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Free pizza with Visa at Pizza Hut

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Pizza Hut, the favourite name amongst Sri Lankans for its delicious pan pizza and year-round value-for-money offers, once again teams up with Visa, the global leader in payments technology, to bring back the ever so popular joint promotion ‘Free Pizza when you Pay with Visa’!

Visa cardholders can simply purchase any large pan pizza of their choice using their Visa debit or credit card, and enjoy another large pan pizza from the same or lesser range, absolutely free! This fantastic offer is available every Tuesday and Thursday from 21 May till 4 July.

“We are happy to collaborate with Pizza Hut once again to extend this exclusive offer to customers, who can use their Visa cards to order pizzas. Over the years, this hugely successful campaign has not just helped customers get more from their Pizza Hut orders but has also played a role in raising awareness and adoption of digital payments across the market,” said Anthony Watson, Sri Lanka Country Manager, Visa. 

“As two leading brands whose focus is on providing a delightful experience to its clientele, the Pizza Hut and Visa partnership is a powerful, value-driven concept that enhances bonding with our customers. They can choose from a variety of delicious toppings including the newly introduced Hot Butter Cuttlefish and Pepper Chicken along with the ever-popular Devilled Chicken, Double Chicken & Cheese Fiesta, Meat Lovers, BBQ Chicken, Spicy Seafood and many more,” said Gamma Pizzakraft Lanka Ltd. CEO Yasa Nadaraja.

To enjoy this Free One-for-One offer, customers can dine-in or takeaway from any Pizza Hut restaurant (excluding the BIA – Katunayake outlet), call 0112729729 or order online on www.pizzahut.lk or through the Pizza Hut app.

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