Free $10 Bridgewater Falls Gift Card WYB a $50 Gift Card

Woo Hoo!!  My favorite Holiday Gift Card Promotion from last year is back!!

Get a Free $10 Bridgewater Falls Promotional Card with every $50 gift card purchase! They can be used at any Bridgewater Falls restaurant or store except Fed Ex. Maximize your savings by using them along with coupons at places like Target or Bed, Bath & Beyond. Combine them with Kids Eat Free days at Chili's or Max & Erma's to save even more.

This offer is valid through December 23, 2011. The $10 promotional card will expire 90 days after activation. Gift cards are available in any amount from $5 to $500. A $3 $1 (just found out this has been lowered!) activation fee will be charged per card purchased.  The Free Bonus cards will not be charged an activation fee.  Purchase them at the management office right behind Books-A-Million Monday – Friday from 10am-6pm & Saturdays from 12pm-5pm. Both the Free $10 gift card and the $50 card can be used right away.

Find other Cincinnati Gift Card Deals and National Gift Card Deals too!

by Savings Lifestyle: Becky on November 21, 2011


  • Jamie - November 22, 2011 @ 10:15 am

    so there is a $3 activation fee changed on the free $10 giftcard as well as the gift cards purchased?

    • Savings Lifestyle: Becky - November 23, 2011 @ 5:11 pm

      No the activation charge is only on the cards you purchase not the bonus card. Plus I just found out when I bought one myself that they have lowered the fee to $1 per card. It is charged per card purchased and cards can be purchased in any increment up to $500. HTH!!

  • Kris - December 04, 2011 @ 7:46 pm

    Sounds great, but watch out there is also a monthly fee – explained on the BM Falls website. So it would be OK if you are getting ready to spend it right then!

    • Savings Lifestyle: Becky - December 04, 2011 @ 8:13 pm

      The back of the card states that a $2.50 monthly fee will be charged after on the 1st day after 1 year of inactivity. I know I will not have a year go by that I don’t use the card but it definitely is something to be aware of.

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