Papa John's is taking a page from the airline industry and and testing out a "Papa Priority" fee that lets people pay $2.99 to get their pizza faster. The AP reports that the fee doesn't guarantee a specific delivery time, but sends an order to the "front of the line so that it is made faster." The option is limited to five orders each night per location and Papa John's says it's gotten "great customer reception." The pizza chain currently only offers the "Papa Priority" service in select locations, but is looking to expand its testing. This isn't the first time that a food-delivery service has attempted to profit off customers' hunger: The app Postmates implements surge pricing during particularly busy hours.