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Spend $18 With Restaurant.com and Get $100 to Spend on Your Next Meal

posted by Mark Myerson - 1.10.22

Whether you prefer heaps of tacos or creamy pasta, everyone loves eating out at a nice restaurant. Plus, it’s a nice change of pace from eating at home, especially if you find a restaurant that specializes in cuisine you don’t know how to cook yourself.  However, buying a meal isn’t always very affordable — particularly outside of the big chains.

Restaurant.com wants to change that. This site helps you save on delicious food at independent restaurants across the country while helping to support these family-run businesses. In a special deal for Hannity viewers, you can currently get a $100 eGift Card from Restaurant.com for just $18. That means a massive 82% saving on your next meal.

In these strange times, restaurants need a steady flow of customers. Restaurant.com helps these businesses to attract diners through deals. The site has 500,000 deals available every day, created by over 62,000 restaurants across 50 states. Whenever you’re feeling hungry, you can simply log on and find a deal that fits your budget and your tastebuds.

The result is a win for everyone: local restaurants get more business, and you get delicious food for less. With this deal, you get $100 to spend on dining deals. The eGift Card can be applied to anything you see on the site, including dine-in, takeout, or delivery. 

Restaurants on the list include Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, Edible Arrangements, House of Blues, IHOP, Señor Frog’s, Subway, and many more, so you’re sure to find a local eatery that suits your tastes and your mood.

Want to give it a try? Order today for just $18 to get your hands on the $100 eGift Card.


$100 Restaurant.com eGift Card for Only $18

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