Report: #1472812

Complaint Review: Papa John's Pizza -

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  • Reported By: Wiley — Warrenton VA United States
  • Papa John's Pizza United States

Papa John's Pizza Your bonus points are now nearly worthless

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Recently, Papa John's Pizza decided to change the way they calculate my points.  I had over 20 points accumulated which is almost enough for a free pizza.   But now, instead of points, I suddenly have "papa dough" which, as it turns out is nearly worthless.

Here is how the scam works: The way I expected it to calculate:

  • I enter an online order for $40.00
  • I apply my coupon for 50% which makes my total $20.00
  • I use my $20.00 of "papa dough".
  • They add tax and delivery fee, so I owe $5.50

The way they rip me off:

  • I enter an online order for $40.00
  • They force me to use my my $20.00 of "papa dough" which makes my total $20.00
  • They apply my coupon for 50% which makes my total $10.00
  • They add tax and delivery fee, so I owe $15.50


Do you see how this is unfair?

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