Slicing, dicing and cutting the cost of food prices is what’s on television now days. Well known food franchises such as Pizza Hut, Quizno’s Subs and others are maintaining their popularity by offering a more price savvy menu. In today’s society where economic hardships plague a large percentage of the United States, this definitely comes in handy. Pizza Hut: Getting a large any topping pizza usually runs around $25-$30. Now: For a limited time you can get an any size, any topping pizza or two pasta trays for just $10 plus tax. This sounds like a good idea for a Friday and Saturday night get together. Quizno’s Subs: Remember when you couldn’t get a sub at Quizno’s Subs for under $5? Now you can get a duo from the following: 8 inch Toasty Bullet, Flatbread Sammie, Small Flatbread Chopped Salad, or bowl of soup for just $5 plus tax. Arby’s: It was only months ago when Arby’s menu was more costly than Burger King or McDonald’s menu. It may have seemed more logical to get a $1 burger from another chain. But, Arby’s has followed suit and has placed a few $1 items on their menu. This could boost their sales dramatically and save Arby’s loving customers money in the long run. Who doesn’t like that? McDonald’s: For anyone who is throwing a party and enjoy the taste of McDonald’s chicken nuggets, you can get 50 chicken nuggets for $10 plus tax. But watch out, there are also some popular fast food restaurants that are not giving any publicly announced special offers. Panda Express: Panda Express is the most popular Chinese fast food place therefore, the chances of them reducing the prices on their menu is least likely. They don’t have to lower the pricing of their menus. They will still have a line of people during lunchtime because of the chain’s uniqueness. Chik-Fil-A: Dedicated to chicken, you can expect to see a menu of yummy chicken choices. There are very few Chik-Fil-A restaurants in Utah, so this makes this fast food chain a rarity. Many people will eat at restaurants they feel are rare or specialty restaurants.