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National Pizza Day

February 9th is National Pizza Day. That means whether you’re favorite pie is thin crust New York style, or deep dish Chicago style – it’s time to grab a slice of something special.

As and when we hear about pizza day specials, discounts and deals we will list them below for easy reference. Here’s all the items we know about National Pizza Day 2022.

National Pizza Day in 2022

Pizza lovers rejoice! Marco’s Pizza is delivering the extra pep everyone is craving in honor of National Pizza Day, tomorrow Feb. 9, with a special deal on its most loved pizza – Pepperoni Magnifico. Topped to perfection with the ultimate combination of Marco’s signature Old World Pepperoni and classic pepperoni, this VIP – very important pizza – has developed a fan following all its own thanks to mouth-watering flavor and of course, an abundance of everyone’s favorite pizza topping for unstoppable savory satisfaction. In fact, in 2021 alone, Marco’s customers devoured 1 million pounds of Old World Pepperoni. Via press release.

National Pizza Day in 2021

Here are all the deals and specials we saw for Pizza Day in 2021:

Einstein Bagels

Celebrate National Pizza Day all week with Einstein Bros. Bagels’ Family Pizza Bagel Box, only $5, Feb. 9th through 14th. Einstein Bros. Bagels believes there is no better pizza crust than a fresh-baked bagel. Feed the whole family this National Pizza Day with a $5 Family Pizza Bagel Box, a 50% savings off regular price.

The fresh-baked Family Pizza Bagel Box is full of four classic cheese and four pepperoni pizza bagels (eight bagel halves), served hot and fresh, ready for the family to devour.
To redeem this deal, guests can order ahead on the Einstein Bros. Bagels mobile app, available starting Feb. 9 (National Pizza Day) through Feb. 14.

Round Table Pizza

On National Pizza Pie Day users of Round Table’s Royal Rewards app can score a FREE stuffed crust upgrade on large pizzas.

2021’s Best Cities for Pizza Addicts

Deep dish, thin crust, or somewhere in between — America is a nation of pizza addicts. That craving has only grown while we’ve been sticking close to home during the pandemic as pizza is the ultimate comfort food. But which 10 cities take the biggest slice out of 2021’s Best Cities for Pizza Addicts?

With National Pizza Day around the corner on February 9th, LawnStarter compared the 100 biggest cities across five key factors, including prevalence of pizzerias, average cost, and search popularity. Here are the cities that topped (and flopped), followed by some highlights and lowlights.

Best Cities For Pizza Addicts

1 New York, NY
2 Chicago, IL
3 Pittsburgh, PA
4 Cincinnati, OH
5 Tampa, FL
6 St. Louis, MO
7 Las Vegas, NV
8 Atlanta, GA
9 Cleveland, OH
10 Richmond, VA
Worst Cities For Pizza Addicts

Worst Cities For Pizza Addicts

191 Anaheim, CA
192 Aurora, CO
193 Garland, TX
194 Irvine, TX
195 Chula Vista, CA
196 Stockton, CA
197 Newark, NJ
198 Jersey City, NJ
199 Santa Ana, CA
200 Fremont, CA

Highlights and Lowlights:

  • Big Apple? Call it the Big Pizza: New Yorkers love their tomato pies, so much so the Big Apple sits atop our Best Cities for Pizza Addicts. Who hasn’t heard of — or tasted — New York-style pizza? The hand-tossed crust is wonderfully crisp and airy at the edge and thin in the middle. And no need for nouveau ingredients like artichokes or avocado — the traditional New York-style pizza is just tomato sauce and mozzarella. Savor it by the slice, folded for easy eating … and easy carrying by Pizza Rat.
  • Best in the Midwest: Chicago and a slew of other Midwest cities took top-10 spots: Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Cleveland. The Windy City, of course, is renowned for its deep dish Chicago-style pizzas — each slice can be a meal in itself! Pittsburgh has the most pizza places per resident, with the other cities also sporting impressive numbers. St. Louis boasts some relatively cheap pizza, along with its own named-after-the-city thin crust style. What is it about the Midwest that makes for great pie? We’re not sure, but The Washington Post has called the Midwest a region whose “pizza time has come.”
  • California in the Cold: California often sets trends, but it’s been left out of the pizza craze. The highest ranked Golden State city is San Diego at a No. 27, and it only goes downhill from there. Six of the 10 lowest ranked cities are all in California. This could be due to costs. (Stockton, California, was our most expensive city for pizza.) Not loving pizza isn’t all bad. California is known for having a culture of dieting and healthy living, which isn’t exactly compatible with the frequent intake of heavy carbs. At least California’s pizza disdain leaves more slices for the rest of us.