The only thing that tastes better than pizza is free pizza. Three of the top chains in the U.S. give loyal customers the opportunity to earn free food. Here comes a comparison of the pizza rewards programs offered by Domino’s, Pizza Hut, and Papa John’s.
Domino’s Piece of the Pie program gives you 10 points for each order over $10, tax and tip excluded.
A maximum of 10 points can be earned per order, and only one qualified order is allowed per 24-hour period. Once you earn 60 points, you can redeem them for a free two-topping medium pizza — that’s the only reward option, however.
However, if you play your cards right, you could earn that free pizza after spending just $60, parsed out over six separate orders. That’s a pretty good deal.
Pizza Hut Rewards members earn two points for every dollar spent ordering online.
There’s no limit to the number of points you can earn per order. And since you can claim a reward after spending just $75, so you might even be able to score it in your first delivery if, say, you’re getting a delivery for a party.
The program actually has three tiers of rewards:
150 points ($75)– medium two topping pizza with the choice of hand tossed or thin and crispy crust
200 points ($100)– any medium pizza
250 points ($125) – any large pizza
Rewards program members earn one point for every five dollars spent online. Papa Rewards members have an impressive amount of choices when redeeming reward points:
10 points ($50)– bread sides or desserts
15 points ($75)– medium two topping pizza
25 points ($125)– large three topping or pan pizza
30 points ($150) – specialty pizza
The Best of the Pizza Rewards Programs
Ultimately the choice between pizza rewards programs ought to rely on your consumption habits: If you make a large quantity of small orders, Domino’s might seem like the best deal.
However, if you tend to make a smaller quantity of larger-sized orders, then you might prefer Pizza Hut or Papa John.
If you want the most variety in pizza rewards, then Papa John’s might be for you — or if you really want to mix it up, you could sign up for all three and alternate. Of course, the latter choice might be best for people who really consume a lot of pizza.
Readers, what’s your favorite pizzeria? Do you belong to any pizza rewards programs, or would you switch pizzerias in order to claim (more) free pizza? If you’re in any pizza rewards programs, how often do you score free pizza?
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