Marketing Boost‘s restaurant incentive cards are a great way to boost your sales. The cards come in denominations of $100, $200, or $300. There’s a $7.95 activation fee for each $100 of value. This fee can be paid by you or your client.
How Marketing Boost’s Restaurant Incentive Cards Work
To give away one of the cards, you simply enter the name and email address of the recipient inside of your Marketing Boost dashboard. You also select the denomination and choose whether you or your client will pay the $7.95 fee per $100 of value.
Your client will automatically get the card sent to them via email. After a simple registration process, they can begin using the card. Since the restaurant discounts are powered by The Entertainment Book, there are thousands of savings options available throughout the US.
(Sorry, but the cards are not available for use worldwide.)
How to Save Money Using The Restaurant Incentive Cards
Once on the Dining Advantage site, you enter your zip code and choose from quick bites, casual dining, or fine dining. Most of the offers are for buy one get one free or a percentage off your bill.
Most locations will have more than one savings offer. Next to each offer is the estimated savings number. If you redeem a coupon, the estimated savings value will be deducted from your account.
Just looking around, I found an offer to get two, one-topping Papa John’s pizzas for $7.77 each. As you can see, it’s not difficult to rack up savings exceeding your $7.95 fee quickly. I was able to get my $7.95 back with my first restaurant purchase and I still have over $90 of credit to use!
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