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Domino’s Free Pizza Plan Painfully Backfires

via Domino's Pizza
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Domino’s “Emergency Pizza” program, aimed at helping customers with student loans, faced issues when people exploited the online-issued code to get more than one free pizza.

Despite the initial intention to give out one free medium two-topping pizza per code, some customers managed to obtain multiple pizzas.

This led to reports of the program being canceled by some franchises. (Trending: Photos Released Of Cocaine Found In White House)

“We just had like 30 orders of free emergency pizzas, a [customer] just walked in and took 5 free emergency pizzas different orders and receipts, but same name [sic],” an employee recalled.

“Who in their right mind decided to give free pizzas? Corporate are brainless,” another poster stated.

“One guy had 10 pizzas and another person had 8 pizzas,” read a different post.

The program was scheduled to end on November 9th and has since concluded.

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