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Pizza Coupons and Other Restaurant Food Deals

Posted on Tuesday, January 27th, 2009 at 12:15 pm
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Going out to eat can be expensive. Then again, it could be pretty cheap, too, if you know how to get the deals. Pizza coupons are always nice to get, and can you believe that there is the opportunity to get a large pizza for only 25 cents?

Pap John’s is featuring a promotion around football. You go to the site to register, and then if the opening kickoff of the “Big Game” results in a touchdown, you and anyone else who registered will receive a coupon for a large one-topping pizza for the price of 25 cents!

I know of two deals for Pizza Hut pizza, although I haven’t tried them myself. Since Pizza Hut tends tends to offer some coupons locally that don’t work elsewhere, I can’t guarantee that they will work for you, but it is worth trying. The first was advertised today as getting $5 off a large pizza when you ask for the “Real Deal” promotion. The other special is using code 02 when you order online to get a large 1-topping pizza for $10.99 and a second one for $9.99.

Panera Bread is offering free coffee all day tomorrow, January 28th. They have some new flavors that they want you to try. You can use this link to see if there is a Panera Bread near you. I’m thinking of calling a few friends to meet me there for a catch up and the free coffee. By the way, I love their fresh grilled mozzarella panini. Free Coffee

Nathan’s Famous is offering hot dogs for only 5 cents! This is the original 1916 price. You have to buy one to get the second hot dog at that price and use a coupon. That isn’t a bad deal for lunch, though. Hot dogs for 5 cents

Happy eating!

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