Saturday, October 25, 2008

Have you heard about You can purchase $25 gift certificates to local restaurants for only $10! Use the following codes to make it even cheaper. These are printable gift certificates that you take to the restaurant. Search for your location to see what restaurants in your area participate. I have had many people tell me they love buying these for gifts!


Save 80% off your entire online order! Use code pumpkin or TREAT at checkout. Expires Oct 31st.



Mackenzie said...

Marne - I love your site. I went to Bath and Body yesterday to get the great deals that you had posted on your site. Thanks for all the great tips. I'll be taking lessons from the best!

Amanda said...

These seem great--but make sure to read the fine print. Most of them require a minimum purchase (which is usually more than the gift card amount). And the fine print changes with each gift card amount. ie: Melting Pot $25 (requires a minimum purchase of 2 entrees) and Melting Pot $50 (requires a minimum purchase of $100). Plus, most of them have an 18% gratuity on the pre-discounted amount. It's a good deal if you're planning to spend money anyways--but just be careful!

Marne said...

Yes, that is true. Each restaurant require you to make a minimum purchase. But you are still getting a STEAL! Remember, for each $25 gift cert you are only paying $10. So for a $50 meal you pay $20...even less if you are purchasing more for gifts and use the codes I listed!

By the way, The Melting Pot is one of my favorite restaurants. I have only been there twice on special occasions since it is so expensive. $50 there is cheap. When my DH took me there on my 30th birthday we spent over $100 on the full course meal. Imagine how much cheaper it would have been for us if we have used these gift certificates instead!

Amanda said...

It is a steal of a deal...they'd be fun to use for myself. I just don't think I'd like to give them as gifts (requiring them to pay money out of their own pocket before they can use the gift). I just thought I'd add my 2 cents. Thanks for all of the great advice and tips you put on here. It's awesome!

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