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Vegas tix4tonight dinner discount

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Saw at the Tix4tonight website that there are some participating restaurants for which you can, for a small reservation fee, receive some kind of dinner discounts. Has anyone used this service?

Looking for info re: How much the fee is and what kind of discounts are offered. $2 off the chicken? 50% off a second entree? There are 4 of us going and I expect to pick up the dinner tab a couple of times so wouldn't mind enjoying some savings. I see that the list of participating restaurants includes places we'd be going to anyway such as Emeril's, Buzios and Binions.

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