IHOP debuting 'Pancizzas' in honor of National Pizza Day

Marco Green
February 10, 2019

Tom's Urban also offers a BBQ chicken pizza as well as a classic pepperoni pie, and all pizzas can be made gluten-free at an additional cost.

Mention the "National Pizza Day" deal at Chuck E. Cheese's and you can get a free upgrade from a large pizza to an XL pizza on Saturday, February 9. To enter, post a photo with a "thank you note to pizza", tag Red Baron's Instagram page and use the hashtag #ThankYouPizza before midnight Saturday.

In honor of National Pizza Day, Pilot Flying J, which has many locations across the US, will gift you a free pizza slice when you download its app.

Domino's is hosting a contest to win up to $500 worth of pizza, and there are more opportunities for people to win $5 or $4 e-gift codes.

We've rounded up the best deals so you don't have to ransack every pizza purveyor's website for those juicy details. Of all the food-related national days, Pizza Day is one of the easiest to get on board with, and a ton of national chains and local shops are celebrating by cutting prices and giving away free pizza. Don't forget to sign up for Hut Rewards so you can rack up more points.

Pizza Hut: Any large pizza for $10.99 when you use the code "THANKYOU" at checkout. Must order online and pick up at the store.

For today only, Mulberry Street Pizza in London will be offering up giant bagelizzas, 12-inch in circumference and topped with brisket, pastrami, sauerkraut, cheese, and Russian dressing. Imagine a Chipotle of pizza - minus the history of foodborne illness - and you've got yourself Blaze, an assembly line style build it yourself pizza joint. The deal last until February 17. Free pizza of course! They'll also donate a dollar to the Leukemia & Lymphona Society. Domino's is also running a contest on social media for National Pizza Day 2019, and the victor will get free pizza for a year. The offer can be redeemed for either cheese or pepperoni, is dine-in only, and valid on your next visit in February.

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