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12 Simple Tricks for Saving Money When You’re Out at a Restaurant

Reader's Digest.CA Logo By Dana Meredith of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 1 of 12: <p>Even if you make <a href='http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/course/dinner-recipes/restaurant-recipes-you-can-make-at-home'>restaurant-style recipes</a> at home, a night out every now and then is a welcome treat. But with food, drinks, and tip, it can be tough to manage on a tight budget. Whether you're looking for a quick bite at a favorite taco joint or going tablecloths-and-candles fancy, we share 12 secrets to saving money at restaurants without sacrificing the experience. First of all, give the place a 'like'! Most restaurants have Facebook pages, and many of these offer special deals or coupons. 'Like' and follow your favorite eateries to get in on unadvertised specials and Facebook-only freebies and discounts. Did you know <a href='https://www.rd.com/culture/types-of-facebook-users/'>there are only 4 types of Facebook users? Find out which one you are.</a></p>

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Even if you make restaurant-style recipes at home, a night out every now and then is a welcome treat. But with food, drinks, and tip, it can be tough to manage on a tight budget. Whether you're looking for a quick bite at a favourite taco joint or going tablecloths-and-candles fancy, we share 12 secrets to saving money at restaurants without sacrificing the experience. First of all, give the place a 'like'! Most restaurants have Facebook pages, and many of these offer special deals or coupons. 'Like' and follow your favourite eateries to get in on unadvertised specials and Facebook-only freebies and discounts. 

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