Pizza Hut - 11 inch pizza for a fiver

Discussion in Expired Deals started by rachel1970 • May 3, 2012.

  1. rachel1970

    rachel1970Active Member

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    Offer expires tomorrow night! Valid on delivery or collection.

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  2. btatro

    btatroActive Member

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    UMMM are you talking a pizza at pizza hut or a sub at Subway?
     
  3. rachel1970

    rachel1970Active Member

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    Sorry, am confused - it's a pizza at Pizza Hut, I haven't mentioned Subway...:confused:
     
  4. Jessi

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    Yeah, it definitely says pizza at Pizza Hut...

    Yum! I wish we had a deal like this going on right now.
     
  5. Some1else0

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    Looks nice! Too bad that's Pizza Hut UK... (.co.uk link)
    Do you mean 5/4/12?
    The website says May 4th, 2012, which is 5-4-12, haha.
     
  6. NopGuy

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    Sucks that this is only in the UK! I wanted a 11 inch pizza for only 5 dollars...

    I probably wouldn't have gotten it anyway with how late I am to these things.
     
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    Sweet, thats dinner sorted then
     
  8. rachel1970

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    Oh! I always write dates (numerically) in the order of date/month/year. That tends to be the most common way to do it in the UK. Sorry for any confusion!