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[Pizza Hut] $5, $5, $5 - Its back (Contactless delivery and take out available)

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[Pizza Hut] $5, $5, $5 - Its back (Contactless delivery and take out available)

Just saw this in my app. $5, $5, $5 is back at Pizza Hut. Order any large pizza and receive the 2nd, 3rd or 4th medium for $5 (of equal or lesser value).
Pizza Hut now has contactless delivery and take out.
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torpdude wrote: Just saw this in my app. $5, $5, $5 is back at Puzza Hut. Order any large pizza and receive the 2nd, 3rd or 4th medium for $5 (of equal or lesser value).
Pizza Hut now has contactless delivery and take out.
Sorry OP, not a spelling nazi but Puzza made me LOL.
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kr0zet wrote: Sorry OP, not a spelling nazi but Puzza made me LOL.
Thx. Corrected. That's what happens when I dont wear my reading glasses! Lol
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I called 3 pizza huts last week about their "contactless" pickup and how it works. The employees had no clue what what I was talking about for all 3 stores. They said it's only for delivery.

Domino's has contactless curbside pickup as well where they drop the pizza off on the hood of your car when you arrive according to the website. But if you call dominos, they have no clue about the procedure.

It seems to me all these companies are merely using "contactless" as a marketing term with no changes actually implemented.
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dangerousfob wrote:
It seems to me all these companies are merely using "contactless" as a marketing term with no changes actually implemented.

Pretty much!!
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dangerousfob wrote: I called 3 pizza huts last week about their "contactless" pickup and how it works. The employees had no clue what what I was talking about for all 3 stores. They said it's only for delivery.

Domino's has contactless curbside pickup as well where they drop the pizza off on the hood of your car when you arrive according to the website. But if you call dominos, they have no clue about the procedure.

It seems to me all these companies are merely using "contactless" as a marketing term with no changes actually implemented.
I've had the opposite. We ordered a few times from Pizza Hut and Toppers. They leave the stuff on the deck and leave.
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Went to Pizza Hut yesterday. Walked in, told them my name. They got my food and put in on a designated table. I picked it up and left. Not perfect, but certainly less contact than before.
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Any idea for how long this will be going?
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Ajackson55555 wrote: Is 879 BOGO a better deal if you add stuffed cheese?
The bogo deal is expired :(
Reminder: Epic gives away free games every week. Humble Choice is horrible, I miss the old weekly humble bundles :(
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dangerousfob wrote: I called 3 pizza huts last week about their "contactless" pickup and how it works. The employees had no clue what what I was talking about for all 3 stores. They said it's only for delivery.

Domino's has contactless curbside pickup as well where they drop the pizza off on the hood of your car when you arrive according to the website. But if you call dominos, they have no clue about the procedure.

It seems to me all these companies are merely using "contactless" as a marketing term with no changes actually implemented.
I ordered from Dominos this weekend and they did the curbside pickup onto the hood. I have to say I didn't know what to expect when I went to pick it up at first. I guess it depends on the location and if the store owners are competent enough to educate their employees.
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their pizza in general is....TOO MUCH TOO MUCH TOO MUCHHHHH
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I would not trust any of the businesses right now. Even the disinfection of carts at the grocery store is iffy iffy. I was at grocery shopping and the guy cleaning the cart was just doing it for the sake of doing. Only a couple of spray on the top of the cart handle and wipe it off with the paper towel. No cleaning on the bottom of the handle.
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RedSwagDeals wrote: their pizza in general is....TOO MUCH TOO MUCH TOO MUCHHHHH
AND GET TOO LITTLE TOO LITTLE TOO LITTLE
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50% off Sun-Wed I think is a better deal on those days.

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