Thrifty mum gets £100 Pizza Hut meal for £27 using Eat Out to Help Out & voucher codes

A SAVVY mum has revealed how she managed to bag a £100 meal from Pizza Hut for less than £30. 

With restaurants open again across the UK one woman headed down to the popular chain to enjoy some classic dishes, including cheesy triangles, a margherita and some cheesecake. 

She and three others went all out with 23 items including sides, mains, desserts and drinks, with their bill coming to a whopping £99.08. 

But she managed to slash a whopping £72.78 off her bill using the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme and Meerkat Movie deals. 

It saw the final price come to just £27.02, which if you’re splitting it in half works out to a mere £13.51 each. 

She shared the bill to Facebook group Latest Deals, Extreme Couponing & Bargains, showing they enjoyed the buy one get one free on pizzas, side and desserts under the Meerkat Deal, which runs on Thursdays and Sundays. 

The remainder of the bill was reduced by the Government scheme, which gives a 50 per cent discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks, up to £10 per person. 

The mum said: “£100 meal for 4 for less than £30 using meerkat codes plus government 50% off!!! Pizza Hut.”

And for anyone wondering how the popular salad bar worked nowadays, she added: “No salad bar, they just bring you a small bowl of it.”

Hundreds of people liked her post, admitting they didn’t know you could use offers in conjunction with the Government scheme. 

Commenting online, one person said: “Omg didn't think you'd be able to use MM as well as the Government offer will definitely have to try this next week.” 

Another person wrote: “Oh wow. That’s amazing.”

A third commented: “Omg… didn't realise you could do this!!”

This person thought: “Me too, so good! Going to be painful paying full price again when this ends!” 

And someone else asked: “Can we go to pizza hut ?” 

We also shared how a single mum keeps the shopping bill down – and she gets so much free food she ends up giving it away.

Plus a mum shares tips for making food last longer including storing jars upside down and wrapping greens in kitchen roll.

While this batch-cooking mum feeds her family for 67p a meal shopping at Aldi – and her recipes have helped her lose weight too.

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