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Pizza Hut and the Freedom of Small Houses

The Pizza Hut coupons encased the coupon pamphlets that would invade my family’s mailbox every week. Most were useless to us: some furniture ads or pamphlets about cars we could never afford. We would peel off the Pizza Hut coupons and leave the rest. The deals didn’t change too often, but every now and then there would be a slight difference in the weekly offerings. Maybe two large pizzas for $13, a few extra…

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