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WayneFoX 411 160 February 19, 2016 at 06:23 AM in Pizza (5) More Papa Murphy's Deals
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Promoted 02-22-2016 by brisar at 09:11 AM View Original Post
Papa Murphy's Pizza offers 50% off your Take n' Bake Pizza when you apply coupon code SAVE50 at checkout. Thanks WayneFoX
Note: The Pizzas are made fresh and ready to take home and bake in your oven.

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Written by brisar

From the site: "Every Papa Murphy's pizza is built to perfection with exactly what you want. You select the type of fresh dough and your favorite toppings. We make your pizza by hand in a matter of minutes. Then you take it home, pop it in the oven, and serve it fresh to your family."

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Edited February 20, 2016 at 08:25 PM by johnny_miller
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50% off your pizza
Offer valid 2/22-3/28/16

Enter offer code "SAVE50" at checkout

Excludes mini murph, faves, side items, and desserts. Dusciunt off regular menu pricet. Offer valid online only. Valid for participating locations for a limited time. Not valid with any other offer.
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Last Edited by calsonicshifter March 4, 2016 at 08:15 PM
Code should be valid through 3/28/16 (per a text from Papa Murphy's).

For the people who say the code doesn't work in their market, or their market doesn't have online ordering: try calling it in... I've never been told no to any promotion i brought them... Our Papa Murphy's have amazing customer service (KC metro area)

Promo Code works...

Kansas city metro area
Eastvale, CA
Jacksonville, FL
Boise, ID
Tucson, AZ
Cedar Rapids, IA
Orange County, CA
Riverside County, CA
Temecula, Ca
Lakewood, CO
Aurora, CO
Oregon, WI
Marion, IL
Goodlettsville, TN
Madison WI

Promo Code Invalid in the following markets...

Phoenix, AZ
Everett, WA
Mukilteo, WA
Bellingham, WA
Burlington, WA
Ferndale, WA
Mt Vernon, WA
Seattle, WA
Kent, WA
Auburn, WA
Bonney Lake, WA
Puyallup, WA
Portland, OR
Mobile, AL
San Francisco, CA (Possibly the whole bay area, didn't work in Livermore, CA or in Palo Alto, CA).
Sacramento, CA
Crescent City, CA (might be all of Northern California since bay area up hasn't worked)
Merced, CA
Millbrae, CA
Pacifica, CA
Tulsa, OK
Houston, TX
Dallas, TX
St. Louis, MO
Provo, UT
Las Cruces, NM
Syracuse, UT
Alexandria, MN
Indianapolis, IN
North Platte, NE
Roy, Ogden, and Clinton, UT
Moscow, ID
Rock Hill, SC
Fort Mill, SC
Duluth, MN
Eau Claire, WI
Rochester, MN
Logan, UT

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Buy one and see how you like it...? I know a coupon code to get 50% off.

Let's say you have a bunch of kids. You can get a $15 pizza at Papa Murphy's that is pretty huge and feed em all. Yet it is tastier than ultra-budget pizzas like Little Caesar's.

Try it...!



I love it, too. Not sure what it has to do with Chicago Style pizza, though! LMAO
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Murphy's italian?
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Quote from gergev View Post :
Murphy's italian?
Its take and bake pizza... I think they did take and bake pasta for a while, but I'm not sure if they still do.
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Murphy's italian?
papa married an italian mama
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Offer good in select markets only.

Offer valid in SELECT markets only.
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So, I've always wondered, especially since I've seen several of these franchises pop up recently how is this a business model that works? Who wants to go and spend $15 on a pizza that still has to be cooked? Seems to me if your looking for a great pizza, your going to go to a real pizza shop, if your looking for a cheap pizza you'll go to pizza hut etc, if you want a pizza at home you buy a frozen pizza. What am I missing here? How does this ever work out?
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I love their Chicago Style Stuffed pizza
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So, I've always wondered, especially since I've seen several of these franchises pop up recently how is this a business model that works? Who wants to go and spend $15 on a pizza that still has to be cooked? Seems to me if your looking for a great pizza, your going to go to a real pizza shop, if your looking for a cheap pizza you'll go to pizza hut etc, if you want a pizza at home you buy a frozen pizza. What am I missing here? How does this ever work out?
Buy one and see how you like it...? I know a coupon code to get 50% off.

Let's say you have a bunch of kids. You can get a $15 pizza at Papa Murphy's that is pretty huge and feed em all. Yet it is tastier than ultra-budget pizzas like Little Caesar's.

Try it...!

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I love their Chicago Style Stuffed pizza
I love it, too. Not sure what it has to do with Chicago Style pizza, though! LMAO
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Last edited by brages February 19, 2016 at 08:28 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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Quote from drparty View Post :
So, I've always wondered, especially since I've seen several of these franchises pop up recently how is this a business model that works? Who wants to go and spend $15 on a pizza that still has to be cooked? Seems to me if your looking for a great pizza, your going to go to a real pizza shop, if your looking for a cheap pizza you'll go to pizza hut etc, if you want a pizza at home you buy a frozen pizza. What am I missing here? How does this ever work out?
Part of the business model must be food stamps. Since you have to cook it at home, you can by it with food stamps. My brother-in-law worked there and said a lot of people buy pizza there with food stamp EBT cards. They even advertise it on their website in the FAQs.
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Quote from drparty View Post :
So, I've always wondered, especially since I've seen several of these franchises pop up recently how is this a business model that works? Who wants to go and spend $15 on a pizza that still has to be cooked? Seems to me if your looking for a great pizza, your going to go to a real pizza shop, if your looking for a cheap pizza you'll go to pizza hut etc, if you want a pizza at home you buy a frozen pizza. What am I missing here? How does this ever work out?
In Kansas & Missouri at least (and I assume other places), they are considered a grocer and not a restaurant, and as such they accept EBT cards.
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Quote from drparty View Post :
So, I've always wondered, especially since I've seen several of these franchises pop up recently how is this a business model that works? Who wants to go and spend $15 on a pizza that still has to be cooked? Seems to me if your looking for a great pizza, your going to go to a real pizza shop, if your looking for a cheap pizza you'll go to pizza hut etc, if you want a pizza at home you buy a frozen pizza. What am I missing here? How does this ever work out?
Papa Murphy's is much better than Pizza Hut, or typical frozen pizza.
I'm not sure where the $15 number comes from. A family size single topping is $12 here, I think, without any coupons, and is enough to feed 3-4 people and still have leftovers. I usually spend $9-12 there, depending on what size pizza I get and whether I'm getting cheesy bread.
If I want to get great pizza from a local joint, I have to drive a good bit further, and it's going to be $20+
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Quote from drparty View Post :
So, I've always wondered, especially since I've seen several of these franchises pop up recently how is this a business model that works? Who wants to go and spend $15 on a pizza that still has to be cooked? Seems to me if your looking for a great pizza, your going to go to a real pizza shop, if your looking for a cheap pizza you'll go to pizza hut etc, if you want a pizza at home you buy a frozen pizza. What am I missing here? How does this ever work out?
Ever finer market segmentation...their closest competitor would be the fresh, uncooked pizzas sold in most grocery stores. Then frozen pizzas at grocery stores, finally chain and local pizzerias.

As someone else already mentioned, since the pizzas are uncooked they're eligible for EBT benefits. I'm sure that's big for them.

Don't think I'd ever spend $15 for pizza there, but these half off coupons make it a pretty good deal. One slice of their stuffed pizza is an entire meal.
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Had them 1 time. It was good.

But online it won't let me pick No Sauce on the pizza, It's a weird thing with me and pizza.
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