Daily Deals and Restaurant Certificates

These Online Companies Offer "Deal of the Day" Discounts in Arizona

We seem to have quite a few companies offering daily deals, deals of the day (they might not be daily deals) half price bargains and other discounts on local products and services in the Phoenix area. Typically, signing up to receive the one day deal emails is free, and then you might have a limited time to take advantage of the discount offer. Discounts are often 50% off or more. The typical daily deals include (but are not limited to) Phoenix restaurants, spa services, salon services or local attractions.

How does it work? Businesses pay these companies to promote a daily deal that will bring a large number of new customers to their businesses, in hopes that some of them will become regular customers. Make sure you read all the restrictions, including expiration dates on the deals. For the deals that require a minimum number of buyers for the deal to be "on" you will not be charged if not enough buyers purchase the deal.

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    When a certain number of people sign up for the deal, then the deal is on. It might last for more than one day. At Groupon you can print the voucher or bring it up on your mobile device, then present it at the business to get your deal. Enamor is headquartered in Illinois.
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    Every now and then, a good deal gets even better when they offer a special on the discounts. Sometimes, you can get a $25 dining certificate that normally sells for $10 for just $4 or $5. Often, these promotions are offered around holidays, like Valentine's Day or Mother's Day, although you might not be able to use the certificate on that exact day — check with the restaurant first.

    Remember that all Restaurant.com certificates have restrictions. Some are only good for dinner, or don't include certain items, or require that a tip be calculated for you, etc. Read all the fine print on the certificate before you purchase it.

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    Local restaurant deals, services, gifts, travel, local attractions, fitness programs and more. Make sure you are logged into your city of choice and read all the fine print on the deal before you buy!

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    "Deals are generally 50% off, prepaid certificates that you purchase online. They have a promotional value and a paid value. You pay the paid value with a credit card and instantly receive a discount certificate worth the larger promotional value to print or to send to your phone. Some deals are available to use instantly (clearly marked as Buy Now, Use Now) and others are available for use the next business day."

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    Half price certificates to Arizona restaurants. While there may be an email announcing a deal, there are certificates for restaurants available at the website all the time. You can use your smartphone to show your certificate to your server if you don't want to print it. There is a transaction processing fee. Certificates are valid for three months. LocalDines is a Scottsdale company.