$25 Restaurant Gift Certificates Available for $4 Through August 10th

August 8 by
Filed under: Coupons, Dining 

Restaurant.com is a great way to save money when dining out.  There are dozens of restaurants offering discounts in the Milwaukee area.  $25 gift certificates typically retail for $10, although participating restaurants often have other certificate amounts available.

Restaurant.com just announced a sale through August 10th where you can buy $25 restaurant gift certificates for only $4!   When you check out use the coupon code GOLD to save 60% on your order!

Each of the participating restaurants has restrictions, such as minimum purchase amounts and days that the gift certificates can be used.  Make sure to read the details for the restaurant you’re considering before making your purchase.  Not all restaurants are eligible for the discount code.

Restaurant.com has recently made four additions to their list of participating local restaurants:

Rusty’s Old 50

730 N. Old World 3rd St.

Rusty’s serves dinner and late night meals including burgers, sandwiches, salads, and other specials.

Margarita Paradise – 400 N. Water 

400 N. Water St.

Located at the Milwaukee Public Market and serving Mexican/Southwestern cusine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Margarita Paradise says the most expensive item on their menu is $13.95.

Margarita Paradise – West Allis

11112 W. National Ave.

Open for lunch and dinner and serving Mexican/Southwestern cusine.

Meiji

2503 Plaza Ct in Waukesha

Serving Japanese and Chinese cusine for brunch, lunch, and dinner.

To take advantage of this offer, visit the Restaurant.com website.

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One Comment on $25 Restaurant Gift Certificates Available for $4 Through August 10th

  1. wr on Wed, 8th Aug 2012 4:36 PM

    Beware the fine print!… I just bought one for The Spot in Waukesha, and you get a 25.00 certificate for 4.00, but the minimum order is 45.00, and it’s not good on friday or saturday, and only for dinner, plus there is 18% gratuity added to the total….if you run the numbers, you end up getting 45.00 worth of food for 35.00 (which includes the tax and tip)… so if you were planning to spend 45.00 during a weeknight at the spot in waukesha, I guess you would save a bit of money…

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