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Everybody has a restaurant they think they'll never get in to. I pass mine every day on the way home from work...everyone always seems happy and it makes me extremely jealous! But if you have a, you may finally be able to score a at the restaurant of your dreams.
Capital One announced this week that they'rewith OpenTable to create the OpenTable Premium Access program, a service that will allow Capital One cardmembers to get access to hard-to-get restaurant reservations. Yes! You're about to feel so fancy!
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Here's how it works: Download the OpenTable App, then find the "Premium Access" carousel or go toon your phone. Then, click verify to add your card and book the table. You'll be able to book tables for two or four during some hard-to-get dining times.
This service is available for hundreds of restaurants across the country with all sorts of cuisines includingand in Chicago; , and the in Los Angeles; and in New Orleans; and , and in New York City. You can see a .
Even if you don't have a Capital One card, you'll be able to enjoy the service starting in January, when OpenTable plans to expand Premium Access reservations to its VIP diners. But Capital One credit cardholders will be able to keep their Premium Access reservations without having to redeem any points, so no worries there. Go forth and make some dinner plans!
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