Groupon has $25 Papa John?s eGift Cards that comes with Two Free Large One-Topping Pizzas. That's a $55 value for only $25.00.
Note: Customers will receive three separate emails, one containing the eGift Card and two containing one promo code for a free, large one-topping pizza. The eGift Card can be used as a payment type at any Papa John?s restaurant and online at papajohns.com in the U.S. only. Free pizza promo codes do not have to be redeemed in the same order.
I seriously need to resist the temptation here since I just bought $60 worth of these from that American Express offer and also I still have two of these left over from the last time this was offered, but I think I'll go ahead and grab one more...
how is this not a great deal? You get two free 1 item pizzas for the $25 you would have spent anyways? Then, use coupons and that will stretch that $25 even further. Again, how is this not a great deal?
cooper243 said: how is this not a great deal? You get two free 1 item pizzas for the $25 you would have spent anyways? Then, use coupons and that will stretch that $25 even further. Again, how is this not a great deal? Because at $20 you can sell the $25 GC for $20 cash and get 2 free pizzas for free. Buy 10 and you have 20 free pizzas. Its good, but before it was great.
I have never used Ibotta but looking at their website it appears to be a place where you upload receipts. How do you get cashback from this purchase? Do they have a shopping mall that you have to go through to get to groupon?
josemcgwire said: I have never used Ibotta but looking at their website it appears to be a place where you upload receipts. How do you get cashback from this purchase? Do they have a shopping mall that you have to go through to get to groupon? You download both the Ibotta app and Groupon app, and to get the cashback, you open the Ibotta app then click through to Groupon to open that app. The cashback usually arrives rather quickly (within 2-3 days), BUT you can only cash out once you've got $20 in your account. If you use it quite frequently, it's a good deal, but if you're just using it for this, then you'll find yourself forced to use it until you've earned more.
lighthouse9605 said: It's better than Dominos I find Dominos to be better, at least in recent years. There used to be a time when I wouldn't even touch Dominos, but since they completely redid their dough and sauce recipes about five years ago, it is probably my favorite among the big chains. But Papa John's is fine too.
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