Pizza lovers were in for a real treat earlier this week after discount codes for Domino’s were leaked for all six stores in Croydon.
Hacker, Tom Church, 26, spent hours tracking down online voucher codes for 800 stores throughout the UK including Domino’s Pizza branches in Crystal Palace, Selsdon, Purley, Coulsdon, Croydon High Street and the London Road branch in West Croydon.
‘The Project-D’ website created by Church, allows customers to enter their postcodes to find a list of discounts and offers in their areas, with some codes even reaching 50 per cent off food orders.
Church told EastLondonlines: “I love to help people save money and I run a community called LatestDeals.co.uk, where we share tips with each other.
“Members started asking me for Domino’s discount codes, so I began searching for them manually. I would stay up all night and find the vouchers. This became a weekly event called Project-D,” he added.
Church, who saw thousands of people using his site, decided to donate the Project-D website’s proceeds to Comic Relief. “I gave it away for free,” he said, adding: “I wanted to help people, especially after the Chancellor Philip Hammond announced more tax for self-employed. I like to think that the recent U-turn was in part because of this.”
Earlier this month, as part of the 2017 budget, the Chancellor announced a tax rise for self-employed people, which could cost thousands of families up to 16 per cent of their income. However, it was announced yesterday that the Chancellor had reversed the rise following widespread criticism.
Church spoke about this favourite pizza. He said: “If I could honestly marry food, I would marry a Pepperoni Passion.”
Louise Butler, a spokesperson for Domino’s told FEMAIL: “We work hard to get our voucher codes out to valued customers as well as raising money for our charity partner Teenage Cancer Trust.
“So we’re pleased Tom is helping people enjoy the great taste of our freshly handmade pizza, whilst donating to charity – it would be great to hear how much he raises!”