Restaurant & Retail Coupons: Ruby Tuesday, TGI Friday’s, Carter’s, Gap & More

Here are the top restaurant and retail coupons with thanks to Smart Couponing and Surviving the Stores for the list!

Best Restaurant Coupons

  1. Baja Fresh – $2 off $7 and $5 off $15 Purchase Coupons (exp September 12, 2010)
  2. Cheeseburger in Paradise – Buy One Entree Get One Free Coupon (exp September 17, 2010)
  3. Pick Up Stix – Buy One Entree Get One Free Coupon (exp September 5, 2010)
  4. Qdoba Mexican Grill – Buy One Get One Free Coupon (play game)
  5. Ruby Tuesday – Buy One Entree Get One Free Coupon (exp September 30, 2010)
  6. Smokey Bones – $10 off $25 Coupon (exp September 11, 2010)
  7. TGI Fridays – Buy One Entree Get One 50% Off Coupon
  8. – 80% off with coupon code CLEARANCE (exp August 31, 2010)

More Restaurant Coupons

Best Retail Coupons

  1. Banana Republic, Gap & Old Navy – 30% off Entire Purchase Coupon (exp August 29, 2010)
  2. Bealls – 20% Off Entire Purchase Coupon (exp August 31, 2010)
  3. Carter’s – 20% Off $40 or More Coupon (exp September 1, 2010) – great with 50% off sale going on now!
  4. JCPenney – $10 off a $25 Purchase Coupon (exp August 28, 2010)
  5. Osh Kosh – 20% off $40 or More Coupon (exp September 1, 2010)
  6. The Children’s Place – 15% Off Entire Purchase Coupon (exp September 1, 2010)

More Retail Coupons

Enjoy your weekend, and don’t spend too much money using these coupons! 😉

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  1. Hi! Did you verify the source of the coupons? The one for Ruby Tuesday Buy 1 Get 1 Free is particularly suspicious. I am subscribed to the So Connected club and the real coupons usually have your name and email printed, and it’s a different font. That looked like someone created a program to automatically generate fabricated coupons. I just don’t want you to go to the restaurant excited and then they don’t accept it.

  2. Hi! Just read the fine print on the Children’s Place coupon and it says “internet distribution strongly prohibited.” Just FYI!

    • Terms like that are a little tricky sometimes. In my opinion (which, as always, could be wrong!) there is a difference between distributing a coupon (as in making it a pdf or jpg and sending it out) and pointing people to a company hosted webpage where they can print the coupon directly from the company’s website.

      When you send people to a company-hosted or company-generated webpage it leaves the power in the hands of the company to take the coupon down if they decide to do so. Whereas internet distribution of the coupon (turning it into something that can be passed around) is something that the company doesn’t have control over.

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