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Yard Sale Pizza opens ninth pizza shop in Crofton Park

To celebrate the opening, the business will be offering one street within the shops’ delivery radius a chance to win pizza for the entire area.

Yard Sale Pizza has opened its newest shop in Crofton Park, the chain’s ninth overall location.

To celebrate the opening, the business will be offering one street within the shops’ delivery radius a chance to win pizza for the entire area. Local residents are told to nominate their street via an online form and the street with the most nominations will win.

The shop will also be offering a 50% discount for delivery orders from 22 to 24 November and again from 29 November to 1 December. To claim the discount, customers will need to sign up to their mailing list to receive a daily online discount code to use. 

Located at 393 Brockley Road, the new shop will offer delivery and collection, along with a small area for dine-in.

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