Pizza Hut to Give Free Pizza for a Year, Super Bowl Tickets to First Baby Born After Kickoff

Yet another reason to get excited for baby’s arrival.
ByStephanie Grassullo
Associate Editor
Published
Jan 2019
baby pictured with pizza hut boxes for deal pizza hut is offering, free pizza for one year first baby born after kick off
Photo: Pizza Hut

Touchdown!

Pizza Hut will give the family of the first baby born after kickoff on Super Bowl Sunday free pizza for a year and tickets to Super Bowl LIV.

“If there’s one thing we’re more passionate about than pizza and football, it’s the family we get to enjoy it with,” says Marianne Radley, chief brand officer of Pizza Hut. “We wanted to show up for our fans who are in the unique position of expanding their family during the biggest NFL game of the year. And as a mother of four, I would’ve jumped at the idea of free, post-delivery pizza at the hospital!”

Got a little one on the way? If baby makes their appearance on Super Bowl Sunday, post a photo on Twitter of your newest arrival and the exact time of birth, tagging @PizzaHut in the post and using the hashtags #PizzaHutSpecialDelivery and #promotion.

Pizza Hut is the official pizza sponsor at Super Bowl LIII, and this is just one of the many initiatives the pizza chain has launched to celebrate the partnership.

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