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Grill One Eleven - Rockford

Contemporary American Food at Grill One Eleven (Up to Half Off). Three Options Available.

The Fine Print

  • Expires Aug 1st, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Not valid until 4/29/13. Dine-in only. Dinner only. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid on holidays, happy hour, or with daily specials.

Questions and Answers 5 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

How is groupon option 1 different from 2? You seem to be paying $5 more for the same thing. Am I wrong?

Chris F.  asked on  Apr 23, 2013

A:

Sorry for any confusion.
There is no difference besides the price between the two offers. Option 1, which is $20 for $40 has a limited amount available to purchase and once Option 1 is sold out, Option 2 will still be available for all customers who are still looking for a great offer but missed out on option 1. Hope that helps to clarify.

Andy C.  from  Groupon  replied on  Apr 24, 2013

More Questions and Answers

Q:

Does the "must purchase 1 food item" include an appetizer or dessert? Or does that mean I have to buy another entree in addition to the $40?

Brooke H.  asked on  Apr 26, 2013

A:

It just means that you cannot use the Groupon on beverages only.

tony R.  from  Groupon  replied on  Apr 26, 2013

Q:

Limit one per person means I alone must order $40 worth of food in one sitting to get it at a discount for $20? Please Clarify.

Mary R.  asked on  Apr 25, 2013

A:

Sorry for any confusion.
"Limit 1 per person" means you can only purchase 1 Groupon for this offer.

Andy C.  from  Groupon  replied on  Apr 25, 2013

Q:

May I purchase more than one of these groupon's to give as a gift or give to a family member?

Donald B.  asked on  Apr 25, 2013

A:

Sorry, there is a limit of 1 per person, so you will not be able to purchase more than one. Hope that helps to clarify.

Andy C.  from  Groupon  replied on  Apr 25, 2013

Q:

When it says "one per table" does that mean that my husband and I, cannot sit with my friend and her husband who buy the groupon also, at the same table? That would mean that we would have to sit alone, and our friends at a different table???

Mary T.  asked on  Apr 24, 2013

A:

Sorry for the inconvenience.
Since there is a limit of 1 Groupon per table, both couples will not be able to use a Groupon.

Andy C.  from  Groupon  replied on  Apr 24, 2013

Q:

How is groupon option 1 different from 2? You seem to be paying $5 more for the same thing. Am I wrong?

Chris F.  asked on  Apr 23, 2013

A:

Sorry for any confusion.
There is no difference besides the price between the two offers. Option 1, which is $20 for $40 has a limited amount available to purchase and once Option 1 is sold out, Option 2 will still be available for all customers who are still looking for a great offer but missed out on option 1. Hope that helps to clarify.

Andy C.  from  Groupon  replied on  Apr 24, 2013

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