expired Book & Dine with Any Restaurant on Dimmi before March 31st and Earn 10,000 Rewards Points (= $20 Voucher)

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DIMMIDAYS

Fancy getting $20 off your next restaurant bill? Just book & dine with any restaurant on Dimmi before March 31st and earn 10,000 Rewards points. That's right, book & dine using the promo code DIMMIDAYS and $20 will be yours to spend at select leading restaurants!

Please note that this offer is not valid on flash offers and can only be used once per diner. View T&Cs.

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  • +19 votes

    Dammit, I was seconds away from posting.

    Well anyway, here is what I wrote in the description if it's helpful:


    Dimmi is offering 10,000 points (normally 2,000) which is good for a $20 voucher at a number of restaurants around Australia. Pretty simple really, just book any restaurant and put in the coupon code. If you are going out to eat anyway, may as well collect the extra points.

    Only available once per account.

    The $20 voucher can be spent at select restaurants. There is a full list once you log into your account. E.G for Melbourne there is over 100+ venues (e.g. OzBargain Melbourne faves: Criniti's, Fratelli Fresh etc.)

    Anyway, I end up using Dimmi, then I forget about the points and lose them all. At least with the full 10,000 won't have the problem

    T&Cs

    • -19 votes

      where is your upvote :)

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        Last time made booking thru Dimmi and guess what ? the restaurant said we didn't make booking, so nothing happen and find out after few days, another time of writing reviews and booking earn you points for vouchers, nothing happen for me, good luck if you did get something.

        My points always like 500~1000 points before I can score a voucher but never go pass it, so fake to me.

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    Dang! Made a booking with Dimmi last night!

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    It says 1000pts pending after I booked, even though I popped in the promo code. It is associated with the meat and wine co complimentary bottle of wine though. Is this normal?

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    is the 50% off deal considered a flash offer or can we stack the deals?!

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      Yes, I think those would be, since the flash offers come through on Tuesday every week, and those were released then.

  • +2 votes

    This is a good deal, but I find since Dimmi watered down the office to 2000 points so you need to go to 5 restaurants to get a $20 voucher (which only works in a few places) that I prefer to just book on Qantas restaurants instead.

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    Great deal. Does anyone know if you can stack with the entertainment book?
    I'm always too scared to book with dimmi in case they won't let me use the ent book (and I prefer the discount over the dimmi points hehe).TIA!

  • +1 vote

    Never heard of this site. Was pleasantly surprised to see so many restaurants in Hobart. Pity I never go out for dinner.

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    Can you stack coupons?

  • +3 votes

    In the absence of a special offer such as this one I can't see why anyone would use this site to book, rather than with the restaurant directly.

    It has very little upside, and allows Dimmi to build a profile of your dining habits, even banning you if you forget to cancel a booking (one of the touted benefits for restaurant owners). They want your data. Beware your privacy, for those who still care about it.

    • +1 vote

      I only use it when there's an offer e.g. 40-50% off. Otherwise I rarely book.

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      You don't have to use your personal details, you can use a pseudonym. Points are points, after all. :)

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      I don't see the upside other than privacy (if that is even a positive) and not getting banned for forgetting to cancel.

      I hope you don't have a Qantas Frequent Flyer/Velocity/FlyBuys account then, because they're all about user data.

      Don't forget that user data can (hopefully should) result in a win-win situation though - they get info about what like and can thus tailor new products/services/partnerships to us. I don't think the whole privacy thing is anywhere near as beneficial as you make it seem.

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    I booked, used promo code… i dont see my point… do i have to do something after i eat there? How does dimmi know i actually ate there after i booked?

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      "Points will be credited after the promotion period is over on the 04/04/17" https://www.dimmi.com.au/links/terms-and-conditions-claim-a-...

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      I booked, used promo code, dined and reviewed. I received 1000 points for booking with a pending 1000 points for my review. I'm waiting until after the 4th April to contact them to see if they credit me with the additional 9000 points. I'm also hanging on to my receipt and booking confirmation screen shot which has the 10,000 points noted.

      It's up to the restaurant to let Dimmi know if a customer is a no-show, otherwise it seems as if it's taken for granted that you dined. I had requests from Dimmi for my review via SMS and email an hour after I got home.

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    But does the special like 50% or 25% come off your bill at the restaurant?

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      Some people have had the discount automatically added but I've made 2 booking with discounts (50% & 20%) and have had to remind them after getting the bill. I just said, "I'm supposed to get the Dimmi ___% discount?". It was painless, they were apologetic and took care of it immediately with no attitude.

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    "not available in conjunction with any other offer" - So that includes points you already have if you use them to redeem a voucher to then use in combo with this?

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    not valid for flash offers. So the 50% off deals are not valid for this?

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      I will find out once the promotional period is over (April 4), because I booked at a place with 50% off and dined there tonight.

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        You can email admin@dimmi.com.au with your booking reference # and your enquiry. They will check whether the DIMMIDAYS code has been applied.

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          Oh nah I know I applied it. I just don't know whether it will qualify for the 10k points seeing as they say excluded "flash offers".

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          @illumination: Oh, I understand you applied it. I did, too, but once I saw there were questions about it, I wondered if my 20% off food offer would disqualify the 10K points because the T&Cs didn't spell it out directly. Anyway, they got back to me and I like that I have it in writing without having to wait until the promotion is over. That way, I had time to hit a local spot with no discount and spend less than $20 to get the points.

          I still don't know if they're just going to add 8K to my account or the full 10K points or what. That I'm willing to do a wait and see about.

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          @eyeballz2770: Ah yes ok. That's a good idea actually. I'm too lazy. Seeing as you got it in writing I'm willing to bank on that being applied consistently, so that I should receive it too!

    • +1 vote

      Sorry it's taken me a while to get back.

      Just checked. Got 10k points for a booking I made at a 50% off place!
      And I even got the 1k points for the booking itself. That's not bad..

      edit: Oh actually it seems I got the additional 1k for reviewing. For the booking itself, I got the 10k as expected.

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