If you were born on Leap Day, you’re in luck.
Pizza Hut is giving away free pizzas to customers born on Feb. 29.
Anyone who visits a participating Pizza Hut restaurant on Feb. 29 and shows a government-issued photo ID to prove they were born on Leap Day will receive a free, one-topping Personal Pan Pizza for carryout, according to a news release announcing the promotion.
The national restaurant chain will also host a Pizza Party on Feb. 29 in Anthony, Texas, which is known as the “Leap Year Capital of the World.” Since 1988, the town has hosted a birthday festival each Leap Year for people born on Feb. 29.
This year, Pizza Hut plans to offer those at the town’s annual birthday party parade the choice of a free cheese or pepperoni Personal Pan Pizza.
“Pizza Hut has been the site of many, many birthday parties through the years, and since Leaplings only get to celebrate their true birthdays every four years, we wanted to make their day special and help them honor their birthdays in a big way,” said Doug Terfehr, senior director of public relations, Pizza Hut. “To mark the day in an even bigger way, we felt it was only fitting that we bring a pizza party to the Leap Year Capital of the World. We’re excited to spend our extra day in 2016 celebrating the best way we know how: with great-tasting, flavorful Pizza Hut pizza.”
For those not born on Feb. 29, Pizza Hut has a deal for you too. The company points to its $5 Flavor Menu. Pizza Hut said the menu features “a medium one-topping pizza, eight bone-out WingStreet Wings, the Ultimate HERSHEY’S Chocolate Chip Cookie, HERSHEY’S Triple Chocolate Brownie, Tuscani Pasta, a double order of breadsticks or flavor sticks and four 20-oz. Pepsi beverages for just $5 each when ordering two or more.”