Pizza Hut India Unveils New Range, And Gift Cards To Celebrate Diwali

Pizza has been a-round for ages; bringing loved ones together, the go to snack at any party, saving our lives when unexpected guests show up, being our best friend while we watch movies, and so much more! So, what better a way to show your love to friends, familty, and loved ones, than pizza? And Pizza Hut India has nailed it with their convenient and affordable ‘Pizza Hut Gift Card’. 

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How do you get your hands on one, or a dozen?

The gift card can be purchased for any value from INR 250/- to INR 2000/-. Did you just groan at the thought of having to go to your nearest outlest? Don’t fret, it can also be easily ordered online from the Pizza Hut gift card page.

Once the card is ordered and payment is processed, the e-mailer with card details and a personalized message will be sent to the receiver. This card can be redeemed at any of the Pizza Hut restaurants or, if you’re having a lazy day in, it can be availed for delivery orders too. Customers can start ordering these from Pizza Hut’s website starting October 20, 2016.

Wait, Pizza Hut India Has News!

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Pizza lovers it’s time to rejoice! Pizza Hut also announced the launch of new ‘Stuffed crust’ range of pizzas. The new range offers three scrumptious crust-stuffing choices including Veg Kebab, Masala Chicken Sausage, and Cheese Max. This delectable range is topped with a new herbed infused sauce, doused with abundant Fresh Toppings and 100% real mozzarella cheese. Drool!

These new additions include Veggie Surprise and Paneer Delight in the Veg Kebab Crust; Chicken Hot ’n’ Spicy and Tikka Treat in Chicken Masala Sausage Crust. Further, all pan pizzas can be upgraded to the third choice of Cheese Max crust. Everything will be available in both, personal and medium size.

2 Comments

  • October 25, 2016 4:37 pm

    Diwali is celebrated by all Hindus wherever they may be in the world – India or abroad.

    • October 26, 2016 1:40 pm

      That’s absolutely true.
      The festivities of the season are celebrated by people of all religions too!

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