The man on TikTok continues to go viral with videos revealing fast food industry secrets and how customers can get off-menu items and discounted prices.
Jordan Howlett (@jordan_the_stallion8) has posted several videos over the last few months detailing hacks that TikToker can use to improve your fast food experience.
Howlett reveals the secrets of Subway, KFC, Five Guys, Wendy’s and many more fast food restaurants.
“I’ve been sharing fast food secrets with everyone, but fast food restaurants haven’t been very happy,” he said.
One of the major restaurants where Howlett divulged secrets was McDonald’s, where he told people which ice cream machines worked, how to get their signature apple pie or chocolate chip McFlurry, and why Sprite tasted different there. They claim there is a website to let you know.
“At this point McDonald’s reached out to me because they really wanted to know why I knew so many of their secrets,” he said in the video. My answer was, “Because I started a group in college called Fast Food Secret Club. There are only three of us, but they were very passionate in group chats.”
Recently, he posted a video about discount codes that viewers can use for takeaway orders from Domino’s. With the code, the customer can save her 40% or more on her order.
“Dominoes wouldn’t be happy with me if I told you guys this fast food secret.” bottom.
“Tell your friends. Let’s have a pizza party. Do it now before it stops working,” he said in a now-deleted post.
The original post was deleted, but someone reposted it.
Howlett says the Fast Food Secrets Club is still accepting new members, so more fast food hacks will be added to the For You page.
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