Whether it’s taking a bite out of some crispy, thin-crust or digging into thick, deep-dish pizza, the U.S. has plenty of places to get great pizza on a budget.
GOBankingRates made the search a little easier for you by scoping out the best cheap pizza deals and offers from some of America’s largest pizza chains. Get your favorite food for less by taking a look at the 20 best pizzas for $10 or less.
1. Pizza Hut
- Price: $5 ‘N Up Line Up Menu – 2 Or More, Starting At $5 Each
Pizza Hut has one of the best pizza deals because it offers variety with its $5 ‘N Up Line Up Menu. For a limited time, you can get a pizza, double order of breadsticks, stuffed garlic knots, a four-pack of soda and dessert options starting at $5 each.
2. Domino’s Pizza
- Price: Mix & Match Deal $5.99 each when you choose two or more
It’s tough to beat the pizza deal that Domino’s Pizza is currently running. Choose any two or more; medium 2-topping pizza, bread twists, salad, marbled cookie brownie, specialty chicken, an oven-baked sandwich, stuffed cheesy bread, 8-piece boneless chicken, or pasta in a dish for $5.99 each.
3. Papa John’s
- Price: $9.99
You can Enjoy a Large two-topping pizza for just under $10.
- Price: $6.99
Cicis offers one of the best cheap pizza deals out there. You can get all the pizza, salad, pasta and desserts for just six bucks.
5. Little Caesars
- Price: Starting at $5
Cheap pizza is great, but a cheap pizza with a bunch of toppings is even better. At Little Caesars, you can get a Hot-N-Ready Quattro (A large pizza with four different sections of Italian flavors: Pepperoni, Cheese, Italian Sausage & Pepperoni and Italian Sausage and Bruschetta, sprinkled with garlic herb seasoning) for only $7. I’m not drooling, you’re drooling!
6. Blaze Pizza
- Price: Starting at $5
If you’re looking for great pizza on a budget, look no further than Blaze Pizza. You can get an 11-inch Build Your Own Pizza starting at $5, which includes your choice of toppings.
7. Uno Pizzeria & Grill
- Price: $6
If you’re looking for quality, Chicago-style pizza, then Uno Pizzeria & Grill could be the best pizza for you. When you buy any pizza, get a second pizza of equal or lesser value for $6.
8. Gatti’s Pizza
- Price: Starting at $6.99
With locations throughout the Southeastern U.S., Gatti’s Pizza has some solid deals on pizza. As a Buffet style eatery — no one is stopping you from eating as much pizza that your little heart desires.
9. Papa Gino’s
- Price: $10.99
Not to be confused with Papa John’s, Papa Gino’s offers great pizza on a budget but is limited to the New England area. Despite the geographic restriction, Papa Gino’s still serves up one of the best cheap pizza deals. Not exactly under $10, this Papa Gino’s deal is unreal because you’ll get up to five toppings stacked on your disc of delicious dough.
- Price: $5.55 for a large pizza
You can get a large triple cheese or pepperoni pizza for $5.55, available around the clock, at 7-Eleven.
11. Marco’s Pizza
- Price: $10.99 for a Medium specialty pizza
Forget those one-topping pizza deals, Marco’s Pizza is offering a medium specialty pizza for only $10.99.
12. Round Table Pizza
- Price: $8.67
Round Table is the 11th largest pizza chain in the U.S. Although family-size pizzas are over $10, Round Table packs a lot of value into its personal pizzas. For $8.67, you can snag the King Arthur’s Supreme: a personal pizza loaded with pepperoni, salami, mushrooms, peppers, onions, black olives, linguica and Italian sausage.
13. Hungry Howie’s
- Price: $7.99
Even without a special or discount, Hungry Howie’s offers great pizza on a budget with a large two-topping pizza going for only $7.99.
14. Peter Piper Pizza
- Price: $4.99
Located in Southwest U.S., Peter Piper Pizza offers a great pizza on a budget, especially if you go small. You can get a personal cheese or pepperoni pizza for just $4.29.
- Price: $9.49
If you’re trying to find the best cheap pizza that’s also brick-oven cooked, Bertucci’s has it covered. Normally, a small cheese Bertucci’s pizza would normally run you $13-$22, a lunchtime flatbread pizza will only cost you $9.49 and it’s served with soup or salad.
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