Consumerist reports that those who have the service available to them aren't exactly offering up glowing reviews. One Facebook user mentioned that PapaPriority not only doubles the delivery fee, it affects everyone from the employees in-store to the delivery person and could diminish tips. Consumerist also adds that just because pizzas are getting preferential treatment doesn't mean that they'll arrive before a certain time. So it looks like PapaPriority has a few kinks to work out before it's rolled out to every location. But hey, if you're really hungry, ponying up that extra $3 may be worth it.