DiGiorno Pizza is Giving Away Free Pizza with Super Bowl Contest

Watch out Buffalo Wild Wings, there's another company offering free food for the Super Bowl and the odds are looking pretty good! DiGiorno pizza, the brand known for kicking delivery to the curb, is betting their crispy taste of delivery pizza (without the delivery) on the big game. According to a press release, "If at any point during the Big Game on Feb. 2, the score is 3-14 (or 14-3), football fans have a chance to win when DiGiorno gives away free pizza pi. Mamma Mia, give me that DiGiorno original rising crust with pepperoni and real mozzarella cheese.

DiGiorno Pizza is Giving Away Free Pizza with Super Bowl Contest

When the score hits 3-14, DiGiorno will tweet out a link where fans can enter for a chance to win a coupon for free DiGiorno Original Rising Crust Pizza. The frozen pizza will be awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis, while supplies last. Coupons will be redeemable in early March ahead of Pi Day and valid at retailers that sell DiGiorno rising crust pizza. But you better hurry, once the score changes so does your opportunity to enter for a chance to win.

All About DiGiorno


A subsidiary of Nestle, DiGiorno introduced its frozen pizza products in 1995. Today the DiGiorno brand has over 70 different frozen food products including pepperoni stromboli, cheese stuffed crust pizza, artisan thin crust, and personal pizzas.

One of the most popular pizzas is DiGiorno's original rising crust, which comes in a variety of juicy toppings. The preservative-free crust is always topped with DiGiorno's signature sauce made with California vine-ripened tomatoes and low-moisture part-skim mozzarella cheese.

How To Bake Your DiGiorno Pizza

To make it in your own home, preheat your oven to 400F. While preheating keep pizza in the freezer. Remove the pizza from the box, freshness wrap, and cardboard. Place pizza directly on the center oven rack, about 8 inches from the bottom. Bake until golden brown, about 18 to 21 minutes and remove pizza from oven and slice. You can always use a cookie sheet, but you get a crispier self-rising crust if you place it directly on the rack.

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