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What are you up to tonight? You definitely deserve a night out at a nice restaurant near you.
glimp’s got your back: We are always looking out for you. Sometimes we bring you flowers and shout you Netflix, just like your best boyfriend or girlfriend. Now, we’re gonna help you nab a great deal on cheap dinners. So if it’s payback time to treat bae or your squad, pay attention.
If you have at least $5 and an internet connection, you can reserve a table for yourself and up to three people, order as many noms as you like and only pay half price. Just use this link: Save 50% on your meal for $5. Normally, it is $10.
Meet our friends, First Table. These guys are offering Kiwis the chance to score cheap dinners by featuring local restaurants who offer one special early reservation a night. Come in before the crowds start piling in, order as much food as you would like off the menu (even dessert) and see your bill dwindle.
That means you can pocket what you would have spent and use those savings on movie tickets. Or on a tank of gas to watch a sunset. Or on a motel room. (Giggity.)
Here’s how to score a cheap dinner with First Table:
Register for an account at FirstTable.co.nz using this link: Save 50% on your meal. Use this link to get the deal for $5, otherwise it will be $10.
Pick the region where you want to dine. FirstTable.co.nz is all over New Zealand, so you can get a great deal whether you are close to home, on business, or on a cheeky weekend trip out of town.
Explore which restaurants are offering first tables. Be quick. Weekend nights go fast!
Secure your reservation and 50%-off voucher for only $5 -- just for glimp friends only!
FirstTable will email you the voucher to show the staff when you arrive. (And don’t be late. The voucher is no good if you’re more than 15 minutes late.) T&Cs apply.
Treat yo’self and your crew. Nab an early table and a sweet deal, thanks to glimp and First Table!
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