Tuesday, December 20, 2011

FREE $10 Restaurant.com eCertificates to Give!! Perfect for Last Minute Gifts!

There are so many special people in my life to share with this holiday season.  There are a few people who really stand out, though.  They are the people who volunteer in my children's lives.  Sunday school and religion teachers who take time each week to help raise my children up in a godly way.  They are so deserving.  They don't have to do this and they don't get paid to do it.  They do it because they have a generous heart.  I can't wait to share the following with them.

I have blogged in the past about Restaurant.com.  It is an online site where you can purchase restaurant gift certificates for a fraction of the cost.  For example, you can purchase $25 gift certificates for $10. Many times you  can get them cheaper than that with special coupon codes or end of the month deals.  I have paid as little as $2 for certificates.  The only thing you need to watch for is when you can use the certificates.  For some restaurants, they are valid anytime, but for others, there may be restrictions.  There also may be restrictions on your purchase, such as you must purchase so much in food to use the gift certificate.  This is different for every restaurant so make sure you know what you are getting.  

In 2008, with the economic downturn, Restaurant.com started Feed It Forward.  This program allows individuals to give FREE $10 Restaurant.com eGfit Cards to friends, family or anonymously send random acts of kindess to Restaurant.com community.  Over the past three holidays, Restaurant.com has gifted more than $43 million dining experiences. You now have the opportunity to give 40 (that's not a typo) gift certificates EVERY SINGLE DAY through December 25, 2011.

Giving them is super easy, too.  You can visit the Feed It Forward site and use your Facebook, Gmail or Yahoo accounts to log in and give your contacts.  You can also type in email addresses manually.  Or, give directly through Facebook to your friends.

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