If You Paid More Than $5 for That Large Pizza You Overpaid.


This is good news.

$5 has now become the defacto base price for a large, pepperoni pizza. I thought this may have been just a local phenom, but it was confirmed today that pizza in Idaho is $5 for a large.

A teacher is advertising pizza on test papers. The featured pizza is $5.

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A while back Smallburg Godfather’s Pizza had what I thought was a one day only deal of $5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. I made it by 4:45. Then a big ad appeared in the newspaper that featured large pizzas from Little Caesar’s for $5 anytime, along with some other coupons for lunch specials of $5.

It’s about time. We had stopped ordering Pizza when the price hit $20 for a large, thin, pepperoni and mushroom, pizza. $5 is good.

But I just want one pizza.

Pizza Hut and Papa John’s, two major players haven’t met the new low price. They still want me to eat three large pizzas for $15 or some other ridiculous combination of pizza, bread sticks, wings, fried cheese and coke.

Hope Pizza Hut and Papa John’s get on the stick.

I still have one more notch to go on my belt.

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If You Paid More Than $5 for That Large Pizza You Overpaid. — 3 Comments

  1. Hmmm, a large pepperoni pizza is almost $20 where I live. And that doesn’t include drinks, wings, bread sticks, or even a tip for the delivery guy. You people in the flyover states get all the deals.

    Brian…also wrote this…Good Point

  2. Any priced pizza sounds good right now since Lynn and I are on a low carb diet. But … I agree it is nice to have them all low bidding each other right now!