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For more than five years, Restaurant.com has brought you the best dining deals on the Internet to thousands of restaurants all across the country. Now, in partnership with TicketsNow, Restaurant.com brings you a value that’s quite possibly the best deal on an evening of dining and entertainment around.

Before November 30, spend just $10 on Restaurant.com dining certificates and receive a free $50 e-gift card to TicketsNow.com. Plus, save 60% on Restaurant.com certificates.


To save 60% and receive a free $50 TicketsNow e-gift card:

1. Go to www.restaurant.com

2. Search for restaurants by zip code, or by region

3. Click "Add to Cart" to buy certificates. Don't

forget to add certificates to one of our online partners!

4. Click "Check Out" and enter promotional code 45665. Click “Recalculate Total” to apply your savings.

5. If your cart total is at least $10, you will receive an

on-screen confirmation that you qualify for your free

$50 e-gift card from TicketsNow.

6. When you receive a confirmation email with links to

your Restaurant.com certificates you also will receive

your free $50 e-gift card to TicketsNow.


Offer expires November 30, 2005.


About TicketsNow

Unbeatable selection, exceptional service, and the utmost security are elements that make TicketsNow.com the world's favorite* and most trusted brand for premium event seating and tickets.

Only at Ticketsnow.com do you have:

Unbeatable selection—the world’s largest online ticket inventory

Exceptional service—customer service representatives are available Monday—Friday 8 am to 9 pm CST and 9 am to 3 pm on Saturday

Comprehensive security—all transactions are protected by VeriSign … the sign of trust on the Net

Money-back guarantee—get your tickets or get your money back

Member of BBB—member of Better Business Bureau Online Reliability Program

Founding member of the NATB—National Association of Ticket Brokers

Licensee of the TRUSTe Privacy Program



*source: Media Metrix & Alexa Ratings, an Amazon.com Company


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This worked! It's a great idea for Christmas presents if you find restaurants your friends/family like. You will not receive a message about TicketNow until you finish paying. The code for that is in your confirmation email.


I have a question. On the confirmation page, it says I can get a free subscription to one of 3 magazines. However, if I don't want the subscription they will send me a rebate of $9.99. Has anyone tried this?

It would be a great deal if you bought $10 worth of certificates, got a rebate of $9.99 plus the $50 certificate for TicketsNow....

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does anyone know if you can stack the $10 Kabloom gc's? Say get 4 and then be able to use all 4 = $40 on one order?

Not unless they changed it @ Kabloom. It was that you had to enter the GC code as a Promo or Coupon Code, and their system limited you to 1 code. Which also means you can't use a Free Shipping and/or Vase code (if those are still out there) with it either IIRC.


edit - You should be real careful to get the best deals from the online flower companies. The price and shipping differs depending on how you got there. Some deals are better than others.

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Ditto! my parents are older, too much "stuff" and don't need anymore -- they like to eat out, and this is awesome esp since we're far away..still not sure where to spend the tickets money...LOL!!! PS _- my restaurant of choice said it was "out of stock" but no indication of when they'd be back in stock, etc...so I called them direct, the restauarant manager said he'd call and get back with me within the hour...so I guess I'll find out!:g_dance:
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you know I thought good deal then compared the price tickets now charges over what ticket master charges ACK. I wanted phantom of the opera $160 on tickets now same tickets $68 on ticketmaster


Tickets Now is a "Secondary ticket" market. You only want to use it for events that you can't go through through the original sellers for... that is Sold Out events.


Why are the tickets on your site listed above face value?

Licensed ticket brokers generally sell their tickets at prices above face value. This price is known as the ticket's "market value." The only place you can purchase tickets at face value is through Ticketmaster or a venue box office. However, it is important to note that these primary sellers often charge additional service fees—creating actual prices that are higher than the amount listed on the face of the ticket.


Licensed ticket brokers specialize in obtaining desirable seats for high-demand and sold-out events. They get these tickets from a variety of sources including season ticket holders and individuals who have extra tickets for events. To obtain these high-demand tickets, brokers pay a premium, or a price often well above face value. They then sell these tickets at market value. The market value price for a ticket is determined by many factors including seat location, supply and demand, date and location of event, etc.


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