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Pizza Hut any pizza, any size £5.99 (Collection only)

£5.99 @ Pizza Hut
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Fantastic price if you live near a Pizza Hut.
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41 Likes
This is totally superb price. But it does show you how we are all being ripped off by Pizza Hut, Papa John, Domino etc when they charge £17 odds for a pizza!
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M_z
MCGONIS
This is totally superb price. But it does show you how we are all being ripped off by Pizza Hut, Papa John, Domino etc when they charge £17 odds for a pizza!
Yes, indeed, you can buy the ingredients to make four pizzas far nicer than Pizza Huts ones in a supermarket for under £5 - plus a bit of effort and electricity. Their markup must be enormous, given that they probably buy the raw ingredients for pennies!

They're a business, of course the markup is massive.
When you really can't be bothered to make dough, letting it prove, letting it rest, cooking the sauce, prepping the toppings, cooking your own pizza after work, a large Pizza Hut for £5.99 is a pretty appealing offer :D
7 Likes
Previous £5.99 deal never ended. Duplicate post.
6 Likes
Still overpriced! I don't honestly know how Pizza Hut is still going? If you want a pizza, get to the Asda pizza counter, much nicer and cheaper!

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41 Likes #1
This is totally superb price. But it does show you how we are all being ripped off by Pizza Hut, Papa John, Domino etc when they charge £17 odds for a pizza!
4 Likes #2
Please note that Pizza Hut only does two sizes small and large which is actually a medium in old money. So you are actually getting a medium pizza at this price.
#3
Funny how when I go to place an order the normal prices come up for collection not £5.99.... not sure if that means its not working in my area
1 Like #4
sparx1981
Funny how when I go to place an order the normal prices come up for collection not £5.99.... not sure if that means its not working in my area


It only works for take away restaurants, so try choosing a pizza hut that does not have dine in when you enter your location
1 Like #5
Offer ends tomorrow
1 Like #6
sparx1981
Funny how when I go to place an order the normal prices come up for collection not £5.99.... not sure if that means its not working in my area

T&C's say... Only valid in participating Pizza Hut Delivery stores. Offer not valid at any Pizza Hut Express Stores, Butlins, Thorpe Park, Jersey or Republic or Ireland.

Guess it's not every store then, annoying how there isn't a list of the ones participating.
1 Like #7
dush_yant
sparx1981
Funny how when I go to place an order the normal prices come up for collection not £5.99.... not sure if that means its not working in my area
It only works for take away restaurants, so try choosing a pizza hut that does not have dine in when you enter your location

Need to click on the deals page and select the £5.99 deal for it to work
1 Like #8
This has been going for the past month. Runs out tomorrow.
#9
Offer not on at Llanelli or Carmarthen.
3 Likes #10
MCGONIS
This is totally superb price. But it does show you how we are all being ripped off by Pizza Hut, Papa John, Domino etc when they charge £17 odds for a pizza!

Yes, indeed, you can buy the ingredients to make four pizzas far nicer than Pizza Huts ones in a supermarket for under £5 - plus a bit of effort and electricity. Their markup must be enormous, given that they probably buy the raw ingredients for pennies!
1 Like #11
How am I only finding out about this now!
9 Likes #12
M_z
MCGONIS
This is totally superb price. But it does show you how we are all being ripped off by Pizza Hut, Papa John, Domino etc when they charge £17 odds for a pizza!
Yes, indeed, you can buy the ingredients to make four pizzas far nicer than Pizza Huts ones in a supermarket for under £5 - plus a bit of effort and electricity. Their markup must be enormous, given that they probably buy the raw ingredients for pennies!

They're a business, of course the markup is massive.
When you really can't be bothered to make dough, letting it prove, letting it rest, cooking the sauce, prepping the toppings, cooking your own pizza after work, a large Pizza Hut for £5.99 is a pretty appealing offer :D
7 Likes #13
Previous £5.99 deal never ended. Duplicate post.
#14
chimp14uk
Offer not on at Llanelli or Carmarthen.
It's not advertised at my local or on the website. I phoned up and they said they'd do it.
#15
voted hot... great deal but horrible pizzas
#16
This offer has been on for over 2 months now, I treated myself last week. I don't know how they justify £18 for the same pizza in the restaurants?
2 Likes #17
great deal. but let's be serious here... pizza hut is no Domino's.
1 Like #18
Thanks OP
4 Likes #19
maltikism
great deal. but let's be serious here... pizza hut is no Domino's.
really? I think Domino's are at the bottom imo
banned 2 Likes #20
djh1975
This offer has been on for over 2 months now, I treated myself last week. I don't know how they justify £18 for the same pizza in the restaurants?
It's the minimum wage crippling their profit margins.
1 Like #21
Crap service and disappointing pizza last time I got this deal, won't bother with Pizza Hut anymore, even at this great price.
1 Like #22
My local posted menu's out with the deals listed, this offer is on until the 26/2/17, which is great timing as my youngest has asked for a pizza party for her birthday the weekend before! Lots of £5.99 pizzas being ordered.
#23
johnthehuman
dush_yant
sparx1981
Funny how when I go to place an order the normal prices come up for collection not £5.99.... not sure if that means its not working in my areahttp://imagehosting24.click/images/157248.png
It only works for take away restaurants, so try choosing a pizza hut that does not have dine in when you enter your location
Need to click on the deals page and select the £5.99 deal for it to work
appreciate this info :)
op heat added!
1 Like #24
Voted Hot but I prefer Pizza Go Go pizzas personally and the same price
1 Like #25
What confuses me is how one of the easiest meals to make costs so farkin much.

Admittedly to make pizzas at home you need a good selection of fresh toppings and if you're lazy, some pizza bases to hand. Saying that I doubt their toppings are 'fresh'.

Edited By: supermann on Jan 30, 2017 18:51
1 Like #26
maltikism
great deal. but let's be serious here... pizza hut is no Domino's.


Correct. If you finish a Pizza Hut pizza you aren't still starving afterwards.
#27
The main reason I order from Pizza Hut is because of the deep pan pizza. Does anyone know of any other take away that does deep pan?

Edited By: dush_yant on Jan 30, 2017 19:19
#28
dush_yant
The main reason I order from Pizza Hut is because of the deep pan pizza. Does anyone know of any other take away that does deep pan?

What, in the world?
2 Likes #29
Adopted_Scouser
How am I only finding out about this now!


Probably because you don't read HUKD enough............

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pizza-hut-any-pizza-any-size-collection-only-5-99-2592294
6 Likes #30
Still overpriced! I don't honestly know how Pizza Hut is still going? If you want a pizza, get to the Asda pizza counter, much nicer and cheaper!
4 Likes #31
subway are the worst for over charging.... £5.20 for a footlong consisting of a bread roll (a nice quality bread roll admittedly) and some pre-prepared chopped up veg and so on, which all seems to be done in a factory as the staff just open bags of the stuff and stick it in. I'd expect the actual cost of the contents is about £0.30. Of course I can't really evidence this or prove it.

The foreign owned cinemas get a bit of stick (not nearly enough mind you) for their ticket/food prices. The mark up on popcorn alone as an example is usually in the region of 600% !! Is about time we started giving Domino's, Pizza Hut, Subway, Cinemas etc more grief?
#32
MCGONIS
This is totally superb price. But it does show you how we are all being ripped off by Pizza Hut, Papa John, Domino etc when they charge £17 odds for a pizza!

No shoooooooooot!. :-(

:-)
1 Like #33
dush_yant
The main reason I order from Pizza Hut is because of the deep pan pizza. Does anyone know of any other take away that does deep pan?

Your local supermarket should have a Chicago Town deep pan pizza :) Save yourself a fortune? :)
1 Like #34
noahsdad
The foreign owned cinemas get a bit of stick (not nearly enough mind you) for their ticket/food prices. The mark up on popcorn alone as an example is usually in the region of 600% !! Is about time we started giving Domino's, Pizza Hut, Subway, Cinemas etc more grief?

i went to my local Vue cinema a few weeks ago, my buddy got their special offer of a 6" hotdog + drink for 'just' £9.45 :o
i couldnt justify paying any of their food/drink prices,
also i noticed their bags of Maynards wine gums etc were £3.99 for the same size bag (160g-190g) they sell in the supermarkets for £1.48 which are often on offer for £1 or less

Edited By: cainer1 on Jan 30, 2017 20:39
2 Likes #35
M_z
MCGONIS
This is totally superb price. But it does show you how we are all being ripped off by Pizza Hut, Papa John, Domino etc when they charge £17 odds for a pizza!
Yes, indeed, you can buy the ingredients to make four pizzas far nicer than Pizza Huts ones in a supermarket for under £5 - plus a bit of effort and electricity. Their markup must be enormous, given that they probably buy the raw ingredients for pennies!

Did you build your own smartphone or laptop, and write your own operating system?

Some of us DON'T want to make our own pizzas!
#36
It's been this price for ages
#37
Gollywood
M_z
MCGONIS
This is totally superb price. But it does show you how we are all being ripped off by Pizza Hut, Papa John, Domino etc when they charge £17 odds for a pizza!
Yes, indeed, you can buy the ingredients to make four pizzas far nicer than Pizza Huts ones in a supermarket for under £5 - plus a bit of effort and electricity. Their markup must be enormous, given that they probably buy the raw ingredients for pennies!
Did you build your own smartphone or laptop, and write your own operating system?
Some of us DON'T want to make our own pizzas!

Like me. :-)

Only difference is, I'm only interested in eating it instead ..... (_;)
3 Likes #38
Well despite everyone claiming it was crap pizza, overpriced, blah blah, it was worth it, zero cooking and I'm full to the brim with £5.99 pizza. Nom.
#39
cainer1
also I noticed their bags of Maynards wine gums etc were £3.99 for the same size bag (160g-190g) they sell in the supermarkets for £1.48 which are often on offer for £1 or less
Wait until you see the markup on popcorn. It costs the cinema about £0.01 to make and they sell it for £5.00. Crazy!
3 Likes #40
This is a great recipe for making a few pizza bases, and as already said is very cheap to make!

Ingredients
• 800g strong white bread flour
• 200g fine ground semolina flour or strong white bread flour
• 1 level tablespoon fine sea salt
• 2 x 7g sachets of dried yeast
• 1 tablespoon golden caster sugar
• around 650ml lukewarm water

http://www.jamieshomecookingskills.com/recipe.php?title=basic-pizza-dough

Edited By: dj_lloyde on Jan 30, 2017 22:07

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