All the National Pizza Day Deals Happening in San Antonio (That We Know Of)

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While pizza any day of the year sounds like a good idea, it's essential to have a slice on National Pizza Day (February 9 – aka Friday). These pizza shops are offering special deals so you can indulge in some cheesy goodness in honor of the holiday.

Domino's // Go big – or go medium. Enjoy any medium pizza for $7.99 or opt for carry-out on a large three-topping pizza, also for $7.99. Multiple locations, dominos.com.



Firenza Pizza // This chain is going all out for a joint National Pizza Day/Valentine's Day promo deal from February 9 to 18. Topped with lobster bisque, lobster, filet medallions and caviar, The Golden Surf and Turf pie is dusted with edible gold leaf. Be prepared to dish out $500 if you love pizza as much as you love bae. 5539 W Loop 1604 N Ste. 104, (210) 668-5719, firenzapizza.com.
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Hungry Howie's Pizza // Score a large three-topping pizza for $7.99. Multiple locations, hungryhowies.com.

Papa John's // Order up and enjoy 25% off all regular-price pizzas. Multiple locations, papajohns.com.



Pizza Hut // Feast on two medium any-topping pizzas for $6.99 each. Plus, if you're signed up for Hut Rewards, you can get 30% of all menu-priced pizzas. Multiple locations, pizzahut.com.

Pizza Patron // You can score large specialty pies like La Choriqueso (spicy ranch sauce, mozzarella cheese, sweet red onions, chorizo) for just $5.99. Multiple locations, pizzapatron.com.

Yard House // It's National Pizza Day every day at Yard House. Stop by for half-priced pies during Happy Hour. Multiple locations, yardhouse.com.

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