Pizza parlours around the country are offering mad discounts, from entirely free pizzas to half price doughs.
Whole Foods is selling Take & Bake pizza for $9.99. The "pizza" is made with a heart-shaped Double-Fudge Brownie crust and topped with Love Potion #31 Ice Cream, fudge brownie pieces, marshmallow topping and festive heart sprinkles.
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This West Coast pizza chain is giving away one free personal pizza per person when you buy a Pepsi fountain drink.
Before we go any further, we have to warn you that the deals we've listed below will only be available at participating locations. Find them at pizzahut.com.
Little Caesars: Get extra pepperoni and cheese for $1 when you upgrade to Little Caesars "Extramostbestest" at your participating store. Their deal is two large pizzas with two toppings for $10.99 each.
India, Palestine sign six agreements
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