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Landry's Select FF program

Old Mar 30, 16, 8:49 am
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Landry's Select FF program

That's FF as in Frequent Feeder.

Is anyone here a Landry's member? http://www.landrysselect.com/

I heard about it a couple months ago at my local Morton's and began using it all over. I've been to about 4 Morton's around the country and one McCormick and Schmick's. They have a lot of other chains in their system. I've already earned $25 off my next meal after having this for a month.

It seems like a pretty good deal, but I've learned that some states don't allow points to be credited for alcohol. The state list in on their FAQ though.

The best part is that I really like Morton's and M&S restaurants as well as some of their other brands. So I'm earning points without really trying.
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Old Mar 30, 16, 9:55 am
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Originally Posted by stimpy View Post
That's FF as in Frequent Feeder.

Is anyone here a Landry's member? http://www.landrysselect.com/

I heard about it a couple months ago at my local Morton's and began using it all over. I've been to about 4 Morton's around the country and one McCormick and Schmick's. They have a lot of other chains in their system. I've already earned $25 off my next meal after having this for a month.

It seems like a pretty good deal, but I've learned that some states don't allow points to be credited for alcohol. The state list in on their FAQ though.

The best part is that I really like Morton's and M&S restaurants as well as some of their other brands. So I'm earning points without really trying.
Yes, been a member since they converted my Morton's VIP status. It's good, as long as you like their chains and don't mind the prices. I find the rewards to be pretty generous, as you indicated. I feel that I get $25 off or a free meal a couple of times a year. There was a M&S right across from my old office, and it was the "go to" place to interview candidates or for working lunches. I suppose that helped me accrue points a lot faster than I realized.

But I give it good marks. I don't have anything with which to compare it, though, as I am not a member of any similar programs.
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Old Mar 30, 16, 2:37 pm
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Originally Posted by dchristiva View Post
Yes, been a member since they converted my Morton's VIP status. It's good, as long as you like their chains and don't mind the prices. I find the rewards to be pretty generous, as you indicated. I feel that I get $25 off or a free meal a couple of times a year. There was a M&S right across from my old office, and it was the "go to" place to interview candidates or for working lunches. I suppose that helped me accrue points a lot faster than I realized.

But I give it good marks. I don't have anything with which to compare it, though, as I am not a member of any similar programs.
Same here. The birthday credit is particularly nice.
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Old May 31, 16, 11:00 pm
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I highly recommend signing up. You get a $25 credit as soon as you sign up so that pays for itself. The real bonus is not the credits earned from spend($25 for every $250) but the emails you get for the specials.

I signed up at Mortons and I routinely receive emails regarding the specials that are only for "preferred guests". The recent ones that come to mind were the 34.99 Halloween deal, various 49.99 deals and of course, the 34.99 for a 2lb Lobster deal.
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Old Jun 1, 16, 11:30 am
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I was a member of McCormick and Schmick's program and they transferred me over. I usually use it at the Oceanaire or Morton's and occasionally Saltgrass.
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Old Jun 9, 16, 10:28 am
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Plus iirc many of these are bookable on Open Table. I've got three $50 reward checks sitting at OpenTable right now.
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Old Jul 3, 17, 5:46 pm
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Landry's Select: Online Signup and Same-Day use?

Anyone know whether one can sign up for Landry's Select club online and use the benefits same-day without waiting for the card to show up?
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Old Jul 3, 17, 6:08 pm
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I think I've answered my own question.
http://www.landrysselect.com/ClubFaqs.aspx
You will also receive a $25 Welcome Reward for joining the Landry's Select Club within 24 hours of registering your account online.
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