Monday, May 24, 2010

$92.00 Richer

I know it may SEEM like I’m hawking coupons to all y’all but I came across this one today and it filled me with shock and awe. (Well, we all know what I’m full of but I was a little low so I stuffed the shock and awe in that spot.) Maybe I’m on a money saving spree because, well, I HAVE to be. Maybe you guys are ridiculously wealthy and don’t have to give it a second thought. Sumthin tells me, though, you could use a break, too.

Okay. I found this site through a friend: Restaurant.com

They are currently having an 80% off sale. 80%.

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BUT ACT FAST BECAUSE WHEN THEY’RE GONE, THEY’RE GONE.

In my area they had eight pages of restaurants listed. You do have to read the fine print….sometimes there are time restrictions, and sometimes you have to spend a certain amount while you’re there. But out of eight pages, I found one restaurant we’ve gone to since I was 17. And they NEVER drop a coupon. It’s a breakfast place and it’s simple, folksy, and homey. And when Grizzly and I were merely a couple, it was no big deal and was affordable. But feeding two teens as well seriously cramps the eating out style. Well, this restaurant is on the list today. I got four $25.00 coupons.

You can only use one per month. No problem. We don’t eat out a lot. But here’s the kicker: after the discount I only paid $2.00 for each coupon. That’s $25.00 worth of food for two bucks.

Go there, enter your zip code, and you’ll get all the listings. You take it from there but don’t forget to enter their promo code which is “FLAG.” (They prompt you with it on the site, too.) I earn nothing for telling you this so don’t think it’s about me. It’s about YOU. Go forth and save!

Maybe we won’t have to take such long steps trying not to wear our shoes out.

Have fun and would you let me know if you found the deal of the century, too?

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8 comments:

  1. That's one site that I think a lot of people have shopped from and had a great experience with. :)

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  2. Honestly, you should live in this country so I can eat out on a budget! No the rest of us aren't wealthy but we've been through hard times and appreciate a bargain. My mother was a great one for saving coupons. I found so many when I cleared out her house after she died. It was amazing what deals she had been planning to get. Made me feel ashamed that I wasted so much money just to keep up an image. Hope you enjoy your family breakfasts. You are so lucky to have each other. X

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  3. Well, Robynn...it appears one needs money to save it...LOL...We don't eat out...for multiple reasons...LOL...But I'm absolutely thrilled for you!!! BTW, Beautiful portrait shot of you at the top of this post ;-) Love you so much, darlin' ~Janine XOXO

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  4. Now why don't they do that over here in Sweden? (Where eating out is expensive...)

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  5. Ha ha, put in my little ole town, and not one restaurant within a 200 mile radius participates! Too funny... hopefully others will have better luck!

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  6. You are great to share your treasures with us. Hubby and I don't go out much but we do like a bargain. Thanks.

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  7. Even when I was a little kid, my grandfather would accuse me of squeezing a nickel until the buffalo squealed (or something else). Fortunately for me, my dearly beloved is similarly minded, so we save before we spend. This looks like a good way to spend!

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