I just checked my zip..
For the Myrtle Beach/Conway area, there are only 12 restaurants participating.
There must be 1000 restaurants in this area.. Or close to it..
Not a good ratio……
Just digging up an old thread instead of starting a new one.
I’ve used this service (restaurant.com) for years. Every certificate I’ve purchased has not only been a very good deal, but they have all been honored. I had one restaurant that went out of business before I had the opportunity to visit..and restaurant.com gave me a credit which I used a few weeks ago at a local pizza place.
There are areas of the country where the restaurant selection is slim but there are also areas where the local places stand out. I often use them to try new places or buy a few when I’m going out of town.
My "problem" was different some several people on here: I entered a five-mile radius from my place in Manhattan and got 167 restaurants; one-mile generated 27. Definitely some good deals, although many of the restaurants were somewhat second-tier in terms of my interest level. But, that’s strictly a personal thing.
Unfortunately for me, the limitations placed on the places where I am interested render them useless for me. But, for any of my neighbors out there with greater flexibility in terms of when they dine, I’d encourage you to check it out.
Yet another sale from Restaurant.com
Save 50% off dining certificates until May 13, 2005.
Enter coupon code 38050 at checkout.
Read the fine print before ordering.
Also, you can search by your state to see if there are any places near you.
Another sale from Restaurant.com! Save fifty percent off the regular cost of dining certificates thru April 29, 2005.
Enter Coupon Code 16676 at checkout. Good for multiple uses!
As always check for any restrictions by individual restaurants before ordering.
I used a $25 coupon recently that I bought for $5. It felt almost like stealing although I think I understand the economics. Now on their emailing list I regularly get 50% off codes. Just two of us on a Friday evening with no significant restrictions to worry about.
Here is another chance to save fifty percent on dining certificates at Restaurant.com
Enter Coupon Code 83570 at checkout. Expires April 15, 2005.
As always, read the restrictions on the individual restaurant’s coupon before purchasing.
Restaurant.com is having another 50% off sale thru Saturday, March 26th.
Enter coupon code 45220 at checkout to enjoy the savings. As indicated in previous posts, be sure to read the fine print on all certificates before ordering to avoid disappointment.
Restaurant.com is having another sale. Enter Coupon Code 58004 at checkout and get a $25 gift certificate for participating restaurants for $5.00. This offer expires March 11, 2005.
Go to http://www.restaurant.com and see if there are participating restaurants in your area. And always, before you purchase, check out the restrictions for the individual restaurant.
hey now! i just want to confirm that these guys are legit and i have used them several times as well as give them as gifts without much problem at all! i like to use them when i travel (after researching of course!) to save big bucks. although i usually purchase on ebay but i’ve noticed they have better specials on thier site now than before! anyhooo – my 2 cents!
peace to all!
Oh dear I searched in a radious of 100 miles from Oshkosh, Nebraska, nothing offered, go figure!
They are running another sale for Restaurant.com certificates. Go to http://www.Restaurant.com and use Code 23301 and save 50% off the normal price of their gift certificates. This means a $25 gift certificate that usually costs $10 will be $5.00 with this coupon code.
This special code is good for multiple uses, so please tell your friends and families.
But hurry, this is for certificates purchased through February 20, 2005. Most certificates expire ONE year from date of actual purchase, but read the fine print before making any purchase.
The Travelin Man
I have used retaurant.com a few times, and have never had a problem. The key is to read the terms and conditions and keep in mind that the T&Cs are different for EVERY restaurant. Obviously you will find more choices in more metropolitan areas. For instance, here in Melbourne, there are no(t many) choices, at any given time (they rotate in and out restaurants all the time), but if I include Orlando in my search, there are usually quite a few choices. As I travel a lot for work, and often eat in groups, restaurant.com has proven to work out for me. That said, I am sure that they are not for everyone.
Restaurant.com is running another FIFTY PERCENT off promotion. For example, a $25 certificate to a restaurant normally costs $10.00. But if you enter the following promtional code at checkout, you will only pay $5.00 for the certificate. I believe that this promtional coupon expires January 31, 2005, but am not certain.
Enter Promotional Code 93530 at checkout on their website (www.restaurant.com)
Be sure and read any restrictions on the coupon before purchasing to avoid disappointment.
I used one of the gift certificates I purchased through restaurant.com last Sunday at Dell Rhea’s Chicken Basket in Willowbrook, Il. There was no problem using it and they were very polite.
This is still a smoking deal even with the ‘sale’ over. You can buy $25 gc’s for $10. I know nobody believes it, but it’s true.
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