Pittsburgh Dining Cards Offer Delicious Alternative to Groupon and Entertainment Coupon Books
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Hungry Pittsburghers now have an easier way to save money on dining out with Pittsburgh Dining Cards (www.pittsburghdiningcards.com). With one 52-card deck of Pittsburgh Dining Cards, diners can deal themselves more than $500 worth of savings at 52 local restaurants, cafes and eateries such as Atria’s, The Boulevard, The Carlton, Common Plea, Nine on Nine, Pasqualino’s, Saga Habachi and StonePeppers. Pittsburgh Dining Cards are the perfect stocking stuffer for people who dine at premiere Pittsburgh area restaurants.
Every one of the 50 Pittsburgh Dining Cards is a $10 gift certificate off a purchase of $30 or more (not including tax, tip or alcohol), and two wildcards are good for food and drink freebies for additional savings. Card decks retail for just $20 each and it takes a diner just two visits to get his money’s worth. With 52 weeks in a year, and 52 cards in a deck, Pittsburgh Dining Cards is simply the most delicious gift you can give your special someone this holiday season and one that tastes great all year long. There are no blackout dates and cards are valid until December 31, 2012. In addition, one dollar per deck sold will be donated to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation (http://tinyurl.com/425hmdx).
“Pittsburghers hungry to satisfy their appetite for an easier way to save money while eating out will eat up Pittsburgh Dining Cards,” said Lisa Stefanie, Pittsburgh Dining Card spokesperson. “Pittsburgh Dining Cards help local family owned and operated restaurants efforts to get customers in the door, help customers save money and help support the sole fundraising arm of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC (http://www.chp.edu/CHP/Home).”
ABOUT PITTSBURGH DINING CARDS
City Dining Cards was founded in Buffalo, NY in 2010 by a group of five hungry graphic designers who set out to put their spin on the tired, worn-out restaurant coupon. In October 2011, Pittsburgh Dining Cards were introduced in Western Pennsylvania. Other markets include Boston, Indianapolis, Phoenix and Rochester. In every Pittsburgh Dining Card deck, diners will find $10 gift certificates to 50 premiere locally owned operated restaurants two freebie food and/or drink cards with no purchases required, a restaurant list card of all the participating eateries, and a charity card describing a one dollar per deck donation to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation (http://tinyurl.com/425hmdx). For more information, visit www.pittsburghdiningcards.com or call 716.639.0717.
Media Contacts: Lisa Stefanie, City Synergy Stephen Wayhart, BrandMill firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; 716.639.0717 412.401.0555
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