Restaurant Coupons & Deals – 4/3

by Jenn K on April 3, 2012

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If you are looking for some coupons and freebies to to help you save on dinner on the town, date nights, and for when you need a break from cooking, then you’re in the right spot!

While we certainly know that eating out is more expensive than eating in, it is nice to treat yourself and your family every now and again to a meal out on the town. Our family eats out 2 or 3 times a month, and we’ve been able to do so for less than $60 for the month…in part because of all the great coupons, daily deals, and other offers from restaurants in our area.

Check out the latest coupons that will help you spend less on your next “out to dinner” night!

Restaurant Coupons

  • Bertuccis Coupon – $10 Off $20 Online Order When You Create an Account (exp: 6/30/2012)
  • Carrabba’s Coupon – $10 Off Any Entree, Free Dessert, and $5 Off Any Signature Pasta Meal (exp: 4/13/2012)
  • Smashburger Coupon – Free Smashburger Entree WYB 1 Fresh Mex Burger or Chicken Sandwich (exp: 4/8/2012)
  • Tumbleweed Coupon – 1 Small Queso, 2 Tex Mex Dinners, and 2 Margarita Sundaes for $20 (exp: 4/15/2012)

Restaurant Freebies

  • Chili’s – Sign up for the Chili’s Email Club and receive exclusive offers and print a coupon for FREE order of Skillet Queso & Chips.
  • Maggianos Coupon – FREE Flatbread Coupon Mailed To You When You Enter The Sweepstakes (no purchase required)

Kids Eat Free

  • Bob Evans – Kids eat free on Tuesdays with adult entree purchase
  • Earth Fare – Thursdays from 4 – 8 pm, with $5 adult purchase
  • Ikea: Kids eat free on Tuesdays

Thanks to Savings Lifestyle, Coupon Cravings, Common Sense with Money, Surviving the Stores, and Stretching a Buck for helping us compile this list!

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Sarah April 4, 2012 at 5:40 am

I have been able to use the links to save some money… thanks.

I have found some additional savings opportunities and free meals (better than a discount) since I started mystery shopping. I evaluate and report back about the experience and sometimes get a meal for the family, sometimes just for one or two people. Savings on other items I would buy anyway have come my way.

I found another site (mysteryshopblog.com) and have discovered some good tips on how to be a smarter mystery shopper.

Anyway, thanks for all you do, I appreciate your blog.

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