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Free Pagliacci Pizza Slice for Registered Washington Voters

Hometown pizza fave offers free-slice coupons to registered voters

Nancy Chaney

Published on: October 20, 2020

Free Pagliacci Pizza slices
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:

  1. 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).
  2. If you're already registered, or once you register, verify your registration by entering your name and date of birth at VoteWA.
  3. Take a screenshot of your registration info on the VoteWA site and email it to 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.

Vote cupcakes

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.

Cupcake Royale VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! cupcakes offer from Pagliacci
"VOTE VOTE VOTE" cupcakes from Cupcake Royale. Order a Pagliacci pie on Nov. 2 to get them.

Hometown pizza

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."

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