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[Little Caesars] Free classic pepperoni pizza with purchase of any pizza

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[Little Caesars] Free classic pepperoni pizza with purchase of any pizza

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December 1, 2019
Retailer:
Little Caesars
More offers from Little Caesars
Saw an add on TV for free classic pepperoni pizza with the purchase of any pizza when ordering through their mobile app. Use promo code "FREECLASSIC" at checkout (you need to add the classic pepperoni to your order before entering the code).
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Variability wrote: Works with the $5 or $6 pizzas.
Ya basically buy one get one on the cheap pizzas
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looks like you cant order through the app at all locations including the one by me
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When does this expire? I am feeling unhealthy these past few days, so looking to take a break.

Personally, I think Little Caesars > Dominos (regular crust, of course)
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betercallsaul wrote: Isn't their pizza just cardboard with cheese on it?
No, because cardboard is made typically from pulp derived from pine trees, which contains cellulose, a polysaccharide that is largely indigestible by humans and this provides little nutrients - among other inedible ingredients used in the making of cardboard.

Pizza dough is typically made from flour derived from wheat, which contains starch, a polysaccharide that is commonly found in foods and digestible by humans.

These are two drastically different materials, and if you can't tell the difference, I can explain more of their differences to you to help.
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Pinetrees wrote: No, because cardboard is made typically from pulp derived from pine trees, which contains cellulose, a polysaccharide that is largely indigestible by humans and this provides little nutrients - among other inedible ingredients used in the making of cardboard.

Pizza dough is typically made from flour derived from wheat, which contains starch, a polysaccharide that is commonly found in foods and digestible by humans.

These are two drastically different materials, and if you can't tell the difference, I can explain more of their differences to you to help.
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ggs wrote: Image
Had the same reaction when the cashier said the Popeyes Maple Leafs chicken tender deal is for the US only.

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