I like pizza, you like pizza, we all like pizza! And now you get free Pizza Hut pizza forever — seriously. They've finally entered the 21st century and rolled out a rewards program, and here's how to take advantage of it.
The program, called Hut Rewards, is free to join. Just visit the Pizza Hut website and click the button to create an account. If you already have an account, you can sign in. Once you start ordering, Pizza Hut will credit your account with points for every purchase. For every dollar spent, you get two points; when you've collected 200 points ($100 worth of Pizza Hut purchases), you can redeem them for a medium pizza. Yum! You'll even get special members-only perks and birthday deals.
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"As a brand with a belief that 'No One Out-Pizzas the Hut,' we recognized the need to create a first-of-its-kind program, specifically an unlimited points program that rewards every dollar," said Jeff Fox, their chief brand and concept officer.
An unlimited rewards program? Now that's something we can get behind. With the sad news that Target is ending its pilot rewards program and Sephora reward points now have an expiration date, we're happy for some good news. And if you frequently opt for pizza for dinner when it's your turn to babysit the grandkids, you'll surely rack up a ton of pizza points in no time.
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Pizza Hut launched their rewards program on August 1, and to celebrate the advent they'll be offering customers double the points from August 10 to October 1. With this perk, you'll hit that $50 threshold for a free pizza sooner than you might think.
Okay, we've got a little more than seven weeks to rake in as many double points as we can; would you judge us for eating a pie per week? No, we didn't think so. We'll be right back; we have to go order a pizza asap.
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