dealsred lobster $10 off two lobsterfest entrees

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I'll have two lobsterfests please!

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You can also get a coupon for a free appetizer or dessert (up to $12.99) w/the purchase of two entrees if you sign up for their club. You cannot use both coupons at the same time, though.

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Just tried this, coupon printed so small it's almost illegible, and highly doubt the barcode will work. Anyone else have this problem or know a solution?

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@nflemming2004: Worked fine for me. Printed out regular coupon size.

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how much is the "lobsterfest" thing?

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I've never been to a Red Lobster; is it good or just decent? Is the seafood fresh or previously frozen?

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@thewronggrape: It is neither good nor decent. It is reasonably edible. If you want quality seafood, go somewhere else. All their lobsters are farmed lobsters, and they're the less desirable rock lobsters unless explicitly labelled on the menu as Maine lobsters.

The positives of Red Lobster are a very well-priced menu and pretty good service. I'd compare it to an Olive Garden, but with seafood (no surprise the chains are actually owned by the same people).

I go there maybe once a year at most, only for the Endless Shrimp promotion. Not because the shrimp is particularly good, but just because sometimes I have a desire to fill myself with shrimp till I'm about to burst :)

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The best and cheapest lobster will always be sold fresh on dock in New England... however, if you are landlubber who resides in the mid-west (like myself), almost all your seafood will have been previously frozen so a coupon like this can be nice.

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@nflemming2004: I have had a similar problem for a different coupon; turned out to be my printer settings. Hope this helps!