It's a shell game by Leonard I. at InsiderPages
I called on 1/28/2007 to order a couple of pizzas for pick-up. I spoke with a manager named Phu who took my order for two large pizzas, one Hawaiian and one Fireworks. The total came to just under $35. I asked if there were any specials and he said No, that's the price. When we arrived we started looking at the menu while waiting for the pizza. That??s when we started to feel like we were at a used car dealership.
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Their menu states that a large cheese pizza is 11.99 and additional toppings are 1.50 each. It also states that a large Hawaiian pizza is 18.99. According to their menu, a Hawaiian pizza has ??Red Tomato Sauce, Canadian Style Bacon, Juicy chunks of Pineapple, Loaded with 100% Real Mozzarella Cheese.?? Sauce and cheese are both on a cheese pizza. That means that a Hawaiian pizza has two additional toppings, Canadian Bacon and Pineapple. So it should be 11.99 + 1.50 + 1.50 = 14.99. Not the 18.99 that the menu I picked up at the store says and not the 16.99 the printable menu on their web site says (http://www.pizzaguys.com/home/img/menu.pdf).
Similarly, the ??Fireworks?? pizza is a cheese pizza with Italian Sausage, Pepperoni and Jalapeno. The ??Crushed Red pepper?? is something that every pizza place on earth gives away for free. In other words it??s a three topping pizza. The math would be 11.99 + 1.50 + 1.50 + 1.50 = 16.49, not 18.99 nor 16.99.
Then I noticed the coupons on the counter that had two large, three topping pizzas for 21.99. So I asked the young lady at the counter about the multiple prices. She said it just depends on how you order it. I asked if there was a manager there and she pointed to him and said he was the one who took the order. He made eye contact with me and quickly looked away. After about 10 minutes of heated discussion with the lady at the counter, (who was very polite), he still avoided helping her even though the lobby was now cro