Pizza Hut Makes Mighty Online Offer: "Like" Us on Facebook and Get a Free P'Zone with Any Pizza Purchase
DALLAS, Aug. 8, 2011 // PRNewswire // -- Pizza Hut this week is making an online offer that could elevate its already popular $5 P'Zone to celebrity status. Through Saturday, August 13, fans who "like" Pizza Hut on Facebook at facebook.com/pizzahut or join the Hut Lovers™ email program at pizzahut.com/deal will receive a free P'Zone with any online pizza purchase(i). More than 50,000 fans of America's most popular pizza brand on Facebook took advantage of the unbelievable offer the first day. The hunger-crushing P'Zone, the Pizza Hut take on a delicious, cheese and topping-filled calzone, is available for only $5 at participating Pizza Hut restaurants and free for a limited time.
"When it comes to unmatched taste at a great price, it doesn't get any better than the $5 P'Zone at Pizza Hut – unless we just give it away," said Kurt Kane, Chief Marketing Officer at Pizza Hut. "And that's exactly what we're doing. We know that our customers continue to face tough spending decisions in an uncertain economy, so we've decided to reward those who 'like' us on Facebook or sign up for our email program with a delicious free P'Zone when they order a pizza online. We're inviting everyone in America to take advantage of this free offer and taste the phenomenon that is the mighty Pizza Hut P'Zone."
How to Score a Free P'Zone
There are two ways to score the ultimate summer reward from Pizza Hut before the offer ends on Saturday, August 13. Facebook users can visit facebook.com/pizzahut, "like" the Pizza Hut page, and then place an online order to get the deal. Users who are already part of the nearly 4 million loyal Pizza Hut brand fans on Facebook can also claim their P'Zone prize by clicking on the "Get Your P'Zone" tab on the Pizza Hut Facebook page.
Hungry customers not on Facebook but still craving a free Pizza Hut P'Zone are also in luck. They can simply visit pizzahut.com/deal and join Hut Lovers email to get their hands on a free P'Zone. Joining Hut Lovers also gives customers access to Pizza Hut coupons, specials, promotions, announcements and event information via an email or text message. The free P'Zone is redeemable with any online pizza purchase.
Party for One
Pizza Hut is taking meal time to a whole new level by folding cheesy, meaty and supremey goodness into a calzone for one. The P'Zone is not meant to be shared, but rather enjoyed as the perfect solution to hunger cravings any time of day.
The P'Zone comes partnered with marinara dipping sauce and is available in the following recipes:
- Meaty – A total meathead: Stuffed with all your favorites - pepperoni, ham, Italian sausage, pork, beef and cheese.
- Pepperoni – For the pepperoni enthusiast: lots and lots of pepperoni and cheese.
- Supremo – Savory Italian sausage mixed with fresh green peppers and red onions in this meat-and-veggie combo.
In addition to the free offer on the Pizza Hut Facebook page and pizzahut.com/deal, customers can get their hands on the mouth-watering P'Zone today for only $5 at their nearest Pizza Hut.
About Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut, America's Favorite Pizza, delivers more pizza, pasta and wings than any other restaurant. The only pizza company to be named a top ten franchise in 2009 by Entrepreneur Magazine, Pizza Hut began 50 years ago in Wichita, Kansas, and today operates nearly 10,000 restaurants in more than 90 countries. Pizza Hut, Inc. is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE: YUM). To check out what's new at Pizza Hut visit PizzaHut.com, or keep up with the brand via its social media channels at social.PizzaHut.com
(i) To qualify for the free P'Zone offer, you must "like" Pizza Hut on its Facebook page or opt into Pizza Hut's email program between 8/7/2011 – 8/13/2011 and then redeem your free P'Zone code with any online pizza purchase made through 8/21/2011. Individualized code valid for one-time use only, submissions for the P'Zone pizza may occur. Crust availability, prices, participation, delivery and charges and minimum delivery requirements may vary.
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