Eagle Boys slices delivery costs

 
Aug. 28, 2011

Australia's Eagle Boys Pizza has cut the cost of its pizza delivery for a limited time. Customers will now pay $5 for delivery when they buy two or more menu-priced pizzas. The regular price is $8.

"As family budgets are being stretched and lifestyles get busier, we're constantly looking to provide customers with convenient menu options that suit their taste buds, budgets and lifestyle. It's not often you can put a great tasting meal on the table for about $20 without having to make it yourself," said Eagle Boys Pizza Group Executive Marketing Christine Hooper. "But by keeping delivery costs low, we're helping families enjoy a relaxing, cooking-free night in at home without breaking the bank."

Eagle Boys operates more than 340 franchised stores throughout Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, the ACT, and the Northern Territory.

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