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  • RP = Red Plum
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  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
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Starting Today 2/20, using code DINE you can get 80% off your entire purchase on Restaurant.com. They went this low before Christmas, but haven’t done it again until now.  Whether you want a cheap lunch or dinner out, or you want to give a general gift certificate for someone else you can get:

$25 dining or gift certificates for $2

$10 dining or gift certificates for .60 cents

For us this makes for cheap lunches out with Daddy, or inexpensive dinner dates. Think of them as a $10 off or $25 off coupon.

**You will see the prices change during checkout. As you browse their site all the prices you see are the regular prices.  Also, some restaurants have limits on how many certificates they sell each month so you may not see some normal eateries listed if they have already sold out for the month**

    • bethany

      I bought some as “gifts” since I have specific restaurants in mind that are sold out :)

    • Ellie

      Jenny, could you please tell me how long this code and deal are valid for? Thanks.

    • Jenny

      I just looked it up, it is good through the end of the month. So you have a week or so.

    • bethany

      Jenny –

      If you buy through this section, you get a free gift with purchase and the coupon code works with this as well :)

      http://gift.restaurant.com/index_dom.asp

    • Melissa

      How do these gift certificates work? For the restaurant we like, it says “valid with a minimum purchase of $40” if you buy a $25 cert. So, if we go in and only spend $30, we can’t use it? Or if we do spend $40, do we still have to pay $15 out of pocket? Thanks in advance!

    • Jenny

      You do have to go in and buy the minimum required for that certificate so you would buy $40 and then get $25 off. So you would have to pay $15.

    • Lauren in Sarasota

      Regarding the restaurant.com promotion…does anyone have any experience with this? Pros, cons?

      I just ordered a $50 gift cert for $4! This is too good to be true, right? What’s the catch? And how do the restaurants/restaurants.com make money?

      Anyone in Sarasota, FL, have any recommendations about restaurant.com and/or the participating restaurants? How well/not well it’s worked … where the best value is?