For another $3, Papa John’s pizza will get to your door a little faster.
The Louisville-based pie-making chain stole a page from fee-loving airlines and is offering customers the privilege of paying more to get to the front of the line.
The $2.99 “Papa Priority” was recently launched in a handful of of cities, with hopes of expanding the practice.
But unlike first- or business-class air travel, with tangible, obvious benefits, there’s no time guarantee with “Papa Priority.”
Customers who fork up $2.99 are just told their order is going to the “front of the line so that it is made faster.”
Each location with “Papa Priority” will only have five pies a night gain that designation.
Papa John’s International Inc. declined to reveal when its $2.99 test began.
But Twitter user @chasman609 posted back in December: “Papa Johns just raised their delivery fee to $2.99 and they only have to drive a mile to get here? Nice knowing you Papa Johns.”
With Post Wire Services
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