What’s For Dinner? Celebrate National Cheese Pizza Day With These Deals!

It’s National Cheese Pizza Day, and pizza lovers across the country are observing the holiday by ordering up some fresh hot pizza – and holding the toppings! Various restaurants throughout the country are offering deals on pizza today. This may provide an easy answer to the burning question, “What’s for dinner?”

Pizza Hut: Pizza Hut is offering $5 large cheese pizzas with coupon code SAYCHEESE at checkout. This deal will save customers around $5 to $6 total. The offer is good for both delivery and pickup orders placed on the Pizza Hut website or apps with the code.

Papa John’s: Papa John’s is letting customers create an extra-large two-topping pizza for $11, or two medium two-topping pizzas for $6.99 each.

Domino’s Pizza: Domino’s is offering two or more medium two-topping pizzas for $5 each. Customers can also mix and match with Bread Twists, salads, pastas, eight-piece wings, specialty and boneless chicken, and Stuffed Cheesy Breads.

In addition, Domino’s is offering a large three-topping pizza for $7.99 (just asking for extra cheese is an option), or a medium two-topping pan pizza for $8.99.

AMC Theatres: In honor of the holiday, AMC Theatres is offering 7 ½-inch round pizzas for $3 plus tax, while supplies last.

Some “Pizza Fun Facts” provided by Pizza.com include:

A total of 94% of Americans eat pizza regularly. Pizza accounts for more than 10% of all food service sales.

The top five pizza sales days are Super Bowl Sunday, New Year’s Eve, Halloween, the night before Thanksgiving, and New Year’s Day. On Super Bowl Sunday, pizza delivery drivers can expect normally $2 tips to often soar as high as $20. On that day, Domino’s delivery drivers will log around 4 million miles.

The average pizzeria uses roughly 55 pizza boxes per day.

Curiously, there is another National Cheese Pizza Day celebrated annually on Feb. 9. Not that anyone’s complaining, of course.

Craig Birchall displays a super supreme pizza
Craig Birchall, a Domino’s Pizza franchisee, displays his super supreme pizza in May 2005 | William West/AFP/Getty Images