With statistics like that, it’s not surprising that National Cheese Pizza Day is a big deal. If you haven’t heard of this cheesalicious holiday yet, I promise I’m not making it up. National Cheese Pizza Day is a real thing, and it takes place on September 5th each year.
Check out the lovely pizza I made to celebrate this popular holiday:
Just kidding – that’s a stock photo I got from Pixabay. I’m allergic to wheat, and my son used to have a tomato allergy (it was later reclassified as a tomato sensitivity, so now he can eat tomatoes in moderation if he wants). He’s still kinda freaked out by tomatoes though, so we usually buy a gluten-free pizza with pesto sauce from Against the Grain Gourmet.
If you don’t have the issues my family has with pizza, there are some awesome deals going on today.
The best deal I’ve seen is the one where you score a large cheese pizza for just $5 from Pizza Hut when you enter the promo code “SAYCHEESE” at checkout. You can also save 50% on other orders from Pizza Hut from now until September 11th.
Today is Tuesday, which means Cecil Whitaker’s popular special happens to fall on National Cheese Pizza Day. You can get a large cheese pizza for $4.99 every Tuesday – not just today. I think this is a local restaurant, so I’m not sure if all of my readers have one near them.
Domino’s still has its $5.99 deal going on, but it’s not a special deal just for today. Pick two qualifying menu items, such as a medium 2-topping pizza and marbled cookie brown, and pay $5.99 for each one. You must purchase at least 2 items to get this deal.
I’ve heard reports that some restaurants are giving out free slices of pizza to celebrate National Cheese Pizza Day, but I don’t have official details on stores/locations just yet. I’ll update this post if and when I learn more.
If you don’t want to order pizza, you can make some pizza crackers with your kiddos. Mine love making this recipe.