Well, it looks like February is finally here after a long AF January, and to say that I'm over constantly saying, "I'm cold," is a
major understatement. To be completely honest, I'm pretty much dying for those first few signs of spring to come, after enduring far too much ice, snow, and of course those dreadful below freezing days. On the bright side, however, these 2019 National Pizza Day deals are comin' in hot to honor the world's greatest carb-loading holiday on Feb. 9. I can almost guarantee that they'll make the dreariest winter month a tad tastier, and your bank account won't even take a major hit for it.
Maybe you prefer ordering your pies from Domino's to take advantage of their latest and greatest
Points for Pies program, or there's a slight chance that you tend to gravitate more towards Cici's Pizza (because for real, who can resist that tantalizing pizza buffet?). Well, regardless of your pizza preferences, there are so many different 'za chains that are coming through for the greatest holiday of all, and for that, I am eternally grateful. So, check out where you can get a cheap slice or discounted whole pie in the list of participating restaurants below. Courtesy Of Chuck E. Cheese
Chuck E. Cheese is pleasing kids-at-heart everywhere by letting customers across the country upgrade the chain's large pizzas to an XL pie for free, between Monday, Feb. 4 and Saturday, Feb. 9, according to a press release sent to Elite Daily. To get in on this limited time deal,
show a National Pizza Day coupon or ask for the "National Pizza Day" offer at checkout. Saving a few bucks for an upgrade never tasted so good.
In honor of the greatest holiday of the year, Pizza Hut is blessing fans with the offer to get a large pizza with any and
all toppings and any crust for only $10.99, per IndyStar. Just use the online code "THANKYOU" at checkout. It's available through Feb. 17.
If you'd prefer a plethora of food items in addition to 'za, though, you could get two or more items (including medium one-topping pizzas) along with boneless wings, stuffed garlic knots and more
from the $5 lineup, costing only $5 each, according to Pittsburgh Patch. Sounds like my kind of deal.
If you're looking to celebrate in the comfort of your own home, look no further than Walmart. The discount department store sells frozen pizzas, pizza rolls, and garlic knots, and if you've never ordered online,
new Walmart Grocery users can get $10 off, according to Offers.com. T.V. and 'za night, here I come.
Few things surpass can the experience of walking into an Olive Garden, and just in time for the holiday, the chain known for its all-you-can-eat pasta recently released a spankin' new appetizer, the
Chicken Alfredo Pizza Fritta. It starts at only $7.99, according to Olive Garden, so it goes without saying I'll be ordering five. Joe Raedle/Getty Images News/Getty Images
If you just can't seem to stay away from that good old-fashioned
Papa John's garlic sauce, you're definitely not alone. But you're totally in luck, because the chain will be offering any large specialty pizza for only $12 for a limited time in honor of the glorious holiday, according to Papa John's.
Plus, this week only, you'll be able to visit
Papa John’s Twitter page to vote for one of four non-traditional pizzas, including Huevos Rancheros to Hot Honey Chicken & Waffles, the Roast, and the Un-Pizza, per Papa John's. The winning pie will be announced Feb. 12, and will be added to the Papa John’s menu later this year. I'm beyond psyched.
When "Little Caesars" comes to mind, I'm sure the $5 Hot-And-Ready Deal is what you often think of. But, for a limited time right now, the chain is offering their
Pretzel Crust pies for only $6, according to a Jan. 28 press release. So if you're looking to upgrade from that regular ol' crust, look no further than Little Caesars.
Maybe you're making your own pizza to honor the holiday, and if so, you're going to need the right supplies. Luckily, Macy's is currently having
a sale on home goods, according to Offers.com, and they're offering an extra 25 percent off select home items like pizza cutters and pizza stones. with this promo code through Feb. 9.
There's no holiday I'd rather celebrate than National Pizza Day, and it's definitely coming in clutch this month. I can't wait to stuff my face with pizza, pizza, and more pizza, so if you'd like to join me on a pizza crawl, HMU. I'll be starting bright and early.
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If you download or open the
Pilot Flying J app during Feb. 3 through Feb. 10, according to Pilot Flying J. You can get yourself coupon for one free slice of pizza in the app's myOffers section. You'll be able to redeem it at over 300 Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers, and if you're a first-time user, you'll get a free drink of your choice. There aren't any Pilot Flying J's near Brooklyn, so it looks like I'm taking a road trip, guys.
If you're New England-based, your choice of 'za is most likely Papa Gino's. And if that's the case, you can get in on
the $16 Meal Deal until Feb. 28. It includes a large cheese pizza, small boneless chicken wings, and an order of cinnamon sticks for only $16, per Offers.com. A three course meal? I'm in. Red Baron’s National Pizza Day deal is a free pizza giveaway on Facebook and Instagram, starting at 7 a.m. ET on Thursday, Feb. 7, according to Red Baron. You can enter by simply posting a photo alongside a "thank you" note to pizza, and in the caption, share how Red Baron pizza solves any and all "mealtime chaos." Make sure to use the hashtag #ThankYouPizza and tag @RedBaronPizza. One lucky family will win free pizza for a year.
Keep in mind if you don't win, any and all entries will receive a coupon code for “Buy two pizzas, get one dollar off.”
So, there you have it: There are pizza deals galore to enjoy on National Pizza Day. Plus, it looks like many of them even extend beyond the official Feb. 9 holiday, so pick out your faves, and enjoy all the discounted pizza you can handle.