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Domino's [dominos.com] is having a Buy One Get One Free on Menu Price Pizzas when you order online and apply coupon code 9206. Carry out only.

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This is no different than the 50% off "regular menu price" that runs ALL the time and it's always a terrible deal because regular menu prices are insane.

Now if it was buy one $7.99 large (coupon) and get one free, THAT would be a killer deal!
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old news.
deal has been going on all week
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It is old news but it still isn't that bad of a deal. 2 Large all the Meats for 15.99. I might have to try it since I was banned from PapaJohns.
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Now if it was buy one $7.99 large (coupon) and get one free, THAT would be a killer deal!
Or at least it can double dipped with another sale.
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It is old news but it still isn't that bad of a deal. 2 Large all the Meats for 15.99. I might have to try it since I was banned from PapaJohns.
Ok I'll bite.....how are you banned from Papa John's?
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This is no different than the 50% off "regular menu price" that runs ALL the time and it's always a terrible deal because regular menu prices are insane.

Now if it was buy one $7.99 large (coupon) and get one free, THAT would be a killer deal!
See: Papa Johns (except it's $7.00 not $7.99)
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It is old news but it still isn't that bad of a deal. 2 Large all the Meats for 15.99. I might have to try it since I was banned from PapaJohns.
How do you get banned from papa John's lol
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Ok I'll bite.....how are you banned from Papa John's?
https://slickdeals.net/f/10514588-10-papa-rewards-points-for-ordering-a-favorite-stackable-for-as-cheap-as-0-10?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

They reneged on the points after they were posted and cleared, they deleted all my points I had earned previously and they deleted my pj.com account I had had for 10 years with no warning or contact telling me what they did. I had to call and spend 2 hours talking with them and they basically said in their response that they can delete anyone at anytime at their sole discrecion, I am actually persuing a legal remedy since they deleted all my points I had acquired even before this contested transaction. In a nutshell I ordered one pizza and then several orders of seasoning packets as well. They claimed it was an abuse of a promotion, we'll see how it turns out after they run my appeal past their lawyers. You cannot delete old points acquired not under contention. Reason is that I had the expectation of reward points being earned as part of the previous transaction which they were and PJ cannot retroactively change the deal after it commensurates. Think of if you had a contract that was agreed upon by both parties and one side arbitrarily and unilaterally changed the value of the original agreed contract. Same thing with a pizza order. A price was offered for for a pizza product plus as an incentive reward points to persuade me to purchase which I accepted and I consider that a piece of the total material product offering. I am arguing that you simply can't change this in the future at your will without both parties agreeing to the material change.
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I ordered a regular special carry out deal for $7 to make it seem like a more realistic order. The manager said she wanted to choke me seeing all these orders come in but she rang me up for the pizza and marked all the packets as picked up. The Papa rewards page does not show these points yet but I am not sure what the lag time is from order pickup to crediting.
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I am actually persuing a legal remedy since they deleted all my points...In a nutshell I ordered one pizza and then several orders of seasoning packets as well. They claimed it was an abuse of a promotion, we'll see how it turns out after they run my appeal past their lawyers. You cannot delete old points acquired not under contention. Reason is that I had the expectation of reward points being earned as part of the previous transaction which they were and PJ cannot retroactively change the deal after it commensurates. Think of if you had a contract that was agreed upon by both parties and one side arbitrarily and unilaterally changed the value of the original agreed contract.
Sighhh...don't you have anything better to do with your time? You knew you were taking advantage of the Papa John's rewards system and now you want spend hours fighting them over pizza points??? Pursue legal remedy over what? Reading your post makes me want to hire a lawyer to kick you in the nuts.
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They reneged on the points after they were posted and cleared, they deleted all my points I had earned previously and they deleted my pj.com account I had had for 10 years with no warning or contact telling me what they did. I had to call and spend 2 hours talking with them and they basically said in their response that they can delete anyone at anytime at their sole discrecion, I am actually persuing a legal remedy since they deleted all my points I had acquired even before this contested transaction. In a nutshell I ordered one pizza and then several orders of seasoning packets as well. They claimed it was an abuse of a promotion, we'll see how it turns out after they run my appeal past their lawyers. You cannot delete old points acquired not under contention. Reason is that I had the expectation of reward points being earned as part of the previous transaction which they were and PJ cannot retroactively change the deal after it commensurates. Think of if you had a contract that was agreed upon by both parties and one side arbitrarily and unilaterally changed the value of the original agreed contract. Same thing with a pizza order. A price was offered for for a pizza product plus as an incentive reward points to persuade me to purchase which I accepted and I consider that a piece of the total material product offering. I am arguing that you simply can't change this in the future at your will without both parties agreeing to the material change.
How many extra packets of seasoning did you order and how many pj points did that produce for you?
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this is why we can't have nice things...
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They reneged on the points after they were posted and cleared, they deleted all my points I had earned previously and they deleted my pj.com account I had had for 10 years with no warning or contact telling me what they did. I had to call and spend 2 hours talking with them and they basically said in their response that they can delete anyone at anytime at their sole discrecion, I am actually persuing a legal remedy since they deleted all my points I had acquired even before this contested transaction. In a nutshell I ordered one pizza and then several orders of seasoning packets as well. They claimed it was an abuse of a promotion, we'll see how it turns out after they run my appeal past their lawyers. You cannot delete old points acquired not under contention. Reason is that I had the expectation of reward points being earned as part of the previous transaction which they were and PJ cannot retroactively change the deal after it commensurates. Think of if you had a contract that was agreed upon by both parties and one side arbitrarily and unilaterally changed the value of the original agreed contract. Same thing with a pizza order. A price was offered for for a pizza product plus as an incentive reward points to persuade me to purchase which I accepted and I consider that a piece of the total material product offering. I am arguing that you simply can't change this in the future at your will without both parties agreeing to the material change.
Are you going to pay the Lawyer in Pizza ? Seriously you abused there system and got wacked, create a new account and move on how many legit points did you have racked up that you didn't use ? What 2-4 Pizza Worth and if more why did you let so many accumulate before using them up . Good luck but this is going nowhere
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