The Frequent User Card

Tonight I met two very dear friends for dinner at Qdoba. I have only been there once before but on my previous visit I got a Qdoba frequent user card. It was free and when I got home, I registered it on line so they could mail me coupons and such. When I registered I got a code for free chips and cheese!

Then I went in tonight and when she slid my card through, my dinner was free! I only had to pay for my drink!

The card cost me nothing and has already saved me the price of my Veggie Burrito!

If you have somewhere you and your family love to eat, make sure you ask if they have a frequent user card! Check their website as well, you might be surprised the offers you can get in your e-mail. It could save you some money you weren’t counting on!

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