National Pizza Day coupons

If you've ever enjoyed Pizza Hut's all you can eat dine in experience you're probably feeling hungry right about now

As always, many restaurants are participating in this phenomenon, offering customers some savoury deals to help honour the food that has fuelled the hungers of billions of humans worldwide.

And that means that not only is it obligatory to eat as much pizza as possible, but you can do so very cheaply because there are loads of cheesy deals on offer.

From 3 p.m.to 7 p.m., participating Baskin-Robbins locations are giving out free samples of their new Sweetheart Polar Pizza.

Pizza Hut: Two medium two-topping pizzas for $5.99, plus Hut Rewards members can get 30 percent off all menu-priced pizzas. At Pizza Rock, four ovens each prepare a different type of pie based on temperature so you can get your slice the way you like it.

Stop by a Pilot or Flying J Travel Center and get a free slice of pizza on February 9 by downloading the myPilot app.

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Whole Foods is selling Take & Bake pizza for $9.99. From Pizza Hut to even Baskin Robbins, there are plenty of chains who are ready and willing to make sure you are doing it right.

What's better than just one pizza?

Score two medium one-topping pizzas plus Howie Bread for $15, plus other combo deals (see list here). Find them at pizzahut.com.

The chain is now running a National Pizza Day promotion where you can get extra pepperoni and cheese for $1 when you upgrade to Little Caesars "ExtraMostBestest" at participating stores. Rewards members get 30 percent off on February 9.

Dominos: You can choose two menu items for $5.99 each.

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