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Wingmall and Pizza Hut partnership makes for delicious experience

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Wingmall and Pizza Hut partnership makes for delicious experience

Now customers can order from all seven Pizza Hut outlets across Phnom Penh through Wingmall, with 30-minute delivery and 100 per cent cashback offer.

Wingmall, the revolutionary e-commerce platform, and Pizza Hut, the renowned family-friendly food brand, are collaborating to provide the perfect meal-ordering experience to customers across Phnom Penh.

The unique partnership allows customers to order delicious food from Pizza Hut quickly and seamlessly, and – during the promotion period from now until April 14, 2023 – enjoy 100 per cent cashback on their purchases.

“This is a new step for Wingmall, and we are proud to provide access to more global brands through our revolutionary e-commerce platform. Thank you to Pizza Hut for trusting us on this journey.

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"The collaboration allows customers to purchase delicious Pizza Hut products through Wingmall from the comfort of their homes,” said Manu Rajan, CEO of Wing Division.

Through Wingmall, customers can order from the menus of all seven Pizza Hut outlets in Phnom Penh.

Efforts have been made to ensure such hugely popular deals as the Crazy Bacon Extra Sausage Cheesy Bite Pizza, the Spicy Shrimp BBQ Pizza and the Crazy Bacon Pizza are present on the Wingmall platform.

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And Phnom Penh-based customers are sure to love the guarantee that their food will arrive within 30 minutes of the order being placed, ensuring they enjoy the freshest, hottest pizza.

“Pizza Hut is committed to serving the tastiest, safest, highest quality meals to our customers and their families.

"This partnership will allow customers to order their favourite dishes on Wingmall without the need to queue up at a physical store,” said Bunchy Hong, Chief Finance Officer of United Food Group.

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Founded in the US in 1958, in Wichita, Kansas, Pizza Hut – a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc – operates over 18,000 restaurants in more than 110 countries.

Wingmall now has on board more than 6,500 well-known partners offering hundreds of thousands of items, including food and beverage, groceries, electronics, toys, florists services, beauty products, bakery goods, and much more.

Wingmall is available in Phnom Penh as well as Siem Reap, Preah Sihanouk, Battambang, and Kampong Cham provinces, with plans in place to expand to even more parts of Cambodia.


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