Papa John’s Is Rolling Out Its Epic Stuffed Crust Nationwide

Everyone has a favorite comfort food, whether it’s one of grandma’s traditional recipes or a dessert that keeps you cozy. I’d argue that pizza is a genre of comfort food all its own, with everyone having their preference of chain pizza joint to order from when the craving strikes. For me and many others that chain is Papa John’s, and now the restaurant is rolling out an Epic Stuffed Crust right in time for 2021.

After a successful test run in select locations earlier this fall, the stuffed crust is getting a debut at Papa John’s all across the United States. As the name suggests, this crust is indeed epic and features the brand’s classic dough stuffed with cheese for the crust—then you can order whatever toppings you want to go along with the brand’s signature red sauce and cheese.

The new menu item will be available at Papa John’s stores on December 28, so you can prepare for the new year exactly how you should—by eating a lot of pizza. Starting on that date you can get a one topping large pizza with the new stuffed crust for just $12 using the promo code “STUFFED.”

As an added bonus, real Papa John’s fans who have a Papa Rewards Membership can get an exclusive first taste of the stuffed crust from December 21 to December 27, which is yet another reminder that joining fast food chains’ rewards programs is totally worth it. Make signing up for a rewards account at a couple of your fav chains one of your New Year’s resolutions. Trust me.

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