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We’ve got dinner covered for you this week!
Right now, Papa John’s is offering a buy one, get one free deal on pizzas. When you buy any pizza at regular menu price, you get one free—no promo code needed.
Papa John’s doesn’t say when this deal ends, but we’re guessing it’s for a limited time only. This deal is good on a pizza of equal or lesser value, perfect if you’re having people over to watch the game this weekend or just really don’t feel like cooking.
Plus, the deals don’t stop there, luckily.
Visa Checkout = Free Pizza
On top of that, if you pay with Visa Checkout, you’ll get another free large one-topping pizza.
You must order online and pay with Visa Checkout. Then, you’ll get an email with a unique promo code that you can redeem for a free pizza for up to 30 days after you receive it.
What is Visa Checkout, you ask?
It’s an online payment system that’s supposedly faster than getting our credit card and typing in the number every time you want to make a purchase.
It’s a little bit like Paypal, if you’re familiar with that service.
You first create a Visa Checkout account, then add your credit card details and your address.
When you want to pay for something online, you can click the Visa Checkout button and you won’t be asked to enter your card information—you just click and pay.
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And apparently, retailers really want to get you to pay with Visa Checkout—they’re willing to offer you a free pizza for doing it, right?
Visa announced in April of this year that roughly 20 million people had signed up for a Visa Checkout account. And in February, the company said it was working with more than 300,000 online retailers to accept Visa Checkout as a payment method.
There you have it: Buy one pizza, get two free! Now that’s a deal.