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E-coupons: Print out and pig out 


Sure, the Internet is a great place to shop for books and computers and stuff, but what about when you leave the house and eat?

The "Food" section of Orlando Saving (www.orlandosaving.com) offers 50 percent off an entree at Passage to India in Kissimmee and 10 percent off the bill at ChevyÃ?s in Lake Buena Vista. I Bid USA (www.ibidusa.com/coupons/flrestaurants.htm) has click-and-print coupons for half-price price appetizers at Cafe Tu Tu Tango, a 10 percent cut at Cedars on Sand Lake Road and 15 percent off, including drinks, at Concha Me Crazy.

Gamblers among us can head for eBay and bid on "gift certificates," but those in the know surf to Restaurant.com (www.restaurant.com/orlando.html) where a $25 coupon toward dinner at Maison & Jardin, Mia Francesca in MetroWest or Thai Passion on Sand Lake Road can be had for $12.50.


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