I recently went over my bank statement from last year, just to see how much I was spending on eating out, and the amount, I will admit, was atrocious. It's just so easy to swing into a restaurant and get food on the go, or to have delivered after you've been out so long for a scheduled activity (sports practices, music lessons, etc.)...that we swiftly made it our norm. While that might not change on some of those days (it's too late after some of them to come home and cook), the one thing that will change is I will be reeling it in and not doing it so often, and I will be checking sites like Hungry House to see where I can find savings if I'm ordering in or picking food up to go.
In addition to instant savings through instant coupons and such, Hungry House also offers other ways to save. You can join the rewards plan, for instance, and if you snag the deal they have up right now you can receive 50% off your 6th order when you book the same restaurant with their Reward Stamps. OR you could get 20% off of your first order, which would be great to get delivery from your favorite restaurant or could be a good incentive to try a new one! They even have savings on take-out...so if you're like us and prone to ordering pizza or if you're like my grown children and prone to stopping to pick up Chinese food to take home, there's savings for that too!
With New Year's Eve coming up very rapidly, a lot of us are going to be ordering in. What better way to jump start your new year saving goals than to start doing so now? This UK based platform is designed for ordering takeaway food online. Search your favorite restaurants or the type of food you are in the mood for, and instantly be linked with a large number of options in your area to choose from... it's easy, fast and the app you download to use it is free. I think this kind of service is taking off big for a good reason. Smart shoppers are all about quality, quantity and value. Hungry Home offers all of the above, and more! Visit the site today to see what all the hubbub is about. I bet you'll be glad that you did.
Happy eating, and happy savings, folks!