Pizza Hut Franchise For Sale - Restaurant

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Pizza Hut Franchise Opportunities

Pizza Hut is an American restaurant chain and international franchise founded in 1958 by Dan and Frank Carney. The company is known for its Italian-American cuisine menu including pizza and pasta, as well as side dishes and desserts. Pizza Hut has 16,796 restaurants worldwide as of March 2018, making it the world's largest pizza chain in terms of locations. It is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc., one of the world's largest restaurant companies.

How much does Pizza Hut franchise cost?

Pizza Hut has the franchise fee of up to $25,000, with total initial investment range of $302,000 to $2,185,500.

Initial investments: $302,000 - $2,185,500
Net-worth Requirement: $700,000
Liquid Cash Requirement: $350,000

Pizza Hut Initial Investment

Name of Fee Low High
Initial Franchise Fee$25,000$25,000
Opening Inventory$4,000$8,000
Building and Site Improvements$180,000$1,575,000
Land Varies
Delivery Vehicles Varies
Computer System Training$0$1,500
Additional Funds (3 months)$5,000$21,500
Start-Up "Other"$3,000$4,000
Estimated Total<*$357,000$2,213,500

* The estimated initial investment range covers multiple variations of new "Traditional" restaurant types.

Ongoing Fees

Initial Franchise Fee: $25,000
Ongoing Royalty Fee: 6%
Ad Royalty Fee: 4.25%

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On-The-Job Training: 8-12 weeks

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Other fees for Pizza Hut Franchise

Type of FeeAmount
Monthly Service Fee6% of Gross Sales (6.5% under certain circumstances).
TaxesAs levied by tax authorities.
System Advertising Fund Contribution4.75% of Gross Sales
International Pizza Hut Franchise Holders Association (IPHFHA) Dues4.75% of Gross Sales (set by franchisees)
Digital Innovation Fees$0.38 per transaction conducted through a digital or other automated channel established by the franchisor.
Restaurant Technology Fee (currently, a “SUS Fee”)$2,500 per year
Software Training Fee$1,500 plus travel and living expenses.
Initial Training CostsAll living and transportation expenses of all trainees. The amounts are unknown and may vary depending upon factors such as the third-party supplier selected and the franchisee’s distance from training. Additional and subsequent trainee charge: $500 per person per week.
On-Site Training and AssistanceThe then-current training fees plus expenses.
On-Going TrainingThe then-current training fees plus expenses.
Proprietary ProductsIf developed in the future, franchisees must buy proprietary products from the franchisor (RSCS, if it offers and sells same), its affiliate or designee.
Inspection and Testing CostsFranchisees must reimburse PHLLC for all costs and expenses incurred in connection with the review, inspection and/or approval of a proposed product or supplier, including any salary, travel and lodging expenses.
AuditThe amount of the audit expenses is unknown and may vary depending upon factors such as the auditor selected.
Late ChargesCurrently 1.5% per month
Unauthorized ClosureAn amount equal to 24 times the average Monthly Service Fees paid or due with respect to the closed System Restaurant during the prior calendar year.
RelocationVaries, depending on the franchisor’s costs in connection with reviewing and/or approving the request.
Transfer Fee$2,500 plus an additional $250 per System Restaurant transferred
 Advances Varies
Indemnification of PHLLCVaries
Attorneys' and Experts’ Fees, Court CostsThe amount of these fees and costs are unknown and may vary depending upon factors such as the attorneys and experts selected and the court costs.
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