Do you want a free Pizza with IE10?

Microsoft has partnered with Debonairs Pizza to promote its Internet Explorer 10 browser

May 7, 2013
Internet Explorer

Microsoft and Debonairs Pizza have partnered to offer a discount of up to R100 off any online Pizza order using Internet Explorer 10 (IE10).

The Debonairs Pizza website states “Download Internet Explorer 10 and you could get up to R100 off your next order”.

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10 website punts the same deal, stating that people using Internet Explorer 10 to order a Debonairs pizza online can get “R100 in free pizza”.

To receive a discount on your online order of up to R100, participants must register on-line on the Debonairs Pizza website and place an order using Internet Explorer 10.

“Up to R100 will then be deducted from your order in the form of a discount, provided you add the voucher code ‘Internet Explorer’ to your basket prior to completing your checkout,” the competition terms and conditions state.

If your order is less than R100, the rest of the money is forfeited – the remaining balance will not be saved. Only one discount code redemption per registered user is allowed.

Debonairs Pizza Internet Explorer 10 promotion

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