Pizza Hut: Book It, Read Books & Earn Pizzas (Ages 5-12)

Update 2/1/24: Available again for 2024.

The Offer

Direct link to offer (for parents) | (homeschool)

  • Pizza Hut’s Book It promotion is available. When kids meet their monthly reading goal they get a free one topping personal pan pizza.

The Fine Print

  • Camp BOOK IT! is available for K-6th grade students (ages 5-12)
  • The summer reading certificates for June, July and August all expire on September 15th.

Our Verdict

Cool way to encourage kids to read.  Obviously you don’t want your kids to eat unhealthy food to often, but this makes a perfect free treat and gets them excited to read at the same time. As always more free food deals can be found by clicking here.

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kimillionaire (@guest_1795234)
February 8, 2024 17:27

This isn’t just for homeschool families.

We offer Camp BOOK IT! to all families from June-August, and our homeschool program to homeschool families October-March. Both programs are available to students in PreK through sixth grade.

John Anders
John Anders (@guest_1794198)
February 7, 2024 07:04

Anyone else having trouble signing in? I set up an account on 2/1. Still can’t get into the account with correct password. “Access DeniedYou don’t have permission to access “” on this server.
Reference #18.d7d7ce17.1707307421.7528ac05″

Ron (@guest_1813282)
March 13, 2024 19:28

same issue.
Did you get this solved ?
Even though they sent the reminder to claim Feb rewards

John Anders
John Anders (@guest_1828518)
April 9, 2024 19:44

No, customer service is trash.

George (@guest_1791608)
February 2, 2024 19:35

This was my JAM in the 90s

Terry (@guest_1790945)
February 1, 2024 21:56

If anyone is wondering, the age range is because the recommended ages to eat Pizza Hut is ages 5-12. Not recommended for those older than 12.

Vengenceonu (@guest_1123216)
January 6, 2021 16:13

Don’t Abuse this. This is for homeschool kids.

Sam F.
Sam F. (@guest_1123283)
January 6, 2021 18:09

It is not just homeschoolers. My kid got certificates from school for the program.

Burton (@guest_1123395)
January 6, 2021 21:48

The program has been in elementary schools for decades but my understanding is recently they opened it up for “connected classrooms, virtual schools, and homeschools.” Agree, don’t abuse this as that will lead them to be less generous or create additional hoops to jump through which only hurts the kids who actually should qualify this.

Matt (@guest_1123393)
January 6, 2021 21:43

No, it’s not (only) for homeschool students. It’s for all students. At least it was for all students during the 90s when I was an elementary school student and Pizza Hut had this same program going. I’m assuming it’s still the same today (though I could be mistaken).

I wonder if my parents still have my Book It certificates and whatnot. They probably do. They keep all of that sort of stuff somewhere at their house. I didn’t even know Pizza Hut still did Book It. Haven’t thought about Book It in 30-some years. How nostalgic! lol

I wonder what other 90s thing is still being offered by fast food restaurants. Does Burger King still offer Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles promotional VHS tapes for its Kids Club members? Lol

Alex (@guest_1790822)
February 1, 2024 19:03

That won’t stop some people on this forum. There were people out there having 20 DoorDash accounts so they can get free dinner to their mom’s basements for 2 weeks.

Jack (@guest_1792566)
February 4, 2024 12:07

Wait, what? How was it free?!?

Eileen (@guest_1004203)
June 25, 2020 19:45

Uhhhhhh I use a mac and clicked on the direct offer link to land on a “drupal install page”. Never seen that before. Is that legit?

Drupall (@guest_1790618)
February 1, 2024 14:38


Just informing
Just informing (@guest_1003958)
June 25, 2020 11:12

I teach my kids plenty of life lessons so technically i’m a “home school”….registered as that. Register up to 5 kids ( I teach my niece and nephew as well) . In account click the rewards and after ensuring your kids have read books in their life slide the bar over to 20. It will confirm you want give them rewards. 5 free pizza codes emailed to me immediately. just informing no need to attack the morality of the situation which you may now be questioning

TB (@guest_1123217)
January 6, 2021 16:13

ieatdogfood here you go, how to abuse and get free pizza

ieatdogfood (@guest_1123245)
January 6, 2021 17:04

1) This was a while ago.
2) I’m on a diet.
3) You really like Pizza Hut don’t you?

ieatdogfood (@guest_1123250)
January 6, 2021 17:07

Oh new promotion and updated thread… Number 2 still applies.

Kafka (@guest_1003915)
June 25, 2020 10:13

It makes me happy that they haven’t changed their logo since the mid-1990s. Please tell me kids still get a pin-on button with shiny glitter stickers for each book.

Peter (@guest_1003931)
June 25, 2020 10:34

Totally agree! I remember doing this when I was elementary school (I’m 37 now)!! The pin-on button was a trophy to me back then!

Matt (@guest_1123491)
January 7, 2021 04:43

Was your pin-on button one of those ‘3D holographic’ buttons? I’m trying to recall of if the Book It buttons were those plastic holographic buttons or metal buttons. We’re about the same age, so yours was probably the same as mine. I vaguely recall it to be plastic holographic (and also textured in a diagonal-line pattern), but I could be mistake.

Next time I visit my parents (after this pandemic), I want to go into the storage boxes and try to find it! I’m sure it’s there somewhere, lol.