Seated App: 50% Rebate At All Massachusetts Restaurants In November

Seated has teamed up with restaurants in Massachusetts to offer a 50% rebate on any restaurant bill Monday through Friday for the month of November!

Support your local restaurants with the “Eat Out to Help Out MA” initiative!

What is the Seated App?

If you’re new to this site or haven’t heard about the Seated app, I rank it as the best rewards app for food.

You’ll get 20% to 40% back just for taking a picture of your food receipt. You can dine in, order for take-out, or have food delivered to your door. It doesn’t matter with Seated! You’ll earn rewards regardless of how you get your food.

You can read my Seated review or sign up through my link for a $25 bonus.

Seated “Eat Out To Help Out MA” Offer

Approximately 20% of of restaurants in Massachusetts have closed permanently due to the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic and The Pioneer Institute predicts that that the state’s restaurant industry will lose $2.13 billion by the end of 2020.

In response, Seated has teamed up with the Massachusetts Restaurant Association to launch a campaign called “Eat Out To Help Out MA”, where you’ll get a 50% rebate on any restaurant bill Monday through Friday in the month of November.

Seated "Eat Out To Help Out" campaign
(Image from Seated)

“Eat Out to Help Out MA” is completely free for both Massachusetts restaurants and residents to participate. To take advantage of the rebates, download the Seated app to discover participating restaurants, make a reservation, and submit a photo of their receipt within the app to claim their rebate after their meal.

Seated 50% rebate promotion in Massachusetts
(Screenshot from Seated)

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The Bottom Line

This is a great opportunity to support your local restaurants going through a very difficult time.

If you can dine out safely, this gives you a chance to be budget conscious while providing an extra tip to the staff at your favorite local restaurant.

About John Pham

John Pham is a personal finance expert, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Money Ninja. He has also been fortunate enough to have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and U.S. News & World Report. John has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Masters in Business Administration, both from the University of New Hampshire.

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