dealspizza hut, any large 2-topping pizza for $7.99…

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Boooooooooo, Pizza Hut! Just as well, not valid on stuffed crust.

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IMy husband manages a hut. if this is the deal I think it is you HAVE to call for it and you HAVE to say you want the "Hut Lovers Deal" they will not tell you the deal exists, its supposed to be something you have a codeword to get, and they tell you the code right over the TV commercial but people still call expecting to get it without saying the deal code.

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@akanechan13: This is from the promotional email they sent me as a member of their Hut Lovers Club. Those ordering online ought to be able to use this link to order if the stores in their area are participating. There's no code mentioned in the email. YMMV.

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Uhh... It's a good deal for a 2-topping, but "$2 more for a specialty" is normal price ($10 any large)

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@akanechan13: I too manage a hut but we do not require a code word or anything. They just have to ask for the "Hut lovers" deal. Then they get outraged when another topping brings it to $10 lol... LOVE MY JOB!

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Unless you consider cheese a 'topping' then that's extra. Is cheese REALLY that expensive? What a joke.

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@pleepleus: Actually, cheese is pretty expensive. I used to be annoyed that pizza places charged me the same price to add onion to my pizza as to add Italian sausage or bacon. (begin rant) But veggies have gotten so expensive that, while it's still a pretty big upcharge from what they pay wholesale, it isn't as ridiculous anymore. I bought a regular yellow onion ($.89) three small tomatoes ($2.15) and a bell pepper ($.89) last night. The tomatoes were the same price per pound as the pork chops I bought. America isn't fat because we are lazy, or because we like large sodas and pizza. Americans are fat because I can buy an entire hamburger (with onions) for the same price as a single onion. (end rant)

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@moondrake: Where do you buy veggies? It definitely isn't Aldi. (I suggest going there, amazing produce prices)

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@pleepleus: Cheese is on the pizza and you get 2 additional toppings...

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@jethroop369: There are no Aldi's where I live. We have one big name supermarket chain, on the expensive side but it's the only one that carries all the products I use regularly. We have a couple of chains aimed at the large Hispanic market and Walmart. I don't live in farm country so the few locally grown produce booths at the farmers markets charge about 150% of what the supermarket charges. Unless it is a bumper crop in season or a loss leader, most produce is $1.50+lb no matter where you shop. I saw a big pile of green beans with a $3lb price on it and I wondered how many were going to spoil at that price. It makes it very expensive to eat healthy.

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@fapsausss: Just to confirm is it 2.00 for every additional topping? The title is a little unclear.

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@akanechan13: Just to clarify the "code word" is just "hut lovers deal," right?

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@erikull: No, it's $2 for all the toppings you can cram on there. PH has been running a $10 "your choice" deal for a long time to try to keep up with PJ and Dominoes deals.

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@moondrake: Oh, hm. Interesting. That is totally worth the two extra dollars imo.

So this isn't a new deal then, really? you can just walk in and get a large toppings of your choice for 10.00 anytime?

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@jethroop369: Maybe it's just the Aldi stores near me, but while the prices for the produce are amazing, the produce itself is anything but. We try to get our produce from Costco when we can, as the prices and quality are great.

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@wastedlife: Costco's produce is great, but living alone I almost never manage to get all the way through a package and end up having to throw some of it out. Every once in a while I go halvsies with a friend on their stuff, but it's not usually convenient.

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@erikull: In my area, yes. I don't know if that is true everywhere. We have a big military base, the biggest Army base in the country I hear, and pizza is extremely competitive here. I was shocked at the slow and disinterested service I got in Austin at Christmastime at a Dominoes, no store would survive like that here. If I call or order online then leave immediately it is ready and waiting when I get there ten minutes later at any of the pizza chains. Pizza Hut was getting beaten up by Papa John's and Dominoes for a long time here before they dropped their prices to a similar amount.

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@moondrake: Have a small family, so we have more of a fighting chance to get through Costco's large packaging. Where it really saves us though is frozen stuff. We have a chest freezer full of stuff from there.

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@fapsausss: Ugh, do not remind me of my almost 4 years served at a Pizza Hut. I attribute that job for my profound hatred of all mankind.

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Just worked at Pizza Hut in SSF :) Called it in.

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@erikull: No, if you get more than two toppings, its $10 for however many toppings you want. I am still surprised how many people don't know about the $10 deal.. $10, hand tossed, pan or thin and crispy with literally, whatever you want. Some stores limit you to 9 or 10 toppings because the computer only lets you put that many in(we don't do that)