Thursday, December 15, 2011

Plum District: $25 Target gift card and $50 Restaurant.com gift card for as low as $17.50!

Wow! Plum District has a great deal on a store I'm sure many of us love... TARGET!

For $25 you can get a $25 Target gift card and a $50 Restaurant.com gift card! Now, normally this wouldn't be that great of a deal since Restaurant.com gift cards a normally really discounted. What makes this deal great is you can use your $5 sign up credit (or $10 if you still have it) and code fabulous to save 10% (valid once per account) to get $75 worth of gift cards for just $17.50!!

GO HERE to see this deal and snag one before they are gone.
  • May purchase multiples
  • Valid for a $50 Restaurant.com Gift Card and a $25 Target® Gift Card®
  • Please allow up to 3 weeks for gift card delivery 
  • Restaurant.com and Target GiftCards® do not expire 
  • All gift card sales final 
  • Code available immediately after purchase
  • The Bullseye Design, Target and Target GiftCard® are registered trademarks of Target Brands, Inc. All rights reserved. Terms and conditions are applied to GiftCards. Target is not a participating partner in or sponsor of this offer.
  • Limited quantities available
  • Expires 06/15/12

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4 comments:

  1. The code fabulous did not work. Any ideas?

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  2. My only guess is it is expired. It worked for me this morning!

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  3. hi
    quik question. Will the restaurants I checked out before buying the gift card be available? Or will the selection be more narrow.giving this as a gift to my foodie cousin.
    thanks

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  4. Yes, the Restaurant.com gift certifcate is easy to redeem and you can use it towards any restaurant featured on their site. Just note that there will be fine print with each restaurant- some will have a certain minimum requirement, certain days, dine in only, etc.
    Usually w/ restaurant.com you have to spend some money out of pocket- for example, a $25 voucher may only be valid if you spend $40 on two dinners, or something like that. But it's a great way to save at restaurants that don't usually have "coupons" and to try new places.

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