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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • 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 certificates

I love Restaurant.com deals and they’re back with $25 gift certificates for $4 with the coupon code LOVE.  You can also use this on smaller gift certificates and get a $10 one for only $1.60!

Think of this like getting a coupon for $25 off dinner for only $4.  You will still owe a little bit at the restaurant, since most of the offers are $25 off a $35 order, but that’s still a huge savings over just paying the straight $35!!

The coupon code expires 2/13, but you can use your certificates for up to a year.  Grab any that you want for Valentines Day or other special nights.  My other tip… grab any for cities you will be visiting soon.

Get 15% cash back through Ebates to bring the total down to $3.40.

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    • Lana

      If you have been a regular user of restaurant.com certificates I would encourage you to go into your account and look at your unused certificates. I found that I had 12 outstanding certificates for restaurants who no longer participate in the program. All I had to do was click on them and a credit was issued to my account which I can use to purchase new certificates.

    • lj

      question: I still have my free 10.00 gift card for Restaurant.com that was posted back in Oct. When I enter the code on my acct, it comes up as a 10.00 credit available, but all the prices of the certificates change. For instance, a 25.00 certificate is 25.00. And when I log in without entering the card the same certificate shows up as a 25.00 for 10.00 and when I enter the code LOVE it shows up as 6.00. How can I use my 10.00 credit on these certificates? everytime I click redeem gift card, the prices are changed the full 25.00.

    • sammy

      Just thought I’d point out, it’s not really like getting $25 for $4. Since most of them make you spend at least $35, it’s like they’re saying “Hey get a $25 certificate for $14 ($4 now, and pay another $10 at the restaurant). Once you add up what you would be spending (including the tip) if you just paid for your $25 meal vs using the $25 certificate it’s a savings of only about $9.

      • pan_102

        You’re actually spending $14 for $35 worth of food. The tip is another expense like you say and I guess you could resign yourself to saying you’d have to pay it whether or not you had the certificate. In order to maximize your savings you have to spend as close to $35 as possible.