Win Free Papa Johns Pizza By Selecting Heads or Tails for Super Bowl Coin Toss!

Posted on: January 28th, 2013 by Chris No Comments

cointossHeads or tails?  What do you think the first coin toss for the Super Bowl will be?  Papa Johns is having a fun contest and if you choose correctly, you can win a free large pizza.  When you visit the Papa Johns website make your choice between heads or tails and you are entered to win.  And just for voting, you will get 35% off any large pizza or regular menu item online.

So go to Papa Johns and enter.  If you are selected, you will be notified by email by the end of day on Monday, February 4th (the day after the Super Bowl). You will be given a promotion code valid for a large 1-topping pizza at


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