lunch buffet for £5 with unlimited pizza + salad when you order with Pizza Hut Restaurants in-store via Myunidays
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lunch buffet for £5 with unlimited pizza + salad when you order with Pizza Hut Restaurants in-store via Myunidays

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Found 3rd Jan
Offer is only available to verified UNiDAYS members. Valid weekdays till 3pm. Offer not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Products subject to availability. Pizza Hut Restaurants reserves the right to remove or amend this offer at any time. At participating Pizza Hut Restaurants in Scotland, England and Wales. Excludes Pizza Hut Restaurants Delivery, Butlin’s (Minehead) and Jersey (The Waterfront). Code applies a saving of £2.50 on the standard Unlimited Lunch Buffet price of £7.50. The code shown is valid for one use only. Discount is not valid on takeaway.
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Confused as to why you’ve put this as normally £25 it’s definitely not normally £25 🤣
Rich students can afford to eat out and then complain about debts.
People on benefits cannot afford a student life style and students believe they have right to 3 years of partying and the state should pay for it.

This deal discriminates against non-students. Why cannot the deal be for everyone, irrespective of gender age or employment status?
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 4th Jan
Common.Sense18 m ago

Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for l …Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for lunch is expensive for "poor" students.Do you buy branded clothes and training shoes? How about branded food? Walk around any campus and see Adidas, Nike. How about iphones or the latest Android phone? Well, to me this is no indication of poverty. I live right next to a top University and see "poor" students paying £3 for a coffee in the Campus Costa. Students have too much money, too little lecture time and too many holidays. They should be left with zero money for alcohol, eating out, branded clothes. They should work for these products and that after they pay off their loans. Why are there bars on campus if students are poor?Poor people cannot afford to go to a pub or bar or eat out. £160 for a room with ensuite and daily cleaner. Poverty?Okay, some rooms are £70 a week!So many students have cars forcing yellow lines outside my home!Within 3 years my children will be at University. I firmly believe they should pay the full cost of education and not be allowed to work overseas until they have paid off their loans in full. Student loans should be transferable to new employers to allow graduates to work overseas. Take the loan with an overseas employer, else pay UK taxes before leaving the UK.


You've got a chip on your shoulder it seems.

Let's get something straight though - there are plenty of folks on benefits who are a million miles from living in poverty. To say that this applies to them all would be generalising in the extreme.

What is equally extreme, though, is to say that on the whole "students waste their money on Nike, Adidas, Pizza Hut buffets and iPhones" - not a direct quote, but I'm paraphrasing.

Of course, there are well-off kids with student loans who don't really need them and who have no appreciation of the value of money, but as a percentage of the overall student population I would guess that the number is small and isn't a million miles from the percentage (of total benefits claimants) of total wasters claiming benefits who don't need and shouldn't get them.

The system is what it is - I fear you must live a very depressing life if you let things like this get you worked up.
Edited by: "djbenny1" 4th Jan
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Confused as to why you’ve put this as normally £25 it’s definitely not normally £25 🤣
Does anyone know if you can use this per family or is it per person ? And would anyone be able to pm me a unidays code please.
Thanks
Well its a small benefit to how over priced Uni has now become.
Drink £2.50
Rich students can afford to eat out and then complain about debts.
People on benefits cannot afford a student life style and students believe they have right to 3 years of partying and the state should pay for it.

This deal discriminates against non-students. Why cannot the deal be for everyone, irrespective of gender age or employment status?
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 4th Jan
KEEP_IT_TEA12 h, 50 m ago

Drink £2.50


Normally I fold a pizza in half, tip it up and drink the grease.
Common.Sense2 m ago

Rich students can afford to eat out and then complain about debts.People …Rich students can afford to eat out and then complain about debts.People on benefits cannot afford a student life style and students believe they have right to 3 years of partying and the state should pay for it.This deal discriminates against non-students. Why cannot the deal be for everyone, irrespective of gender age or employment status?


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Common.Sense12 m ago

Rich students can afford to eat out and then complain about debts.People …Rich students can afford to eat out and then complain about debts.People on benefits cannot afford a student life style and students believe they have right to 3 years of partying and the state should pay for it.This deal discriminates against non-students. Why cannot the deal be for everyone, irrespective of gender age or employment status?


Many students, like myself aren't 'rich'. University fees, bills and the need for shopping all mount up especially if they are in an area which perhaps has a low employment rate. The state pay a sum towards the education but so does the student. Due to the place I work, I can see that people who receive benefits get them quite generously. Its a £2.50 saving for gods Sake!
mb02118 h, 49 m ago

Does anyone know if you can use this per family or is it per person ? And …Does anyone know if you can use this per family or is it per person ? And would anyone be able to pm me a unidays code please. Thanks


Its per person, and a PM'd Unidays code wouldn't work as you have to show the app working and provide your verified student ID from the app.
Common.Sense4 h, 26 m ago

Rich students can afford to eat out and then complain about debts.People …Rich students can afford to eat out and then complain about debts.People on benefits cannot afford a student life style and students believe they have right to 3 years of partying and the state should pay for it.This deal discriminates against non-students. Why cannot the deal be for everyone, irrespective of gender age or employment status?


In the wise words of Stormzy: "Suck your mum"
Edited by: "mysterd" 4th Jan
I might just be in the "getting old" bracket but I think the last time I went for a buffet it was £5
deleted18456454th Jan

Many students, like myself aren't 'rich'. University fees, bills and the …Many students, like myself aren't 'rich'. University fees, bills and the need for shopping all mount up especially if they are in an area which perhaps has a low employment rate. The state pay a sum towards the education but so does the student. Due to the place I work, I can see that people who receive benefits get them quite generously. Its a £2.50 saving for gods Sake!



Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for lunch is expensive for "poor" students.

Do you buy branded clothes and training shoes? How about branded food? Walk around any campus and see Adidas, Nike.
How about iphones or the latest Android phone? Well, to me this is no indication of poverty. I live right next to a top University and see "poor" students paying £3 for a coffee in the Campus Costa. Students have too much money, too little lecture time and too many holidays. They should be left with zero money for alcohol, eating out, branded clothes. They should work for these products and that after they pay off their loans. Why are there bars on campus if students are poor?
Poor people cannot afford to go to a pub or bar or eat out. £160 for a room with ensuite and daily cleaner. Poverty?
Okay, some rooms are £70 a week!

So many students have cars forcing yellow lines outside my home!

Within 3 years my children will be at University. I firmly believe they should pay the full cost of education and not be allowed to work overseas until they have paid off their loans in full. Student loans should be transferable to new employers to allow graduates to work overseas. Take the loan with an overseas employer, else pay UK taxes before leaving the UK.
Common.Sense14 m ago

Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for l …Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for lunch is expensive for "poor" students.Do you buy branded clothes and training shoes? How about branded food? Walk around any campus and see Adidas, Nike. How about iphones or the latest Android phone? Well, to me this is no indication of poverty. I live right next to a top University and see "poor" students paying £3 for a coffee in the Campus Costa. Students have too much money, too little lecture time and too many holidays. They should be left with zero money for alcohol, eating out, branded clothes. They should work for these products and that after they pay off their loans. Why are there bars on campus if students are poor?Poor people cannot afford to go to a pub or bar or eat out. £160 for a room with ensuite and daily cleaner. Poverty?Okay, some rooms are £70 a week!So many students have cars forcing yellow lines outside my home!Within 3 years my children will be at University. I firmly believe they should pay the full cost of education and not be allowed to work overseas until they have paid off their loans in full. Student loans should be transferable to new employers to allow graduates to work overseas. Take the loan with an overseas employer, else pay UK taxes before leaving the UK.

Maybe we should tie students to the chairs, keep their eyes forced open and inject lectures directly into their brains too. Just incase any of them might fail
Common.Sense18 m ago

Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for l …Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for lunch is expensive for "poor" students.Do you buy branded clothes and training shoes? How about branded food? Walk around any campus and see Adidas, Nike. How about iphones or the latest Android phone? Well, to me this is no indication of poverty. I live right next to a top University and see "poor" students paying £3 for a coffee in the Campus Costa. Students have too much money, too little lecture time and too many holidays. They should be left with zero money for alcohol, eating out, branded clothes. They should work for these products and that after they pay off their loans. Why are there bars on campus if students are poor?Poor people cannot afford to go to a pub or bar or eat out. £160 for a room with ensuite and daily cleaner. Poverty?Okay, some rooms are £70 a week!So many students have cars forcing yellow lines outside my home!Within 3 years my children will be at University. I firmly believe they should pay the full cost of education and not be allowed to work overseas until they have paid off their loans in full. Student loans should be transferable to new employers to allow graduates to work overseas. Take the loan with an overseas employer, else pay UK taxes before leaving the UK.


You've got a chip on your shoulder it seems.

Let's get something straight though - there are plenty of folks on benefits who are a million miles from living in poverty. To say that this applies to them all would be generalising in the extreme.

What is equally extreme, though, is to say that on the whole "students waste their money on Nike, Adidas, Pizza Hut buffets and iPhones" - not a direct quote, but I'm paraphrasing.

Of course, there are well-off kids with student loans who don't really need them and who have no appreciation of the value of money, but as a percentage of the overall student population I would guess that the number is small and isn't a million miles from the percentage (of total benefits claimants) of total wasters claiming benefits who don't need and shouldn't get them.

The system is what it is - I fear you must live a very depressing life if you let things like this get you worked up.
Edited by: "djbenny1" 4th Jan
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Common.Sense1 h, 9 m ago

Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for l …Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for lunch is expensive for "poor" students.Do you buy branded clothes and training shoes? How about branded food? Walk around any campus and see Adidas, Nike. How about iphones or the latest Android phone? Well, to me this is no indication of poverty. I live right next to a top University and see "poor" students paying £3 for a coffee in the Campus Costa. Students have too much money, too little lecture time and too many holidays. They should be left with zero money for alcohol, eating out, branded clothes. They should work for these products and that after they pay off their loans. Why are there bars on campus if students are poor?Poor people cannot afford to go to a pub or bar or eat out. £160 for a room with ensuite and daily cleaner. Poverty?Okay, some rooms are £70 a week!So many students have cars forcing yellow lines outside my home!Within 3 years my children will be at University. I firmly believe they should pay the full cost of education and not be allowed to work overseas until they have paid off their loans in full. Student loans should be transferable to new employers to allow graduates to work overseas. Take the loan with an overseas employer, else pay UK taxes before leaving the UK.



djbenny13 h, 6 m ago

You've got a chip on your shoulder it seems.Let's get something straight …You've got a chip on your shoulder it seems.Let's get something straight though - there are plenty of folks on benefits who are a million miles from living in poverty. To say that this applies to them all would be generalising in the extreme.What is equally extreme, though, is to say that on the whole "students waste their money on Nike, Adidas, Pizza Hut buffets and iPhones" - not a direct quote, but I'm paraphrasing.Of course, there are well-off kids with student loans who don't really need them and who have no appreciation of the value of money, but as a percentage of the overall student population I would guess that the number is small and isn't a million miles from the percentage (of total benefits claimants) of total wasters claiming benefits who don't need and shouldn't get them.The system is what it is - I fear you must live a very depressing life if you let things like this get you worked up.


I do not have a chip on my shoulder. I have 2 degrees and live opposite one of the best Universities in England.
My education was free, but I paid more than the cost in taxes. It is just fun to wind you up, and you guys get wound up.

It is nice to see students living in rental houses that cost more than £500k. Such rich parents looking after their children.
Well, if they manage to get the A*AA to get in many of these courses, I too would be proud and happily pay £170 a week for a onsite room and pay the tuition fees in advance - no loan required. But I would not give money to buy designer goods or get drunk. Sorry, son, you want extra in life, learn to earn it! I would say, tutor a 10 year old for the 11+ and charge £30 an hour, far better than working in the local Tesco.

Then again, something in me says inheritance tax should be 99%. I am self made. If I provide my children with an education, they too should be self made.

I see designer clothes, Sky television and iphone users who are on benefits or subsidised council houses. This I find wrong.
Council houses should be for a maximum of two years and never for life.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 4th Jan
Common.Sense5 h, 59 m ago

I do not have a chip on my shoulder. I have 2 degrees and live opposite …I do not have a chip on my shoulder. I have 2 degrees and live opposite one of the best Universities in England.My education was free, but I paid more than the cost in taxes. It is just fun to wind you up, and you guys get wound up.It is nice to see students living in rental houses that cost more than £500k. Such rich parents looking after their children.Well, if they manage to get the A*AA to get in many of these courses, I too would be proud and happily pay £170 a week for a onsite room and pay the tuition fees in advance - no loan required. But I would not give money to buy designer goods or get drunk. Sorry, son, you want extra in life, learn to earn it! I would say, tutor a 10 year old for the 11+ and charge £30 an hour, far better than working in the local Tesco.Then again, something in me says inheritance tax should be 99%. I am self made. If I provide my children with an education, they too should be self made.I see designer clothes, Sky television and iphone users who are on benefits or subsidised council houses. This I find wrong.Council houses should be for a maximum of two years and never for life.


What makes you think students are all poor? There are students who work and earn well part time and full time in their holidays to afford these privileges.
The student loans get paid back with interest, last time i checked this was over 6%.

Don't see how someone doing well can be jelous of a student personally.
Do lunch buffets include gluten free pizza? Or do they cost extra?
Common.Sense4th Jan

Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for l …Poor students should not be able to afford £5 lunch at Pizza Hut. £5 for lunch is expensive for "poor" students.Do you buy branded clothes and training shoes? How about branded food? Walk around any campus and see Adidas, Nike. How about iphones or the latest Android phone? Well, to me this is no indication of poverty. I live right next to a top University and see "poor" students paying £3 for a coffee in the Campus Costa. Students have too much money, too little lecture time and too many holidays. They should be left with zero money for alcohol, eating out, branded clothes. They should work for these products and that after they pay off their loans. Why are there bars on campus if students are poor?Poor people cannot afford to go to a pub or bar or eat out. £160 for a room with ensuite and daily cleaner. Poverty?Okay, some rooms are £70 a week!So many students have cars forcing yellow lines outside my home!Within 3 years my children will be at University. I firmly believe they should pay the full cost of education and not be allowed to work overseas until they have paid off their loans in full. Student loans should be transferable to new employers to allow graduates to work overseas. Take the loan with an overseas employer, else pay UK taxes before leaving the UK.


Why don't you become a student then. You are also entitled to become one. And everyone is entitled to a decent life or at least a chance at having one. If they are being propped up by their parents or a job and able to afford cars that is their prerogative. They are contributing to do so. I can guarantee that isn't the situation most students are in.

One thing that has gone unchallenged is your claim about working overseas. What if they are earning more overseas and paying back more of their student loan than a job in this country? Not to mention everybody has a deficit and it'll reduce our burden on entry-level employees trying to get on the housing ladder.
rvnmax7 h, 51 m ago

Why don't you become a student then. You are also entitled to become one. …Why don't you become a student then. You are also entitled to become one. And everyone is entitled to a decent life or at least a chance at having one. If they are being propped up by their parents or a job and able to afford cars that is their prerogative. They are contributing to do so. I can guarantee that isn't the situation most students are in.One thing that has gone unchallenged is your claim about working overseas. What if they are earning more overseas and paying back more of their student loan than a job in this country? Not to mention everybody has a deficit and it'll reduce our burden on entry-level employees trying to get on the housing ladder.


If a person studies medicine, it may cost UK plc £500,000. The student loan does not cover it. By working overseas UK plc has lost. So, I say, you may work overseas, but pay back the full £500k first. May be the overseas employer will pay or loan this. The typical student does not consider it.
I would not invest £500k on my employee if he can leave me the next day.
Many pilots pay for their training costs. Why do they do so?

Before a degree is undertaken, the full cost should be declared and marked as a "loan". You cannot leave the country and work elsewhere unless this has been paid off in full (or via a loan transferred and underwritten).
David Beckham studies may cost less than the £9k fees. In this case as long as the fees continue to be paid they can work overseas. Any figure above the £9k per year needs to be paid back as it is a subsidy.

I have 2 degrees - enough! I can get the codes via my children.
My degrees were free and I paid off many times the cost in taxes, paying at the higher rates.
I agree my children must pay for their degrees. I believe they should pay the full cost and not be permitted to work overseas unless they pay off their loan in full. It is not correct UK plc pays to educate them and they pay taxes elsewhere.

The UK is obsessed with a housing ladder. Learn to rent.
I actually favour 99% inheritance tax. Why should someone expect to leave their home to their child?
They should be self made and earn their own money. A dementia tax is fair. Why should the state pay if you have assets to pay? If children think there is a right to inherit, why do they not have the legal obligation to look after their own parents in their old age?
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 11th Jan
gpawan4th Jan

What makes you think students are all poor? There are students who work …What makes you think students are all poor? There are students who work and earn well part time and full time in their holidays to afford these privileges.The student loans get paid back with interest, last time i checked this was over 6%. Don't see how someone doing well can be jelous of a student personally.



Students generally plead poverty yet sponge off working people. If they are rich or well off, why complain about student loans? They do not need to pay 6% as they can get a cheaper loan elsewhere - but then it becomes a real loan and not on that is written off and most do not repay in full.

The future of University is podcasts and 1 month residential sessions. Students stay at home and study at other times.
End of the University of Parties at tax payers' expense.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 11th Jan
Common.Sense11th Jan

If a person studies medicine, it may cost UK plc £500,000. The student …If a person studies medicine, it may cost UK plc £500,000. The student loan does not cover it. By working overseas UK plc has lost. So, I say, you may work overseas, but pay back the full £500k first. May be the overseas employer will pay or loan this. The typical student does not consider it.I would not invest £500k on my employee if he can leave me the next day.Many pilots pay for their training costs. Why do they do so?Before a degree is undertaken, the full cost should be declared and marked as a "loan". You cannot leave the country and work elsewhere unless this has been paid off in full (or via a loan transferred and underwritten). David Beckham studies may cost less than the £9k fees. In this case as long as the fees continue to be paid they can work overseas. Any figure above the £9k per year needs to be paid back as it is a subsidy.I have 2 degrees - enough! I can get the codes via my children.My degrees were free and I paid off many times the cost in taxes, paying at the higher rates. I agree my children must pay for their degrees. I believe they should pay the full cost and not be permitted to work overseas unless they pay off their loan in full. It is not correct UK plc pays to educate them and they pay taxes elsewhere.The UK is obsessed with a housing ladder. Learn to rent.I actually favour 99% inheritance tax. Why should someone expect to leave their home to their child?They should be self made and earn their own money. A dementia tax is fair. Why should the state pay if you have assets to pay? If children think there is a right to inherit, why do they not have the legal obligation to look after their own parents in their old age?



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It's £163,000 that isn't covered by the loans. £111k of this goes to the placement provider, and so some of that goes into the resources used by the trainee medic in helping patients without further pay. You are correct that the employers could choose to implement a system whereby it's employees (doctors) would be worse off. But then they wouldn't be able to complain when there is an even bigger shortage of doctors as more and more are being put off by the profession. In the current system, they pay their share of this non-loan funding with their taxes like everyone else. Every job has a training period, most with pay which is equivalent to the rest of the grants and bursaries.
If it was a situation that the country would benefit by providing a better deal to pilots as they train, then that wouldn't be a bad idea.

So then what's the problem. Everyone benefits from these sorts of deals at this point in their life when they aren't earning as much as everyone else. You can ask Pizza Hut why they do this. According to many others on here, student deals exist as a way of buying loyalty while students are shopping around for the first time. But other economic theories exist: economicshelp.org/blo…ss/

I didn't mean to make a point about housing ladder. I should have said housing market. The debate about renting v buying and inheritance tax is not needed here.
There are fewer places for medicine than applicants. Most applicants going for interview claim they want to work for the NHS. They do not say they want to work overseas when they qualify. They should sign up to what they claim. No UK doctor should be allowed to leave the UK unless they have paid off the full training cost. One way is to make the new employer underwrite the loan. Third world countries should do the same to stop the UK "stealing" their doctors.

Training a Pizza Hut person does not cost the same a doctor.
Would you train your employee and spend £163k on them and say you are free to leave the day you finish your training?
No, I bet you would not. You expect payback. I say the pay back is at least 20 years service.
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