A TikTok video shows users that if you collect the "proof of purchase" tabs from Little Caesars Pizza boxes, you could get a pizza party. Is this hack real?

Imagine trying to grab pizza from Little Caesars in Rome, Yorkville, or Utica. Maybe next time you do it, you'll keep the boxes a little longer than planned.

According to Little Caesars website, the hack is 100% real:

Little Caesars Pizza Party Proof program is a group loyalty program that gives back with
free pizza for all. Provide proof of purchase of 200 pizzas and earn a pizza party for up to 30 people. (Rumor has it that Little Caesar himself sometimes makes an appearance.)"

This idea of collecting tabs is 100% real. You can find them on the corner of any Little Caesars pizza boxes.

This program is great for schools, daycare centers and youth groups. It’s the perfect way to reward and motivate academic achievement, milestones and great attendance or simply celebrate the end of another great school year."

TikTok can teach you so many real life hacks, and plenty of fake ones too.

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Man Spends All Day Shoveling Snow, Surprises Girlfriend With Igloo

Zach Chin woke up one day and decided to build his girlfriend an igloo, documenting the whole experience on TikTok. In the video, he wrote that his girlfriend, Theresa Leung, had been stressed lately while studying for finals, and he wanted to help out (in the cutest way humanly possible).

Chin got up before the crack of dawn and started shoveling show for the igloo at 5:45 a.m. Talk about dedication! After over 12 hours of hard work, Chin surprised his girlfriend with the igloo, and her look of shock, awe and joy as she climbs inside is priceless.

Check out the video and pictures here.

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