Looking for the Pizza Hut menu and prices? You’ve come to the right place. Find out the prices for all the pizzas on their menu as well as their sides, specials, and everything else they have.
Here’s Pizza Hut’s menu and prices in 2019:
|Smoky Chicken & Bacon||$16.95|
|Hot & Spicy Veggi||$13.95|
|BBQ Mega Supreme||$19.95|
|Ultimate Hot & Spicy||$13.95|
|Hot & Spicy Chicken||$16.95|
|Single WingStreet (1 Large Pizza, 6 WingStreet Wings)||$19.95|
|Family Triple Treat (2 Large Pizzas, 1 Hershey's Cookie)||$23.00|
|Double Hut (2 Large Pizzas, 1 Side, 1.25L Drink)||$29.95|
|Double WingStreet (2 Large Pizzas, 12 WingStreet Wings)||$34.95|
|Triple Hut (3 Large Pizzas, 2 Sides, 1.25L Drink)||$39.95|
|Party Hut (4 x Large Pizzas, 2 x Sides, 2 x 1.25L Drink)||$49.95|
|Triple WingStreet (3 Large Pizzas, 24 WingStreet Wings)||$54.95|
|Wings (6 pack)||$8.95|
|Wings (12 pack)||$14.95|
|Wings (24 pack)||$25.95|
|Cheesy Garlic Bread||$5.45|
|Cheesy Spud Bites (8 pack)||$3.45|
|Triple Dippers (10 Cheesy Sticks, 4 Seasoned Chicken Wings and 8 Cheesy Spud Bites with 3 dipping sauces)||$9.95|
|Hershey's Cookie (large cookie)||$7.95|
|Chocolate Lava Cake||$4.95|
|Vanilla Ice Cup||$1.00|
|375ml Soft Drink||$3.00|
|1.25L Soft Drink||$4.95|
We are not affiliated with the provider(s) of the above goods/services. Please contact your local store for accurate pricing.
- 2 February 2019 – Removed 600ml variations of soft drinks from menu. Now only 375ml cans and 1.25L are available.
- 14 January 2019 – Revamped and updated the entire Pizza hut menu. Prices for many items including pizzas and sides have all increased by $0.50 – $2.00.
- 29 December 2018 – Updated the family meals available on the menu.
[ps2id id=’How_much_does_delivery_cost?’ target=”/]How much does delivery cost?
Rather order in pizza? No worries. Opt to get the warm pizzas delivered straight to your door instead.
Delivery from Pizza Hut will cost you $7.95 at a minimum. Check with your local store though – they may be running some special delivery promotions.
There is also a $19.90 minimum order amount for deliveries.
Pizza Hut UK made one massive statement with this unique ad about their pizza deliveries:
Are there any coupons available?
Yes! Pizza Hut, along with Domino’s have been going crazy in the couponing world over the last few years. Doing everything they can to grow their piece of the market share.
Unfortunately, they change so rapidly from week to week that we don’t have the time to keep up to date with them.
Thankfully, there are other websites that do! For all the latest pizza deals, check out some of these guys:
If they don’t have any good deals on, go and sign up for the Pizza Hut emails on their website.
Sure, you may get a few more marketing emails each week land in your inbox, but you’ll also be ready and waiting with the latest coupon the next time your pizza desire occurs.
[ps2id id=’What’s_new_on_their_menu?’ target=”/]What’s new on their menu?
Unlike Domino’s, who’ve been trialling and testing new products quicker than the public can decide whether they like them or not, Pizza Hut has generally kept their menu quite simple.
You’ve got your pizzas, drinks, wings, desserts (lava cake please), and a few sides.
Every now and then they do come out with a new menu item, but their marketing is nowhere near as extensive as Domino’s (from what we’ve seen).
[ps2id id=’A_bit_of_Pizza_Hut_history’ target=”/]A bit of Pizza Hut history
Two brothers in Wichita, Kansas, are the original founders of the now worldwide pizza franchise. Back in June of 1958, they opened their very first store serving up hot pizzas.
Little did they know, their brand would grow to become one of the largest chains of restaurants in the world with nearly 14,000 location across the globe.
Today, most of the Pizza Hut stores are your standard pizza shops, just like Domino’s or Crust. But there were a few that were quite different.
Those different Pizza Huts took on more of a Sizzler style structure. Operating as a traditional restaurant with a lunch buffet, serving up and all-you-can-eat range of pizzas, salads, delicious slices of bread, desserts, and pasta.
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Change is inevitable, unfortunately, and those style of Pizza Huts are almost completely extinct in Australia.
Similar to the type of restaurant they are, they’ve also changed their logo a number of times throughout their 60+ year history in the industry.
Recently, they’ve embraced the modern, flat design which many organisations are moving towards. Keeping things simple yet stylish and friendly at the same time.
Another brand who’s recently changed their logo is Foxtel. They too went from an intimidating all-caps FOXTEL to an all-lowercase foxtel which much warmer colours. Definitely check it out if you’re interested in that sort of thing.
[ps2id id=’Pizza_Hut_in_Australia’ target=”/]Pizza Hut in Australia
Do you believe Pizza Hut was in Australia before McDonald’s was? Because it was! A whole year ahead of their big golden arch rivals.
The pizza chain opened up their first red-roofed iconic, all-you-can-eat store in Belfield, in Sydney’s west. Unfortunately for that particular store, it was recently bulldozed in mid-2018 to make way for some high-rise apartments.
Hopefully, they’ll open up a Pizza Hut on the ground floor for all the residents to enjoy!
Pizza Hut is still a significant way behind Domino’s in terms of market share, however. Even with their recent takeover of all the Eagle Boy’s locations, their market share only grew to around 35% of the pizza industry in 2016.
Quite a way behind Domino’s strong position – holding nearly 50% of the pizza sales.
[ps2id id=’What’s_next_for_Pizza Hut?’ target=”/]What’s next for Pizza Hut?
We’d love to see them head back to their more traditional buffet-style restaurants and see if they can continue to grow in that direction.
The $5 pizza war was great for our taste buds but allowed Domino’s to pull out ahead in the market share game.
Only time will tell is Pizza Hut will be able to hold their position as one of the largest pizza chains in Australia and the world.