60% off Restaurant.com gift certificate price for USA - HotUKDeals
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Used them a fair bit on our las vegas trip - everyone had them and lots of place take them

60% OFF their reduced gift cert rate just enter discount code: DINING at checkout and hit "Apply" - expires 8/6/09 (now changed, sorry they do the date thing backwards )

$25 gift cert usually $10 now only $4
$75 gift cert usually $30 now only $12

Some can actually include Alcohol

Just put your Hotel address as your home address - they are sent to your email inbox anyway
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#1
Do the vouchers have the name of the restaurant on? Good deal though - I like the way 20% gratuity is added prior to the discount at some of the restaurants.
#2
This'll get deleted in a moment.

HUKD dont like non-uk sites. Doesnt make them any money on referrals.

But this is a hot deal - might be better posting on the travel section of MSE.
#3
How can you obatin certificates when the site requests an American address only for regestration?:?
#4
Check the minimum spend on some of these vouchers. It is very difficult to spend $50 on food only in some of the restaurants listed as part of this deal.
Also be aware that these are basically paid for coupons. They are not gift certificates, no gift certs require a minimum spend??

Alcohol is not included in total coupon reduction. Use for food only.

Finally one coupon per restaurant per month - So don't go buying loads for the same place if you are expecting to visit the same place during your stay.

A good deal though - put your resort address or a fake address in to print off coupon.
#5
Is there any expiry date on the actual vouchers, does anyone know ??
#6
Have read that some people have experienced problems with voucher codes that have already been used/duplicate. But they don't have an official expiry...

I'm gonna give em a go during my next visit.
#7
Thanks OP. If you go through the Borders Perk website, they are doing $25 certificates for 2 dollars.

I use this website a lot (you can pay with a UK Credit Card and use your hotel's/holiday home address) and never had a problem. The certificates are resturant specific and, i believe, they last 6 months and you can only go to the same place once a month. You just simply print the certificate out and show it before ordering food (helps if you have friends with you.)

btw, 10% - 20% gratity is what you should be paying anyway in any US resturant (don't forget that waiters only get paid around $2.50 an hour over there and will get offended if you don't tip.)
#8
$2.50? I doubt it, that's considerably below minimum wage.
#9
Check the minimum spend on some of these vouchers. It is very difficult to spend $50 on food only in some of the restaurants listed as part of this deal - And some its very easy.

Alcohol is not included in total coupon reduction. - Not True, Alcohol is sometimes included it will tell you in the rtestaurant description - we used 2 that included alcohol

Finally one coupon per restaurant per month - Technically yes 1 per month - but get one for you and one for the other half your sorted - they dont check anyway, only to see if its a valid ie unused code

We never had a problem when we used them - just tell them when you sit down and they take it and check the Serial number with the site to see that its valid.




The Federal mininum wage is $6.55 rising to $7.25 July 24th 2009
So about the min same wage here except we dont demand tips for sh1te service and the cost of living is much cheaper over there
PS if you dont tip the Americans call this "stiffing the waiter"
#10
hornsbyuk
Thanks OP. If you go through the Borders Perk website, they are doing $25 certificates for 2 dollars.

I use this website a lot (you can pay with a UK Credit Card and use your hotel's/holiday home address) and never had a problem. The certificates are resturant specific and, i believe, they last 6 months and you can only go to the same place once a month. You just simply print the certificate out and show it before ordering food (helps if you have friends with you.)

btw, 10% - 20% gratity is what you should be paying anyway in any US resturant (don't forget that waiters only get paid around $2.50 an hour over there and will get offended if you don't tip.)



Hi, can you give me more details as I cannot find the Border Perk website. Thanks
#11
Great find OP!
When you get to the payment page, it asks you to enter cardholder address.
How do you get passed this?
Will it still charge my card if I leave it as the hotel address?

I really want to take advantage of this offer.
#12
It's OK, I've managed to pay via Paypal.

Thanks again.
#13
uzubairu
Great find OP!
When you get to the payment page, it asks you to enter cardholder address.
How do you get passed this?
Will it still charge my card if I leave it as the hotel address?

I really want to take advantage of this offer.


Just to let you know, I emailed them and they told me that I could use their postal address in order to order vouchers. At the billing page, i just entered my home address here in the UK and added my postcode to the City field. Just picked a state and entered my postcode in ZIP code so that it would let me proceed.... worked though and just got $105 worth of vouchers for $12.

I used the code 'PRESENT' which I have posted separately as this is for 80% off. I tried this one, but had expired by the time I'd founf the way around the address issue.

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