Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse Handshake Club


Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse has introduced their own loyalty program, the Handshake Club, to compete in the casual dining market. The Handshake Club offers customers a clear and user friendly rewards program so customers can earn points while dining on their favorite steaks and sides.

As part of the Handshake Club, customers receive one dollar for every point spent at any Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse. Once members order enough filets and t-bones to earn 300 points, they will receive two $10 vouchers. Members will also receive a special $10 voucher on their birthday. Monday’s provide an especially nice perk for members— triple points on all purchases, which should help the points add up quickly. All of these features, along with exclusive members only benefits and offers, make the Handshake Club an excellent value for Charlie Brown’s customers. For a complete list of benefits, rules, and regulations, visit the Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse website.

Phillips Seafood – Friends of Phillips

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Phillips Seafood is aiming to keep customers in the Mid-Atlantic region coming back for more of their signature seafood with the Friends of Phillips loyalty program. Diners in Atlantic City, Baltimore, Ocean City, Philadelphia, and Washington DC can earn rewards and special offers by signing up for the frequent diners card, with the perks becoming more attractive as customers spend more at Phillips.

The Friends of Phillips rewards program lets customers earn 1 point for every dollar that they spend at any participating restaurant, excluding alcohol only purchases. Once customers accrue 100 points, they earn a $10 reward that can be used towards their next meal at Phillips. Customers will also receive special offers for their birthday and anniversary, as well as special email offers, wine specials, and events which offer customers double points for their purchases.

Phillips also offers big spenders an extra incentive to join the Friends of Phillips. Members who earn 400 points will become a VIP member of the Phillips crew, which makes them eligible for additional rewards. VIP members can be treated to “priority seating, complimentary passes to the National Aquarium, Zoo and the Science Center in Baltimore, and discounts on party platters, seafood shipping and souvenirs.”

In order to register for the Friends of Phillips rewards program, customers can visit any participating location to complete an application. There is a $10 registration fee, but customers will receive $10 in rewards for their next visit. For more information, visit the Phillips Seafood website.


Outback Steakhouse – My Outback Rewards

Outback Steakhouse’s My Outback Rewards program offers customers a chance to earn points while purchasing the chains famous steaks and bloomin’ onions. According the My Outback Rewards website, customers will receive rewards after every visit to Outback Steakhouse. The program is unclear, however, as to how many points customers will receive during their visit. In order to document their points, customers must input a 14 digit code (found at the bottom of their receipt) into a form located at

Members who earn enough points will be eligible for certain rewards, which can be found at the rewards gallery on the Outback website. Customers can earn a $10 gift certificate for 4000 points, a free appetizer for 2500 points, and a free dessert for 2500 points. For more information about the My Outback Rewards program, visit the Outback Steakhouse website.

Tumbleweed Tex Mex Grill and Bar – Tumblebucks


The Tumbleweed Tex Mex Grill and Bar has rolled out their Tumblebucks loyalty program to keep their customers saddling up for more of their Southwestern cuisine. Customers receive one point for every dollar spent at Tumbleweed restaurants (excluding mall cafe locations) in order to earn Tumblebucks. 100 points earns a customer $5 in Tumblebucks, which customers can use to buy whatever is coming off the grill (alcoholic drinks, tax, and gratuity are excluded from the offer).

Members of the Tumblebucks rewards program can earn points even faster by referring their friends to the program. Members can earn 30 points for each person they refer, with 15 being the maximum number of people they can refer. Customers can also stock up on Tumblebucks by taking advantage of Tumbleweed’s catering service. Members of the Tumblebucks program earn double points for any items ordered off of the catering menu.

As always, certain restrictions apply. Members of the Tumblebucks rewards program must be 21 years old, and Tumblebucks can not be used for gift cards or redeemed for cash. For more information, visit Tumbleweed’s website.


Rock Bottom Brewery’s Rock Rewards Program

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Rock Bottom Brewery’s Rock Rewards loyalty program looks to make rock stars out of their customers. With deals on food that become more attractive as customers spend more money at Rock Bottom, the Rock Rewards program looks likely to lure customers through the doors.

With Rock Rewards, customers can earn 1 point for every dollar that they spend at any Rock Bottom Brewery location. Customers receive a $10 discount on their next visit just for signing up for the Rock Rewards program. Once customers begin accruing points, the rewards become more valuable. After customers spend $100, they will receive a free “signature starter.” 200 points will snag customers a $10 dollar discount, and customers will receive a $15 discount once they hit 350 points. Rock Bottom Brewery promises even greater rewards for their most loyal customers. Patrons who rack up 500 points will receive $20 off of their next visit, and $15 off for every 150 points that they earn over 500.

Rock Rewards also encourages frequent visits by offering “double dollar points.” Customers who reach 30 visits annually receive 2 points for every dollar spent from 5-7 PM, Monday through Friday. Customers who reach 50 visits within a year can earn “double dollar points” from 11AM-2PM, Monday through Friday. Rock Bottom Brewery also states that members of the Rock Rewards loyalty program can receive invitations to “secret tapping parties” and dinners with the restaurants chefs and brewmasters, although there is no indication as to how many points are required for such rewards.

In order to join the Rock Rewards program, customers must visit a Rock Bottom Brewery. Once customers receive their Rock Rewards card, they must register their card on the website. The company indicates that customers will soon be able to register for the rewards program entirely online. Customers must be 21 years old to register for the program, and certain restrictions apply. For more information, visit the Rock Bottom Brewery website.


T.G.I. Friday’s Give Me More Stripes Program

TGI Fridays

T.G.I. Friday’s has rolled out their own loyalty program to distinguish itself from similar casual restaurants. The Give Me More Stripes program has a standard feel, with customers earning a “stripe” for every dollar spent on any qualifying purchase at T.G.I. Friday’s.

The program offers some of the usual perks, as well as some distinct features which should pique the interest of Friday’s targeted customers. As with most loyalty programs, customers who sign up for the Stripes program will receive email offers and discounts, as well as deals for food once members earn enough stripes (although the information available through the website is ambiguous as to how many stripes are required and what the restaurant might offer). A more notable feature of the Stripes program is the Jump the Line Pass. Upon registering for the Give Me More Stripes program, members receive a one time use pass to avoid waiting in line for a table. The complete list of perks, as listed on the website, are featured below:

  • Free appetizer or dessert after you join

  • Free Jump the Line Pass to skip to the front of the crowd (one-time use only)

  • Free dessert with purchase of an entrée to celebrate your Birthday

  • Special “surprise” treats for members only, delivered by your server

  • Exclusive offers and discounts sent via email

  • Additional Jump the Line Pass after every third visit (one-time use only)

  • Special events, menu tastings and parties

Customers have a number of ways of joining the T.G.I. Friday’s loyalty program. Customers may enroll at a T.G.I. Friday’s restaurant, use the T.G.I. Friday’s app, visit the website, or text “JOIN” to 698443. Customers receive perks immediately, and all rewards are good for 60 days. For more information, don’t hesitate to visit the T.G.I. Friday’s website.


Ruby’s Diner Jitterbug Club

Rubys Jitterbug Club

Ruby’s Diner has cooked up a unique loyalty program that looks to entice senior customers. The Jitterbug Club targets customers who are 55 or older, and encourages them to bring guests. Jitterbug Club members receive 10% off of any entree (items that cost $4.99 or higher), with special offers that the restaurant emails periodically to Jitterbug participants.

The Jitterbug club does have some features that set it apart from other loyalty programs. The Jitterbug in the Afternoon offer, which serves as a kind of happy hour for Jitterbug members, offers 20% off of any entree between the hours of 3-5. The program also invites members to bring up to 3 guests, who also receive discounts.

There are certain rules and restrictions that apply to the Jitterbug Club. Members only receive for one entree per person, and the discount cannot be used with any other promotional offer or gift cards. Furthermore, the discount does not apply to any alcoholic beverages.

Customers may apply to become a member of the Jitterbug club by registering at any Ruby’s Diner location, or by filling out the online application. Should customers apply online, they will need to print off their confirmation email and take it to a Ruby’s Restaurant in order to complete their application. Member cards will not be sent through the mail. For a complete list of details, rules, and regulations, jump n’ jive over to the Jitterbug Club webpage.


List of Restaurant Loyalty Rewards Programs

Loyalogy List of Restaurant Loyalty Rewards Programs
Loyalogy List of Restaurant Loyalty Rewards Programs

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BJs Brewhouse Premier Rewards

Brenner’s Steakhouse Rewards

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Rewards

Cadillac Bar Rewards

California Pizza Kitchen Pizza Dough

California Tortilla Burrito Elito

Carmelo’s Rewards

Champps Americana MVP League

Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse Handshake Club

Chart House Rewards

Cheese Burger in Paradise Board Club

Copeland’s of New Orleans Lagniappe Club

Churchill’s Pub

Cosi CosiCard

Crave Loyalty

Dave and Busters Rewards

Davinci Group Frequent Diner Club

Dunkin’ Donuts

Del Frisco’s Steak House Rewards

Don Pablos Habeneros Club

Duffy’s Sports Grill MVP

El Pollo Loco My Loco Rewards

Erbert and Gerbert’s Sandwich Society

Farrelli’s Pizza Fire Club

Fox and Hound All Star Club

Freebirds Fanatic Rewards

Gastronomy Frequent Diner

Genghis Grill Khan’s Reward Kard

Gordon Biersch Passport Rewards

Grotto Pizza Swirl Rewards

Hard Rock Rewards

Hurricane Grill and Wings Flavor Rewards

HWY 55 Burgers

J.P. Licks Cow Card

Kabuki Japanese Restaurant Red Mask Club

Kings Family Restaurants Royal Rewards

Kobe Japanese Steakhouse Kobe Rewards

LaMotta’s Italian – Belly Rewards

Landry’s Seafood Rewards

Landry’s Select Club

Lettuce Entertain You Frequent Diner Club

Levy Restaurants

Louisville Originals

Max & Ermas Good Neighbor Rewards

Max Restaurant Group Max Vantage

McCormick & Schmicks Rewards

Mellow Mushroom Beer Club


Morton’s The Steakhouse

My Loyal Family

Old Chicago World Beer Tour

Ox & Pen Chicago

Outback Steakhouse My Outback Rewards

P.F. Changs Warrior Rewards

Pacifica Seafood Rewards

Panera Bread My Panera

Papa Gino’s Rewards/D’Angelo’s Rewards

Papa Johns Papa Rewards

Parasole Restaurant Holdings Dining Club

Phillip’s Seafood Friend’s of Phillips

Pita Pit Pit Card

Pizza Ranch Rewards

Qdoba Rewards

Rain Forest Cafe Rewards

Red Mango Club Mango

Red Robin Red Royalty Rewards

Restaurants America Frequent Diner

Restaurants Unlimited Eat, Drink & Earn

Rewards Network

Rock Rewards

Ruby’s Diner Jitterbug Club

Rusty Pelican Rewards

Smokey Bones Bones Club

Specialty Restaurants Loyalty Club

My Starbucks Rewards

Stoney River Legendary Rewards

Sullivan’s Steakhouse Rewards

TGI Friday’s Gimme More Stripes

The Counter The List

The Palm 837 Club

Tumbleweed Tex Mex Grill My Tumble Bucks

Dave and Buster’s Power Card Rewards

Dave and Buster’s restaurant and arcade provides a unique rewards program for its customers. Using Dave and Buster’s Power Card, customers can sign up to earn 10 dollars of game play for every 100 dollars spent on food, beverages, and other “qualifying purchases,” such as bowling, pool, and recharging one’s Power Card. Customers who sign up for Dave and Buster’s reward program will also receive “a free $10 game play (with purchase of $10 game play) coupon” for enrolling in the program.

This particular rewards program is geared more towards the gaming enthusiast than the casual diner. Customers may only use Rewards Points for games, as opposed to redeeming the points for food or drinks. Any points that are not used expire after 45 days, which would certainly entice gamers to return regularly. Dave and Buster’s also e-mails Rewards Points members promotional offers.

Registration for Dave and Buster’s rewards program is straight-forward, but customers must have a Power Card from a participating location in order to participate in the program. Customers who already have a Power Card may sign up for the Rewards Points program either at a Dave and Buster’s restaurant or online Tweets by @DaveandBusters

Lettuce Entertain You Frequent Diner Club

Lettuce Entertain You

Lettuce Entertain You’s Frequent Diner Club offers a sophisticated loyalty program for customers at nearly 70 locations across the country. The basic premise of the program is that after purchasing a Frequent Diner card for a one time 25 dollar enrollment fee, diners can begin racking up points for every dollar they spend at participating restaurants.

What sets LEYE’s rewards program apart are the options the program offers customers in terms of how to save and spend their points. At its most basic level, customers receive 10 dollars in dining rewards for every 140 dollars that they spend at one of the restaurants. For the more goal oriented diner, the Frequent Diner’s Club offers an extensive rewards program beyond dining rewards. Members can save their points for cooking classes, spa getaways, and resort vacations. All of these points can be checked on the customer’s online account or on LEYE’s convenient Lettuce Eats mobile app, which also allows customers to post reviews, view menus, and get directions to nearby LEYE locations.

The Reward’s Club’s perks are not limited to the rewards points that customers accrue from dining out. Members will also receive emails with offers and discounts on a variety of products and services. As with the spa trips and resorts, LEYE looks to retain customers by offering them incentives ranging from White Sox tickets to deals on concert tickets and wine club memberships.

Lettuce Entertain You takes its program further by offering its members the option of becoming a silver or gold member. The LEYE website details the advantages (and requirements) of being a preferred member:

First, you’ll earn more points per dollar spent: 1.25 for Silver, and 1.5 points per dollar spent for Gold. Second, you’ll be that much closer to being able to redeem your points for special rewards (click here to view the rewards). And third, Gold Level Members receive Priority Reservation privileges at Lettuce restaurants.

Once you have reached Silver or Gold status, you will keep that status through the following calendar year. You will need to spend $2,500 in the calendar year to keep your Gold status and $1,000 in the calendar year to keep your Silver status.

The Rewards Club Program also gives customers the option of “banking” their rewards, which, according to the Rewards Club website, allows members greater flexibility in terms of saving and using their points:

You may choose to bank your points until the end of the calendar year (January 1 to December 31) to save for premium rewards. Choose the banking option on your online profile. All points must be redeemed at the end of the year.  If you have not reached 1,400 or more points by December 31, your points will automatically be redeemed and credit will be transferred to your Rewards Card.  If you have not redeemed your points by December 31, you will receive a letter outlining your options.

LEYE seems to have an ambitious plan to keep customers coming back (and spending large sums of money while dining). The diversity of perks that LEYE offers its customers, from discounted dining to specials on travel and entertainment, speaks to the competition in the market. For more information, visit the website.