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Save half your lunch money by using Alibi Bucks

The Weekly Alibi offers a way for you to spend a lot less cash when dining out. They offer ½ price certificates for many different venues, including Albuquerque restaurants that you can order on-line.

As of today, the following certificates are available (check the Alibi Bucks website every week as offers change and new certificates appear):

  • El Norteno: Mexican Food. 1431 Wyoming NE; Albuquerque. 505-299-2882. Purchase a $20 certificate for just $10.
     
  • High Finance Restaurant and Tavern: At the top of the tramway. 505-243-9742. I haven’t written a review for this restaurant yet, but I’ve had some wonderful calamari paired with a great view. Purchase a $50 certificate for just $25.
     
  • JJ’s Pizza: 4711 Menaul, 883-6962. This restaurant won 2nd Best of Burque winner in the Weekly Alibi contest. Purchase a $20 certificate for just $10.
     
  • JC’s New York Pizza Dept: 215 Central NW, Albuquerque, 505-766-6973. Purchase a $20 certificate for just $10.
     
  • Light and Healthy Mirai Japanese Cuisine: 120 Harvard SE, Albuuquerque, 505-888-3463. Purchase a $10 certificate for just $5.
     
  • Old Town Pizza Parlor: 108 Rio Grande NW, Albuquerque, 505-999-1949. Purchase a $10 for just $5.
     
  • Olympia Café: 2210 Central Ave, Albuquerque, 505-266-5222. Purchase a $20 certificate for just $10.

Well, you get the idea – lots of certificates for lots of restaurants. There is a $1.00 shipping and handling fee per order (not per certificate). In other words, buy as many as you are interested in at once, so you save more bucks!

Keep in mind that you’ve got to move fast because these certificates will sell out and be aware that at some places you won’t receive and cash back.

Enjoy, and I’ll keep looking for good meal deals.

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Comments

  • Billie 4 years ago

    There is also 999Dine offering dining certificates for ABQ and Santa Fe.

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