To celebrate Valentine’s Day and spread some love to its guests, California Pizza Kitchen is bringing back its heart-shaped pizzas and “Sweet Deal for Two” promotion as well as an exclusive sweepstakes that guests are sure to love.
From February 10-14, CPK’s Valentine’s Day specials include the return of its popular heart-shaped pizzas, the “Sweet Deal for Two,” a $35 prix fixe menu from which guests can choose one appetizer, two entrees, and one dessert, and three new “Sweet Deal Packages” for takeout orders. In addition, for every glass or bottle of Colby Red Blend wine sold, a donation will be made to the Children’s Heart Association in CPK’s name.
This year, all existing and new CPK Rewards members who sign up now through 2/14 will be automatically entered to win a romantic “Stay-At-Home Wine Basket for Two,” just in time for Valentine’s Day. Five winners will be selected and announced on February 15. The “Stay-At-Home Wine Basket for Two” will include:
- 3 Bottles of wine (Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz, Zinfandel)
- A wine key
- $150 CPK gift card
- $25 Netflix gift card
- jcoco Chocolates
- Thank you letter from Colby and Daryl of Colby Red
CPK will also be offering additional promotions and discounts for Valentine’s Day, including:
- “Pizza Valentine” eGift Card, available for purchase online from January 26 - February 14
- Special discounts on wine for the prix fixe menu and to-go
- A special Valentine’s Day BOGO - as an extra thank you to guests who enjoy the in-restaurant prix fixe menu or any of the to-go “Sweet Deal Packages”
“Valentine’s Day has been one of CPK’s favorite holiday traditions. Especially this year, we want to share extra love and joy with our guests, whether they’re choosing to dine with us safely in our restaurants or at home,” says Ashley Ceraolo, Senior Vice President of Marketing. “Despite the unusual time, we want to encourage everyone to celebrate loved ones - whether that’s a spouse or partner, children, parents, roommates or friends.”
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