Since October is National Pizza Month, there are a handful of chains and companies dishing up the deals!
Time to preheat that oven! To celebrate National Pizza Month, DiGiorno is finally getting into the delivery game after 25 years of telling America otherwise. Starting Oct. 1, pizza fans who tweet the name of their city using the hashtag #DeliverDiGiorno could have DiGiorno pizzas delivered in their hometown. To help determine where the free pizza will be delivered, the popular frozen brand will select up to five cities with the highest volume of mentions using the hashtag #DeliverDIGIORNO (plus the city name) on Oct. 1
During the first week of October, Domino's has a carryout deal where cheese lovers can order any three-topping pizza and pay just $7.99. The offer excludes extra-large specialty pizzas. The chain also offers its Mix & Match deal in which certain items, like salads, wings and pasta, cost $5.99 when folks buy two or more dishes.
National Pizza Month coincides with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Hungry Howie's is offering a deal that honors both. When customers order a large pizza online, they can get a medium pizza with one topping for just $1. Just visit Hungry Howie'swebsiteand use the code LHP10. The chain will donate a portion of proceeds from every pizza sold in a pink box to the National Breast Cancer Foundation during October.
Pizza Hut doesn't have just one special for National Pizza Month — it has a few ongoing deals worth celebrating. For folks who don't mind visiting a physical store location to pickup their order, any large three-topping pizza costs $7.99. This month, Pizza Hut alsolaunched its limited-edition Stuffed Cheez-It Pizzato its lineup of $5 items. And, should you happen to be a T-Mobile user, you canclaimone free medium pizza (with one topping) when you buy a large one for $7.99.