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Pizza Hut any size, any crust*, any recipe. £10.00

£10.00 @ Pizza Hut
You can choose any type of pizza you want and whatever crust you like for £10. You only have to order one pizza which is better than than 2 for x price deals. Some pizzas can cost up to £20 so £10 is … Read More
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
You can choose any type of pizza you want and whatever crust you like for £10. You only have to order one pizza which is better than than 2 for x price deals. Some pizzas can cost up to £20 so £10 is a great deal. To get the deal just go onto the website and find the offer in the main page. Avalible for collection or delivery however minimum order value of £11.99 is required for delivery. Offer ends Sunday.

*Cheesy bites cost extra
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#1
The offer disappears from the website as soon as I enter location details. Nice marketing...
#2
Works for my address too
banned 2 Likes #3
Still £7 too much.
#4
It's only bread with tomato and cheese
1 Like #5
still 8 pound 2 much
1 Like #6
It's not any pizza,customary added when you change to stuffed crust.So rubbish,why I don't use them.
#7
Just ordered a small cheese and tomato. Cost £10. No deal
#8
Working at Wolverton, Milton Keynes.
1 Like #9
Large Stuffed Crust Super Supreme, peppers swapped for Chicken = £10 @ Bradley Stoke. Nice deal, thanks OP. Also then offers any Large Classic Crust for £7.99, bargain!

Edited By: onion86 on Aug 08, 2016 18:33
2 Likes #10
Any size you say (_;)

http://www.supersizedmeals.com/food/images/articles/20071218-Worlds_Largest_Pizza_Party_1.jpg
1 Like #11
I just don't know how these guys and Dominos get business..... £10 is a good deal for a bit of dough and some toppings???? The profit margins must be HUGE for these companies....
1 Like #12
bigmaz
I just don't know how these guys and Dominos get business..... £10 is a good deal for a bit of dough and some toppings???? The profit margins must be HUGE for these companies....
There are costs associated with running a business.
Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones.
#13
naughtybunnies
bigmaz
I just don't know how these guys and Dominos get business..... £10 is a good deal for a bit of dough and some toppings???? The profit margins must be HUGE for these companies....
There are costs associated with running a business.
Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones.

Lol..... Are you having a laugh??? They are making a killing off mugs like you

"Pizza delivery firms are cashing in with a price mark-up of up to 900%, industry insiders have revealed"

I think I'll stick to my local take away, who makes the dough fresh every day, not made in a factory, they also use fresh toppings and its half the price.... They also have "Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones" to pay.

Edited By: bigmaz on Aug 09, 2016 15:09
#14
bigmaz
naughtybunnies
bigmaz
I just don't know how these guys and Dominos get business..... £10 is a good deal for a bit of dough and some toppings???? The profit margins must be HUGE for these companies....
There are costs associated with running a business.
Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones.
Lol..... Are you having a laugh??? They are making a killing off mugs like you
"Pizza delivery firms are cashing in with a price mark-up of up to 900%, industry insiders have revealed"
I think I'll stick to my local take away, who makes the dough fresh every day, not made in a factory, they also use fresh toppings and its half the price.... They also have "Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones" to pay.
http://www.pizzahutfranchise.co.uk/franchise-opportunities/
Plenty of franchise opportunities for you to cash in on that 900%.
#15
naughtybunnies
bigmaz
naughtybunnies
bigmaz
I just don't know how these guys and Dominos get business..... £10 is a good deal for a bit of dough and some toppings???? The profit margins must be HUGE for these companies....
There are costs associated with running a business.
Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones.
Lol..... Are you having a laugh??? They are making a killing off mugs like you
"Pizza delivery firms are cashing in with a price mark-up of up to 900%, industry insiders have revealed"
I think I'll stick to my local take away, who makes the dough fresh every day, not made in a factory, they also use fresh toppings and its half the price.... They also have "Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones" to pay.
http://www.pizzahutfranchise.co.uk/franchise-opportunities/
Plenty of franchise opportunities for you to cash in on that 900%.

Don't get me wrong, I would more than happy take peoples money if they are daft enough to pay it X)

Just can't believe we are living in a generation that people are saying they are skint and watching their money, but think that £10 for a bit of dough and a few toppings is a hot deal oO
#16
bigmaz
naughtybunnies
bigmaz
naughtybunnies
bigmaz
I just don't know how these guys and Dominos get business..... £10 is a good deal for a bit of dough and some toppings???? The profit margins must be HUGE for these companies....
There are costs associated with running a business.
Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones.
Lol..... Are you having a laugh??? They are making a killing off mugs like you
"Pizza delivery firms are cashing in with a price mark-up of up to 900%, industry insiders have revealed"
I think I'll stick to my local take away, who makes the dough fresh every day, not made in a factory, they also use fresh toppings and its half the price.... They also have "Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones" to pay.
http://www.pizzahutfranchise.co.uk/franchise-opportunities/
Plenty of franchise opportunities for you to cash in on that 900%.

Don't get me wrong, I would more than happy take peoples money if they are daft enough to pay it X)

Just can't believe we are living in a generation that people are saying they are skint and watching their money, but think that £10 for a bit of dough and a few toppings is a hot deal oO


I tend to not take any notice of people who slate a franchise that is allegedly raking it in but don't actually want to own one. Those people are either lying or idiots.
#17
AdamBrunt
bigmaz
naughtybunnies
bigmaz
naughtybunnies
bigmaz
I just don't know how these guys and Dominos get business..... £10 is a good deal for a bit of dough and some toppings???? The profit margins must be HUGE for these companies....
There are costs associated with running a business.
Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones.
Lol..... Are you having a laugh??? They are making a killing off mugs like you
"Pizza delivery firms are cashing in with a price mark-up of up to 900%, industry insiders have revealed"
I think I'll stick to my local take away, who makes the dough fresh every day, not made in a factory, they also use fresh toppings and its half the price.... They also have "Packaging, Staff Wages, Power, Rent, Rates, to name some of the more obvious ones" to pay.
http://www.pizzahutfranchise.co.uk/franchise-opportunities/
Plenty of franchise opportunities for you to cash in on that 900%.

Don't get me wrong, I would more than happy take peoples money if they are daft enough to pay it X)

Just can't believe we are living in a generation that people are saying they are skint and watching their money, but think that £10 for a bit of dough and a few toppings is a hot deal oO


I tend to not take any notice of people who slate a franchise that is allegedly raking it in but don't actually want to own one. Those people are either lying or idiots.


I don't follow.... I said I DID want to own one, and there is no "allegedly" about it, it is common knowledge how much profit they make, doesn't take a genius to work it out... Who is the idiot?
#18
Not happy at Pizza Hut. If your order comes to more that £20, you MUST pay by credit/debit card.
Pizza Hut sells gift cards or prepaid cards,BUT there is no gift card payment option. Seems very silly for them to sell the cards and not have any option to redeem them. They can be used in store only - what a pain.
I cannot use the gift card with Quidco or Topcashback
#19
Thanks.

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