Papa John's Super Bowl 2013 Coin Toss: How To Get Your Free Pizza
By IBTimes Staff Reporter | February 4, 2013 11:09 AM EST
Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis correctly selected heads, meaning that any Americans who entered the contest and chose heads can treat themselves to a free large one-topping pizza on the restaurant's dime.
It's a very simple process, so just follow the instructions below and you'll be munching on free pizza soon. And we all know free food tastes so much better than food you have to buy.
If you entered the contest and correctly picked heads, you should be getting a promotion code in your email soon, as Papa John's announced on its website on Sunday:
"If you voted and made the right call, TOMORROW, Monday, Feb. 4, you will receive an email with promotion code for a large FREE PIZZA with 1 topping."
Once you get your promotion code, simply visit the Papa John's homepage, where you will be able to enter the code and order your free pie, which can only be obtained via the company's website.
Just don't wait too long to redeem it, as you only have until March 10, 2013, to get your free pizza before the code expires.
The Super Bowl XLVII coin toss took place shortly before 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, kicking off the eagerly-anticipated showdown between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers.
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