Anyone use Restaurant.com coupons?
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Anyone use Restaurant.com coupons?
Posted by fatboydave on 2/4 at 3:14 pm
Deals seem too good to be true. Do you show you and try to use the coupon and the server say they dont take them? Legit or jip?


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Posted by TDTGodfather on 2/4 at 3:15 pm to fatboydave
food board??

meh, what am i, the thread police??!!







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Posted by Jefferson Davis on 2/4 at 3:15 pm to fatboydave
I've used them a few times and have never had an issue.


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Posted by Radiojones on 2/4 at 3:16 pm to fatboydave
OT ballers don't use coupons man.


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Posted by CapstoneGrad04 on 2/4 at 3:18 pm to Radiojones
I've seen more and more restaurants posting signs saying that they are no longer accepting restaurant.com coupons. So your SOL if you've got one for that place


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Posted by TinyTigerPaws on 2/4 at 3:24 pm to fatboydave
Used one once and it was not very well received. Our waiter was a jackass anyways, but apparently the restaurant had already request to be out of their loop.


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Posted by graychef on 2/4 at 3:25 pm to fatboydave
I've used them before without issue.

Some problems have occurred in how restaurant.com reimburses the restaurants. That's why you see some rejecting the coupons.



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Posted by Banjo on 2/4 at 3:27 pm to fatboydave
Yes. I have used them before. Good deals.




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Posted by PurpleAndGold86 on 2/4 at 3:28 pm to fatboydave
Usually show it to them in the beginning. I have used quite a few. I live in Houston now, so I know the selection is much better in Houston than in Baton Rouge. I haven't ever had a problem using one though.


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Posted by guedeaux on 2/4 at 3:32 pm to fatboydave
The only problem is that most of them require 20% included gratuity, so you end only saving a few bucks per coupon. For instance, I bought a $25 certificate for $4, but I have to spend a minimum of $35 with 20% gratuity. So for a bill of $35 + $7 tip + $4 for GC - $25 gift certificate = $21 spent at shitty Indian restaurant. Diarrhea, priceless.


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Posted by LouisianaLady on 2/4 at 4:21 pm to guedeaux
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The only problem is that most of them require 20% included gratuity, so you end only saving a few bucks per coupon. For instance, I bought a $25 certificate for $4, but I have to spend a minimum of $35 with 20% gratuity. So for a bill of $35 + $7 tip + $4 for GC - $25 gift certificate = $21 spent at shitty Indian restaurant. Diarrhea, priceless.



They are really only a good deal when you buy the $100 ones and go all out at a nice place.

eta: join their email list and its almost always 80% off or something so you only pay $2 for the certificate.


This post was edited on 2/4 at 4:22 pm

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Posted by LSUAfro on 2/4 at 4:52 pm to guedeaux



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