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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: EASTER at checkout. This is good through Sunday 4/24.

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 25% cash back.

Go Through ShopAtHome.com and get 35% cash back.

    • Rebecca w.

      Awesome! I just got $100 in gift certificates to a great sushi place for only $12!

    • LuckycharmsRus

      make sure you read the fine print. for the $25 gift certs you have to spend $50 to use the certificate. There are special instructions or limitations did anyone else have any limitations

      • CCShad

        depends on the restaurant. some of mine have $50 requirement, others just say 2 entrees must be ordered. I try to stick with the $10 on $20 ones.

    • Christi

      The one thing I almost did not notice is the minimum you must order to use the certificate…for example… I was going to get a $100 certificate but it was only good toward a $200 purchase…. glad I caught it before I paid. :(

    • Jen

      I was thinking I could grab some certificates to where we are going on vacation & I'm seeing that there COULD be great deals to be had… but I just don't understand how this works. It looks like most of my offers read like this……

      $25 Gift Certificate | Your Price $10
      Minimum purchase of $35.
      18% Gratuity added prior to discount.
      Valid for Dinner, Dine In ONLY. One certificate per party.

      Not factoring in the 80% off EASTER coupon code…… wouldn't I end up paying more by using this site? If I have to spend $35 in order to use the coupon for $25 but I had to pay $10 to get the coupon aren't I really spending $35 anyways? Plus they are going to charge me 18% just for using the coupon? Am I understand this correctly??? With the EASTER coupon code on this deal would that mean… Assuming my total purchase was exactly $35… that I would pay 10.60 for my meal plus 18% tax? I really want to make sure I have this correctly before I order a ton. These days every penny counts & I just wanted to check. Thanks so much & any help would be great.

      Also how long do you have to use the Gift Certificates? The trip is not till September… Yeah I know I like to plan ahead. Thanks again :)

      • Kardomr

        your total bill would have to be $35 but then you pay using the $25 gc and $10 + tip oop.
        cost: $20 (gc and cash) + tip for a $35 meal.
        (but if you use the 80% off code, you’re paying much less for the gc.)
        they no longer expire.
        and, if the restaurant stops participating, just call restaurant.com and they refund your money.

        but do check the conditions. some exclude certain days of the week. most exclude alcohol….

        fyi, anyone who wants these to stick around, tip on the full (pre coupon) price of the meal.
        restaurant.com keeps the $ from the gc so restaurants lose money; they get customers they hope will return and pay full price.

        • Jen

          Thank you for clarifying that for me & all of Jenny's other readers who may have had the same or similar question. Thanks again & have a great weekend :)

      • angiewuest02

        I think the certificates are normally good for a year from your purchase date.

      • carolc23

        Don't forget you are getting 80% off at checkout. I just bought $50 worth of gift certificates for $5, and I'll be getting 25% of that back from ebates. Sweet!

      • “Plus they are going to charge me 18% just for using the coupon?”

        You should be leaving a tip anyway… and on the pre-coupon price, please.

        • Jen

          REALLY?? That's the comment you choose to leave? My question was how to use the coupon. I'm not sure how leaving a tip factors into anything I asked. I am fully aware of how & what to tip. I thought by wording the question like that someone would answer the specific question of being charged to use a coupon. I have a feeling that I'm not the only person in the world who is unsure of how the process works & tried to make the scenario as simple as possible. Thanks so much for your advice, it really helped. Thanks again & have a great weekend :)

      • Jen

        Thank you to everyone… I understand how to tip & I was trying to make it easier to understand & compute a final price by not including it into the scenario. Also I did mention “Not factoring in the 80% off EASTER coupon code” so I understand that it will be much cheaper using the code. I was just trying to figure out how the redeeming process was going to work before I made a commitment to buying any. I appreciate everyone for trying to help.

    • Lucy2778

      I checked in the site and found a couple of great restaurants in my area. After calculating the taxes and adding a 20% tip, I can get $35 worth of food, deserts, and drinks from an awesome Italian pizza place for $19. Not bad at all, considering $19 includes tax, tip, and everything. I pay more than than for lunch for 2 sometimes!

    • Jessica Ervin

      I live in Indianapolis, IN and my daughter lives in Taylors, SC and told me about this service and I want want to know if there is a service like this in my area.
      Please send me a email to Jessica -ervinconstruction@ameritech.net