Pizza Hut charges $10 for large pizzas with three toppings or less, but ups the price to $12 for specialty pizzas. Josh checks in with the simple yet astute tip to avoid ordering a specialty by name, instead just getting the the three toppings to make the pizza qualify for a $10 order. [More]
Chuck enjoyed Pizza Hut’s supreme pizza, especially via its $10-a-pie promotion. But a new advertising campaign, in which the mega-chain claims to be slashing prices on all its pizzas, has made his supreme cost $12 instead of $10 because it surpasses the new three-topping threshold. [More]
Alisha was disappointed to find out Pizza Hut’s “Any Pizza, Any Crust, Any Size, Any Topping” for $10″ deal isn’t quite as all-encompassing as it promises. [More]
Brooke says she stopped Pizza Hut from short-changing her on soda on a late night pizza run. Her plight demonstrates that it’s handy to keep your algebra skills sharp. [More]
Dave, the guy who get an online Pizza Hut coupon to work, is now an unofficial quality assurance freelancer for the corporation.