Aug

29

Another August, Another Koronet’s Price Increase

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As commenters pointed out in the previous post, another August has seen Koronet’s up its jumbo slice price by $0.25.

Judging from last year’s chart, it appears Koronet’s is continuing the $0.25/year trend through these economic times. Then again, as one commenter put it last year, “i’m usually so drunk when i eat koronets that they could raise the price to ten bucks a slice and i wouldn’t notice.” Not a bad business plan.

– Photo by Peter Labuza

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27 Comments

  1. NOOOOOOOO

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO not again

  2. sad

    i wonder if all the money they make from this price increase for a year will be able to send a kid to columbia for a semester

  3. lol

    I think it was 2.25 when I joined. Eventually they will price themselves out of business.

  4. resident spell check

    Another, not Aother, Bwog.

  5. hate it

    i thought prices decrease in tough economic times

      • seriously?  

        a skimpy smattering of bland sauce, soggy crust, and gobs of cheap, greasy mozzarella? the only thing koronet has going for them is the size and price of their slices. and to that, i say that it's cheap for a reason: because their ingredients suck. and who cares if the slice is massive if the pizza is crappy anyway? the only place worse than koronet in this neighborhood is pinnacle!

  6. Chef

    God damn Loch Ness monster, you wont get tree fiddy from me!

  7. 09er

    I already graduated but, WHAT?!!?

  8. need update

    hey BWOG, we need an update on housing renovations. any floors in EC redone over the summer?

    kthanksbai

  9. maggie

    lol that quote at the end is hilarious..... and true

  10. ickly firsties

    move in pictures? Helloooo?

  11. is Tomo's

    old space filled in yet?

  12. I'm sorry

    But $3.50 for over twelve pounds of pizza is still a good deal

  13. fyi...

    intrabid got hacked.

  14. hahahh

    12 POUNDS OF PIZZA THAT'S LIKE A BABY MADE OF PIZZA

  15. 2010  

    I remember 2.75 freshman year.

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