What’s more exciting than watching the Denver Broncos take on the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50? Doing it with with free pizza — or at least discounted pizza. Below are three ways to score deals on your Super Bowl party pizza.

Papa Johns: The pizza giant has done a phenomenal job of making itself synonymous with the Super Bowl. The company normally arranges a pizza giveaway for the coin toss, and this year is no different. Here’s how to win a chance to get free pizza:

  1. Follow @papajohns on Twitter.
  2. Look for the pizza and football emoji from their Twitter account during the Super Bowl.
  3. If spotted during the big game, reply to @PapaJohn with a heart emoji and #PJSWEEPSTAKES.
  4. Wait for Papa John’s to respond for possible free pizza. Last year, winners won $100 gift card.

Anyone who orders $15 worth of food before the Super Bowl starts will get a free large three-topping pizza the following Monday.

Domino’s: While viewers are welcomed to follow Domino’s on Twitter, the pizza chain makes it much easier to get discounted pizza. There are a slew of coupons on their website that complement any type of order. Simply go online and enter your address or user login information if you’re a regular. Tip: Having a registered user name will help customers earn points toward a free pizza.

Pizza Hut: This year, Pizza Hut is celebrating the big game with the Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza, which is covered in $100 of edible 24-karat gold. “It’s not every day that the Golden Anniversary of the Big Game is played in the Golden State, so we felt it was only appropriate to celebrate with a limited-edition Golden Garlic Knots Pizza,­” Jared Drinkwater, Pizza Hut’s vice president of marketing, said in a statement.

For a chance to win the limited-edition golden pizza, in addition to a $100 gift card, order a regular Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza or email Pizza Hut's PR team between 1 and 5 p.m. EST time on Sunday, Feb. 7.

Super Bowl 50 will be broadcast live Sunday, Feb. 7, on CBS from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m., EST.

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