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Eating at home is usually cheaper than eating out, but you can still save money when going out to your favorite restaurants. Get the LOZO on how to save on fast food, and even get discounts on gourmet dining.

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  • Fans of the TLC show Extreme Couponing?  LOZO has the best service to help you save like an Extreme Couponer without all the hassle! 

    How does it work?  It's simple (&...
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  • One of our more popular tips is how to be a smart Restaurant.com shopper. We recommend not paying the prices listed on the site, but instead using a coupon code for 60%, 70%, 80% or even 90% off and...
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  • Restaurant coupons can be found everywhere: online, in newspapers, in the mail. Focus on going to restaurants where you have coupons; you might find some new favorite places this way. If don't...
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  • Restaurants love to encourage repeat business. Many now have loyalty clubs or cards, where you get points for each dollar you spend, or a stamp each time you order a certain drink or sandwich. These...
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  • Most restaurant desserts are generally overpriced. Make it a habit for yourself, and for all of your family meals, that you can celebrate with dessert at home after the meal. Pick up some ice cream at the grocery store, or cook up some baked goods before you leave so you can enjoy them when you return.
  • Sharing food is great when dining out. Instead of ordering two main meals, order a few appetizers and share, or, order one appetizer and one main meal to share. This way you both get to try more things, and it will be cheaper, too.
  • If you're dining in a group, and some of the meals come with extras like soup or salad, a drink, and dessert, it's time to team up. Match up the extras with the people who were going to order them separately anyway, so you avoid extra charges. For example, suppose Person A's meal comes with a drink, but they only want water. Person B was planning [...]
  • Savingadvice.com guide to saving money dining out
  • Leftovers don't have to be gross or boring, and it doesn't have to mean just reheating the same old stuff. When cooking, make extra white or brown rice, then turn the leftovers into a rice salad the next day with some added fresh ingredients. Turn leftover chicken into chicken salad, and enjoy day-after-Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches. Leftovers [...]