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Foursquare Discounts: Free Cupcake, Anyone?


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Foursquare, a location-based social networking app, has allowed businesses to offer freebees to attract new customers, and perks to attract loyal customers. And, while business participation is sparse in Honolulu, there are discounts to be found. Show the business your phone when you check in to save some bucks.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro
2201 Kalakaua Ave., Waikiki
Receive a free appetizer with a purchase of any two entrees, every time you check in. No other discounts apply. One per table.

Olomana Golf Links
41-1801 Kalanianaole Highway
Get a free bucket of balls every time you check in.

Hokulani Bake Shop
Restaurant Row, 500 Ala Moana Blvd. Or, 900 Fort Street Mall (Pioneer Plaza)—if they have mini-cupcakes, they said.
Newbie Special: Get a free mini cupcake with your first check in (check-in must be shared on your Facebook page).

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
319 Lexington Boulevard
Newbie Special: 50% off Aviator’s Tour when you check-in (limit 1 per person with purchase of general admission).

Plumeria Beach House
5000 Kahala Ave.
Show your server you’ve checked in for Plumeria Beach House’s Happy Hour (3 p.m. - 7 p.m. Fri & Sat) and receive a complimentary Happy Hour appetizer of your choice with purchase. Limit 1 appetizer per table.

Sketchers Outlet
94-792 Lumaina St., Waikele.
Check-in and get $5 off your purchase of $50 or more. Or, become the mayor and get 15% off your purchases. (In Foursquare, a business’s most frequent visitor is dubbed, “the mayor.”)

American Eagle Outfitters
98-1005 Moanalua Rd.
Check-in and unlock 15% off discount towards your next merchandise purchase. Limit one per customer. 1 code/purchase.


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