Pizza Hut is (Temporarily) Changing Its Name to 'Pizza Hut-Hut' Ahead of the Super Bowl
Very punny, guys.
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.
You’ll see evidence of the temporary switch on Pizza Hut’s website and social media channels.
The chain is even planning to chain the signage at one of its downtown Atlanta restaurants.
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In addition to the name change, Pizza Hut is offering fans an exclusive deal on gameday gear—the only discount for NFL Shop issued on Super Bowl Sunday.
Every Hut Rewards member who orders Pizza Hut online on February 3 will receive a discount code for NFLShop.com. The codes will be delivered the next day and are valid until the end of the month.
The brand is also running a super-sized special on the big day: $7.99 for a large two-topping pizza, as well as $5 "Lineup" deals.
“Through our NFL partnership, we’ve always put fans first and focused on giving them next-level gameday experiences,” said Marianne Radley, chief brand officer, Pizza Hut. “Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest day of the year for both Pizza Hut and the NFL, so in addition to the pizza promos and delivery experience our customers know and love, we’re overdelivering to fans in Atlanta and at home by bringing them face-to-face with their favorite NFL players at Super Bowl Experience and giving them the one and only way to earn Official NFL Shop merch for less than the rest during Super Bowl LIII.”