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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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The Restaurant.com 90% off sale has been extended through Today! Use code WOW during checkout to get 90% off.

These are really coupons off a larger purchase (so you do still have to spend money in the restaurant), but they are a great way to save. So for $1 you get $25 off a meal, you might need to spend $50 still but that’s still a great way to save!!

We grab the $10 off certificates to get a $15 lunch for $5 after the discount. Make sure to read your certificate before purchasing so you know the requirements needed.

Go through ebates and get 15% cash back.

    • Red4drea

      you can purchase a $50 restaurant.com gift certificate for just $2.50! $50 goes a long way on this website with all of their promos!!

    • CouponDadChris

      Let me clarify. I’ve noticed that, for example, Old Navy is part of Upromise and ebates. Is there a way to buy from oldnavy.com and take advantage of both Upromise and ebates.

    • His_mother27

      I still cant get anywhere in this website. AGGGGGGHHH!!

      • Lisa

        The coupons for the restaurants I want are always sold out. :(

        • Jennie

          Buy a Restaurant.com certificate and then purchase the ones you want after they reset them.

        • Guest

          The reset last night and they go in about 10 min. I found this out last night was able to get 10 dollar one for my favorite restaurant.

      • Bunbun321

        Sounds odd, but I just used a different computer and it worked perfect.

    • His_mother27

      I still cant get anywhere in this website. AGGGGGGHHH!!

    • Stormy

      Awesome for those that missed out yesterday. I finally had some luck getting the site to work btwn 6-7:30 CST yesterday. I stocked up. There are so many food options in the town we just moved to (Austin, TX) and the site is a great way to try some of them for fairly cheap.

      If you plan on buying a bunch (I went a little overboard and got almost 50), do it in small increments. For some reason the site would reset every so often and I'd lose everything in my basket then have to go back through the 150 restaurants offered for my area and try to remember which ones I'd picked. Finally I just put 10-15 in my basket each time then would check out.

    • traci

      Scored 5/25 certificates for 12.00…whoohoooo! These will make great additions to a gift basket at Christmas.

    • Lucy

      Thanks! Just got 4 certificates for $4.40. Decent restaurants too. We'll save money even if we go to only one of these places.

    • Yelena

      I didn't see it on the site, but do you know how long these are valid for? When do they expire?

      • April

        They do not expire

      • elizabeth

        Each time we've purchased, they are good for one year from the date of purchase.

    • Monica

      All sold out in my area :(

    • ALH

      watch out alot of them, have 18-20 percent tip included on the coupon. used a $25 dollar certificate last night, and 20 of it went to tip!

      • traci

        How in the world did that happen? ouch! This was my first time buying and I saw that. So I figured if I spent 40 they would charge 18% or 7.20, so 47.20-25=22.20. ??? Does the tip go to the server? because I do not want to double tip.

        • Drews_Mom

          The person is just complaining about gratuity being added to the check.

      • Guest

        The trick is to not go over the required purchase amount. Your still usually getting one bill free. The higher the amount the more you save. With a 25 certificate usually requires 35 so you an usually get 2 people for 20 bucks. Now this will be different from city to city. And yes they do have a charge of 15 to 20 percent before discount usually around $6.30.

      • JL

        How much was your bill before the discount?

      • Jennie_loftis

        Why should the server not get a proper tip because you have a coupon? Saving money doesn't mean you should short the person who is giving you the same service as they would a person paying full price.

      • Emilydianne808

        18-20 % is normally the respected tip amount. I guess you have never waitress-ed before or you would know that $2.25 hr doesn't go far. TIP OR EAT AT HOME…..

        • ChrisD

          I've waitressed before, and although a good tip is always appreciated, it shouldn't be considered mandatory. My opinion is that a tip is earned by giving your customer good service; not simply because you're at work doing the job you were hired to do. But then again, I was came up in a generation where most didn't have the attitude of “entitlement”, and those working in a customer-service field didn't behave as though they were doing you a favor by showing up for work.

    • CouponDadChris

      Is there a way to combine ebate and upromise on the same transaction?

      • ChrisD

        I have the Upromise Turbosaver program/toolbar downloaded on my computer, so I never have to go through the website first, and it automatically gives you your savings while shopping online – that way, you can take advantage of things like ebate. It's downloadable at the Upromise website.

    • Tonya

      I just ordered a bunch of them for Christmas add ons – my husband wanted to give some to his work group – got more than $400 worth of gift cards for only $26!!!!!!

    • L Sherrill

      beware I bought 2 of these for a restaurant in Nashville went to dinner last night and they had a sign posted on the door that said not taking restaurant.com coupons purchased after 9-1-10 i had the same thing happen to me last year when i bought one at a pizza joint! i went in to the restaurant last night to talk to the manager he agreed to take it lucky me! our bill was $38.00 by the time they added 18% gratuity I had to pay out of pocket $21.00 for dinner add the $2 I paid for the gift certificate total $23.00 for a dinner of 3 adults and a child that included dessert not a bad deal!

    • L Sherrill

      beware I bought 2 of these for a restaurant in Nashville went to dinner last night and they had a sign posted on the door that said not taking restaurant.com coupons purchased after 9-1-10 i had the same thing happen to me last year when i bought one at a pizza joint! i went in to the restaurant last night to talk to the manager he agreed to take it lucky me! our bill was $38.00 by the time they added 18% gratuity I had to pay out of pocket $21.00 for dinner add the $2 I paid for the gift certificate total $23.00 for a dinner of 3 adults and a child that included dessert not a bad deal!

    • Janicekay222

      the code is not working