Skip to content – 80% off Gift Certificates

October 30, 2009


This is legit!  Last year I went to Las Vegas and ate at Envy Steakhouse with some good friends.  One of my friends bought a $50 gift card online for $2.  The only catches were that we had to order at least $100 worth of food and that alcohol could not be included in the $100.  So we ordered, ate some great Bone-in Rib Eye Steaks and used our $50 gift card.  To my amazement, the waiter didn’t reject our gift card and deducted $50 off our bill just like that!

There are a bunch of crappy restaurants that you can choose from but also a few awesome ones!  I personally bought gift cards to a couple restaurants in Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas (Strip Steak and Aureole) and a small restaurant in Santa Ana called “Jason’s Place” I’ve heard was really good.  The best thing to do is run a search on for participating restaurants in your area (or an area you’ll be vacationing to soon) and use to check them out.

Add the gift certificates to your cart and use the coupon code TREATS when you check out to get an additional 80% off their already discounted price.  Enjoy!  RESTAURANT.COM


Samsung TV Deal + Nintendo Wii or Netbook!

September 1, 2009

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Great deal on Samsung TV’s (via

Amazon has a few new coupons for Samsung HDTVs with some of them also stackable with the free Nintendo Wii or Asus 1005HA Netbook with purchase.

Discount will be applied at the final stage of checkout before submitting the order. All items must be purchased from Amazon, and not third-party sellers to qualify.

Available models

JetBlue – All You Can Jet for $599!

August 20, 2009

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I personally am all travelled out after spending days on the plane from LA to Africa and back.  But this deal definitely caught my attention.  I didn’t have time to read into it until recently and found this deal to be pretty legit.  For $599, you can purchase an “all you can jet” pass and fly to the many locations JetBlue flies to in the US and Internationally (International fees and taxes may apply but no additional taxes for domestic flights).  The only snag (which really isn’t a snag) is that you must book 3 days in advance and cancel flights 3 days in advance as well.  If you don’t show or cancel less than 3 days in advance, you’ll be assessed a $100 fee.  If you’ve got the time and desire to travel to places like NYC, Boston, Las Vegas, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, etc. this should be a no brainer for you.  Here’s the LINK.  Deal ends Friday, Aug 21st.

Back from the Travels!

August 18, 2009

After a few weeks of travel, I am back scouring the web for a deal worth mentioning.  You can expect some soon.  Also, would love it if DopeDeals could feature some other bloggers.  If you have a blog or would like to post something on this site, let me know by leaving a comment!

Toms Shoes – One for One

June 11, 2009

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TOMS Shoes was founded by Blake Mycoskie, an American traveler who befriended children in Argentina and saw that they had no shoes for their feet.  He created a company with a simple philosophy, One for One.  For every shoe purchased, one pair would also be donated to a child in need.  Since TOMS started, they’ve supplied over 140,000 shoes to those in need.  How awesome is that!  They’ve been all over the media as an example of creative social entrepeneurship.  What if all businesses were run that way?  I wonder how different the world would be…

7 For All Mankind “Private Sale”

June 11, 2009

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Now, before you start your judging, don’t get me wrong.  I personally am not into high fashion nor am I an advocate for designer anything (the only 7 jeans I have, I purchased in Thailand for $20 after much haggling. Now that’s a DopeDeal!!).  But this is a pretty good deal for those who are.  I looked through this “Private Sale” and I see things over 50% off.  Must be a sign of the times.  Out of all the crazy jeans I see out on the market these days, I think I prefer 7’s designs because they don’t seem to over do it.  The cuts are comfortable and the washes and stitching aren’t too flamboyant.  Enjoy!

Here’s the LINK.

For those who aren’t into designer stuff.  Check out my next post!

Vizio – 47in 120hz 1080p LCD HDTV

May 21, 2009

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Regular Price:  $1399 + Tax

Deal Price: $1048 + Tax

This one is for you, the budget shoppers, who don’t really nitpick at all the techincal details and who care very little for nuances in picture no matter how much a techie would argue with you.  Costco and Sams Club have this set for 1048+tax (In Store Only).  Its got the 120hz like a lot of the higher-end LCDs and the picture quality is decent.  It’s not my favorite pick but its pretty good bang-for-the-buck which makes this a DopeDeal.  Just head down to your local Costco or Samsclub!