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.
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.
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
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!
Yeah, cheap fast food is not good for the body. Getting skinny for the Henke Heiney Hauler? From what I saw from your blog it was huge inside!