High-street restaurant chain Pizza Express has hired financial advisers to review its debt situation.
Any potential purchasers will be able to save a further 25% off using a voucher code.
However, they will have to purchase the chain between Sunday and Thursday, as the offer is not valid on Friday and Saturday nights.
The new investors may have to wait longer than usual to start any plan, as the investment is coming via by Deliveroo.
The chain is reportedly running out of dough. In fact, there is little to base anything on.
Sales both in the UK and overseas fell last year and has to make high interest payments on its £1.1bn debt.
Potential investors are extremely happy, saying that this is a great deal and was even topped off by… a finely grated parmesan.
Founded in 1965, Pizza Express employs over 14,000 people and has been owned by Chinese private investment firm Hony since 2014.
Its business plan of renovating old buildings then serving cheap pizza at overinflated prices appears not to whet the appetites of its customers.
A customer said, “This is a complete shock. I was only in there yesterday. It could’ve been me.”
A new business plan could be put together to slice up the business.
Whether it will be into six or eight pieces is still a matter for debate.
An analyst said, “It looks like the knives are out for Pizza Express. I mean, literally, as they give you one of those wheel cutter things instead.”