Recession buster: 99 cents for a slice

According to a news report from nydailynews.com, “A buck a slice – that price is nice!”

“New Yorkers scrambling to survive the economic meltdown are flocking to pizza shops that sell slices for just 99 cents,” said the story. “I didn’t start going here until my stock portfolio took a dive,” said Mike Corbett, 60, of Rye, Westchester County. “This place has good pizza and for $1 it looks better and better.”Lines form out the door all day at the 99 Cent Fresh Pizza place near the Port Authority Bus Terminal and its sister shop on E. 43rd St. As the Daily News reported on Monday, most pizzerias have been slow to drop their prices even though flour now costs half what it did in the summer. The low prices are winning over fans in a tough economy. Most $1-a-slice fans say the pizza’s just as good as places that charge triple.”

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