CINCINNATI - First, 11 Reds’ strikeouts meant free LaRosa’s pizza. Now, a Bengals’ victory means half-off on your online order at Papa John’s.
With the Papa John’s “Bengals Win, You Win” promotion, you can get 50% off on your online order at papajohns.com on the day after a Bengals’ victory by using promo code BENGALS50.
Cincinnati Papa John’s and the Bengals also have a new specialty box available while supplies last through the end of the season. The black and orange boxes feature the Bengals insignia and Papa John’s founder John Schnatter.
Get more information at http://www.facebook.com/PapaJohnsPizzaCincinnati.
Fans at Reds home games were offered a free small pizza from LaRosa’s if Reds pitchers had 11 or more strikeouts. That happened in 22 home games, meaning the promotion was good for 225,000 free small pizzas - about $1.3 million worth.
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