Who doesn't love a good, cheesy slice of pizza? We definitely can't resist the cheesy goodness of 'za – especially when you're getting it for a seriously sweet price. In need of a mid-week pick-me-up? Pizza Pizza has the perfect answer! Pizza Pizza is offering 50% off pizzas in Canada this week. You definitely do not want to miss this sweet pizza deal. 

You can get 50% off all their pizzas that are regular priced starting today! Normally, for instance, a small pepperoni would cost you $8.99 on their website and a medium size is priced at $10.99.

With this new promo, you can get a small pepperoni pizza for around $5 or a medium pizza for only $5.50. For just an extra dollar, you can upgrade that pizza to a large. What a steal!

So how do you get in on this killer promotion? All you have to do is enter promo code "50OFF" when you check out your order online and you'll be able to get your pizza for half-off. This deal is only applicable to online orders made through their website. 

This deal won't last long so make sure you head on over to Pizza Pizza's website before you miss your chance to get some 'za for 50 percent off. The promo starts today on April 11 and will run until next week on Monday, April 15.

Pizza Pizza has a ton of different pizza flavours, so you'll have a wide selection to choose from. They offer speciality pizzas, such as Chicken Bruschetta, Spicy Tex-Mex, Philly Cheese Steak and more! Of course, they also have classic pizza options like Pepperoni and Hawaiian.

Besides pizza, you can get other dishes for your meal. Pizza Pizza offers sides like wings, onion rings, salads and even avocado fries. 

Pizza Pizza is a beloved pizza chain with several locations throughout Canada, such as in Ontario and BC. To find the location nearest to you, you can visit Pizza Pizza's website and use the store locator tool.

So what are you waiting for? Head on over to Pizza Pizza's website now to order your delicious, half-off pizza. 

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