New Big Flavor Dippers Pizza from Pizza Hut

Remember The Big Dipper Pizza from Pizza Hut?  Starting Monday, April 27th Pizza Hut will be offering The Big Flavor Dippers Pizza which takes advantage of all the new options from the Flavor of Now menu which launched last November.  Get a one topping Big Flavor Dippers Pizza plus four dipping sauces for $12.99.

Pizza Hut Big Flavors Dippers

The Pizza is designed for dipping, the Big Flavor Dippers Pizza is a nearly two-foot long pizza that’s divided into 24 dipping strips, making the pizza eating experience interactive and fun. The pizza comes with a choice of 10 crust flavors from the new Flavor of Now™ menu, such as Hut Favorite, Toasted Cheddar and Salted Pretzel, as well as four flavorful dipping sauces including Marinara, Ranch, Barbeque and Honey Sriracha.

The Big Flavor Dippers Pizza is one more way to enjoy Stuffed Crust Pizza with more flavor than ever before. As part of the Flavor of Now menu launch in November, Stuffed Crust can be ordered with any of the 10 new crust flavors, and include any of the five new base sauces, four all-new sauce drizzles and five new premium ingredients.

21 comments on “New Big Flavor Dippers Pizza from Pizza Hut

  1. Michael S says:

    4 dipping sauces yet they show 5. This won’t save you Pizza Hut, we will still see your hut buildings be turned into other businesses all over America.

    • John d says:

      Assuming one is thebase “and include any of the five new base sauces, four all-new sauce drizzles”

    • Christopher says:

      I don’t know, I’ve been really into their new menu. Dinner yesterday was a large pineapple and peruvian red pepper pie on chunky crushed tomato sauce with toasted asiago crust and a honey sriracha drizzle for $7.99 carryout. That is practically lower than the DiGiornio price point but a MUCH better value.

      Of course it isn’t going to compete with $20+ artisan pizzas, or the extreme economy of $1 NY slices. But as a workhorse pizza, I think PH is crushing it in its category, compared to Domino’s, PJs, or Little Caesars.

  2. Nate D says:

    Isn’t eating always “interactive?”

  3. sandy says:

    Another lame attempt to make-up for the fact PH’s pizza sux. Truly good pizza is NOT cut into strips and does NOT need sauces for dipping. This pizza may appeal to 4-6 year olds, they like to dip their food into stuff.

  4. rondoman says:

    Oh look another Yum brand gimmick.

    Pizza Hut’s pizza has gotten so bad you need all these sauces to cover up the actual pizza flavor lol.

    Hey PH, making an actual good pizza would be priority #1 if I was you.

  5. Brian says:

    Stop being haters!! At least Pizza Hut isn’t so far into product dismay that they beg their guests to come back and excuse the idiots that sell their ghetto products like dominos . Pizza Hut has been both the leader in pizza innovation and also the reason other places challenge their own menus. Been a fan for 37 years!! Go PH

  6. Alex says:

    you people are harsh! Some people like Pizza Hut!

  7. Nick says:

    I actually like that new crusts and toppings. The dipping strips is one of my favorites because dipping pizza into ranch dressing is delicious and makes my inner fat kid happy.

  8. JJ says:

    So, to make up for the fact that they don’t put enough sauce, cheese, or toppings on their pizza, they are giving you a cup of sauce to dip it in? Actually, that isn’t a bad idea. A better idea is just making a decent pizza to begin with…

  9. PT says:

    I never used to order from Pizza Hut, but I have ordered several times since they have updated their menu. I’ve honestly not had a single problem with the quality or the amount of toppings, either, and I’ve ordered from multiple different locations. I previously never ordered PH because it was dry and while it wasn’t terrible, there were better options. Since their updated menu, I’ve noticed it has seemed as though they take much better care of their pizzas. I also LOVE dipping sauces for just about everything, so this is appealing to me. I’m a single guy, so at $13 and its size, I’m not sure if I’ll be ordering this, but it does sound good since you can use their new options.

    • JJ says:

      I haven’t tried their new pizzas, so maybe it’s time to give them another try. But I was never impressed in the past. Also, their pizza varies by locations. Like Subway, some locations kimp on toppings.

      • Hunter-m3 says:

        Subway makes the sandwich in front of the customer, so just ask for more of anything you feel the “skimped” on.

  10. Lynnan says:

    Where I live they don’t even have it went there today to order it and the guy goes huuuhh what dipper pizza. Wow

  11. Joan says:

    I REALLY want to know how that Honey Sriracha tastes. Sounds fan. I dont know if I’ve ever had Pizza Hut in my entire life, however

  12. Joan says:

    I do love Brian’s comment. Your a die-hard Pizza Hut boy! And dont you ever let someone tell you otherwise!

  13. TB says:

    I calculated roughly 140 square inches of pizza for the big flavor dipper pizza.

    Pizza Hut’s large primo meat pizza is about 154 square inches, and has 4 toppings instead of 1. It also costs $2.99 less. I don’t think I’ll be buying the “big flavor dipper” pizza…

    • N Voss says:

      below assumes 1 topping of pepperoni.

      large is likely 14 inch pizza = 153 sq. in.
      370 calories per slice with 8 slices = 2950 calories
      cost is $12.49 in my area
      0.42 cents per calorie
      8.16 cents per sq. inch

      big flavor dipper
      about 23 inches (claim is almost 2 feet long)
      image shows 563 pixels by 312 pixels = 2.643 aspect ratio
      23″ / 2.6431 = 8.7 inches

      23 inches by 9 inches = 207 sq. in.
      170 calories per slice with 24 strips = 4040 calories
      cost is $13.99 in my area
      0.35 cents per calorie
      6.76 cents per sq. inch

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