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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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restaurant.com 80 percent off

Get 80% off at Restauraunt.com using the code: HOT at checkout.   These are really coupons off a larger purchase (so you do still have to spend money in the restaurant), but they are still a great way to save!

When you visit the site, enter your zip code to see all of the available certificates for your area.  It’s great to get this code so early in the month!  All the good gift certificates usually run out near the end.  Remember another great way to use these is to search for restaurants in cities that are you are traveling to soon.

This code will get you:

– $25 dining or gift certificates for $2

– $10 dining or gift certificates for 60¢

For an even better deal go through Shopathome.com to get 25% cash back.  (That makes it $1.50 for a $25 certificate!)

    • Anonymous

      I just bought three certificates for $6 total!  I have never bought from restaurant.com but I am excited to try it out :)

    • Do you know when this code expires?

      • One year from date of purchase.

        • Or at least all the ones I ever bought did. Will be at the bottom of the certificate – and in the details of the listing.

      • The code she posted may only last a few days but the certificates generally last a year

    • LeAnn

      Cool! I just bought 2 $25 gift certificates to a local place we've thought about trying. The details for this particular one: minimum $35 purchase and they add 18% gratuity to the total before gift certificate. Still a pretty good deal and a great way to try a new place. Thanks!!

    • buddybabs

      Thanks! Just purchased for the first time. Spent $6 on three certificates worth $65! Great deal :)

    • Josta4ever

      Does anyone know if the codes expire?  How long are they normally good for?

      • DMM

        The codes DO expire.  Sometimes they're good for 24 hours, sometimes several days.  This early in the month – my GUESS is that it will be a short-lived code.

        • Josta4ever

          Thanks DMM….I mistyped and put codes instead of certificates.  I did find out after some digging on the restaurant.com web site that the certificated do not expire.

          Might be good to look and see what they have in our upcoming vacation spots!

      • Josta4ever

        Meant to ask how long the certificates are good for after purchasing them.

        • buddybabs

          I bought for three different restaurants and each certificate indicates that they do not expire.

          • shellie

            Mine state one year

      • shellie

        1 year

    • DMM

      THANK YOU! I'd be waiting for a good code – my niece is going away to college next week, and I got her $260 worth of gift certificates for about $15.  Yay!

    • shellie

      This isnt correct  – they have discounted them, so a $25 goes for $3.50 and $10 goes for $1.

    • Sarah

      how does these gift cert. work?
      So If I by one that is $25  for $10 for instance.  It says minimal purchase of $35.
      So when I go to the restraunt and my bill is $40.  In the end I'll only spend total $20??  Is this correct?

      • Rbjnance

        well if your bill is 40 then you will need you $25 certificate plus $15 plus a tip – usually a mandatory 18%. so you will have invested $2 in your certificate and 15 in cash plus … um $7.20 = $24.20 on what was a $40 plus tip meal.

    • It depends on the restaurant as to how much a certificate costs. In my searches, some $25 certificates were as high as $20. For it to be $2 after the code, you have to find one that costs $10.