Papa John's offers free pizzas at start of NFL season

Papa John’s Pizza is kicking off another season as an official sponsor of the National Football League with a free pizza giveaway to members of its Papa Rewards loyalty network.

The Louisville, Ky.-based chain is making the announcement with spokesman Peyton Manning, quarterback for the Denver Broncos and a Denver-area franchisee.

Now through Sept. 15, the second Sunday of the NFL season, loyalty club members can order $15 or more worth of food from and use the promo code “TOUCHDOWN” to received 25 bonus Papa Rewards points, which can be redeemed for a free large pizza on a future order.

The deal is available to existing Papa Rewards members or new members who sign up before Sept. 15.

“This is an exciting time of year for every football fan, and we are pleased to add to the excitement by offering a free pizza to our existing loyal customers and new enrollees in the Papa Rewards loyalty program,” founder and chief executive John Schnatter said in a statement. “No matter how your team fares on the field this season, you’ll be a winner with this great offer.”

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