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How To Turn Culinary Catastrophe Into a Free Pizza Hut Meal

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Pizza Hut's Triple Treat Box has resurfaced for the holidays and has been met with its usual fanfare. Patrons of the Hut go gaga over the deal, which includes two medium one-topping pizzas,  five breadsticks, and 10 Cinnabon mini rolls packaged into one festive box — like a pizza present. To commemorate the return of the meal deal, the pizza chain is offering customers the chance to score the box for free — as long as they burn dinner. 

If you've ever ruined dinner, it's possible (probable, even) that you resorted to ordering pizza once you regained your composure after hurling expletives around the kitchen. Pizza Hut wants to make that solution even sweeter, so the chain is offering up some relief for home chefs who left the casserole in the oven a little too long.


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Through Dec. 24, should you have an unexpected cooking fiasco and need a solution, just email a photo of the ruined meal and you'll be entered to receive a free Triple Treat Box in return. It's as simple (yet simultaneously inconvenient, given the ruined dinner) as that.

Of course, Pizza Hut's contest isn't the only way to score one of the coveted trifectas. You can buy a Triple Treat Box for a limited time for $25. (Prices vary by location.) 

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