5 Chains Offering Free or Cheap Pizza This Weekend

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Sunday is National Pizza Day, and many chains are celebrating the “holiday” with freebies or discounts.

Following are some highlights. If you don’t see a deal you like, or don’t live near any of these chains, check with your pizzeria of choice.

If you do see a deal you like below, though, you still might want to call ahead to confirm that locations in your area are participating in the offers.

Blaze Pizza

If you order via the delivery service Postmates on Sunday, you can get a 14-inch pizza for free, a spokesperson tells Money Talks News. You must order $25 or more from Blaze Pizza and use code PIZZADAY at checkout.

Locations: Visit Blaze’s locations webpage.


Through Sunday, you can carry out three large one-topping pizzas for $5 each. You must show the coupon for this offer.

Locations: Cicis has 396 locations.

Einstein Bros. Bagels

Through Sunday, you can get two slices of pizza bagel for $3. First claim this offer on Einstein’s website, which will also sign you up for the chain’s rewards program if you aren’t already a member.

Locations: Visit Einstein Bros. Bagels’ locations page.

Round Table Pizza

Make a purchase on Sunday, and you will receive a coupon for a free Original Personal Pizza (cheese or pepperoni). The coupon is redeemable when dining in from Feb. 10 to March 31.

Locations: Round Tablet has more than 440 locations.

Planet Fitness

This gym chain will host a “carbs and cardio” workout party on Sunday that will involve free bagels from 7 to 10 a.m. and free pizza from 4 to 7 p.m. local time, while supplies last. Members and nonmembers alike are invited.

Locations: Planet Fitness has around 2,000 locations in the U.S.

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