Major chains Domino's and Pizza Hut have taken the fast food wars to another level, vowing to give away a total of 110,000 free pizzas this month.
Pizza Hut started this madness, announcing its Golden Giveaway earlier this week to celebrate 50 years operating in Australia.
"Over five days we will be giving away 50,000 free pizza coupons… 10,000 for each decade!" read its promotional material.
But just the next day, an unwelcome visitor crashed the birthday party.
Domino's upstaged its rival with its own "120K giveaway", starting one day earlier and handing out 10,000 more pizzas.
"Just when you thought there wasn’t a lot of good news being shared in 2020, we are pleased to announce our 120K pizza and charity giveaway consisting of 60,000 FREE pizzas for customers, and $60,000 donated to charity," read the company's Facebook page.
God help us and our waistlines.
How to score a free Pizza Hut pizza
If you want to score a free large Pizza Hut pizza, visit the restaurant's website between 4pm and 6pm AEST each day from Monday to Friday inclusive.
The first 10,000 people to enter in their name and email address will be sent a voucher code for a $0 pizza, which expires August 31.
The large pan-base freebie can be claimed as a Szuper Supreme, BBQ Meatlovers, Pepperoni Lovers, Hawaiian or Cheese Lovers.
How to score a free Domino's pizza
If you want to score a free Domino's pizza, visit the company's Facebook page at 11am AEST each day from Sunday to Friday inclusive.
The first 10,000 people to enter in their name, email and their choice of charity will receive a promo code for one $0 pizza, and $1 donated to the charity.
Customers can choose between Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience, Australian Red Cross, Foodbank Victoria or the White Cloud Foundation as the non-profit organisation to benefit.