Pizza Hut Mini Basketballs return for March Madness

Pizza Hut's ICONIC Mini Basketballs Return. Image courtesy Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut's ICONIC Mini Basketballs Return. Image courtesy Pizza Hut /

The craziness of March Madness is quickly taking over the sports world as conference tournaments are happening with bubble teams are trying to sneak into the Big Dance. That means college hoops fans are making plans and preparing. And Pizza Hut is ready for the assist.

They have revealed that just as the 64 teams are being announced for the NCAA Basketball Tournament, one of their most popular promotions will be returning. Not seen since the 1990s, Pizza Hut is bringing back their iconic Mini Basketballs.

The 2023 version will have a bold new black and red design and will feature the words “No One Out Pizzas The Hut” written in bold lettering so you can’t miss it.

Mini Basketballs will be available at all Pizza Hut locations starting March 14.

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Pizza Hut’s ICONIC Mini Basketballs Return. Image courtesy Pizza Hut /

But what if you don’t have a hoop and you don’t feel like using a waste paper basket to practice your shooting? No worries. Pizza Hut has you covered. They have designed a special pizza box that will serve that exact purpose.

If you order one of their Big New Yorker pizzas, which also made its own comeback, it will come with March Madness themed box that can be converted into a basketball hoop and backboard. Perfect for practicing your skyhook.

The new Mini Basketballs and boxes will be available nationwide starting March 14 and will set you back $7, which isn’t that bad for something this cool. The basketballs will also be available online and through the Pizza Hut app.

Now you can just worry about filling out your bracket because it sounds like Pizza Hut has the food and entertainment covered.

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