Pagliacci's pepperoni pizza
I say it all the time — and they don't pay me to do it — but I love Pagliacci Pizza. Pagliacci periodically offers free slices for promotions and new store openings, and I always appreciate the chance to share these deals with you and your hungry kids!
This time, the free pizza slice is just for you, adults, though I suppose you could share. In order to encourage voter registration and get out the vote in Washington, our hometown pizza fave is offering a coupon for a free slice to registered Washington voters.
Here's how to get your slice:
- Register to vote by following the instructions at this website — register online by Monday, Oct. 26, or in person before 8 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3 (but seriously, do not wait until the last minute).
- If you're already registered, or once you register, verify your registration by entering your name and date of birth at VoteWA.
- Take a screenshot of your registration info on the VoteWA site and email it to email@example.com. Be sure to do this no later than 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Pagliacci will then send you a free slice card, redeemable at any Pagliacci outlet that offers slices (excluding University of Washington campus locations). Find Pagliacci locations here.
For an extra-special treat, order a whole Pagliacci pie on Monday, Nov. 2, the day before Election Day, and receive two "VOTE VOTE VOTE" cupcakes from Cupcake Royale. It's a while-supplies-last offer, so get your order in early if you want the cupcakes.
Founded in 1979, Pagliacci Pizza is a local favorite, with many of its 24 Seattle- and Eastside-area outlets serving slices that make for a quick and easy dinner for families on the way to dance class or soccer practice.
Over the years, Pagliacci Pizza has been voted a Seattle favorite in many polls, including ParentMap's Readers' Choice Awards.
One tip I always add for newcomers: It's pronounced "paul - ee - AH - chee" — the "g" is silent because it's an Italian word. "Pagliacci" means "clowns."