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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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Get 80% off at Restaurant.com using the code: TASTY at checkout. This is good through Thursday, March 31st.

Better yet, with any purchase, you will get another FREE $10 eGift Card to Restaurant.com.

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!

You’ll get:

– $25 dining or gift certificates for $2

– $10 dining or gift certificates for 60¢

Think of them as a $10 off a $15 lunch or $25 dollars off a $40 dinner. For us this makes for cheap lunches out with Daddy, or inexpensive dinner dates. Make sure to read what the requirements are for that restaurant before purchasing.

Do you do cashback?

Go through Ebates and get 15% cash back.

Go through ShopAtHome.com and get 25% cash back.

    • Rachel

      Just got mine! $70 worth of gift certificates for $6! and the $10 for Restaurant.com! Thanks Jenny!

    • Guest

      I don’t know if you have to spend a certain amount. But, I just bought 4 gift cards that was for a total of $10 and at the bottom of the print page it told me that my free restaurant.com $10 gift certificate would be emailed to me within 24 hours.


      I called Restuarant.com and told them that I didn’t recieve a notice that a $10ecard would be emailed to me and that I only got offered a $50 card for $5. They said that I would still get the $10 ecard within 24hrs and It would post to me restaurant.com account. Hope that help everyone.

    • Amber

      How do you get the extra $10 g.c.? Is it after your purchase or at some point during, because I'm not seeing it…

      • Jen

        Same here. Confused…

        • Joanna

          After I purchased my g.c. I got a message saying it would be emailed to me within 24 hours. Also, once that email is sent the code will appear on your Restaurant.com account.

    • Kckc

      I didn't get my $10 gift card either. It offered me a $50 gift card for $5, but I still haven't seen anything about a free one. And I just received my email confirmation about my order.

    • CCShad

      At the end of my order, it said $10 gift card code would be emailed to me within 24 hours, so hopefully, you will get yours as well.

      • savingmommaof1

        It told me that same thing…hopefully everyone else will get theirs. I spent $10 if that matters.

    • CCShad

      Thanks, Jenny!
      I got lots of cool deals.

    • Tcolley

      Do you have to spend $10 to get the gift card? I wanted to get a lunch one for 60 cents….

    • andy

      Isn't -80% off $25 certificate $5? Good deal regardless.


        Its 80% off the $10 that you are paying for a $25 gift card, hope that helps.

    • Jessica L

      Just curious! Can I order a $25 restaurant.com ecard through mycokerewards(300 points) and still use the TASTY code? Free $25 and $10 restaurant certificates?!?!

    • Elizabeth M.

      I didn't see anything about a free $10.00 GC. I had the offer for a $50 for $5 but that was it. Oh well, still got a 50% off coupon for one of our fave places for $4! :) It was the last one too!

    • dega

      The $10.00 GC is supposed to be e-mailed to you 24 hours after you placed your order.

    • Stacielovescoupons

      I just bought one, but didn't see anything about a $10 GC???? I saw where if you chose the “bill me later” option you got $10 back. So CONFUSED!!!!!

    • Stacielovescoupons

      For anyone who saw the $10 deal…is it $10 GC per order, person, etc.???

    • Kenziesfunluvinfam

      I have a question. I went on to order a certificate and the requirements said that you had to purchase a 35.00 min. and 18% gratuity would be included.
      If I order a 50.00 certificate will that cover the 35.00 minimum? or do I have to spend 85.00 in the restaurant to be able to use the 35.00 certificate?
      I would love to order this, but I do not understand what it is telling me. Can anyone help?

      • Jenndennmk

        I'm assuming that the $25 cert was the one that required the $35 min. You must spend $35 on food, then they take $25 off. You pay gratuity on the amount before discount. If you buy the $50 certificate, it will have a different minimum requirement. hth

      • Prsol

        These certificates still require to spend “some money” at the restaurant, but at least you don't pay full price, once you apply the certificate.

        It is especially useful for larger parties (It's so easy to reach the $50.00 mark at a restaurant if you order appetizers, main course and dessert for four people!).

        My sister and her husband are coming to visit in a few weeks. We're taking them to our favorite crepe restaurant… We will probably spend more than $50.00 there but at least we can get $25.00 off that bill (and I only had to pay $2.00 for that discount)

        Hope this helps. :-)

      • momof3

        No…The $35 minimum is a total, not in addition to…So, you only have to purchase the $35 worth of food. However, they will include the tip at most places. I'm personally fine with that, though…

    • Stacy

      Make sure to read what the requirements are for that restaurant before purchasing. This part is really important. No late night shopping for me anymore. -$100 later

      • Prsol

        What happened? :-(
        Did you forget to enter the Promo Code?

        • Stacy

          No, ended up spending $89 on gift certificates for the only participating restaurant in my county. Which happens to be a Chinese buffet that will likely be open no more than a couple of months. Doubtful that I will use a single one. Taking Ambien and then trying to finish up your internet stuff before you crash is a terrible idea.

          • Marktars

            You could always just post them on craigslist or ebay for sale to try to get some of your money back

            • Stacy

              I planed on Craigs listing a few. Just may be difficult to get people to believe they are real and not just some random printed out crap

            • momof3

              I don't think you'll have that problem. We use these all the time, and most folks know what they are…

          • Mom_4_Him

            If the restaurant quits participating or goes out of business, Restaurant.com is very good about giving you a credit to use. We have used these almost every time we travel, and we travel quite a bit. So that is another idea. Also, they make great presents!!!

    • Seymourcathy

      sounds too good to be true

    • Lizzy0505



      so what if i buy a $50 g.c. and spend $40 in the restaurant? do i get my g.c. back with $10 balance on it or do you have to use it all at one time?

      • Fiveroller

        ———or can you use 2- $10 gift cards on one trip? do they expire?

        • Fiveroller

          if i buy a $50 g.c. and spend $40 + $7.20 (18% gratuity) do they apply the rest to gratuity. do i pay gratuity only?

          does anyone know?

          • Fiveroller

            is there a limit to the no. of these you can buy at a discount? what keeps people from buying them all at a discount and reselling them?

          • Fiveroller

            if i buy a $50 g.c. is the minimum purchase still $35. or is it now $70? do they mail you the g.c. or do you print it out?


            • Fiveroller

              nm, i see the requirements change when you select a different amount of card.

    • dega

      One other thing to keep in mind, is to check the restaurant before ordering your gift certs. I order mine on March 28th, went to one of the restaurants today and they have a sign up saying effective March 15th they are no longer honoring them. :(