Pizza Hut Is Giving Free Pizza to One Set of Parents This Super Bowl

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ByNehal Aggarwal
Associate Editor
Jan 2020
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Pizza hut is once again offering free pizza to the first baby born after kick off on Super Bowl Sunday—but this time, they’re upping the ante.

To celebrate their second Super Bowl as the official pizza sponsor, Pizza Hut will be celebrating the first set of twins born after kick off, this year. The winning family will receive a trip for two to next year’s Super Bowl, two years of free pizza (for all those sleepless nights after the babies come) and $22,000 to help kickstart the twins’ education funds.

To help welcome the twins, Pizza Hut enlisted the help of Super Bowl LIII champions and identical twins, Devin and Jason McCourty. “We know that parents don’t get an off-season, so as twins and parents ourselves, we’re pumped to help honor one lucky family welcoming twins on Super Bowl Sunday!” Jason stated in a news release. “We have awesome family memories with Pizza Hut growing up—from the beginning we’ve always been passionate about food, family and football, so it feels great to be part of a Super Bowl campaign that spotlights all three,” Devin added.

Even if you’re not expecting twins, you still have a chance to be a winner. You can learn more about how to enter and prize information here. Super Bowl LIV will take place this Sunday, February 2, 2020.

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