Restaurant.com Serves Up More Than 10,000 $10 Deals for Just $4
Company lowers price, increases restaurant inventory and offers more dining deals than all other deal sites combined
April 10, 2012
Arlington Heights, Ill. April 10, 2012—Restaurant.com announces product and pricing changes to make the best deals on the Web even more affordable than before. The leading provider of restaurant savings nationwide announced it is lowering the price of its $10 dining certificates from $5 to $4 and expanding its selection of restaurants. The company now offers $10 savings certificates at more than 10,000 restaurants across the country. This growing set of $10 certificates joins Restaurant.com’s base of nearly 50,000 daily certificate choices, including denominations of $25, $50, $75 and $100, at more than 18,000 restaurants nationwide.
“We are excited to offer consumers even more choices than before,” said Restaurant.com President and Chief Marketing Officer Christopher Krohn. “As diners increasingly choose quick-service and fast casual restaurants, Restaurant.com is responding with more affordable restaurant deals. Now, consumers can rely on Restaurant.com for the best deal on every meal, from a large family dinner to a quick bite on the run.”
Restaurant.com $10 Dining Certificates are ideal for:
· Quick meals on the go
· Business dining on a budget
· Popular breakfast and lunch spots
· Casual family favorites such as pizza, Chinese and Mexican restaurants
Restaurant.com’s iPhone app makes finding and using casual dining deals quicker and easier than ever before. Consumers can quickly search for restaurants by location, purchase a certificate and redeem the savings on the go, 100 percent digitally. The company is preparing to launch a mobile app for the Android platform soon. Learn more about Restaurant.com mobile.
“Unlike most daily deal sites, Restaurant.com deals are available for purchase at any time and the certificates never expire,” said Krohn. “Plus, Restaurant.com offers a ‘no questions asked’ exchange policy, so diners can change their minds as they wish and choose just the right restaurant for their needs.”