Most $25 dining coupons have a regular retail price of $10, so this coupon code will take half off the retail price. If a coupon has a different retail price, it’ll take half off of that, too (so a $50 coupon that retails for $20 would be $10 with the coupon code, for example).
These coupons never expire, and if a restaurant refuses to accept it or goes out of business, the coupon can be exchanged for another one.
Some of the latest restaurants in the Twin Cities area that have been added to Restaurant.com include:
Your turn: What restaurants have you tried out with a Restaurant.com dining coupon?
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