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Zizzi to give away pizza for £1 at new Brindleyplace restaurant

Italian chain set to launch new Brindleyplace eatery - by offering £1 pizzas in aid of Cancer Research

The King Prawn Diavola classic pizza
The King Prawn Diavola classic pizza

Fancy a pizza for just £1?

Then you're in luck!

Italian chain Zizzi has opened a new restaurant in Brindleyplace, Birmingham, on February 26 and to celebrate it will give away pizzas for £1 on Tuesday, March 2.

The money will all go to Stand Up To Cancer, a joint fund-raising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4.

Zizzi is offering any classic pizza, either eat-in or takeaway, for a suggested £1 donation - or more if you’re feeling generous.

Whether guests are seeking added spice with the Fiery Nduja, the classic Pepperoni Campagna or want to indulge in something different with the roasted butternut squash Zucca pizza, it's yours for a pound.

The event runs from 11.30am to 8pm.

The Zucca classic pizza
The Zucca classic pizza

The new Birmingham restaurant is Zizzi’s newest Midlands site.

It's creating 35 jobs and can accommodate large and small parties for indoor and outdoor dining.

Jo Fawcett, marketing director of the chain, said: "Zizzi is proud to support Cancer Research UK and we’re delighted we could celebrate the launch of our newest site with this fantastic event for Stand Up To Cancer.

"The £1 pizza day is a fantastic offer so we’re hoping lots of people from the local area will join us and help raise money for a really brilliant cause."

The Fiery Nduja classic pizza
The Fiery Nduja classic pizza

To get your £1 pizza, you need to download a code here.

Each person must download their own unique code and present this to the waiter at time of ordering for the offer to be accepted. Only one code per person is allowed.

The offer applies only to classic pizzas - choose from the Margherita, Pepperoni Campagna, King Prawn Diavola, Zucca and Fiery Nduja. No extra toppings or substitutions are allowed. Non-gluten alternatives are not available.

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The restaurant will be closed for regular service - no other dishes will be served on that day. The Bambini kids' menu is not available. Drinks will be chargeable with proceeds not going to charity.

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