Love eating out but hate paying the tab? Check out our top 6 money-saving tricks!
There's no doubt about it - we all love eating out. There's just something just so enticing about going out with friends, browsing through a long menu list and having a hot meal served straight to you. However, almost all budget plans call for the minimizing of this joyous activity. Here are some tips that will help you save money on the occassions that you do dine out.
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Instead of soft drinks and alcohol, try passing for a cup of water.
If you really would like some booze, you can opt to bring your own wine. Make sure to check in with the restaurant to see if there's any surcharge beforehand.
Getting carryout can save you up to 20% from not paying tip! Simply call in a few minutes before, and your meal will be ready for pickup.
Make sure you to-go leftovers, as they can make for an entire meal the next day. Much like Thankgiving meals, leftovers can be the best part!
Oftentimes eating dessert at a restaurant can rack up your bill. Instead of eating at the current restaurant, opt out to go somewhere nearby, such as a dessert specialty shop or your local grocery store. The extra drive can make for a fun adventure - especially if you're out on a date!
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