It's #NationalPizzaDay, here's some Detroit pizza deals

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As if you had any other food option on this snowy hell day, it's actually National Pizza Day! We recommend pulling out whatever DiGiorno (or Jeno's — yeah, we see you Jeno's) you've got in your fridge, and thrusting yourself unapologetically into a pizza coma and Netflix-ing the day away.

You wouldn't actually order a pizza and make another human being drive to deliver it to you, would you? OK, you probably would. And you're in luck, there's some pretty OK deals out there. Shout out to CBS Detroit, for compiling the following list:



• Domino’s
Several deals to choose from: One large three-topping pizza for $7.99; Any medium two-topping pan pizzas for $8.99; Choose two or more items from a select menu for $5.99 each.

• Happy’s Pizza
Get two large single-topping pizzas and an order of breadsticks for $19.99. Or, get a large single topping pizza, an order of stuffed cheese bread a free two liter of Pepsi for $15.99.



• Hungry Howies
Get a small, two-topping pizza for $5; a large, one-topping deep dish for $10; or two medium one-topping pizzas and an order of Howie bread for $15.

• Papa John’s
Get 25 percent off regular-priced menu items with coupon code 25DISC.

• Pizza Hut
Get two or more medium pizzas with as many toppings as you want for $6.99 each, or a large two-topping pizza for $7.99.

• Little Caesars
It's literally always cheap AF. That's the point. Pizza! Pizza!


(*Promotions may vary by location and franchise, obviously. Call ahead to make sure you're not greatly disappointed. Also, we added that last one.) 

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