How to Get Free Pizza Coupons

Getting free pizza coupons is not difficult if you know where to look. They're often inside the Sunday paper, although you won't know which ones are available until the day the paper comes out. On the other hand, you can increase your odds of getting coupons for your favorite pizza retailer by looking on the retailer's website or signing up for coupons by email or text. You can also pick up coupons from the restaurant in person, and sometimes by just paying attention to the pizza box. Some pizzerias tape coupons to the box or the receipt.



Subscribe to or buy the Sunday edition of your local paper. Sunday papers usually have the largest and most diverse coupons from various retailers. Pizza coupons may appear from national retail chains such as Pizza Hut, Domino's and Papa John's. You may also see coupons for frozen brands in stores, such as Tombstone, Red Baron and DiGiorno.


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Pizza restaurants often make coupons available on their website, usually on a page labeled "Coupons," "Deals," or "Specials." The type depends on the retailer. Some coupons you can print out and take to the pizza restaurant, while others give you a promotion code to use during a phone order. Other coupons can only be applied to orders placed online.


Email and Text

Email and text notifications tend to come with coupon offers. Most commercial websites make it easy to find out how to sign up for those with buzzwords like "Sign Up for Great Deals" and "Exclusive Offers." Sometimes, you must sign up for a restaurant's rewards program to get coupons this way. For example, Pizza Hut gives them to its Hut Lovers members, while Cici's Pizza rewards people in its Pizza Perks.


Coupon Codes

If you order pizza online, coupon codes can come in handy. Essentially, these are electronic coupons from third party sites such as Retail Me Not. Type the name of the pizza retailer you're looking for in the search field and click "Search." All the coupon codes for that retailer will show along with the deal that goes with each code. For example, if you search for Pizza Hut coupons, you may see a coupon code for "$7.99 Large 2-Topping Pizza - Carryout Only" among other options. You would then go to Pizza Hut's website and put in the coupon code during checkout.


Third party sites sometimes have expired codes. You may have to try several codes before you find one that works.