EDIT: 90% OFF TODAY WITH CODE JOY
This is no secret but when it comes to points and savings, extra steps can save you a ton. Let me explain. Most of us know restaurant.com often has
80% 90% off codes several times a year. But look at this, if you start at eBates you can get an extra 30% cash + $5.00 if you are new to Ebates.com. This is on top of any off discount code currently running ( “ HOLIDAY” “JOY is the current 80% 90% off code after you join eBates search for restaurants.com!)
So let me break this down step by step.
1) Use this link and you and I BOTH get $5.00 back when
you spend $25 ( not just one $25 coupon)
2) After that, always START at eBates* to buy restaurant certificates
3) Search for restaurant.com
4) Get 30% whatever you buy in certificates
5) Apply whatever code they are using currently ( today JOY
So look how frugally you can eat out when you travel: If you spend $25( – $7.50 (30% cash back) – $5.00 sign-up bonus) = $12.50 all-in What that gets you is 6 or 7 certificates worth OVER $300.00 in dining discounts!
More things to keep in mind is these certificates NEVER expire. You can trade them in again and again and again if you do not use them. Here’s what I do: I look at where I am going on vacations. I select and print a bunch in different denominations where I am going. If I don’t use them or like the place then when I get home I turn them back in and use them another time!
It is just that simple everyone. It really is. Yes, most of the time the 18% tip (pre-discount) is built into your final bill but if you are not tipping the staff at least that much anyway you should not be eating out!
I have a few more Awardwallet plus codes so leave a comment and I will giveaway 2 of them today!
* Why do I use eBates when a few other sites pay a little more %%%% back? They are trusted, reliable and pay unlike many others I have found don’t!
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