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[Popeyes] ONT only. 3 Free chicken tenders when Raptors score 12 3-pointers. Now purchase drink required

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johanscott wrote:
Feb 9th, 2018 10:59 pm
Location at Yonge-Dundas charges $2.99. Bullcrap.
All franchisees are like that. Doesnt matter the restaurant - mickeyD's, burger king, wendy's, et al. Areas of higher rent (aka downtown core, business districts, touristy areas) they charge more. That's why I stay away unless you know they are corporate stores owned by the company. Corp. stores dont fluctuate pricing.
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cutey130 wrote:
Feb 9th, 2018 11:46 pm
Well, I got denied at the Yorkdale location because I went once last week and another time this week. Apparently, I made multiple accounts. Then when I told them how the promo worked, they said to actually wait for another game then (still assuming that the Raptors don't play multiple games a week). So they obviously don't follow the games and I called them out on that. Then they said it was too many times.

I want to add: both visits, I ordered something extra, fries or biscuit and I always tell them to give me a medium cup instead of large and I will still pay for large.
I find all the high traffic locations to be a PITA. They all pretend they dont know anything about the promo. The location I go to consistently (Woodside Sq) has the poster slapped right on the cash machine - "Raptors partners with Popeyes" or some shit. Never an issue there. I had 3 over the same week. The same 2 employees recognize me. Think tons of peeps know about the promo since I always see orders of chicken tenders and large drink. Some people said certain stores skimp out on the pieces... not this one. No different than a regular order.

The way I thought it worked was the Raptors reimburses the stores for each order and they profit on the large drink on the side. Dont get why they would refuse an order. No different than if someone paid $9.15 - WTF!! - for the tenders and a large drink. Only thing I see is they would get the amount delayed than immediate affecting the books for that week or month.

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aznnorth wrote:
Feb 10th, 2018 11:30 am
All franchisees are like that. Doesnt matter the restaurant - mickeyD's, burger king, wendy's, et al. Areas of higher rent (aka downtown core, business districts, touristy areas) they charge more. That's why I stay away unless you know they are corporate stores owned by the company. Corp. stores dont fluctuate pricing.
You know where you can find whether a store is corporate owned or not?
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cutey130 wrote:
Feb 9th, 2018 11:46 pm
Well, I got denied at the Yorkdale location because I went once last week and another time this week. Apparently, I made multiple accounts. Then when I told them how the promo worked, they said to actually wait for another game then (still assuming that the Raptors don't play multiple games a week). So they obviously don't follow the games and I called them out on that. Then they said it was too many times.

I want to add: both visits, I ordered something extra, fries or biscuit and I always tell them to give me a medium cup instead of large and I will still pay for large.
Yea that location is crap. I did the promo for the receipt where you do the survey but they told me I can't use it because the receipt wasn't from their store.
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I too went to Yonge and Dundas and got charged 2.99 plus 35 cents extra for another dip lol. All of a sudden doesn't seem that great of a deal but I'll avoid that location next time.
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johanscott wrote:
Feb 10th, 2018 10:58 pm
You know where you can find whether a store is corporate owned or not?
Easiest way is to call cust service at head office of each fast food joint. They will tell you which locations are or are not corp stores. OR call the joint itself. The employees know...
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smartyA489 wrote:
Feb 11th, 2018 2:46 pm
?? Any chance today ??
We got 13 so far the game isn't over so Tenders for Monday! and Raptors are in First place now! :D
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ahlong wrote:
Feb 11th, 2018 2:53 pm
We got 13 so far the game isn't over so Tenders for Monday! and Raptors are in First place now! :D
wow thanks...i never understand the scoreboard ;)
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johanscott wrote:
Feb 9th, 2018 10:59 pm
Location at Yonge-Dundas charges $2.99. Bullcrap.
rage2021 wrote:
Feb 11th, 2018 9:28 am
I too went to Yonge and Dundas and got charged 2.99 plus 35 cents extra for another dip lol. All of a sudden doesn't seem that great of a deal but I'll avoid that location next time.
Avoid 645 Yonge St. location also...

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen on 645 Yonge Street is charging customers a 35 cent fee to deal with increasing property taxes.
https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2017/1 ... -some.html
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Another Raptors game with plenty of 3-pointers scored, another promo offer coming up but what's with the latest notification from the mobile app?

"Dinner's on us tonight. You've got 24 hours to claim your coupon from Popeyes."

I thought this offer is only supposed to take effect on the day after a game. The latest digital coupon is available already even though the game against the Charlotte Hornets was today.
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Im thinking it could be cause it was a Day game so the IT guys could upload it immediately?

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