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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: SAVE at checkout. This is good through Monday 3/14.

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¢

For my city there is a $10 gift certificate available to a local Pizzeria.  So I can spend 60¢ to then get $10 off our next Pizza night!  The bill in the end might still be $25, but to have almost half of that covered is awesome!

Do you do cashback?

GO THROUGH EBATES and get 15% cash back.

GO THROUGH SHOPATHOME and get 30% cash back.

    • Megansmom636

      i found 3 restaurants in my area I wanted certificates for so i bought them and printed them. i couldn’t wait to use them. when i went to use my first one for a local pizza joint, they had the certificates plastered all over their front doors and register area with big X’s saying they are not accepting them. they said they never authorized anyone to sell them. so i was out the $2 or $3 I paid for a $25 certificate. I sent an email to restaurants.com and never heard back from them. I will call the other 2 restaurants before I try to use them. I keep meaning to call them now just to see if they accept them but haven’t gotten around to it. I was very dissapointed with my first experience.

    • CrazyCouponClipperChris

      This is an excellent way to save some money on those “special” night out meals.

    • Mcsarah1980

      how do I get a promo code? I am new to this.

      • mrsmadayar

        SAVE is the promo code

    • Guest

      Is it the sale that's good through the 14th or the actual gift certificates? I've never gotten one, but am eager to try it out!

      • They have a new policy where the gift certificates never expire! Has anyone had trouble with this with the restaurants before? I have a few from about a year ago…..

        • GAcouponmomma

          nope, mine from almost a year ago have a statement at the bottom that they don't expire.

    • Megansmom636

      ok, so I just posted my comment below and since i was thinking about it called the phone number on the website. they credited my account to purchase another certificate and said they will call the restaurant and see what went wrong because they do have the restaurants sign an agreement that they will accept them and wouldn't post their business name without an agreement. even though i didn't get a response to my email i give them a second chance for redemption.

      • Megansmom636

        it was also a little odd that I was on computer hold for about 4 minutes and when i talked to someone he asked if i had just talked to a rep(which I hadn't) because literally 4 minutes earlier someone had addresssed the issue on my account. (Hmmmm, maybe they read these comments.)

    • sue

      I don't bother with this anymore. You end up paying more than what you would have and buying what you don't need to use their gift certificate. There are only a couple of restaurants in my area that participates. Both times, there was a must dine in (where I would have normally done a take out), a minimum dollar amount that must be purchased to use the certificate (which required me to buy more than what I normally would have), sometimes it requires you to use it only on dinner (which is more expensive than the lunch menu) and automatically charges a 18% gratuity. You can't go to the same restaurant more than once a month when you use the certs and they expire. Now, keep in mind that I haven't used them in over a year. And I don't have many selection in my area. If you really wanted to have a special night out at an expensive restaurant, I guess it will be worth it. Just sharing my experience.

      • hotchixie

        Thanks for sharing that info, yes I found that I had to spend $50 with a tip of 18% which is $9. Do you know if they can include the 18% tip in the $50, or do we have to spend the $50 + the 18% tip?

        • hotchixie

          never mind, I just read the small print. thanks for sharing so i was aware to really read the fine print. I am hoping that I can just invite another couple out and just make sure that total we spend $50.

    • hotchixie

      What a great find!! Thanks Jenny. I just paid $8 for $100 worth of food at my fav mexican restaurant!

    • Kmherman

      for all the fuss in previous comments, these coupons ARE AS ADVERTISED! take a friend, eat a meal and split the remaining cost. i got $50 coupons for $3.50 & $25 for $2.00. if there is a $35 dollar min w/ a 20% tip your bill is $42 less the $25 coupon = $17 split 2 ways ! HOW IS THIS NOT EQUITABLE? had a restaurant say they no longer honored,called up and was given TWO FREE COUPONS FOR EACH ONE NO LONGER ACCEPTED! THIS IS A GREAT DEAL. don't be fooled by the cheapskates who want something for nothing. THESE ARE AS ADSVERTISED AND DO NOT EXPIRE!

      • Summerville

        Do you mind sharing which restaurant doesnt honor these so I dont buy it!

    • Cherylsylvia

      We went out with a group of 8 for my birthday to a restaurant we had never been to before. I selected it on Restaurant.com, and bought the certificate good for $50 (have to have $100 bill at least). After we were seated and ordered appetizers (to run the bill up high enough), we were told that they no longer accept Restaurant.com certificates. In fact, they are in a lawsuit with them, claiming that R is taking advantage of them, as the restaurant makes no money on the deal, only loses. The restaurant is still listed as one available on r.com's site! I decided to check on the other two certificates I had purchased, and that restaurant also does not accept them, but is still listed! R.com offered to exchange my certificates for another restaurant, but I am having a hard time finding ones that still accept them. Beware!