Skip to comments.Score Half-Price Meals Courtesy of Your Local TV Station
Posted on 01/10/2009 3:43:58 PM PST by rvoitier
The only catch seems to be that as the deals become better known, the certificates are harder to come by. You can search for certificates by plugging in the call letters for the local station into the URL for IncentRev, like so: http://XXXX.incentev.com where XXXX is the call letters. You can also search for deals in your city or state by flexing a little google-fu and using search terms like site:incentrev.com new york.
Interesting. One for the Denver, Co. area:
You'd think these tech people would give a crap about typos and stuff.
Is it "incentev.com", or "incentrev.com"?
The first says no such place, the second says"cannot be found".
Local radio stations do the same thing.
Heck all the big radio stations in Dallas have them. Unfortunately the restaurants are usually nowhere near where I live or work.
If you want discount meals try RESTAURANT.COM ,, you buy coupons there and can find them for almost every zip code.. $10 off a $25 purchase ,, $25 off a $50 etc. etc. just make sure to read the restrictions first and drinks/specials usually don’t count towards the $$$ amount you must purchase.. on the plus side they often have promo’s where you can buy the coupons VERY cheaply..
I have used the coupons from restaurant.com. They work great. I wish there were more available for restaurants in my area. I use them mostly when traveling. Before the trip, I buy discount certificates for the city to which I am traveling.
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