Long Island Restaurants Giving Away Bonus Gift Cards

Gift card bonuses have become a yearly holiday tradition for many restaurants, and this year Long Island’s list of restaurants giving away free bonus gift cards with every gift card purchase has grown. And while gift cards were once considered impersonal, last-minute gifts, now they’ve become guilt-free passes allowing your friends and family to buy what they like, when they’d like. Because if you don’t use it, you lose it. It’s a beautiful thing. Here are the restaurants offering holiday gift card bonuses for 2012.

Applebee’s (Multiple Locations)—$10 for every $50
Benihana (Manhasset, Westbury)—$10 for every $50
Blackstone Steakhouse (Melville)—$50 for every $300
California Pizza Kitchen (Multiple Locations)—$20 for every $100
Carrabba’s (Smithtown)—$20 for every $100
Cheesecake Factory (Multiple Locations)—Free slice for every $25
Chili’s (Multiple Locations)—Save 10 percent on $100 or more
Finnegan’s (Huntington)— $20 for every $100
Insignia (Smithtown) —$50 for every $300
Library Café (Farmingdale) —$20 for every $100
Maxwell’s (Islip)— $20 for every $100
Mirabelle Tavern (Stony Brook)—$20 for every $100
Morton’s Steakhouse (Great Neck)—$50 for every $250
Nisen Sushi (Commack, Woodbury)—$25 for $250; $75 for $500; 200 for $1,000
Outback Steakhouse (Multiple Locations)—$20 for every $100
The Palm (East Hampton)—$50 for every $250
Post Office Café (Babylon)— $20 for every $100
Rare 650 (Syosset)—$50 for every $300
Red Robin (Carle Place)—$5 for $25 or 20 percent discount on $500 or more
Restaurant Mirabelle (Stony Brook) —$20 for every $100
Ruby Tuesday (Multiple Locations)—$15 for every $50
Ruth’s Chris (Garden City)—10 percent bonus for $250 or more
T.G.I. Friday’s (Multiple Locations)—$5 for every $25
View (Oakdale) —$20 for every $100

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