Tony's Pizza by Ben Spark (Flickr) - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

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How would you like to try some free pizza? You can’t really beat the price of free!

I recently requested a number of vouchers so that I could give Tony’s Pizza a try. More specifically, I was given the opportunity to try their new Crispy Crust Pizza. It looked really good and, since I’m far from a pro in the kitchen, the lack of culinary skills needed in their preparation was certainly appealing.

You could go out for pizza, but that is almost always more expensive than taking the bake-at-home option. With the new Crispy Crust Pizza from Tony’s, you get a baked crust, zero grams of trans fat, and a unique “scround” shape (square with round edges). That’s almost healthy, right?

The Hunt for Free Pizza

Getting these vouchers in the mail, I headed over to my local grocery store so that I could use them. Nope, no stock. In fact, I tried a few other grocery stores and there was nary a Tony’s Pizza in sight. From what I can gather, this may be an American-only product, at least for the time being.

So, instead of letting the coupons go to waste, I figured it would be better to share them with the Beyond the Rhetoric community. If you love to save money as much as I do (every penny counts) and you like to eat, then this is a good giveaway for you. Whether you need an easy snack or you’re entertaining guests, you can’t go wrong with pizza.

How Can I Win?

All you have to do to enter is to leave a comment on this post. Make sure you enter a valid email address, since that’s the only way that I’ll be able to contact you.

Deadlines and Fine Print

Since it seems like Tony’s Pizza is only available in the United States, this giveaway is only open to Americans. If someone from Tony’s wants to correct this, feel free.

There are eight pizza vouchers in all, so I’ll pick four winners at random, each of whom will receive two coupons. The deadline for entry is 11:59pm on March 2, 2010. That gives you precisely one week. Good luck!

Photo above courtesy of Ben Spark (Flickr) via CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

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