$3.80 Regular Pizzas When You Purchase A Main Every Mon-Thurs From 1 to 11 April
Pizza Hut is usually a high SES option for most students while schooling. But their limited time deal from 1 to 11 April now makes it an affordable option.
A regular-sized pizza will only cost you $3.80 with every purchase of selected mains.
Only selected pizzas available
Before you make your way to the nearest Pizza Hut, just take note that only pizzas in the classic, favourite and specialty selections are available for $3.80.
You can choose from the following classic options.
Or their favourites selections.
Sometimes, normal pizzas don’t cut it and you want a little more. Not to worry, even their specialty pizzas are part of this offer.
The only item that isn’t available is their new Ji Li Crab pizza. But considering that it’s a special edition, we can understand why it can’t go for cheap.
Deal is available with selected mains
You may think that Pizza Hut is only going to offer this deal with the most expensive mains. That’s where you’re wrong.
You can pick from a range of reasonably priced mains to go with your $3.80 pizza.
Here are the baked rice and pasta options available:
Share the meal with a friend and each of you will only have to pay around 7 dollars – roughly the price of a fast food meal.
How to get your cheap regular pizza
This offer is available for both dine-in, delivery and walk-in offers so you can have pizza anywhere during this period.
You can also order through their online delivery site or place an order directly by calling them at 62353535.
Just make sure that you quote “YAY380PIZZA” before ordering.
Available at all outlets
Don’t worry, this offer is available is at every Pizza Hut outlet.
Here are some other terms and conditions you may want to take note of:
- Self-collection only available with rice and pasta options
- 1 regular sized pizza/main (not limited to 1/person)
- Delivery minimum order and fee applies
- Not valid with other discounts and promo codes
Bring your pizza kakis for this cheap deal before it expires on 11 Apr.
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