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Weekend Coupon: Prepare for Your Close Up Mr. Credit Card

January 11, 2013
Eat24 Hungry?

Use your smartphone camera for adult purposes.
Picking up the tab. Duh. What did you think we meant? The new Eat24 app for iPhone and Android lets you scan your credit card with one tap. No expensive add-ons. No unruly cords. No dongles. (Although we do love saying the word dongle, so you can still use a dongle if you want. Dongle.) Just point your phone’s camera at your credit card to scan and securely store the info. Using a photo to pay for food? Now that’s a Money Shot.
Get the free Eat24 app to turn your smartphone into a geniusphone, then enter this code at checkout to save some dough on this weekend’s order.
Coupon Code:
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Want another coupon? No problem. Tweet us and fill in the blank with what you’re about to order: “Picture this: Me with no pants and some hot fresh _____ from @Eat24 #MoneyShot” Don’t do Twitter? Post it on our Facebook wall.
You’re the syrup on our silver dollar pancakes.Bon Appetit,

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* Before you get too excited about taking a picture to pay your bill, you need to be ready. A lot of credit cards, as cute as they are, get nervous around a camera. Make sure they’re as comfortable as possible by keeping your photo studio stocked with leopard print backdrops, random wagon wheels, and those giant flashy umbrellas that make you see spots for days. Now that we’re all comfortable, let’s adjust the lighting, make sure the lens cap is off, and strike a pose for the Fine Print. You have to be an Eat24 member to use the weekly coupon (Glamour headshots are encouraged, but not required to apply). You can only use the coupon at restaurants that accept coupon codes (Chill, there are over 20,000 nationwide) and pay with Credit card or PayPal. The $3 value will be applied when you complete an order of $10 or more, so make sure you order enough for your craft service table. Finally, the code can only be used once and will expire on the 13th of January at midnight PST. OK, break’s over. It’s time for your close-up, Mr. Credit Card. So tilt your head slightly to the left, put your fist under your chin, and let’s make magic happen.

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