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Trudy 12 month s ago
#17 A friend and I did the pay phone thing back in the 80’s.

Most of the time, the operator knew the number was a pay phone. After ~5 tries, we would get an operator who didn’t know or check that it was a pay phone.
       
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Dolph 12 month s ago
16 To the guy in the gif, your a pig.
       
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Greg 12 month s ago
If there's one thing I wouldn't feel guilty about it would be finding a loophole with a casino. Take em' for all you can. That's their motto, after all.
       
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Les 12 month s ago
#8 Burger King did the same thing for a couple years. You'd take a survey online, write the number on the receipt and get a receipt with the free whopper, then do it again the next day.
       
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"I went to a sporting goods store and they asked me for my phone number when I was paying. I was in a bad mood and didn’t want to fight with the clerk so I told them our local area code + 555-1212 (which is the old number for directory assistance), clerk accepted it and I left.

When I checked my receipt I had a huge number of loyalty points – because apparently, a ton of other people did the same thing. I called the office the next day and switched the “account” to my new address. A half-dozen times over the next few years, I went and got free stuff with all the points that I kept racking up as one of their most loyal customers."

 

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