We love the food, the drinks, and of course the game, but one of our favorite things about Super Bowl Sunday are the great deals!
For starters, there’s the great discount we’re offering – 20% for everyone who orders on Sunday. If you haven’t already received the special discount link, what are you waiting for? All you have to do to get it is like us on Facebook.
In addition to our game day deal, there are also a ton of merchants at Delivery.com who offer specials for Super Bowl. If you’re planning on hosting a party for the big game at your place, and want to save big on your order, check out some of these special game day offers.
- Hoagies & Wings in Los Angeles, CA: (6751 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles + 10 other locations in CA) If you need wings, this is your place. Get 20, 30, 50 or if you’re really serious, 75. This Los Angeles chain offers boneless wings too.
- Atomic Wings in Brooklyn, NY: (134 Smith St., Brooklyn + 3 more locations in NYC) Two words: waffle fries. You can order a whole tray of them at this New York chain, along with wings, of course.
- Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen in Jersey City, NJ: (578 Newark Ave., Jersey City, NJ) They offer “Football Feasts” for two people, four people or 15 of your closest football fan friends. It comes with pizzas, wings, salads and garlic rolls.
- House of Philly in Washington DC: (2311 NW Calvert St., Washington DC) Perfect for feeding the whole gang, this DC restaurant will deliver six one-topping pizzas and 30 wings for just around $80.
- Athens Pizza in Stamford, CT: (1975 W. Main St., Stamford, CT) You can’t go wrong with pizza, wings and garlic bread. Plus, this Connecticut spot includes soda too!
- Pie Guys Pizzeria in Chicago, IL: (405 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL) This Chicago pizza place will give you six free wings when you order one of their extra-large thin crust specialty pies, like the Chicken Cheddar Bacon Pizza.
- Pazzo Pizzeria in Los Angeles, CA: (11104 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA) Another great pizza, wings and soda combo. We’re not sure who declared that the official menu of Super Bowl, but we’re not complaining.
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