There’s a concerning story about Entertainment Book coupons on Richmond.com:
“Restaurant Owner Warns Customers Not to Buy ‘Fake’ Coupon”
Kendra Feather, who owns several local restaurants including Garnett’s, discovered that Entertainment had an unauthorized “buy one menu item, get one free” printable coupon for Garnett’s Cafe on its website. When she contacted Entertainment, she was shown the contract “she” had signed – but the name signed appears to be “Candra Sether.”
Entertainment is apologetic and investigating the matter, and said the coupon is being removed from the site (it was still available at 8:12 p.m. last night, as you can see by my phone screen shot above). This is not in the 2014 books, just online.
While this is the exception, not the rule, it’s a good reminder why it’s important to mention the coupon you plan on using at the beginning of a meal! I have heard similar issues with Restaurant.com, that restaurants who at one time agreed to be listed on the site were unable to get their coupons removed later.