It has been recently revealed in a report that there might soon be the introduction of a $2 pizza in the times to come. For now, the cheapest pizzas available might be from the ‘cheaper Tuesdays’ at Dominos. However this race of providing the cheapest and best for the customers might soon be a pizza available for $2.
“I have learnt in this business to never say no. It is one of these businesses where pricing can be used strategically and sometimes a silly price like $2 pizza can be used for a day or a weekend”, said And Restaurant Brands chief executive Russell Creedy, who runs the Pizza hut.
There are many price cutting options being launched by many major pizza making companies. So in the near future, one might able to enjoy cheaper pizzas. There are many fast food chains that are currently offering officering cheaper options than their high end range. This is working for the benefit of the people. They have an array of food choices available for them and that too at very low costs.
The prize race, however, might tend to harm the image of the brand in the long run, according to some experts. The companies need to keep in mind that they might be tarnishing their brand value in wake of offering cheaper options for the customers. However, this huge gyre of competition among the firms is working for the benefit of people. Anyone can now enjoy the luxury of these brand fast food joints and that too at affordable prices in the time to come. This is working towards a wider market for the companies as well, and this shall ultimately benefit them in the time to come. It remains to be seen whether the $2 pizza becomes possible or not.
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