The restaurant chain announced this week that they will reward a year of free pizza and tickets to next year’s Super Bowl to whoever has the first baby after kickoff on Sunday.
The press release states the parents of the newborn need to tweet their good news with a photo of their game-day baby, the exact time of birth, tag Pizza Hut and use the hashtags #PizzaHutSpecialDelivery and #promotion in order to potentially win the grand prize.
Pizza Hut is the Official Pizza Sponsor of the NFL this year, and they’re not about to let you forget it: The delivery chain is (temporarily) changing its name to Pizza Hut-Hut in honor of Super Bowl LIII.
I mean, why not? Fast food fans clearly love it when their favorite chains get creative with their names.
While Chicago and Italy might bristle at the claim, it’s not much of a stretch to state that New York City is the pizza capital of world. Not only are there an insane amount of slice joints within the five boroughs, but there are a wealth of widely acclaimed pizza parlors that attract hungry visitors from across the country.
We've said it before and we'll say it again: pizza is a perfect food and everlasting cultural icon. But just because pizza's so close to our hearts doesn't mean it can't benefit from an upgrade, and sometimes more is more. Pile on all the eccentric ingredients and bust out the unusual shapes, because these aren't your average pizza recipes.
Pizza is one of those foods that has an everlasting hold on pop culture. You probably grew up watching your favorite cartoon eating it, cheeky gym bags promise it after a workout, and there are scores of Internet discourse debating whether or not pineapple belongs on it.
The Duchess of Cambridge dropped a MAJOR bombshell about her husband’s eating habits—and we are shook.
Apparently, Prince William eats royal pizza on the royal sofa and that royally ticks Kate Middleton off.
Here are all the deets: The couple were in Cyprus this week to open the Oasis recreation center, a relaxing space for military personnel who live in shared housing. Upon seeing the bright yellow furniture at the center, William jokingly warned the soldiers to “keep the pizzas off the sofas!”
The golden era of 30-minutes-or-its-free pizza delivery may be gone, but that doesn’t mean people don’t want their pie to arrive at their door as fresh as possible. So Pizza Hut is working on a potential solution: a fully-automated, robot-run pizza kitchen loaded into the flatbed of a Toyota Tundra… uh, of course.
If you want to make a donation this election season to help support your love of democracy but are worried about getting caught up in partisan politics, here’s a cause that almost certainly bridges any divide: pizza.