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We enjoy helping our readers save money. In these tough economic times everyone could use a break from full retail price. We scour the internet for deals so you won’t have to. Here are some restaurant coupons we’ve found:
Go HERE to get a coupon for a FREE Appetizer or Dessert with purchase of an Entree from Chili’s!
Coupon states “Multiple redemptions per table are allowed”! (You don’t have to feel bad about not sharing)
Offer good June 6th only.
- Free Sub or Regular Salad (*When you purchase a sub or regular salad of equal or greater value and a regular fountain drink)
- Free Chip or Cookie and Regular Fountain Drink (*With the purchase of a regular salad or regular or large sub)
- 2 Meals For $9.99 (*2 Small Subs, 2 Chips or Cookies, and 2 Regular Drinks)
- $1 Off Regular Sub or $2 Off Large Sub
Restaurant.com has a coupon code running that allows you to purchase a $25 certificate to participating restaurants for only $2 (instead of the usual $10 price tag). Just enter “STEAK” as the coupon code when checking out to receive the discount.
If you’ve never redeemed one of these before, it’s pretty simple. Just find a participating restaurant on the website. When you dine at that restaurant, present the certificate. There are a few restrictions, but nothing overwhelming. You can only use one certificate per table and must meet a food minimum (usually $35 for a $25 certificate). Alcohol, tax and tips are excluded from that minimum. Some restaurants may also decline the use of the certificate on busy Friday or Saturday nights, so you may want to call ahead just to make sure they’ll honor the deal before you stop by.
There are over 18,000 participating restaurants so there’s sure to be something close by. A $25 off certificate for $2? That’s tough to beat.
Finally, a website so good four out four doctors approve it. Really, the cast of the Doctors has given a spotlight to Freeflys, and it’s easy to see why: it doesn’t matter if you need sporting equipment, body wash, ice cream or even a set of business cards, they have you covered.
Specializing in food, health care issues, toiletries and children, you can find coupons and even free samples for almost everything you need around the house and even a few things for the occasional night out with friends and family. All you need to start is an e-mail address to register and deals will be arriving in your inbox just that quickly. In addition, their social media presence is a boost to their customer service department. You can even check out their YouTube channel to see the glowing press they’ve gotten so far.
With over 100 different options in a wide array of categories, FreeFlys is a directory you need to have in your life.
Want to start getting all the freebies you can get your hands on? Check it out here.
Have you ever imagined whether couponing could be cool? I mean, it’s cool to save money and all, but couldn’t it use some extra flavor and attitude? Well, if you’re nodding your head, just check out TheKrazyCouponLady.com (KCL).
KCL is a website by two savvy young moms on a mission – slashing grocery bills and showing others how to do it too. Touted as a site for both beginners and veterans, Heather Wheeler and Joanie Demer have put together a pretty fine-looking site. Among its features are freebies, printable coupons and tips on finding overlapping promotions and rebates. For beginners, there’s a dedicated section where “coupon virgins”, as KCL likes to call them, can learn coupon lingo, stay organized and read articles on the basics. Experts can enter a Bragging Lounge section of the site to share stories of their best deals ever. It’s truly a little something for every level of experience.
What sets this site apart though is a casual writing tone that appeals to young mothers who would like couponing to be a little less stereotypical than clipping coupons on a weekend morning, and instead, more of a happening lifestyle geared around finding choice deals for themselves and their families. Is it any wonder the gals have been featured on TLC, Today, Entertainment Tonight and more? Their approach to a unique niche is, as Charlie Sheen would say, WINNING.