Outback Steakhouse is discontinuing their current “Tablemates” program on Monday, Sept. 30. Beginning the ext day it will be known as “Dine Rewards”.
The new program has not been fully announced but early releases have stated Dine Rewards will apply at all restaurants associated with Outlook Steakhouse. These include Carrabba's Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar and Roy's.
The restaurant that claims there are not rules has abandoned that policy for the change in loyalty programs here is a list of rules supplied by Outback:
You can redeem your current Tablemates points for rewards until 09/29/2013.
Any unredeemed points will be converted to a reward(s) that can only be used at participating Outback Steakhouse locations.
Monthly Perks will no longer be available after September 26. Be sure to use it before then!
We will be discontinuing the Tablemates mobile app on September 30.
The Tablemates website will be redirected to the new Dine Rewards website (www.dine-rewards.com) starting September 30.
You will still be able to use your existing Tablemates card or trade it in for a Dine Rewards card at the restaurant.
According to the chain more details about Dine Rewards will be released next week. Basically the early indication is that Dine Rewards will provide discounts every time you dine three times within six consecutive months. After the third dining you will be able to save 50% off your check provided you have spent a minimum spend of $20 at Outback, Carrabba's and Bonefish or $40 spend at Fleming's and Roy's excluding gift card purchases, alcohol, taxes or tip during the three visits.
In Michigan your Dine Rewards is up to $20 for Outback, Carrabba's or Bonefish, OR up to $40 for Fleming's or Roy's.
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