of us have unused gift cards hanging around from last year? I know I still have quite a few.
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12-07-2022 at 11:59 AM.
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Agreed, but my comment meant more for the people that buy cards and hang onto them for a while which is a large percentage of folks. How many of us have unused gift cards hanging around from last year? I know I still have quite a few.
That doesn't make any sense. Even if the omelette goes up to $20 a year from now, I'd still have to pay $20.
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Yeah the prices have gone through the roof. For a while there, their omelettes were bumped up to like $16-$18, but guess even they realized it was ludicrous to pay as much for an omelette as a ribeye.
Check out their Hoppy hour menu, $8 burgers aren't a bad deal, and bogo milkshakes are everyday at the ones near us make it not a bad deal.
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That doesn't make any sense. Even if the omelette goes up to $20 a year from now, I'd still have to pay $20.
Yes, but you'd also have the option to NOT buy the $20 omelette and decide to make your own omelette. The point is the intrinsic value of the gift card decreases with inflation.This is basic economics.
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Yes, but you'd also have the option to NOT buy the $20 omelette and decide to make your own omelette. The point is the intrinsic value of the gift card decreases with inflation.This is basic economics.
You said it best.
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