dealspizza hut $5 all you can eat lunch buffet with…

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The fine print says "This e-mail was sent to sachin123@gmail.com by Pizza Hut®. To ensure delivery to your inbox, please add pizzahut@pizzahutoffers.com to your address book. You are receiving this e-mail because you asked us to notify you about special Pizza Hut® offers."

Are they going to take a million of these printed from one dude's email? Luckily there's no barcode, so I guess it's worth a shot...

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@smtatertot13: Just cut out the coupon and throw the rest of the page away. It's not that hard.

P.S. WOW, what an ink-waster!!! It's all one huge image. Will probably cost $2 in ink even in B&W. Just right-click the coupon and open the image in its own tab. Then print JUST the coupon.

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My locla Pizza Hut offers $5 lunch buffet Monday-Thursday from 11-1. I take the kids every few weeks. Since two of them are free, all 5 of us can eat for $15 + drinks (but we normally just get water).

Sometimes, I get offers in the mail from Pizza Hut for a free drink with the buffet with up to 4 uses per coupon.

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@omnichad: Thanks for clarifying that cutting things with scissors isn't that hard. Needed that.

My post had 2 points to make. 1) For those who stick to a certain moral code, they may want to be aware of the text regarding how this deal was disseminated. I'm not judging I'm not saying do it/don't do it. I'm just saying. 2) People sharing deals on a large scale that were only meant for a certain person/group (in this case, those who gave their email address, etc.) is a lot of the reason that certain merchants don't do deals anymore or have had to go way out of their way to limit the deals in siginificant ways. While I don't expect this one to break the Pizza bank, I'm just saying...

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awesome deal pizza hut isn't going broke anytime soon.

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@smtatertot13: Imagined moral issue. This isn't an exclusive deal for that person or an intended population...it's just a mailing list.

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nowadays, I think they expect deals to be shared...lol...you don't think their marketing departments know about sites like woot!?

Great deal, thanks for posting.

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@omnichad: you mean I should just print this right?

Cash value 1/20 cent. so if I print 20 of these, will I get a cent? Why do they have that fine print? Why not say "no cash value"?

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Good deal.. but you have eat at Pizza Hut to get it.

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@omnichad: Thanks for the "NPC International locations"!

None in California = Sux

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@k87: In some states, coupons are required to have a minimum cash value. This goes way back to the days of trading stamps, which actually were exchangeable for goods or cash.

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@witteeric: I have a friend that manages our local pizza hut and he told me there resteraunt has been in the red for three years.

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Just the coupon image for printing:

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I wish they had this buffet for dinner as well. Great place for a date...

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Son of a B, I just paid $8.49 for the same damn thing today. BASTARDS!!!!!!!!

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Drat, there aren't NPC owned in Ohio.

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Interesting that they have a To-Go option for an all you can eat.
Does that mean I can come in with some boxes and take as much as I can carry?

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None in my area, BOOO. Might print it and take it to the local PH near base to see if they'll honor it anyway. Worth a shot.

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Print and use as many as you want. That drink you have to buy at $2.49 or more is making them more profit than the buffet ever would have anyway. And even at $5 for the buffet they're still making a profit off that part, too.

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@czupik: yes but one poorly owned pizza hut franchise doesn't constitute an entire establishment from going out of business

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@k87: some states require coupons have a cash value. To go around this silly law, most places will put a super low cash value amount so as no one will bother cashing them in.

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Pizza Hut in this area doesnt even do Buffet.
I have to go to Round Table or worse, Mountain Mikes.