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Super Bowl Food Specials For This Year’s Big Game

Super Bowl Food Specials For This Year’s Big Game
Posted at 11:00 AM, Jan 26, 2022

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The Super Bowl is almost here, and everyone has different reasons for getting hyped up about the game. Some people love seeing their favorite teams compete for the championship title. Others can’t wait to see celebrities perform in the big halftime show. But, we think it’s fair to say that game-day food ranks near the top of the list as all football fans’ most-anticipated part of the event. That’s why we want to help get you ready to feed your football party crowd with the Super Bowl food specials offered this year.

Although a handful of restaurants still haven’t yet announced official specials for the big game, it’s a given that many will take advantage of the opportunity. Here are some of the chains around the country making a big play for customers this year by offering Super Bowl food specials.


7-Eleven stores have a super convenient Super Bowl food special for 2022. Anyone who orders through the chain’s 7NOW delivery app on Sunday, Feb. 13, can receive a free cheese, pepperoni or 7-Meat pizza. The delivery-only offer will be automatically applied at checkout, according to StoreBrands.


Applebee’s Super Bowl food deal is all about boneless wings!  Applebees will give away 20 free boneless wings with any to-go or delivery order of $40 or more. You can order through the restaurant’s website or mobile app. Also, if you opt for delivery, you can score free delivery with the same deal. Just use the “BIGGAME22” promo code at checkout.


In 2021, Arby’s offered a 20% discount (up to $25 off) to any customer who ordered from GrubHub. If they offer this Super Bowl food deal again this year on game day, you can choose from any of your favorite sandwiches, sides, and/or drinks!


Blaze Pizza

The create-your-own pizza restaurant chain has a special carryout deal for Super Bowl Sunday. According to ChewBoom, customers can pick up a large pepperoni pizza for $9.95 or order two large two-topping pizzas and two cheesy bread bundles for just $32. Pizza anyone?

Buffalo Wild Wings

Wings and football go together like peanut butter and jelly. Buffalo Wild Wings has a fun deal for the 2022 game. If the game ends in a tie and goes into overtime, customers can get six free boneless or traditional wings that can be redeemed from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 28. Who says no one wins in a tie game?


Burger King

Burger King encouraged 2021 football fans to order some game-time eats from GrubHub. Anyone who ordered $15 or more got a free Whopper. We’re still waiting to see if the offer a similar deal in 2022.

Chuck E. Cheese

This is a deal that your kids will love. If you order a Family Fun Pack online to bring hone for the big game, your kids get a goody bag with toys, activities, an activity sheet, and 250 e-tickets to use on a future visit to the restaurant. The Family Fun Pack includes two large one-topping pizzas and unicorn churros. This deal is available for pick-up or delivery.

DiGiorno Pizza

While DiGiorno Pizza is not a restaurant, the frozen-pizza maker has a giveaway for anyone who loves a pizza pie. The contest is based on the Super Bowl LVI score: The DiGiorno Pi Score Sweepstakes invites customers to enter online now through Super Bowl Sunday for a chance to win a free pizza if the score of the game has a combination of the numbers in pi (3.14). So, if at any time in the game the score is 14-3, then 1,500 lucky winners will be selected from entries submitted to win a coupon for a free pizza.

As a bonus, there is a chance one lucky winner could win 267 DiGionoro Pizzas. However, that drawing will only happen if any player finishes the game with exactly 314 passing yards, there are more than 3.14 turnovers (so at least 4) in the game, or any scoring drive takes exactly 3 minutes and 14 seconds.


Domino’s has a fantastic offer that isn’t reserved for a Super Bowl food deal, but will make hungry fans happy! The Mix & Match Deal lets you buy two or more food items at a cost of $5.99 for each item. Choose from medium two-topping pizzas, salad, specialty chicken, an oven-baked sandwich, stuffed cheesy bread, bread twists, eight pieces of boneless chicken, pasta in a dish or a marbled cookie brownie. You can also pick up a $19.99 deal which includes two medium one-topping pizzas, 16 parmesan bread bits, eight cinnamon twists, and a 2-liter of Coke.

Domino's pizza and salad


The burger chain decided to celebrate Super Bowl LVI by giving away 56 of its burgers every hour during the big game. To try to score one of the free burgers, you’ll need to tune into the game and keep an eye on Fatburger’s Instagram account.

According to People, every hour during the game Fatburger will release a new promo code in its Instagram Stories. Then, the first 56 customers to redeem the code through online ordering will enjoy a free original Fatburger.

Firehouse Subs

If you’re looking for enough sandwiches to feed a room full of rowdy football fans, Firehouse Subs could have some great Super Bowl food deals. In 2021, the restaurant chain offered 10% off any catering half-platter and triple points on their rewards program on game day. Check their website for updated deals for this year’s game.


It might sound unusual to think of IHOP for a Super Bowl food deal, but they started the tradition back in 2021 with a Game Day Family Feast for to-go orders only.

This year, their feasts are back, and each serves four people. There are four options available on the IHOP website:

  • Breakfast Game Day Feast: Four servings each of scrambled eggs and golden hash browns, eight hickory-smoked bacon strips, eight pork sausage links, and eight fluffy buttermilk pancakes for $24.99.
  • Burger ‘n Chicken Game Day Feast: Choice of four Ultimate Steakburgers, four Buttermilk Crispy Chicken Sandwiches or two Ultimate Steakburgers and 2 Buttermilk Crispy Chicken Sandwiches for $27.99. These are served with a basket of french fries and sides of lettuce, tomato, red onion, pickles and IHOP sauce.
  • Game Day Breakfast Beverage Bundle: Four 16-ounce breakfast beverages for $5.99. Choose from regular or decaf coffee, or for an additional charge, choose orange juice, apple juice, milk or chocolate milk.
  • Game Day Lunch & Dinner Beverage Bundle: Four 30-ounce beverages for $7.99. Choose from fountain drink sodas, lemonade or iced tea.



McDonald’s is getting into the game on Super Bowl Sunday and by teaming up with DoorDash to offer a free 20-piece order of Chicken McNuggets for customers who order at least $15 in McDelivery through the DoorDash website or mobile app. To get the free nuggets, simply enter the promo code KICKOFF during checkout.

Outback Steakhouse

Have a big team to feed for Sunday’s game? Outback Steakhouse has a 56 wings for $56 deal available only on Sunday, Feb. 13. You can get 56 of Outback’s Kookaburra Wings for either pickup or delivery, but only while supplies last.

Panda Express

If you’re craving some Chinese food during the game, Panda Express has two great offers for you. First, you get a $0 delivery fee on Super Bowl Sunday. Then, you can grab a $29 Family meal which includes three large entrées and two large sides.

Panda Express

Red Lobster

Red Lobster might reel you in with their free delivery deal on Super Bowl Sunday. This includes hot and cold platters. And, according to Patch, the restaurant just released a new deal called “3 From the Sea,” which includes a soup or salad, starter, an entrée and Cheddar Bay Biscuits for only $15.99. Check out their specials on their website.


Five new sandwiches from Subway take the field just in time for the big game. According to a Subway press release, the new sandwiches are part of a new promotion called The Vault, an exclusive menu on the Subway app and

And for football fans, Subway is giving some customers a chance to receive an autographed signature sandwich from the NFL’s Trevor Lawrence, Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson at the actual game! Fans who visit The Vault at the Super Bowl Experience Presented by Lowe’s have a chance to enjoy a virtual experience and get the chance the win to special, autographed sandwiches.

But, anyone can order the new sandwiches with a click of a mouse or touch on your smartphone today!


TGI Friday’s

TGI Friday’s has a variety of party platters available to order for pickup, including boneless and traditional wings, appetizer trays, barbecue ribs platters, desserts and much more. This year for the big game, TGI Fridays has no delivery fee on orders from Check out their promotions page on their website for details.

TGI Friday's restaurant sign

How To Watch The Super Bowl Without Cable

Super Bowl LVI will air on NBC on Feb. 13. If you don’t have cable, you can still tune into the Super Bowl. You can stream it on Peacock or the NBC Sports app, for example. But if you want to avoid subscription fees, the original way to watch the Super Bowl remains the most cost-effective and reliable: install an over-the-air digital antenna. Since the game always airs on either CBS, Fox or NBC — three of the major over-the-air broadcast networks — it’s totally free for anyone with a TV and antenna to watch on their local affiliate.

If you’ve already got your over-the-air antenna set up and your local NBC affiliate is already scanned into your channel lineup, simply flip to that station on the day of the game and enjoy the coverage from start to finish, fee-free, including NBC’s pre- and post-game shows, all the commercials and the halftime show.


If you don’t have an over-the-air antenna, check out this guide on finding the best one for your needs, then install it and run a scan for channels on your TV. Your local NBC affiliate should be among the ones you receive and that’s where you’ll want to flip on game day.

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