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5 Special Pizzas. 1 Special Price.

Introducing the Special Five from Pizza Hut. For a limited time we're offering five of our most popular hand-stretched 11'' Thin Italian pizzas for just £5 each. From now until 1st April tuck into the world famous Meat Feast, Margherita, Veg Supreme, Pepperoni or Hawaiian, for just a fiver each! Better still, take advantage of this outstanding offer all day, every day whether you visit the Restaurant, order for Delivery, or pop by for Collection - no voucher required!

But hurry, this offer is only available until April 1st. So what are you waiting for?

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3 Likes #1
The title is a bit misleading but you can just order from a selection of 5 pizzas at £5 each. You do not have to buy 5 pizzas at £5 and spend £25. You can just order 1 pizza at £5 and go collect it or you can order 2 pizzas at £5 each to bring the total above the minimum delivery order of £9.99 and get it delivered.:)


Edit: Just ordered 2 meat feast. Sucks that you can only get Italian because I much prefer deep pan. The pizza and topping were both burnt and the thin base and crust just don't go well with the toppings.


Edited By: PizzaHutDeal6 on Mar 05, 2012 12:40: Update
#2
yh, I didn't really know how to put it. Hopefully it make for sense now

I also see one of the mods decided to put the price at £25.00! Probably why it wasn't getting hot!
8 Likes #3
I used to consider pizzas from Pizza Hut as expensive but good quality. I have even posted a deal from Pizza Hut. But my recent experience, at least from my local branch, is that they may be lower price nowdays but the quality sucks. Independent pizza delivery businesses make better pizza for around £5 and by buying from them I would be supporting my local small shop businesses too.
1 Like #4
Persian_Gu1f
I used to consider pizzas from Pizza Hut as expensive but good quality. I have even posted a deal from Pizza Hut. But my recent experience, at least from my local branch, is that they may be lower price nowdays but the quality sucks. Independent pizza delivery businesses make better pizza for around £5 and by buying from them I would be supporting my local small shop businesses too.


I agree. Pizza Hut sometimes cheap but their quality is terrible, awful pizza.
#5
Plus unlimited salad if you eat in the restaurant! Good deal for £5, but il agree their pizzas aren't as good as they were but for £5 you can't complain
9 Likes #6
Fuu. I work there part time, influx of annoying customers incoming :p
#7
Is it def fiver eat in plus salad buffet?
1 Like #8
gadgetsgalore2011
Is it def fiver eat in plus salad buffet?

Yes, regular pizzas mean one salad bowl, large is 4 free salad bowls, trips unlimited.
#9
Is it def fiver eat in plus salad buffet?
#10
gadgetsgalore2011
Is it def fiver eat in plus salad buffet?

Yes.
This offer is available all day everyday from 5th March – 1st April 2012 inclusive and may be used in conjunction with Free Unlimited Salad within restaurants, but may not be used in conjunction with 2 for 1 or any other offer.

Good value for a restaurant pizza, not great for takeaway IMO as most places do any pizza, any size for about £7.

Edited By: odom on Mar 05, 2012 12:08
#11
Are Pizza Hut pizzas fresh or frozen?

Anyway, they're pretty nice, but I'd just go for the happy hour for an extra £1.00
#12
dominos is just so much better everyday they have an any large pizza for 8.99 just go for that the quality just blows pizza hut out of the water
#13
robg7
Are Pizza Hut pizzas fresh or frozen?

Anyway, they're pretty nice, but I'd just go for the happy hour for an extra £1.00

Fresh I believe. Yeah Happy hour is a better deal, although in theory you can't change the topics on pizzas, but you do get a drink and smaller side on top too.
#14
What's a happy hour?
#15
JazzyStahh
What's a happy hour?

Deal run on weekdays between 3-5, includes a regular pizza - either deep pan or italian with certain selection of pizzas - off the top of my head, margarita, mushroom and onion, chicken and onion, pep and jalipeno(Forgot how to spell it, gf me), or just double pepperoni, also ham and sweetcorn.

A side - either 2 garlic breads or a small set of potato wedges and a soft drink - Pepsi/max/diet/7up/tango or app/black or orange squash. <- unlimited refill on those
#16
JazzyStahh
What's a happy hour?


main + side + drink + unlimited salad £6 weekdays 3-5pm http://www.pizzahut.co.uk/restaurants/menus--deals/happy-hour.aspx
#17
Quality is inconsistent from branch to branch. Manchester Trafford Centre is terrible but Chorlton take away is nice. And both have different types of toppings available.
#18
great value when dining in once you consider the unlimited salad. Sat in telford now with a meat feast (not available in happy hour) - better than the buffet lunch.
#19
machofairy
Quality is inconsistent from branch to branch. Manchester Trafford Centre is terrible but Chorlton take away is nice. And both have different types of toppings available.


That's true too, but pizza hut delivery are actually in some cases franchises, and have different menu to the restaurants, unless you got it as a pick up take away from a restaurant.

Well I can say the one I work at, the pizzas are edible.
#20
Thanks OP
5 Likes #21
pizza hut buy in the dough frozen, it is then proofed and used within a day or two so technically fresh. toppings are fresh. the pizzas aren't as nice as they used to be as they were forced to reduce the fat content over the last few years which has made them less and less tasty in my opinion. also they seem to be using the same sauce for deep pan and italian, where deep pan used to have its own sauce which suited it better. this is all in my opinion and i no longer work there, but was there 3+ years so know what it was like, the happy hour deal is good, you get unlimited drinks, salad cart, a starter and a pizza for £6 each, so a lunch out with the missus is £12, i say lunch it is 3pm-5pm weekdays

Edited By: moneysavingtom on Mar 05, 2012 13:43
1 Like #22
Haven't been impressed with Pizza Hut for a long long time. Mind you, I think Dominoes are far far worse. Ordered a thin from Dominoes and it was as thin (and as crispy) as a cracker - kid you not.

Anyways, I can see the benefit if you're taking the kids out for lunch, but buy from a local pizzeria - quality, care and attention of a good one far outweighs the big boy franchises.

Can anyone remember the Priazzo Italian pies they used to do? Happy days!
#23
Terrible quality, not a great price for my locality, hence cold from me
#24
Used to love the buffet at Lunch at Pizza Hut but the last two times i wasn't impressed.

Quite a few of the pizzas seem to have barbecue sauce on them at the buffet and i don't like it grrr
#25
I can get buy 1 get 1 free in my local pizza delivery company for a 12" pizza for about £6 so this is still quite expensive. Plus I don't like waking up in the night gasping for water because their pizzas are way to salty.


Edited By: emiratesstadium on Mar 05, 2012 14:10: .
#26
[quote=robg7]Are Pizza Hut pizzas fresh or frozen?

Mine was hot whenever I tried!
#27
good offer
#28
Stanislavski
machofairy
Quality is inconsistent from branch to branch. Manchester Trafford Centre is terrible but Chorlton take away is nice. And both have different types of toppings available.


That's true too, but pizza hut delivery are actually in some cases franchises, and have different menu to the restaurants, unless you got it as a pick up take away from a restaurant.

Well I can say the one I work at, the pizzas are edible.


You may well be right and it does make sense. I will try the takeaway from a Pizza Hut restaurant next time to see if its any better.
#29
FunkyMonkeyDooDa
Haven't been impressed with Pizza Hut for a long long time. Mind you, I think Dominoes are far far worse. Ordered a thin from Dominoes and it was as thin (and as crispy) as a cracker - kid you not.

Anyways, I can see the benefit if you're taking the kids out for lunch, but buy from a local pizzeria - quality, care and attention of a good one far outweighs the big boy franchises.

Can anyone remember the Priazzo Italian pies they used to do? Happy days!


You've just brought back happy memories for me of the Priazzo Verona
(Delicious beef Meatballs in a pizza pie....... Never promoted in TV or instore advertising- and sunsequently discontinued due to a lack of demand :()
#30
Stanislavski
Fuu. I work there part time, influx of annoying customers incoming :p

Be a load of tight wad HUKD punters waving their grubby fivers piling the free salad two feet high and not leaving a tip....
Maybe I'm just describing me.
:D
#31
Good deal but the 6 pound happy hour deal is by far the best offer (not including pizza buffet) because you get side and main and drink all for that price. The topings are basic but can just get some salad or pasta from the salad bar and put it on your pizza.... boom! you have a new type of pizza :-D plus you can pay 1 quid more and get unlimited ice cream yeyyy!!!
[helper]#32
Nice one, thanks.
#33
jamgin
Stanislavski
Fuu. I work there part time, influx of annoying customers incoming :p


Be a load of tight wad HUKD punters waving their grubby fivers piling the free salad two feet high and not leaving a tip....
Maybe I'm just describing me.
:D

Actually whenever we use vouchers or deals at pizza hut we always tip a lot more than anywhere else (assuming good service). Whilst they were running the any pizza for £5 plus kids eat free combined we were probably tipping 20% if not more. Don't mind doing that if the overall cost of the meal including tip is still very low.
#34
Darn T&C's says you can't use a tastecard with this also would have made it even better value with 2 for 1 also!! Still hot anyhow as a standard price although better value just to use my tastecard and buy from the normal menu. Free salad not available in N.Ireland really come on like why does salad cost more here or something!!
1 Like #35
I prefer cheese and tomato on toast to pizza. I also prefer shepards pie.
#36
dona3853
jamgin
Stanislavski
Fuu. I work there part time, influx of annoying customers incoming :p
Be a load of tight wad HUKD punters waving their grubby fivers piling the free salad two feet high and not leaving a tip....Maybe I'm just describing me.:D
Actually whenever we use vouchers or deals at pizza hut we always tip a lot more than anywhere else (assuming good service). Whilst they were running the any pizza for £5 plus kids eat free combined we were probably tipping 20% if not more. Don't mind doing that if the overall cost of the meal including tip is still very low.


I can atest to that being extremely rare exception :p I'd like to think I provide the best and fastest service I can, but at the end of the day, I have maybe 4% of the money that I've earned for pizza hut as tip. Mondays are even worse, people are forever grumpy :p. Nonetheless this deal is great value, saving maybe 35% effectively on the classic pizzas.
#37
jamgin
Stanislavski
Fuu. I work there part time, influx of annoying customers incoming :p


Be a load of tight wad HUKD punters waving their grubby fivers piling the free salad two feet high and not leaving a tip....
Maybe I'm just describing me.
:D


Hey, eveyones welcome, customer interaction is what makes the job fun :p, even if no tips, if its busy its alot better rather than dead
#38
COLD!

Pizza Hut dont cook their own pizzas instore. They get the frozen ready-made from factories and then just put it through a roller that heats it up.
#39
zahidworld
COLD!

Pizza Hut dont cook their own pizzas instore. They get the frozen ready-made from factories and then just put it through a roller that heats it up.

Wrong, they proof the doughs the night before, the dough is then stored in the kitchen area, where they add the toppings on the make table to the dough, then it's put in the oven. Hence the variation in quality from different pizza huts, because the staff put the topings on the pizza
#40
Does anyone know if you can pay extra to get it with stuffed crust? I'm on my phone and can't get the web page to load. Thanks.

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