This going is going places
...and for free, apparently
@MCPO S117, wanna read that again bud
@CentaurianHalfie, Might as well be for a good deal like that
@CentaurianHalfie, While it doesn't say that the tax write-off he got was equivalent to how much he spent on pudding, it has to be pretty close.
@Warm Buttery Toast, i was talking about their comment, they said "this going is going places"
@CentaurianHalfie, oh GOD DAMMIT
@MCPO S117, he essentially spent $2500 for a $25000 value of frequent flier miles
@MCPO S117, dafuk did I just read?
@MCPO S117, nice job bud.
This man has beat the system
@keegathy, beat it? He has ownership of it now.
It's not Jell-O, but I'm sure Bill Cosby is still proud.
I wish I was rich enough to buy that much pudding. I love pudding
This is the plot to an adam sandler movie
@Miss Leading, Punch Drunk Love
@Miss Leading, yes! Thank you. I was freaking out like omg, I've seen this before.. what tf was it? Punch drunk love!
I feel like actually buying the tickets would be less expensive
@King Cock, but then you don't get the tax write off
@King Cock, less than $100 per round trip out of country is amazing. You usually spend $300-600 per economy-class round trip within the country.
Sorry, the math just doesn't add up.
@Tasteicles, it equates to 607,500 not 1.25M.
Is this true. Because if it is we should all bow in awe of this mans genius
They should make a movie about this..
I'm surprised the store didn't have a limit to the promotion because they usually do... *questions reliability of the story*
So where can I buy a ticket to Hawaii for only $71??
@Olgreg, I think 1.25 million miles was equal to 42 trips to Hawaii. Not the $3,000
@Olgreg, at the pudding factory.