Win Free Pizza for a Year


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The legend of pizza starts with the discovery that mixing flour and water with pizza and heating it on a hot stone can produce a delicious crust. Although the exact origins of the recipe are unknown, pizza has been a basic part of the Italian diet since the Stone Age. Since the crust was often used as a plate, the Italians adopted the Greek tradition of using a round shape. This convenient, thrifty food was improved in the 15th century when tomatoes were introduced to the recipe, and remains a staple of many western diets. From the small pizza parlor on the corner to the large chains found in mini-malls and the wood-fired creations in restaurants, families have plenty of options for where and how to get cheesy, saucy slices on their plates and into their bellies. Vote for your favorite pizza spot and you could win $1,500 worth of pizza from Pizza Hut or Domino's.

One of the most successful franchise businesses in the world, Domino's Pizza has over 8,000 stores in over 50 countries. Having built their reputation by focusing on delivering fresh, hot food every time, soccer games, birthday parties, pool parties, and other fun-filled events often begin and end with their affordable pizza.

Hungry families and offices have been calling Pizza Hut for hearty food you can eat with your hands since the first Pizza Hut opened in 1958. Committed to creating the best-tasting pizza around, their all-natural sauce is made from vine-ripened tomatoes, and their meats are all-natural with no preservatives or fillers. Perhaps this is why soccer teams, birthday parties, pool parties, and other fun-filled events often begin and end with their tasty menu items.

Surveys for Fun wants to know whether you love the low prices at Domino's or the greasy, spongy crust at Pizza Hut. Take the poll now for your chance to win a year's supply of pizza from one of America's top chains.


This offer is only valid for residents of:

  • United States


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