Thursday, March 23, 2006

I Forgot To Tell You About The Free Food

About year ago, our next door neighbor, E., Queen of All Bargain Hunters, told David and me about this deal where your family can eat out at restaurants and receive cash in return. We're always suspicious when someone says that we can get money for doing basically nothing, but E. promised us that it was a legitimate deal.

And you know what? She was right!

So if you live in an area with most of the major restaurants, and if you're interested, go to Mystery Guest, Inc., to sign up. In our case they contacted us about a week after we registered with our first dining "assignment." You go to the restaurant they've selected at a pre-determined time, order your food, pay for it, come home, fill out an internet survey about the restaurant, and about a month later, you get a check for $35. That's it, more or less.

Yesterday we ate at The Cheesecake Factory for Mystery Guest, and while it isn't my favorite restaurant because it's essentially an overpriced sandwich shop with hunks of cheesecake on the side, I certainly didn't mind having supper there in the name of consumer research. Our neighbors ate at Bahama Breeze a few weeks it's not like you're going to be asked to head down to the corner gas station and sample corn dog nuggets.

Just thought I'd pass along the info.


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