5 Ways to Get Pizza Coupons and Save Money on Dinner
Pizza night shouldn’t be a financial splurge. The convenience of hot, gooey pizza prepared just the way you like it is just a coupon away. Not sure where to get the best deals? Both paper and electronic pizza coupons are at your fingertips.
1. Log In
Point your web browser to your favorite pizzeria’s website. Look for tabs labeled “Specials” or “Deals.” These online, Internet-only deals can save you a few dollars per pizza and make ordering a snap. Set up an online account and order. The best part? Most restaurants will save your favorite orders so you can re-order with a click of the mouse. Some restaurants will send you follow-up coupons via email.
2. Pick-Up Perks
If your preferred pizza maker doesn’t have a website, stop by the restaurant to pick up a pizza. Pay close attention to your pizza box. Many restaurants will tuck a flyer — complete with pizza coupons — in with your order. This method of advertising keeps you coming back at a fraction of the regular cost. If no coupons are included, ask about weekday pick-up specials.
3. Check the Mailbox
After you’ve ordered pizza from your favorite chain restaurants, you’ll magically notice coupons coming directly to your mailbox. In addition to these direct-marketing pieces, look for newspaper inserts and envelopes filled with coupons for great deals in your community. Taking the time to sort through these mailers could land you a two-for-one pizza deal in minutes!
4. Get Social
Every business is getting in on the social media craze. Log in to your favorite online hangout and look up pizzerias in your area. Follow, friend or join the page and get in on hot specials just for social media followers. Look for “Thank You” promotions offering limited-time pizza deals.
5. Group Buying Deals
Do you feed a little league team or do the kids seem to invited friends over for dinner most nights? You need pizza coupons! Look for group buying programs hosted by the local newspaper or savings blog to score coupons for half off your order from the local pizza place.