Make sure you sign up and pay via a cashback site to get yourself some pizza-money back. Quidco currently gives you 3% while Topcashback gives you 1.05%. You can also use discount codes, offers and deals while using cashback sites.
Always order online
If you order and pay in-store, you're less likely to get yourself a discount. You can usually find yourself a code or deal for Papa John's (check our takeaway page) online. If there is nothing about, there is a rumour that the code 25OFF works on and off, so give it a shot if there is nothing better about.
Order pizza up to 21 days in advance
Papa John's is known for its price glitches and great short-lived voucher codes, however, what can be frustrating is if you have other plans or don't feel like pizza - but are loving the deal.
Well, a little trick is that you can order your pizza up to 21 days in advance. So pick a day you're in order it for then, using the current code.
Follow Papa John's on social media
And it's newsletter!
As much as it's a bit annoying having a pizza company pop up on your Facebook - that's where the last minute and short-lived codes and deals are. So it's worth it if you eat a pizza pretty often.
It's also worth signing up to our Student Money Saver newsletter, because we'll send you the best deals (incl Papa Johns) when we find them - and we ALWAYS find 'em.
Download the Papa John's app
Order on a Tuesday
At the moment, the best repeated Papa John's deal is 'Papa John's Tuesdays 2for1 large pizza for £9.99'. Just enter the code AAPJTFT at the Papa John's checkout to get the deal.
Ask for a freebie
If you don't ask, you don't get. When you go into store, or order over the phone, why not ask 'Will you throw in some Coke/chicken wings with that?'. We've heard that it works from a few didn't people, its all about having the guts to give it a go.
Earn points to get a free pizza
Sign up to Papa John's reward scheme, which gets you one reward point for every £4 you spend. When you get 25 points, you'll get a free large pizza. It ain't going to save you a load of money, but if you are spending at Papa John's anyway, it's crazy to not collect the points.
Collect in-store if possible
If possible, collect in-store rather than opt for the delivery option. First off, you can negotiate those freebies when you are face to face, but secondly, the best deals seem to be the collect in-store ones.
A current example of a collection deal, is any pizza/any size for £11.99, which is pretty good.
Keep an eye out for Tesco Clubcard deals
If you are a Tesco shopper who collects Clubcard points, consider converting them into Papa John's credit. Usually, £5 in Clubcard vouchers gets you £20 of Papa John's credit - but if you wait for double or triple Tesco Clubcard events, you'll get even more for your points.