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    Pizza Hut Introduces its First $5.99 Pizza Deal Ever

  • Industry News January 11, 2018
    Pizza Hut
    Pizza Hut announced its new $5.99 Medium Two-Topping pizza deal.

    Pizza Hut announced Thursday its $5.99 Medium Two-Topping pizza deal, the first of its kind for the Yum! Brands chain. Now customers can order their favorite Medium Two-Topping Pizzas for $5.99 each with the purchase of two or more

    "Great tasting pizza at a great price is a no-brainer,” says Zipporah Allen, vice president of marketing, Pizza Hut. “We know our pizza stands above the rest, so we’re excited to give our customers an offer to satisfy their craving.”

    To enjoy this offer, guests can place an order for carryout or delivery by calling their nearest Pizza Hut location, or by ordering on Customers can also download the Pizza Hut Mobile App for iPhone and Android and click the $5.99 deal tile.

    All $5.99 pizza purchases will count toward Hut Rewards points. As the only national pizza loyalty program that rewards customers with unlimited points toward free pizza for every dollar spent on food online, Hut Rewards is the easiest way for fans to earn free Pizza Hut pizza.

    In addition to great value deals, Pizza Hut continues to make it easier for customers to get a better pizza. Over the last year, Pizza Hut rolled out a number of digital enhancements, including a Delivery Tracker that allows users to track their pizza from order to delivery. Customers can also take advantage of one-button reorder functionality, visible promise time, and voice ordering through Alexa Voice Service with Amazon Echo, Amazon Tap, Echo Dot, Amazon Fire TV and Fire tablets.

    Most recently, Pizza Hut announced a global partnership with Toyota to look at the future of pizza delivery with uses of the Toyota E-Palette, a self-driving concept vehicle.

    Earlier this year, the brand also announced the development of a new delivery algorithm that drastically improves the accuracy and reliability of deliveries, new delivery pouches able to keep pizzas up to 15 degrees hotter and a pilot test of beer and wine delivery in the U.S.

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