Pizza deals are popping up to celebrate the start of the 2015-2016 football season, which begins for college football today and the NFL next week.
All of the major chains are offering football fans discounts on pizza and some of the best offers are on carryout orders.
Papa John’s is celebrating the start of football season with its Kickoff Special that gives fans a large 2-topping for $10.
Also at Papa Johns’s, order $15 or more online and get a free pizza on a future order using promo code WINNING. Orders must be placed by September 13, and free pizza redeemed by September 27.
An Early Week Mania special at Papa John’s includes a large 3-topping pizza for $10 on Mondays – Wednesdays— great for fans to take advantage of when Monday Night Football picks up again with a doubleheader on September 14.
Pizza Hut’s specials for the start of football season include a Draft Deal for $24.99 that includes 2 large 1-topping pizzas, 8 bone-out wings, 2 liters of Pepsi, & breadsticks; a $10 carryout-only deal through September 27 on any hand-tossed, thin, or pan pizza; and a large 1-topping cheesy bites pizza for $11.99.
Domino’s has medium, 2-topping handmade pan pizzas for $8.99 each and a carryout-only deal on large, 3-topping pizzas for $7.99 each, Mondays – Thursdays.
Other deals at Domino’s include any two or more of the following for $5.99 each: medium 2-topping pizzas, specialty chicken, oven baked sandwiches, stuffed cheesy breads, pastas, 8-piece wings or boneless chicken.
Marco’s Pizza is offering the following deals: 2 large 1-topping pizzas for $19.99; large specialty pizza and cheezy bread for $17.99; large pepperoni magnifico pizza $10.99; and x-large 1-topping $12.99. A medium 1-topping pizza is only $8.99, carryout only.
Little Caesar’s has a $9 Hot-N-Ready Box Set that contains a Deep!Deep! Dish Pizza and Italian Cheese Bread that can be picked up from 4-8 pm.
Other deals are being offered that are region or location specific; these can be accessed by plugging in a zip code or address on many of the pizza chains’ websites.
For example, Papa John’s is promoting 50% off online orders the following Monday after a local college football team wins, so this may be offered at other locations as well for corresponding schools.