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  • Tracy Freese
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Hungry? Use your PayPal Balance to Order Pizza!

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Are you like me...getting paid for random stuff through PayPal (Ebay auctions, refunds, and fantasty football winnings) yet forgetting you have a PayPal balance sitting out in la-la land? Well, today's post is about one couple making it their business to rescue stray PayPay balances and turn them into steaming hot pizzas!

We are the original, fastest, and most trusted. PayPizzaPal was born when a couple (my now-husband and I) left their corporate careers to begin a journey pursuing entrepreneurship in the gaming realm. As is often the case, much of our income came via PayPal.

One night, as we worked right through dinner time and with hours more to go, we were starving. Pizza was the obvious answer.We were shocked to find out that none of our favorite pizza places accept PayPal! Sadly, it was a pizza-less evening for us that night (we ended up eating minute rice and peanut butter sandwiches - not recommended.) We set out to remedy this tragic oversight. PayPizzaPal was born the next day, and has evolved to a well-oiled (and slightly cheesy) machine over the years since then.

Nobody with a PayPal balance ever has to go without pizza again!

The process is simple:

  • Select your pizza chain. Options include Pizza Hut, Papa John's, and Dominos.
  • Select the amount of money you want on your e-gift card
  • Trade PayPizzaPal your desired PayPal balance for the e-gift card.
  • Use your brand spankin' new e-gift card and hear you doorbell ring in no time flat!
The PayPizzaPal.com business model is such a hit it is being copied by other websites. Imitation is the greatest form of flattery, right? WRONG! Don't settle for anything less than the original or risk having your website hacked by a scammer. We minimalists love trading the corporate rat race for innovation and we think PayPizzaPal has all the right ingredients!
  • Tracy Freese
  • corporate minimalismminimalist home and gardenminimalist technologysimplestart uptimeless