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Old 06-15-03, 02:46 PM
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Pizza-Hut to offer a FREE DVD with purchase of a large pizza

Starting around the End Of June Pizza-Hut is going to be offering 1 of 4 DVDs FREE when you order any large pizza, the 4 titles are all MGM DVDs & will be exact duplicates of the retal version
Mr. Mom
All Dogs Go To Heaven 2
Honeymoon In Vegas
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey

Thought I would give any DVDTalkers that might be interested a heads up in case they wanna get them when there first released
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Old 06-15-03, 03:12 PM
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Interesting news. Thanks. I guess I'd choose Bill & Ted's out of that less than staggering list.
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Bill & Ted for me as well.
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ooh, a crappy dvd with a crappy pizza..

thanks for the heads up. Looks like pizza hut has collected enough from dumpster diving best buys trash cans to offer us one of their finds..
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Don't tell me... you have to send in the empty large box along with a check for $6.95 (stuck to the cheese in the lid) to cover shipping/handling....
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Maybe they will offer you any MGM dvd you want if you finish the pizza without vomiting?
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Old 06-15-03, 04:27 PM
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Isn't "Honeymoon in Vegas" P&Sed??

That would've been the only one of those four that I would've been interested in ...
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Old 06-15-03, 05:06 PM
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Bill & Ted is the only one in widescreen.
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If the promotion ever makes it's way up here, then it looks like that'll be my pick then... I probably wouldn't keep it though, since I don't like having movies I don't really like very much in my collection... (though I don't even know if I've seen this one...)

Pizza Hut is good in Canada I've had it in the states and blah! but up here it still rules Exactly how much depends on the region...
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Don't tell me... you have to send in the empty large box along with a check for $6.95 (stuck to the cheese in the lid) to cover shipping/handling....
Probably!
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mmm...Pizza Hut breadsticks...

Bill & Ted part deux for me as well
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Old 06-15-03, 06:28 PM
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I dont have Mr Mom yet... that would be a nice movie to get w/ a pizza. Both are very cheesy but worth while.
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Old 06-15-03, 10:44 PM
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You get the DVD when you order the Pizza (like Pizza-Hut always did with those NCAA Final 4 basketballs) it's called the "Pizza & Movie Night Special"
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Old 06-15-03, 10:56 PM
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Mr. Mom for me.

Me: "How much does a large pepperoni pizza cost?"
Pizza Hut: "$10...$11...Whatever it takes..."
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Good one, RalphWiggum. And by the way, you wouldn't get so many nosebleeds if you'd keep your finger outta there...

"Honey, if I'm not at Pizza Hut I'll either be at the gym or the gun club."
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Time to save those useless Pizza-Hut coupons
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Ah, well. Free is free, eh? Thanks for the info!
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You forgot to mention Criterion's "Pépé le Moko," the 5th DVD option when you order a scrumptious large pizza.
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You forgot to mention Criterion's "Pépé le Moko," the 5th DVD option when you order a scrumptious large pizza.
Ugh. I'll take 'bill and teds bonus journey' instead.
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Honeymoon in Vegas I suppose...
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Does anyone know if the DVDs are going to come in their retail cases (possibly with a Promotional UPC) or a lesser packaging, such as a paper sleeve?

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Originally posted by krustytheclown
Does anyone know if these are going to come in their retail cases (possibly with a Promotional UPC) or a lesser packaging, such as a paper sleeve?
My guess is that it comes in a box set: DVD with limited edition pizza.
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Originally posted by krustytheclown
Does anyone know if these are going to come in their retail cases (possibly with a Promotional UPC) or a lesser packaging, such as a paper sleeve?
I believe the pizzas come in large cardboard boxes.
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You beat me to it Decker!
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Old 06-16-03, 10:25 AM
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I'm going to buy some of these and keep them on my DVD shelf packaged with the original pizza. They'll be worth something some day I tell ya!
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