Papa John’s 2 Free Pizzas Super Bowl XLVII Promotion

by Hu$tler on January 24, 2013

in Freebies

Papa John's Coin Toss
In honor of Superbowl XLVII, Papa John’s is offering up to two Free Pizzas with their Superbowl Coin Toss’ Heads or Tails. Simply guess the Super Bowl coin toss correctly, you’ll get a unique coupon code for a free large 1-topping pizza. Since they allow up to 4 four members in a single household to vote, you are guarantee for 2 free pizzas redeemable at papajohns.com(code will be valid through March 10th). Make sure to vote by February 2nd and the winner code will be e-mailed out February 4th and will be valid until March 10th. No account needed, no credit card needed, no newsletter sign-up needed.

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james c sheppard February 1, 2013 at 11:04 am

wish we hade a papa john here in roanoke 40 miles is the close one i love papa john

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Alexander Krach January 26, 2013 at 10:46 am

That’s a great deal from Papa Johns-I used to buy a ton of pizzas from them until they entered the politics game and threatened to raise prices and cut hours for their staff because of healthcare reform. I don’t buy their pizza anymore!

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