Papa John’s: Super *HOT* Deal Idea To Score TONS of Pizzas on the Cheap

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Make it a Pizza Night on  the cheap! 🍕

Through June 25th, Papa John’s is offering up an extra 50% off Regular Menu Price Pizzas when you use the promo code PAPA at checkout. Note that this code may not be valid at all locations.

Even sweeter, score 25 Rewards Points (= a FREE pizza) with ANY $15 purchase when you use promo code BATTERUP at checkout also valid thru 6/25. And yes, you can use BOTH of these codes in the same transaction. Note that the 25 bonus points will be deposited into your account the day after your qualifying purchase and must be redeemed by 7/9/17.

But wait, there’s more!

Through June 18th, you can score a promo code valid for a FREE Large 1-Topping Pizza when you purchase $25 in Papa John’s eGift Cards! You should get an order confirmation and a separate email with the promo code for the free pizza within a minute or two of completing your order. Your free pizza promo code must be redeemed by 7/23.

Combine ALL of these promos for awesome savings!
FIRST, Do This (Transaction #1):

Buy $25 Papa John’s eGift Card
Pay $25
*Receive a promo code for free large 1-topping pizza within a few minutes

SECOND, Do This (Transaction #2):

Buy 2 Extra-Large Cheese Pizzas $17 each
Buy 1 Large 1-Topping Pizza $13
Total = $47
Use the promo code PAPA (50% off pizzas)
Use the promo code BATTERUP (25 points with $15 purchase = free pizza)
Use your FREE large 1-topping pizza promo code for buying $25 eGift Card
Total after all codes = $16.99
Pay with your $25 Papa John’s eGift Card you bought in transaction #1
Final Cost FREE + you still have $8 left on your Papa John’s eGift Card + you will receive 25 points in your account which is equal to another FREE pizza!

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Comments 30

  1. Anny

    Will there be a T-Mobile Tuesday post?
    I have a Xbox membership I can share with someone who wants it.

    • Jen

      How long is it?

      • Anny

        June,
        It’s a one month XBox game pass.

      • Anny

        Nancy, sending now from my e-mail. Enjoy!

  2. Laura

    I don’t think you can say that when you pay with a gift card you purchased that this is “free” though I agree it is a good way to use the paid card. Just might be a bit misleading to newer couponers. Thanks for the great matchup ideas! We are very loyal to Papa John’s because I can always work a great deal there!

    • Errrrr

      I see what you mean. I think you are right. The deal only works as posted if a person does BOTH transactions. If someone does only one transaction or the other, then the deal does not work. Therefore, the post should state “final cost for both transactions: $25 in exchange for 4 pizzas and $8 gift card balance.”

      • Laura

        Totally agree.

  3. Corla Sosa

    This looks like a great deal! I wish i had someone to share all that pizza with!

    • LindaS

      Corla Sosa I was thinking the same thing, “if only I needed that much pizza for some reason”.

      • Elizabeth

        I take advantage of deals like this and freeze the extra pizza. I wrap in foil and put in individual freezer bags – they warm up perfectly in the oven!

    • Angela

      I could be wrong but so long as you hit the $15 mark you don’t need to get so many pizzas plus you should be able to save the free pizza codes for another time?

      • Melissa

        Yes thats my plan ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. moody

    Meanwhile… Fandango is giving 10% off on 50+ gift cards… CODE: DADS2017

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Darn! That code is not valid for me ๐Ÿ™

  5. lashonda

    Could you buy 1 extra large cheese pizza ($8.50), 1 large cheese pizza (free), and 1 order of wings ($7.00) instead of 3 pizzas?
    Total $15.50

    • Tiggy

      Wow, $8.50 for an extra large cheese pizza~ Menu price here is $14.99. My favorite PapaJohn deal is a large 1 topping for $4.99 on Tuesday when I order online and use code TUE499. (My understanding that this code
      does not work everywhere, however) And better yet, you can get a different topping on each side of the pizza and not be charged for an extra topping like most pizza places. We get 1/2 pepperoni and 1/2 mushroom and still pay $4.99, plus tax.

  6. Tiggy

    Are you saying that you MUST immediately redeem the 25 pts. from using the Batter Up code, and can
    not log them into your account for a later date?

    • cbeths

      you can put the points in your account for later…but they will expire…. Papa Johns website says “You must redeem your bonus points by 7/9/17.
      Unused bonus points will expire.”

  7. Tricia

    So $25 for 4 pizzas and $8 balance…
    I might actually buy this and freeze the pizzas! It’s just me and hubby now, and he’s away on a business trip!
    I buy frozen pizzas at the grocery store for quick last minute meals – this would be much better ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Laura

      Tricia you can definitely save the extra pizzas for another time. So do the spend $15 to earn the free pizza, buy the card to earn the free pizza, but just spend $15 in pizza and/or breadsticks, cookie etc. Then you don’t have to freeze quite as much pizza, etc. Good luck!

  8. Suzy

    I freeze Papa’s pizza all the time. I buy these deals and pack the pizza two pieces to a foil wrap and put them in a ziplock bag. I don’t write what’s on them so hubby has learned that it’s a tossup on what he will get for lunch the day he packs it, lol. It’s great for small families to do this because it’s a quick meal when needed and of course it’s so much cheaper to buy it on the deals.

    • Suzy

      Forgot to say, when frozen I take it out of the foil and put it onto a plate. Then in the microwave on reheat for a couple of minutes. Then check it and back in for a couple more until it’s hot. Don’t cook it or defrost it, reheat helps to retain the moisture.

      • Tricia

        You might want to try reheating it differently for a better result… either on the stove top with a heavy skillet (put a lid on it and heat it slowly) or in a toaster oven or regular oven. I prefer the stove top unless I’m heating the oven anyway.

        • Shelby

          Yeah pizza in the microwave … not too good.

          • Suzy

            Depends on your microwave and whether you do it right. Reheating in the microwave doesn’t cook the pizza. Just open the microwave to rest it and move around on the plate, then resume reheat. From frozen it can’t overcook this way and there is absolutely nothing wrong with it.

  9. Megan

    Instead of 2 large 1-topping pizzas, you could get 1 extra large cheese pizza and 1 large 1-topping pizza to get to $31.50 for your subtotal ($15.75 with using the code PAPA–where I live, with tax it ends up being 16.70.)
    That is enough pizza for my family for one night with some leftover for the next day, and I would save the code from buying the e-gift card as well as the code for spending $15 for another night.
    Also, if you live in an area where you can use a code when a baseball team does well, you can get 50% off your whole regular price order, including sides/desserts — BUT I checked and I can’t use my baseball code with the BATTERUP code. PAPA and BATTERUP work together, but not the ORIOLES5 and the BATTERUP code.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Cool deal! Thanks for sharing Megan!

  10. Candace

    I banked the pizza code for another night. I got two small pepperoni pizzas ($7.99 each -50%) and a med all meat pizza, which was $13.50 – 50%=$6.75 then paid the $2 to large it (was cheaper that way than to just get a large at 50% off.) Paid $16.75, and I still have $8 on my card and two free pizzas to come. Thanks so much for this! I really didn’t want to cook today. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome Candace!

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