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TL;DR: Through June 11, you can snag a $100 Restaurant.com gift card for only $14 and save at thousands of restaurants across the country — that's a savings of 86%!

Whether you're hitting the steakhouse or getting your favorite sushi rolls delivered, restaurants can get expensive. If you're looking to save big while snacking, check out the 500,000-plus deals on Restaurant.com. This $100 Restaurant.com eGift card is only $14, and it lets you purchase gift certificates at thousands of restaurants across the country.

Restaurant.com has deals at over 62,000 restaurants across the United States. This eGift Card can be redeemed online and used to purchase gift certificates at participating restaurants. Here’s what to expect when you make your purchase. 

  1. Buy your eGift Card here for $14. 

  2. Redeem your credits through the desktop version of Restaurant.com

  3. Use your zip code to find tasty restaurants.

  4. Use your $100 credit to purchase gift certificates. 

  5. Show the gift certificate to your server when you check out. 

There are gift certificates for dine-in, delivery, and takeout, but some restaurants may have restrictions on what you can order or which days you can come in. Just make sure to check any fine print and call ahead if you have any doubts. 

Restaurant options range from familiar national chains like IHOP to local favorites. Your go-to diner might just have an online deal you can cash in. Plus, it's up to you how quickly you use your credit. Use it all at once on a fancy dinner on the town, or space it out over time. Please note that you can only use one certificate at a time per restaurant.  

Father's Day is coming up, but there's still time to cash in on a digital deal that arrives immediately.

Get a $100 Restaurant.com eGift Card for just $14. The sale ends June 11 at 11:59 p.m. PT. 

Prices subject to change.

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