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Spend $50 on food and drink at the Wildcat Inn and Tavern, stay the night for free

Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  November 27, 2013 03:34 PM

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The Wildcat Inn and Tavern’s “$50 and free” promotion is back for a third straight year, and it has to be one of the best dine-and-stay packages we’ve seen in all of New England.

Here’s the deal: Spend $50 or more in the tavern or dining room at the Jackson, N.H. inn, and you’ll receive a free room for two for the night. Other than calling in advance - at least 24 hours - and making your reservation, it really is that easy, and it’s also available on weekends.

Even better, should you only spend $30-40 on food and drinks, your room for the evening will be only $10-20 depending on how far you get to $50. The deal is good through Dec. 15, and reservations can be made for more than one night.

For more information, visit wildcattavern.com/50andfree.html, and to book, call 603-356-8700 or 603-383-4245.

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