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All participating restaurants should have a green sticker on their window that states they are a Foodie Card member. If you are unsure, please click here.
Absolutely not. The Foodie Card holder must be present. Restaurants will make sure the Foodie Card member is at the table whether it's by matching a drivers license or a credit card.
It's $29.99 a year.
For every card purchased, Foodie Card donates 5% of the sale to Island Harvest. That is enough to give 1 person an entire day of meals (including breakfast, lunch and dinner).
Please click here to request a replacement card.
Please click here to submit a restaurant.
Neil Foster started the Tri-State Restaurant Club in 2015 and also co-founded Foodie Card.
It usually takes 7-10 business days.
Please click here to file a complaint.
No, as of now, Foodie Card only works when are you eating at the restaurant.
A restaurant has the right to refuse a Foodie Card on the following holidays: Christmas Eve, Easter, Father's Day, Mother's Day, New Year's Eve, Thanksgiving Eve, Valentine's Day
Only one card can be applied per bill.
Yes, the maximum that can be saved in $100.
No, the Foodie Card cannot be combined with other coupons.
Nothing – just sit back and relax. You're all set. We'll send you an email a week before and again at least 24 hours before notifying you that the credit card on file will be charged a renewal fee of $29.99 (plus tax).
Very similar to the expiration question above. Foodie Card prides itself on transparency which is why we notify the customer a week before and again 24 hours before the actual renewal charge of $29.99 (plus tax). Please know that we do not automatically renew – we email twice before a renewal should occur, and all that needs to happen to cancel a renewal is an email to email@example.com. As always, we donate a full day of meals to those less fortunate through our partnership with Island Harvest.