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Author Topic: 90% off at  (Read 1952 times)


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90% off at
« on: September 09, 2009, 11:27 PM NHFT »

use promo code "ninety" in the cart, a $25 coupon for $10 is now $1.  If you click give gift, you can buy coupons to itself you can exchange for actual restaurant coupons later.  Popular places may be out of coupons now, but they will restock around 3am on the 1st of the month.  This code should work for 99 hours from about 7 and a half hours ago (midnight pacific time 9-9-09).

The math, for MOST restaurants you must spend $35 in food (many exclude alcohol) to use the $25 off and tack on 18% gratuity (sorry mike)
$35 in food + 9% NH meals tax of $3.16 and 18% gratuity of $6.30 = $44.46 - $25 coupon means you pay $19.46 (plus the dollar you spent for the coupon) for $35 in food. keeps that buck, the restaurant eats the cost of the tax and tip ($9.46) and $6.08 left over.  Assuming you spend exactly $35 of course, spend a little more, the restaurant eats a little less, but basically for $1 they're always paying your NH meals tax and tip for you.

Milly's in manchester takes em, so does the Barley House (out of stock, tacks on 20% gratuity and must spend $50 on FOOD for $25 coupon not valid Friday or Saturday) and the Draft in concord (spend $35 dinner only, no alcohol, does NOT specify adding automatic gratuity - thanks Andy)
Also can get them for Speaker's Corner at the Crowne in Nashua, where 2010 New Hampshire Liberty Forum will be held from March 18-21.


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Re: 90% off at
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2009, 06:53 AM NHFT »

Also can get them for Speaker's Corner at the Crowne in Nashua, where 2010 New Hampshire Liberty Forum will be held from March 18-21.

This would seem like a good idea for someone coming from out of can eat good food right there in the hotel for cheap!!

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Re: 90% off at
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2009, 08:30 AM NHFT »

the speakers corner had great salads for like 4 or 5 bucks :)


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Re: 90% off at
« Reply #3 on: May 05, 2010, 12:12 AM NHFT »

I use periodically- it's a good deal! Another hot food tip is being aware of and taking advantage of your city/town's restaurant week. During Restaurant Weeks, participating local restaurants will have special "fixed price" menu options (usually 3 courses). This is a great way to check out that expensive place you've always wanted to try, but could never otherwise afford.
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