Check out the deals being offered for National Pizza Day

National Pizza Day 2019 deals

Check out the deals being offered for National Pizza Day

We all love a piping hot pie and we all love a good deal - so for National Pizza Day on Saturday Feb. 9, we've created a roundup of restaurants with special offers. And, if you're lucky, it's on offer, too.

And for you traditional pizza lovers, here's some deals you can indulge in today if the a pancake really doesn't cut the muster for you.

Want free pizza for an entire year?

"IHOP has a lot of milestones to celebrate with our delivery program and our largest delivery partner, DoorDash, so what better way to do that than to join in on the National Pizza Day fun with our very own pancake-pizza creation: Pancizza", IHOP's CMO Brad Haley said in a press release. Read on for the best deals to celebrate National Pizza Day!

Blaze Pizza: Two pepperoni pizzas for just $10 when ordering online.

Chuck E. Cheese: A medium one-topping pizza and two drinks for $16.99; Two large one-topping pizzas plus four drinks for $32.99; and upgrade a large pizza to an XL for free at most locations by using the code 4860 at the registers. Enter the code THANKYOU at checkout when placing your online order to get the $10.99 pizza deal.

Little Caesars: Pretzel crust pizza for $6 on Saturday between 4 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Papa John's: Get a medium one-topping pizza for $6 with code CARRYOUT6 through March 3rd. Deal is available from February 7-17, carry-out only. The chain will donate $1 to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for every delivery or in-store purchase.

Free pizza? Yes, please. All you have to do is post a photo on your social media account with a thank you note to pizza for making life as a parent more bearable.

Toppers Pizza: Pick any two of either house pizza, three-topping pizza or 'Stix of any size for $9.99 each when you order online only. 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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