One, Three, or Five Large Five-Topping Pizzas from Papa John’s (Up to 66% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Large pizzas with vine-ripened tomato sauce and hand-tossed crusts are sprinkled with a choice of five toppings

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 5 per person, may buy 4 additional as a gifts. Advance order required. Carryout only. Not valid for online orders. Valid only at listed locations. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $7.99 for one large five-topping pizza (a $20.94 value)
  • $22.99 for three large five-topping pizzas (a $62.82 value)
  • $35.99 for five large five-topping pizzas (a $104.70 value)

Papa John’s

As a high-school student working at a local pizzeria, John Schnatter often pondered how he would do things differently if he owned such a business himself. After graduating from college in 1983, he got his chance, knocking down the broom closet in his father’s tavern to create his own pizza-delivery business. Since then Papa John’s has grown to 3,500 restaurants in 50 states and 29 countries. At each location, cooks cover the signature hand-tossed crusts, made with high-protein flour and clear, filtered water, with tomato sauce from vine-ripened California tomatoes, then pile on locally sourced ingredients such as green peppers and onions. The emphasis on fresh ingredients extends to the 100% mozzarella cheese, beef, and pork, which are never artificially inflated with fillers or undeserved compliments.

In addition to delivering pizzas, Papa John’s reaches out to the community with charity involvement, including partnering with the Boy Scouts of America and Junior Achievement to teach US students about entrepreneurship and the best method of capturing a wild roma tomato.