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April 2, 2021

Kapolei Commons Supports Restaurants During April with Feast & Free Dining Promotion

Calling all carnivores, vegetarians, fro-yo fans, pizza lovers, and health food enthusiasts! For the entire month of April, Kapolei Commons supports its restaurants through the Feast & Free Dining Promotion. Customers will receive a free $10 Kapolei Commons Gift Card when they spend a total of $100 or more at any of Kapolei Commons’ 15 eateries. Diners are invited to save their receipts all month long and redeem them once they total $100.          

HOW TO REDEEM:  Once $100 worth of Kapolei Commons eatery receipts has been collected, customers must visit the redemption table fronting the Regal Kapolei Theater.   

Redemption table schedule:
Each Saturday in April from noon - 7 pm
Each Sunday in April from noon - 7 pm
REDEMPTIONS NOT AVAILABLE MONDAY - FRIDAY

DISCLAIMER:  While supplies last.  Limit one (1) $10 gift card redemption per person / per day.  Target and Down to Earth food receipts excluded*.  Gift card purchases excluded. 

“We always work hand-in-hand with our tenants at Kapolei Commons to ensure that they get the support they deserve.  This is even more important given the environment in which we have endured for the last year and from which we continue to emerge,” said Todd Hedrick, Vice President of Leasing and Asset Management for MacNaughton.  “We also know that people are looking for something upbeat and fun in the community, and we felt that this promotion was a win-win for everyone.”  

VISIT:  www.kapoleicommons/feastandfree for more information.

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