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Book & Dine with Any Restaurant before 31/10 & Earn 10,000 Points (= $20 Voucher for Future Booking at Select Locations) @ Dimmi

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DIMMIDAYS

Guess what. You can earn 10,000 bonus Dimmi Rewards Points* when you book and dine between October 15th to October 31st 2018!

That’s right, 10,000 Bonus Rewards Points! That’s equal to a $20 Dimmi restaurant voucher that you can use for a future booking (*at selected restaurants). All you need to do is enter the promo code DIMMIDAYS at checkout. It's that easy.

Please note that each user can only use the promo code once and that it is not transferable and not available in conjunction with any other offer.

Points will be credited after the promotion period is over on the 05/11/18.

T&C's here

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    So is this $20 of the next booking or the current one?

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    Anyone can clarify if it can be used for 50% off offer? Cannot rem if it works last time

    • +2 votes

      From what i remember last time using the promo, you couldn't use it with a 50% flash offer. However, it could be used with a generic offer, for e.g. "50%/40%/30% off food for the next xx diners".

  • +3 votes

    Can you use it with an existing $20 off dimmi voucher?

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    I just made a booking for a 50% off food deal and added the code. The booking is showing just the standard points in my booking list, so likely not stacking with 50% off. Will only know after the meal.

    • +1 vote

      if it went through, it may work! the bonus 10k points get credited only on the 5th nov.

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      Last time this promo ran, the booking showed no info about the extra points and just got added after the promo finished.

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    Wait there’s no min spend on this and also how many can you claim?

    • +3 votes

      Clearly you didn't bother reading the OP …

      Please note that each user can only use the promo code once and that it is not transferable and not available in conjunction with any other offer.

    • +9 votes

      No min spend listed, and says "each user can only use the promo code once".

      The problem that I have with these dimmi offers is that:
      * there is a fairly restricted list of locations where the $20 voucher can be redeemed
      * those restaurants usually (but not always) tend to be pricier restaurants
      * those restaurants often restrict the times (e.g. not valid at lunch when quieter and there are lunch specials, only valid at dinner times)
      * Often the included restaurants will have other offers (e.g. entertainment book or Citibank dining) which give better value / lower overall bill
      * You can only use one $20 voucher at once, even if you have enough for multiples (e.g. dimmi used to have $50 vouchers as well as the $20 vouchers, but no longer)

      As a consequence of the above, I personally find the dimmi vouchers/points somewhat hard to redeem. Accumulating them is pretty easy though.

  • +3 votes

    I've found some restaurants to have "dimmi specific" menus that are more expensive. Try and avoid these restaurants if you can.

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      How do you identify them?

      • +8 votes

        Probably from reviews if possible…otherwise sometimes if I book for something I don't let them know that I'm a dimmi customer until paying.
        I remember I went to Luyu & Yum Yum in Newtown and they asked directly if I had a dimmi booking (50% off), the menu items were exactly the same as the normal menu but priced almost double…worst dimmi experience.

        • +1 vote

          Wow, price-jacking in restaurants!

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          Most of the restaurants should already know as soon as you refer to your booking.

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            @gmail92: Yeah, during busy times it's difficult but if going at a quiet time it's easy to just "not mention your booking". What I do is I just walk in and say table for how many and dine…personally haven't been refused discount yet.

        • +9 votes

          I experienced something similar at Estivo, Kew and it was rather humiliating. They identified that we had a dimmi booking and then gave us "special" menus (just laminated printouts that were peeling away) while the other tables had rich and authentic menus.

          I asked about this when they finally decided to serve our table and was told that is how it will be since we were booked for 50% off. Apart from having far fewer options, they also jacked the prices. When asked to explain, restaurant staff said prawns were expensive and they couldn't afford to serve at 50% off usual prices! Whats makes this even more special is that my table was completely vegetarian, and this was noted in the bookiing itself.

          Took photos of the special menu and sent them to dimmi the next day, they just said they are sorry and offered some points. Unfortunately nothing can be done about the evening or the regrettable experience.

          Those points are harder to utilize than I'd imagined!

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP. HAPPYDAYS!

  • +3 votes

    I tried to use the $20 dimmi voucher once and restaurant had no idea what I was talking about.

    • +5 votes

      The restaurant I booked (Taxi Kitchen in Melbourne, shame on you) conveniently left off the $20 voucher discount. Since I booked it ages in advance, I had forgotten myself. A previous time I wanted to use my voucher, I booked, and I wanted to amend the time on the booking but it didn't let me amend - but it made me cancel and rebook. I lost the voucher as a result as well.

      I don't think I have ever successfully cashed in on the Dimmi voucher. Takes persistence and vigilance beyond my capabilities.

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    Is the $20 voucher only apply to certain of the restaurants but not all?

    • +1 vote

      Yes. Only some restaurants take those vouchers. They are listed when you go and redeem the voucher. From my last experience about 5 months ago, the options available in Sydney is quite okay but no where near the full Dimmi list

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    thanks op got my 10k . now how does it work so if you redeem the voucher against a listed restaurant do they know about it in advance or do you get a voucher for them to scan when you you go to pay the total at the register? i dont want to have to argue with clueless staff. btw do dimmi points expire? if so when and how do you avoid this happening?

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      You can book the 20 voucher on the dimmi selected restaurants (when you go to redeem under rewards) and once you have booked the restaurant should know in advance you are claiming the voucher so they will usually always deduct the $20 (thats what happened for the 2 times i redeemed)

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