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One of the areas that I know I’ll never totally be able to cut out is eating at restaurants.  This has become one of the things my family does together as a special treat. Although I know I could drastically reduce our spending each month if we were to cut this out, I also know that it is something my family and I are willing to sacrifice in other areas in order to continue be able to go out together for a meal once in a while.

I’ve share with you before Five Ways to Save on Your Restaurant Bill.

Well today I want to share another way you can save with Plink!

Plink is a reward program that pays you to eat and shop at your favorite stores and restaurants.

Join Plink and earn Cash & Rewards from Amazon, iTunes, Home Depot, ect.  just for eating and shopping at some of your favorite stores and restaurants.

You’ll earn rewards at more than 35,000 locations nation-wide, and it is completely Free to join.

Your account is safe with Plink. I checked it out and they use bank-level encryption to secure our communications. The system only scans your transactional data to track your purchases so that we can award you when you make a qualified transaction. Your personal information is never sold or shared in any way.

So if like me you are going to go out to eat (or shop) anyway, why not earn something for doing so?  I am thinking of saving up the gift cards I earn to use as Christmas gifts this year.

Join Plink FREE here!

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About Kristie Sawicki

Kristie Sawicki is the author of Saving Dollars and Sense, where she blogs about Money Saving Ideas and Frugal Living Tips, as well the Best Coupons, Deals and Freebies around. You can connect with Kristie Sawicki on Google+ and on the Saving Dollars and Sense Facebook page.

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  1. I started to sign up, but then got worried because they were asking for my personal account login info instead of just my credit card info. I don’t understand how that can be safe?

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