The Big game happens this Sunday!
Order your food in advance. If you are ordering from Costco or another grocery store for plates do that at least 2 days in advance. If you are getting food day of like pizza or wings or better yet both, do that at least 3 hours before you want it on a plate in front of you.
As one of Super Bowl LIII’s official sponsors, this pizza chain is dishing up a fewdeals. It also changed its name in honor of the big game on Tuesday. Customers can order a bunch of dishes from medium pizzas to boneless wings and desserts from the $5 lineup, as long as they order two or more. Large, two-topping pizzas are also just $8 if purchased online.
Now through Feb. 28, Pizza Hut patrons who order online will also get a coupon for 20 percent off NFL gear.
Similar to Pizza Hut’s Lineup, Domino’s offers a Mix & Match Deal: $6 each for a myriad of items from wings, salads, pastas, breads, brownies and, of course, pizzas when people purchase two or more. They also have a combo deal for $20, which includes bread to start, pizza, dessert and soda.
BUFFALO WILD WINGS
This is the place to get wings during the Super Bowl. In addition to serving $5 select pitchers of beer (yes, pitchers not pints) Friday through Sunday, until Feb. 17, this TV-happy sports bar has promised to give away free wings at all restaurants nationwide on Feb. 18. But only if the game goes into overtime.
Papa John’s has five different Super Bowl deals catered to help party hosts. The packages range from the $43 “Game Day” (five large one-topping pizzas) to the $70 “Fan Feast” (five large one-topping pizzas, three bread sides and three desserts). Folks can also add the “Thirst and goal,” which includes four large sodas for $8.
This national pizza chain will be offering two wood-fired pepperoni pizzas for $10, but they do have to be ordered online.