Get a $25 gift card for as low as $.50 today only! Weekly Promo Offer 300 x 250 has a HOT promotion right now:  you can save 90% on gift certificates, which means that a $25 gift card to some locations will only be $.50 after cash back!  This promotion is valid through 9/29/11.

Here’s how you can take advantage of this great offer:

1.  Visit here

2.  Enter your zip code to search for restaurants by location.  Choose a certificate and click on the green “Add to Cart” button.  You can also get a $25 gift certificate for us at a later date for as low as $2 after the discount!

3.  When you add items to your cart, make sure you enter the promotional code “WOW” in the yellow discount code box at the top of the page.  Complete the check-out process.

DISCLAIMER:  Make sure you read the fine print on the gift certificate options!  They typically have restrictions such as:

-Minimum purchase of X required
-Gratuity added automatically based on pre-discount price
-Valid for dine-in/dinner only

You can also get 50% cash back when you shop through  If you are new to, you will also get a $5 cash back bonus after your first purchase, which means your gift certificate could be FREE!

To get your 50% cash back, click on the blue “Shop Now” button here–> 50% cash back

I often get questions asking how this works or if it’s really a good deal.  It is for me.  Here’s an example.  A local restaurant we have been wanting to try has a $25 gift certificate for $20.  The “fine print” says that you have to spend at least $35 and that 18% gratuity is added.  Given the cost of food at this location, we would easily be spending $35 anyway.

Here’s a breakdown on pricing:

Buy $25 certificate – priced at $20

-$16 (80% off code)

Spend $4 + $10 (because our total would be at least $35) and $6.30 for the 18% gratuity – we’re getting a meal that would have been $41.30 with tip for $20.30.  That’s half price!  Sounds like a good deal to me!

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