$29 for a Book of Free: New Dining Out Edition Certificate Book Including Shipping ($64.99 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Collection of 38 vouchers grants free food at casual-dining, fine-dining, and quick-service restaurants in San Antonio.

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 1st, 2012. Limit 3 per person. Must provide shipping address upon purchase. Allow 7-10 business days for delivery. Certificates have varying expiration dates throughout 2012 and early 2013. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$29 for a Book of Free: Dining Out Edition Certificate Book Including Shipping ($64.99 Value)

The Book of Free: Dining Out Edition compiles 38 total certificates from casual and fine-dining locations, such as Palenque Grill, EZ’s, Aldino’s, and Barn Door as well as chains such as Lenny’s Sub Shop, IHOP, and Arby’s. Certificates have varying expiration dates throughout 2012 and early 2013. A portion of each Groupon purchased will benefit the San Antonio Food Bank and Haven for Hope.

Book of Free

Bob Wills started putting together the Book of Free in 2011 with the mission of encouraging San Antonians to explore their city’s restaurants, events, and venues. Each Book of Free overflows with certificates that stick to a theme, such as the current Dining Out Edition or last year’s Holiday Charity Challenge that users can redeem without making any additional purchases or dissecting fine print in a high-school biology class. Partnering with local, regional, and national companies, Book of Free owners can frequent eateries ranging from mom-and-pop locations to larger chains. Wills and the Book of Free team also give back to the community by donating 10% of every Book of Free sold to charity. Early in 2012, the company divvied up more than $150,000 to worthy causes, such as Haven for Hope, the San Antonio Food Bank, and Returning Heroes Home.

Book of Free

The Book of Free began in 2011 with the mission of encouraging San Antonians to explore their city's restaurants, events, and venues. Each Book of Free overflows with certificates together worth thousands of dollars in goods and services that users can redeem without making any additional purchases. Partnering with local, regional, and national companies, Book of Free owners can frequent eateries ranging from mom-and-pop locations to larger chains. The Book of Free team also gives back to the community. The company has divvied up more than $250,000 to local non-profits.


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