Various pizzas made in an Italian restaurant in Pyongyang were displayed in this picture released by North Korea's official KCNA news agency on April 28, 2009. REUTERS/KCNA (NORTH KOREA MILITARY FOOD SOCIETY POLITICS)

Go and get it while it’s hot (and free): National Pizza Day 2017 debuts Thursday, and people from around the country can celebrate by digging into their favorite pie. From thin crust to Chicago-style deep dish, pizza lovers can share their adoration for the cheesy-tomatoey-bready goodness throughout the day.

In celebration of the National Pizza Day, several pizza establishments and casual dining restaurants around the U.S. are offering deals so everyone can enjoy an affordable slice. Check this list below to see what deals are happening in stores available in your area:


While the pizza chain will not have any offers specifically for the holiday, they regularly offer pizza promo codes, which can be found here.

Papa John’s

Like other well-known pizza chains, Papa John’s won’t offer any national deals for pizza. However, an online promo for 25 percent off regular menu price orders is valid until Feb. 19.

MOD Pizza in Woodhaven, Michigan

The Michigan pizza chain location planned to give away free MOD-size pizzas to the first 25 customers who show up after the restaurant opens at 10:30 a.m. Thursday. While these guests get a free pizza, there’s a catch: The rules state customers need to reveal how they heard about the pizza day holiday.

Stevi B’s Pizza

The nationwide pizza chain is offering $1 off unlimited slices Thursday at participating locations.

Pilot Travel Centers

Deals redeemable here for a free slice of PJ Fresh pizza, available until Feb. 21.

Everything Philly

The Baton Rouge, Louisiana, casual dining restaurant Thursday will give 50 percent off 10-inch and 14-inch pizzas.

Pizza Hut

The fast-food chain unfortunately is not recognizing National Pizza Day as a time to dish out special deals, but it typically has coupons and specials at any given moment. To find a coupon or deal that fits your appetite, click here.

Cooks made pizzas in the Ai Marmi restaurant in the Rome neighborhood of Trastevere, Italy, May 11, 2007. (REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY))