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Sep 20, 2011

News: Pizza Hut - Any Pizza for $10 Returns

In time for football season, Pizza Hut returns their "Any Pizza for $10" deal.

For a limited-time, customers can pick any size pizza, with any crust (extra for Stuffed Crust), and any toppings (including specialty pizzas) for an even $10.

Fine print: additional charge for Stuffed Crust, some Pizza Hut restaurants might charge for extra cheese, price and participation may vary. Delivery charges may also vary.


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13 comments :

  1. this would be more appealing if the taste of these pizzas changed depending on how you order it.  they suffer from mcdonald/chef boyardee syndrome.  it all just tastes like pizza hut.

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  2. They need to be like Dominos and change the way they make pizzas. I haven't actually tried the new Dominos pizzas, but any change would be better for Pizza Hut. They don't even try. Contrast one of theirs side-by-side with a Papa Johns pizza and you'll see the difference.

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  3. the difference being them both suffering from the same issues and both being terrible?

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  4. Got coupon for $10 pizza, for eat in, carry out or delivery. Tried to order $10 pizza, was told it would cost $13 because of including the (30%) delivery charge.  The coupon clearly includes delivery in the $10 charge. Go to the web site to check. This is BAIT AND SWITCH! This corporation is lying.  I cancelled our order.  The local seemed to say the corporation calls the shots, and there is nothing they can do.  Pizza Hut please weigh in on this, because I am really beginning to doubt you  are an ethical company.

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  5. how dare they expect you to shell out 3 dollars.  Evil corporations are evil, bro

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  6. I can't remember ever not paying a delivery charge, no matter what deal they're promoting. My guess is that they're saying the actual pizza will cost $10, even if you have it delivered. The price of the pizza doesn't include tax, and a delivery charge. It's basically just another kind of tax. They have to cover their gas costs, labor, etc.

    I'm not saying you shouldn't be upset, but you shouldn't be surprised. It's all the usual BS. My suggestion... if you live close, just pick it up!

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  7. I guess I'm in the minority here, but I actually like pizza hut. I think local places and even chains like Round Table are much better, but I would never turn this stuff down. They're better than Dominos new pizza, which is still an improvement for Dominos. The best is stuffed crust though, which is obviously not included in this deal.

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  8. keep your logic out of this comment section, please

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  9. In all fairness, Dsallan may weigh to such an extent that he is unable to drive down to Pizza Hut in order to pick up his pizza pie.

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  10. My bad, I'm ashamed of myself. Obbop would probably slap me and tell me to go work in the junkyard or something else nonsensical. I'll let you get back to your generic corporate bashing now.

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  11. Upon reflection: I believe Pizza Hut (and many other retailers) has exagerated the benefit of their coupon offer - you don't really get a $10  pizza without all the extra charges.  I had just come from another experience with a hardware retailer who suggested I use nails for a nailgun that the nailgun manufacturer said might seriously maim or kill me.  Perhaps I over-reacted.  But damn - can't they just be straightforward and give an honest deal  I think Pizza Hut makes a better pzza, too.  But don't try to suggest you will deliver a pizza for $10 when you will jack up the price by 30% to get it to me. 
    dsallan

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  12. I think that's a much more reasonable way to look at things. We don't live in a perfect world, the marketing guys will always try to take advantage of you to some degree.

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