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Pizza Hut giving over $1.2m in prizes in new competition

This includes a $10,000 cash prize.

Pizza Hut announced it is giving over $1.2 million worth of prizes as part of their exclusive Spin to Win competition to celebrate National Pizza Party Day on 20 May.

The pizza franchise has over 100,000 prizes to give away, including a cash prize of $10,000.

Customers who wish to participate are told to visit Pizza Hut’s website to order a pizza and give the digital ‘spin to win’ wheel a whirl. The competition is valid from May 20 until May 29.

“With National Pizza Party Day coming up, we want Pizza Hut lovers across the country to come together with friends and family to celebrate and share the good times through pizza. We know there’s no need to have an excuse to throw a Pizza Hut pizza party, but this time around there’s the added bonus of a load of very cool prizes,” Pizza Hut Australia’s director of marketing & digital Simon Stocks said in a media release.
 

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