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| How Can You Get Free Stuff At Your Favorite Restaurants?

Zev Stub    
Sunday, 22 April 11:20 PM

ComeAgain allows you to discover great new restaurants and businesses around Israel, and to get free stuff at your favorite places! 

On your first visit with the app, you'll get a gift for using the app. Then, when you fill up your rewards card, you'll get a BIGGER gift. It's time to get rewarded for being a loyal customer!

Here are some of the restaurants currently offering rewards. We'll be adding more in the coming weeks:

Hatch - Handcrafted Sausages and Beers in Machane Yehuda (haEgoz 28):

First Visit: Free small beer with purchase of NIS 50. 

5th Visit: Free beer or Sausage

Corky  - The Best in Kosher Wine (Azza 18):

First visit: Free coffee or tea with purchase

10th visit: Free tasting tray of four wines

Muffin Boutique - Montreal bagels and healthy muffins (Ben Yehuda 16)

First Visit: Free muffin with purchase

10th visit: Free shake/ muffin/ bagel  

Roasters  - Specialty coffee locally roasted (HaAfarsek 20) 

First visit: Free chaser with purchase

10th Visit: Free coffee 

Nagila  - Your healthy vegan choice (Baruchov 5, off Agrippas) 

First visit: Free coffee or tea (no purchase needed)

5th visit: Free dessert 

Kos Shel Bracha  - Your friendly neighborhood wine shop (Lamed Hey 16)

First visit: Free wine glass

10th visit: Free bottles of wine, up to NIS 65! 

Check out the app for other venues. Click here to download it.



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