Check Out Dine Rewards

The wife and I like to eat out. Although my wife is an excellent cook and we often prepare and eat diverse, healthy meals at home, we do enjoy eating out. We enjoy visiting familiar restaurants as well as experiencing new restaurants, and perhaps most importantly, we frequently enjoy dining out as it gives us a chance to share food, drink and conversation with friends and family.

Our favorite restaurant is Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. A few times a year we make the 80-mile journey to the Tucson restaurant for birthdays, our anniversary, and sometimes, just because. We also make it a point to visit if there happens to be a Fleming’s in city we’re visiting. During our recent travels we have dined at restaurants in Scottsdale and Chandler in AZ, San Antonio, Denver; and San Diego and La Jolla in CA.

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar 

In our quest to enjoy dining out in general and dining at Flemings’s specifically; and practice frugality to some degree, we joined the Dine Rewards program. We figure if we’re going to eat out, we might as well pay less.

How does it work?

Eat
Dine at Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill or Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. Enjoy your favorite meal and spend at least $20 ($40 at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar) on food or non-alcoholic beverages to earn a qualified visit.

Earn
Make 3 qualified visits within 6 months to receive a reward of 50% off (up to $20 off at Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill or up to $40 off at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar) on food or non-alcoholic beverages.

Redeem
Every 4th visit, enjoy your 50% off reward within 90 days of earning it. There’s no limit to how many rewards you can earn.

Check out Dine Rewards and when you make it to a Fleming’s you have to try the Chocolate Lava Cake. It’s goodness is beyond description!

Blogger-in-Chief here at RetirementSavvy and author of Sin City Greed, Cream City Hustle and RENDEZVOUS WITH RETIREMENT: A Guide to Getting Fiscally Fit.

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