Peter Piper Pizza has announced a bevy of deals to help its customers beat the heat this summer.

The Double Up deal features two large, one-topping pizzas starting at $25.99. Game-loving guests can now also double up on play points with two 50-point “funpass” cards, redeemable at the restaurant’s gaming zones, for an additional $15. This means families can enjoy a pizza-and-play deal all day, every day this summer for just over $40.

The fun doesn’t stop there, according to a press release from Peter Piper Pizza. Guests can purchase an $8 Game Play promotion, which includes a “funpass” card, good for 30 minutes of unlimited play, with any lunch buffet purchase, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The all-you-can-eat lunch buffet starts at $7.99 for children under 10 and $9.99 for adults.

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In addition to the food and fun deals, Peter Piper Pizza is introducing two new pasta entrees at its Arizona and New Mexico locations:

  • Pepperoni Mac & Cheese: Rotini pasta with diced pepperoni, cheddar cheese and cheddar cheese sauce, starting at $10.99
  • Chicken Alfredo Bake: Rotini pasta with chicken, Alfredo sauce, spinach, mushrooms, Parmesan cheese, Romano cheese, minced garlic and classic herbs, starting at $10.99

Guests can also enjoy the all-new Mango ICEE flavor or other favorites like Cherry and Blue Raspberry.

“We know our guests are increasingly stretched for time and money, given the demands of working and raising a family while the cost of everything seems to keep going up,” said Peter Piper Pizza Chief Marketing Officer Genaro Perez. “Between our Double Up deal and our lunch buffet plus $8 Game Play promotion, we are giving families a way to create memories over delicious food and fun Game Play at an unbeatable price all summer long.”

Founded in 1973, Peter Piper Pizza locations feature dining, entertainment and carryout. The brand strives to create a “neighborhood feel” where “the fun is baked in” across its 120 locations in the U.S. and Mexico.