National Pizza Week is from Sunday, January 13 to Saturday, January 19.

One of my New Year's Resolutions was to cut back on pizza (and macaroni and cheese, but let's not talk about that). And then I read about National Pizza Week. There are so many deals right now with so many different pizza joints. How can I possibly stay on track?

Even though it's part of Domino's regular deal, I still feel like it's worth mentioning. MSN writes that they are "allowing customers to pick two or more items for $5.99 each, including medium two-topping pizzas, brownies, chicken, sandwiches, stuffed cheese bread an eight-piece chicken dinner and pasta.Wayy more than just pizza, but more is more, right? And don't forget to listen to the Improbable Question every weekday between 8 and 9 am for your chance to win two free large pizzas during the Phil Paleologos Show!

MSN also mentioned Papa Gino's in their list. They are "offering a deal for two or more of its large traditional pizzas with up to five toppings for $10.99 each with this coupon code. The chain is also offering a free small cheese pizza at participating locations when customers join the text club and text PIZZA3 to 40518." Even though the Dartmouth location closed, the Fairhaven, Fall River, Taunton, and Wareham locations remain open for now.

MSN states that Papa John’s is offering "two medium, one-topping pizzas for $6 each on online orders, or 25 percent off regular-priced pizzas. Through January 27, customers can get free 10-inch cheese sticks with any $12 purchase if they use the store’s app." There is a location in Fall River.

The last deal comes from Pizza Hut, who is offering savings on "two or more of the following for $5 each: medium one-topping pizzas, boneless wings, Cinnabon Mini Rolls and other items." There is one on State Road in Dartmouth, as well as inside the Targets in Dartmouth and in Wareham.

And these are just the chain places. I'm sure a few local spots might be offering a deal if they're aware of this made up, but totally appreciated holiday week. Although, I bet I would appreciate it more in February or March when I am sure to give up on my New Year's resolutions entirely. Sorry, not sorry.