This Papa John’s Deal Will Satisfy Your Pizza Craving… for Super Cheap
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Groupon may have lost its luster from previous years of amazing and/or questionable deals (half-price laser-eye surgery? Heck yes!), but every now and then, we still stumble across an amazing deal.
Instead of a discount, this Groupon offers free pizza.
Purchase a $25 egift card for Papa John’s Pizza through Groupon, and you’ll also receive vouchers for two free large pizzas.
How to Get 2 Free Pizzas from Papa John’s
When you purchase the deal, you’ll get three emails: one with the gift card and two that each include a promo code for a large, one-topping pizza. All together, that’s a value of about $55.
You don’t have to redeem your free pizza codes in the same order, but think of the party you could have for just $25?!
You have to use your free pizza promo codes by Jan. 22, 2017, which means it’s time to start planning ahead for casual holiday gatherings, your “Gilmore Girls” Netflix binge-watching session or a playoff football tailgate party.
Groupon warns there’s only a “limited time remaining” to grab this deal, so don’t wait until you’re hungry to buy it!
Make This Deal Even Better
Here’s an easy way to get even more out of this offer: Shop Groupon through eBates to get 6% cash back on your purchase.
And don’t forget to use a credit card that offers cash back or points toward travel to maximize your savings. Don’t forget to pay off your balance — no cheesy circle of goodness is worth going into debt over.
I love when saving is simple. Especially when there’s pizza involved!
Your Turn: How will you use your Papa John’s Groupon deal?
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Lisa Rowan is a writer and producer at The Penny Hoarder. She covers the pizza beat.