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Giveaway time! We’re always happy to surprise random readers with prizes. I hope you win! This week we’re giving away $200 in OpenTable gift cards.
With OpenTable you can make online reservations at over 31,000 restaurants around the world for free. And you can earn OpenTable rewards points, which can be redeemed for dining cheques that are good at any OpenTable restaurant.
If you find a restaurant that is also included in the Rewards Network program, this is a great opportunity for triple-dipping! You can get OpenTable points, up to 5X airline or hotel points from Rewards Network, and use your Chase Sapphire Preferred card get 2X Chase Ultimate Rewards per dollar.
You could also use your Chase Freedom card and get 5X Ultimate Rewards points when restaurants qualify for the quarterly spending bonus.
How to Enter:
1. Leave a Comment
Please leave ONE comment telling me how you choose restaurants when you’re traveling.
I’ll pick 1 commenter who will win a $100 OpenTable gift card after the drawing closes at 9:00 pm Central Time on Saturday, October 11, 2014 (today).
Don’t forget to include the hashtag “MMSOpenTableGiveaway”
I’ll pick 1 tweeter who will win another $100 OpenTable gift card after the drawing closes at 9:00 pm Central Time on October 11, 2014 (today).
Fine Print: The prizes are worth up to $200. I make the final determinations for the giveaway and there’s no appeal in the Million Mile Court. I’m not receiving compensation from OpenTable and I’m giving away OpenTable gift cards, so please don’t make this hard for me!
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