It says "Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table." That really means just one per table, right? I cannot imagine that I, alone, would eat $30 worth of food, but that my husband and I would share in the meal. Just wanted to clarify. Also, are the prices supposed to be the same for Fri-Sat and for Sun-Thurs. They both say $15 for $30. Because they are two "options," it would seem that it is a mistake? Please clarify. Thanks! -Bridget
Bridget W. asked on Oct 11, 2012
Sorry for the confusion! "Limit 1 per person" just means that each person can only purchase one Groupon. "Limit 1 per table" means that you can only use one Groupon at a table, not that only one person can dine.
The Groupon works as a credit that will be applied toward your total table's bill, like a gift card. If your bill exceeds $30, you would just be required to pay the difference, plus tax and gratuity.
The price is the same for both Groupon options. Having one option for Sunday–Thursday and another option for Friday and Saturday just helps the business plan ahead for the amount of traffic they'll have during the week and on the weekends.
Brette V. from Groupon replied on Oct 11, 2012