BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse

Starting on “Super Sick Monday,” BJ’s is offering no delivery fee and a free Chocolate Chunk Pizookie on orders of $19.95 or more.

BJ’s Restaurants Offering Free Delivery in Honor of 'Super Sick Monday'

Going out the day after The Big Game can really suck—that’s when BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse Delivery comes in. “Super Sick Monday” as it’s being called, has become an unofficial “sick day” for millions impacted by sudden afflictions. Team losses, food comas, and hangover-induced fatigue are the new flu leading to nearly 14 million people calling in sick.

BJ's Restaurants, Inc. is partnering with DoorDash to ensure those too sick to travel to work receive enough sustenance to get them back to work on Tuesday. Starting on “Super Sick Monday,” BJ’s is offering no delivery fee and a free Chocolate Chunk Pizookie (with code: PIZOOKIE) on orders of $19.95 or more. The offer is only available through DoorDash or BJ’s website from Monday, February 4 through Monday, February 11. Head to or the DoorDash mobile app, or or the BJ’s mobile app to redeem offer.

Additionally, BJ’s partnered with advertising agency BBDO San Francisco, on a video showing its ‘Super Sick Monday’ customers just what to do when going out sucks:

"When we heard that 14 million people call in sick the day after the big game, we knew we had to do something to help! By partnering with DoorDash offering free delivery and our iconic free Chocolate Chunk Pizookie we are hoping to resolve those post game blues," says Kevin Mayer, EVP, chief marketing officer of BJ's Restaurants, Inc.

BJ’s Restaurants, Inc. has one of the most extensive menus in the restaurant industry with over 140 menu items including a range of fan favorites such as signature deep dish pizzas, bone-in and boneless wings and slow-roasted favorites like Prime Rib.  BJ’s menu also features new selections on its EnLIGHTened Entrees menu, such as guilt-free Lemon Herb Chicken & Asparagus Zucchini Noodles and Blackened Chicken Zucchini Noodles.

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