Zagat: How to Eat for Less With Dining Rewards Programs

Sign up to become a “BOKXstar” at the American restaurant in Newton’s Hotel Indigo, and you’ll have access to a $29.95 nightly tasting menu that is available only to program participants.

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How to Eat for Less With Dining Rewards Programs

By Scott Kearnan

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You’ve seen them at your local sub shop: Wallet-sized cards prepared to be riddled with punch holes and promising offers of “Buy 5 subs, get a free Coke!” Or maybe “Order eight espresso drinks, get a ninth for free!” Rewards programs can be nice, but most of the time they’re reserved for hole-in-the-wall pizza joints – or places you’d rather not frequent. But we found a few elevated options around town that offer similar ideas with finer food as the bait. Pledge allegiance to these loyalty programs. 

BOKX 109Sign up to become a “BOKXstar” at the American restaurant in Newton’s Hotel Indigo, and you’ll have access to a $29.95 nightly tasting menu that is available only to program participants. And there are a few other bells and whistles: like invitations to special wine tastings and entries to “staycation” sweepstakes.