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Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by hanoscf, Jan 2, 2014.

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  1. hanoscf

    hanoscf High-Roller

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    Do Restaurants.com ceritficates expire?
     
  2. xmarksx

    xmarksx VIP Whale

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    Nope. You can also exchange the another restaurant if a location closes. Had that happen a couple of years ago at Hard Rock.
     
  3. sam

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    They never expire and you can exchange any unused certificates for a different one at any time. Great source of coupons especially if they are having a sale
     
  4. HoyaHeel

    HoyaHeel Grammar Police & Admin

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    Another caveat is that a restaurant can decide to stop accepting the certificates, but again - you can exchange the certificate through r.com if that happens, same as if a place closes (or so stories here have led me to believe - I haven't had that happen to me personally)
     
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    No, its true. I had many certificates in my acct from a few years ago, and some of them were no longer offered or the restaurant wasn't around anymore. No trouble at all exchanging them. This includes certificates that I may have gotten free from other sources too.
     
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    This has happened to me too, when restaurants like Cafe Ba Ba Reeba went out of business - you just call up and they very cheerfully take care of it for you. Restaurant.com has excellent customer service.
     
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    You can also exchange them on line. Restaurant.com is having a one day 60% off sale today. Use coupon code TASTE at checkout.
     
  8. hanoscf

    hanoscf High-Roller

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    Anyone know if Triple George and the Flame Steakhouse still accepts them?
     
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    Both restaurants have dropped out of the program. You can find coupons for the Flame in both the LVA and ACG books.
     
  10. hanoscf

    hanoscf High-Roller

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    Thanks for the info.
     
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    I used the Triple George Grill coupon, that I had bought almost 2 years ago last week. They accepted it no problem.
     
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    I've looked at Restaurant.com for Vegas, but never decided if any were worthwhile. Does anybody have any favorites. Always have a car. Love to find new off strip places
     
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    The number of restaurants that participate has fallen off in the last few years, but there are still some worthwhile. Here are the ones
    I will be using in the future.

    808 Tapas
    Mezzo
    Los Antojos - consomme loco (chicken soup) for lunch
    Florida Cafe - we were allowed to use the face value for mojitos
    9 On The Plate - excellent Korean appetizers
    Taco Tijuana - rivals Taco el Gordo for al pastor street tacos
    Gaetano's
    Shish Kabob

    I am not a fan of either Casa di Amore or Casa don Juan but I am in the minority.
     
  14. xmarksx

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    I used a Crown and Anchor last trip and enjoyed the bar food. I also bought one of the $50 El Sagundo Sol certs for a dinner for four. We parlayed it with inexpensive happy hour drinks so it was a good value play. I think El Sagundo is way overpriced but the food and drinks are good so it was a nice evening at an okay price. I have used a Ferraro's cert on two occasions and consider it to be similar to El Sagundo. Would I eat there without a cert, nope, too expensive for my blood.
     
  15. hanoscf

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    Then I'll bring mine with me and give it a try. Thanks!
     
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