The Cheesecake Factory Is Giving a $15 Gift Card When You Buy a Gift Card

Set yourself up with a free meal by planning ahead.

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Photo courtesy of The Cheesecake Factory
Photo courtesy of The Cheesecake Factory

There are plenty of reasons to buy a gift card right now. Sure, it's not the holidays, but we're on the brink of Mother's Day, Father's Day, and graduation season.

The selfish little voice in the back of your head should be quite pleased with that situation. That's because any time you need gift cards is probably a time when restaurants are going to give you a little bonus for buying one. The Cheesecake Factory is offering a free $15 gift card when you buy a $50 gift card. 

This is about as straightforward as deals get. Spend $50 or more on a gift card online, and you'll get an e-Bonus Card (that's what The Cheesecake Factory is calling it) worth $15. Unlike many similar deals, the bonus card doesn't expire. You can use it whenever you want. 

Not only can you buy a gift for someone else to get a little bonus for yourself, if you're a big cheesecake fan, you could plan ahead for your own benefit. Drop $50 on a card for yourself, and you'll wind up with $65 to spend on dessert and those new entrées. It's basically like throwing a free slice of cheesecake on a couple of meals.

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Here's our huuuuuuuge running list of all the free food you can get right now, as well as the best pizza dealsreward programs, birthday freebiesgift card offersdeals on food for kids, food delivery offers, and alcohol delivery deals you'll find. If you want a little more than, say a free taco, we also have you covered with a long list of meals you can get at fast food chains under $5. You're welcome.

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