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One popular promotion for restaurants, especially around holiday time, is to offer a discount or bonus on gift certificates you buy in advance.
For example, you might pay $20 and receive a $25 gift certificate. For restaurants where you eat often, this is like found money. Not only are you basically getting $5 in free food, but it usually won't prevent you from using another coupon you might have (confirm that when you buy the gift certificate).
Here's an illustration: suppose you have a 20% off coupon for a restaurant, and they are also offering a $25 gift certificate for $20.
It's important to note any restrictions or time limit on using the gift certificate and bonus. If you're not going to be able to use the extra benefits in time, there's no point in buying it. Also treat the certificate like cash - if you lose it, you're out of luck. And you'll want to steer clear if you think the restaurant might go out of business before you can cash in the certificate. If they do, you're stuck.